HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS
Mililani, Punahou win swim titles
Mililani broke a record and won a pair of championships at the OIA swimming and diving championship last night.
The Trojans' boys team scored 249 points to beat runner-up Kaiser for the OIA title, and were helped along by their 200 medley relay team, which broke the league record with a time of 1:41.92. Mililani's girls scored 255 points to beat second-place Pearl City.
Kalani senior Thomas Yi broke the OIA record in the 100 backstroke with a time of 56.2 seconds, but his team came in fifth.
Mililani dominated the relays and got winning performances from Kelcie Kimura in the 200 freestyle, Kiana White in the 100 breaststroke and Kent Yamada in the 100 breaststroke.
Punahou sweeps ILH
Punahou swept both the swimming and diving titles in the ILH championships yesterday, with the Buffanblu boys winning by 52 points and the girls taking their crown by 72.
The Buffanblu got individual championships from Brett Gomes in the 50 and 100 freestyle, Mitchell Chong in the 100 backstroke, Chelaine Eliazar in the 1-meter diving, Rachel Cote in the 200 individual medley, Stephanie Chun in the 200 freestyle, Michelle Yamamoto in the 100 butterfly, Michelle Yoshida in the 50 and 100 freestyle and Chrisel Simms in the 500 freestyle and 100 backstroke.
Kaiser boys take OIA East
The Kaiser boys wrestling team won the OIA Eastern Division wrestling tournament in easy fashion last night at Farrington High School.
Kaiser had eight individual champions and scored 213 points. Kahuku was in second with 130, followed by Farrington with 98.5.
Kahuku girls win easily
Kahuku's girls wrestling team took first place in seven weight classes to outscore second-place Farrington 143-69 in the OIA Eastern Division Championships. Kalaheo finished in third place with 50 points.
Pearl City picks up West
Pearl City won the boys crown in the west, barely beating Campbell 157-144.5
The Chargers got titles from Bill Takauchi (119 pounds) Christian Pavo (160) and Tyler Lauifi (285).
Charger girls toughest
Pearl City's girls won their division with 105 points, beating second-place Kapolei, which scored 91. Radford came in third with 84.
The Chargers got titles from Jada Antoliin (125) and Lacey Vadnemark (155).