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Storylines abound in the state boys meet

  • PAUL HONDA / PHONDA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Three members of the Crusaders’ winning 4x100-meter relay team posed Monday at Saint Louis. They are, from left, Yosei Takahashi, Kanoa Monteilh and Vu Nguyen. The fourth member of the team that won the title at Saturday’s state meet, Trech Kekahuna, was at another appointment.

    PAUL HONDA / PHONDA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Three members of the Crusaders’ winning 4x100-meter relay team posed Monday at Saint Louis. They are, from left, Yosei Takahashi, Kanoa Monteilh and Vu Nguyen. The fourth member of the team that won the title at Saturday’s state meet, Trech Kekahuna, was at another appointment.

  • ANDREW LEE / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER 
                                Kapolei’s Jordan McQueen was the meet’s only three-event winner.

    ANDREW LEE / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER

    Kapolei’s Jordan McQueen was the meet’s only three-event winner.

  • COURTESY DARREN CAMELLO
                                Kapolei’s winning 4x400-meter relay team consisted of, from left, Josiah del Prado, Jordan McQueen, Kunique Yandall-Parker and Jason Kealoha.

    COURTESY DARREN CAMELLO

    Kapolei’s winning 4x400-meter relay team consisted of, from left, Josiah del Prado, Jordan McQueen, Kunique Yandall-Parker and Jason Kealoha.

Punahou has always had a top-level boys track and field program, so the Buffanblu didn’t really need starting quarterback John-Keawe Sagapolutele to come out this year and contribute. He wound up overpowering his competition. Read more

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