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Kamehameha’s Tatum Moku is the state track and field meet’s rock star

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                                Kamehameha’s won the girls pole vault with a record 13 feet, 1 inch.

    ANDREW LEE / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

    Kamehameha’s won the girls pole vault with a record 13 feet, 1 inch.

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                                Kamehameha’s Tatum Moku won the long jump with a mark of 18 feet.

    ANDREW LEE / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

    Kamehameha’s Tatum Moku won the long jump with a mark of 18 feet.

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                                Kamehameha’s Tatum Moku celebrates after winning the girls 100 hurdles.

    ANDREW LEE / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

    Kamehameha’s Tatum Moku celebrates after winning the girls 100 hurdles.

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                                Punahou’s Isabella Ford celebrates after winning the girls 1,500.

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    Punahou’s Isabella Ford celebrates after winning the girls 1,500.

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                                St. Andrew’s Olivia Reed edges out Konawaena’s Caiya Hanks and Mililani’s Elle Rimando to win the girls 100.

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    St. Andrew’s Olivia Reed edges out Konawaena’s Caiya Hanks and Mililani’s Elle Rimando to win the girls 100.

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