CLEMENT D. PAI'AINA REGATTA
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Lanikai Canoe Club's senior men's crew powered its way to a win during the Clement D. Pai'aina Regatta at Keehi Lagoon yesterday. From left to right are John Foti, Karel Tresnak, Aaron Creps, Jack Roney, Ryan Dolan and Patrick Dolan.
Lanikai’s still got the stroke
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Lanikai, the two-time defending champion of the Oahu Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association, hasn't lost a step - or stroke - over the competition in 2008.
By taking 12 of 39 events at yesterday's Clement D. Pai'aina Regatta at Keehi Lagoon, Lanikai was never threatened in stockpiling a winning score of 108 to kick off the OHCRA season.
New coach Tom Conner was cautious going in, and was still reserved after a huge win over runner-up Kailua (76 points) in the AAA division.
"You always want to see how each crew stands in relation to your competition," he said. "You don't know. You try to balance, you don't want to put all your eggs in one basket. We want to spread it out as best as we can. The point is to put just enough (talent) in (each race) to win or come close to winning."
Hui Lanakila took the AA (middle-size) division with 34 points, while Anuenue captured the A class with nine points.
Kaneohe won the AAA division with 67 points in the Manu O Ke Kai Regatta at Haleiwa Beach, Hui Wa'a's second race of the season. Koa Kai placed second with 55 points.
The Waikiki Beach Boys (42 points) won the AA division, and Kumulokahi Elks (11) took the A division.
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Kailua Canoe Club's women's senior crew won the 1.5-mile event at the Clement D. Pai'aina Regatta at Keehi Lagoon yesterday.
Lanikai takes OHCRA opener
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Winning is great, but far from everything when compared to 100 years of history and tradition.
A third-place tie yesterday for Hui Nalu in the first Oahu Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association regatta of the season couldn't dull the renewed morale of the century-old club.
Two-time defending OHCRA champion Lanikai cruised to win the Clement D. Pai'aina Regatta at Keehi Lagoon with 108 points in the AAA (largest) division, while Kailua followed with 76 and Hui Nalu and Outrigger tied at 53.
Some of the biggest celebrations of the day took place in Hui Nalu's tent, where a three-day, 19-leg canoe journey around Oahu ending last Monday was fresh in the minds of the club's members, young and old alike.
"I think that event really helped to solidify and bring the club together. It's a real nice starting point to the season," Hui Nalu coach Jerry Yoshida said. "A very good bonding experience."
Master navigator Nainoa Thompson, a 36-year veteran of Hui Nalu, attributed the club's renewed cohesion and morale to the memories evoked by the odyssey, in which a prominent club member of the past was honored in each leg of the trip.
His father, Myron "Pinky" Thompson, who died in 2001, was honored in the final leg from Waikiki to Maunalua Bay.
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Nainoa Thompson of Hui Nalu spoke to crew members at yesterday's regatta. Hui Nalu, which is celebrating its centennial anniversary this OHCRA season, tied for third.
"It was truly geared for our mentors and teachers and our heroes of the past," said the 55-year-old Thompson said before steering Hui Nalu's men masters 40 team. "A lot of it's because the around Oahu paddle was based on values first. It had nothing to do with competition, nothing to do with speed. I think that's what the club is supposed to be about initially. They need to come from that place of unity, that place of family and ohana."
His older sister, Lita Blankenfeld, paddled the last leg of that trip in honor of her father. She manned the 1 position for Hui Nalu's winning women golden masters team yesterday, which edged Lanikai by 21 hundredths of a second.
"It's always nice to win, but that's not all there is to it," said Blankenfeld, a 44-year member (since she was 14). "It's much more about the camaraderie, the learning, and being together."
Hui Lanakila took the AA (middle-size) division with 34 points, followed by Leeward Kai at 21. Anuenue captured the A (smallest) class with nine points over seven races, beating the six points of Kai Oni Canoe Club.
Veteran steersman Tom Conner, meanwhile, found himself in charge of guiding highly successful Lanikai - not from his usual position at the back of a canoe, but from Lanikai's tent on the lagoon beach in his first regatta as the club's new head coach.
He coached once, with Outrigger, 30 years ago and came away with a bad taste in his mouth. The pressure was no less for a club that swept all seven OHCRA regattas last year, but Conner was able to keep all 39 crews focused.
"It's a lot of hard work," he said with a tired grin. "I'm more wrecked physically from going through a week, preparing a whole club for one Sunday, than I would be showing up a half-hour before my race, paddling for 10 minutes, and going home."
Is he ready for a whole summer?
"I have to be," he said. "I have to be."
That didn't stop the active Conner from taking the reins and steering Lanikai to victory in the mixed masters 40.
Other major wins were by Kailua in the women seniors with a 10-second win over Lanikai, and Lanikai in the men seniors with a huge 26-second margin over Hui Lanakila. Neither winning club had much success in those events last year.
"It's always the race you look forward to, it's the cream of the crop," Lanikai steersman James Foti said.
Kailua hadn't won that event all of last year, said club steersperson and president Car Ornellas.
"A great start to the season, it really was," said Ornellas, who referred to herself and 1 stroker Cynthia Razga at the other end of the canoe as "the day-old biscuits with the honey in the middle."
Clement Paiaina Regatta
At Keehi Lagoon
AAA-1. Lanikai 108; 2. Kailua 76; 3. (tie) Hui Nalu , Outrigger 53; 5. Keahiakahoe 21; 6. Healani 17; 7. New Hope 5.
AA-1. Hui Lanakila 34; 2. Leeward Kai 21; 3. honolulu Pearl Canoe Club 11; 4. Waimanalo 8; 5. Waikiki Surf Club 5.
A-1. Anuenue 9; 2. Kai Oni Canoe Club 6; 3. (tie) Keola O Ke Kai, Pu'uloa Outrigger 1.
Special race-1. Pu'uloa Outrigger (Matthew Burden, Ryan Enos-Santiago, Navarone Ortiz, Kayla Ortiz, Erik Wessel, Liwai Ahsing), 2:54.57; 2. Keola O Ke Kai 3:05.45; 3. Leeward Kai 3:05.45.
Girls 12-1. Lanikai (Liana Mayer, Sierra Smith, Grace Kelliher, Emily Hamocon, Heather Foti, Sawyer Henshaw), 2:27.11; 2. Kailua 2:33.95; 3. Hui Nalu 2:35.08.
Boys 12-1. Hui Nalu (Casey Kumashiro, Alexander Look, Noel Todd, Wataru Sugahara, Noa Mizuno, Jace Makana Darval-Chang), 2:15.77; 2. Waimanalo 2:20.55; 3. Leeward Kai 2:28.56.
Mixed boys and girls 12-1. Lanikai (Gigi Abcarian, Jane Zinsius, Jeremy Brouard, Katie Stewart, Christian Isham Jr., Christopher Quinn), 2:37.70; 2. Leeward Kai 2:38.90; 3. Hui Nalu 2:46.05.
Girls 13-1. Outrigger (Allie Whiting, Lea Dimarchi, Julia Ruggieri, Kahala Schneider, Madison Pelayo; Lauren Ashford), 2:21.75; 2. Kailua 2:23.42; 3. Kai Oni Canoe Club 2:25.69.
Boys 13-1. Lanikai (Cole Caster, Aaron Madden, Walker Smith, Stavros Bessonoff, Benjamin Scholfield, Jonathan Weitz), 2:06.15; 2. Keahiakahoe 2:07.91; 3. Kailua 2:08.89.
Girls 14-1. Leeward Kai (Keisha Bacos, Clairmentina Kahookele, Sweetheart Kahananui, Chelsea Souza, Ka'ena Kaaihue, Zhyvanna Perry), 2:23.31; 2. Kailua 2:24.09; 3. Lanikai 2:25.11.
Boys 14-1. Lanikai (Wil Braden, Joey Kiser, Matthew Mench, Derek Ruebenstahl, Cheyne Mench, Alex Cheung), 1:54.42; 2. Leeward Kai 1:58.61; 3. Kailua 2:00.67.
Women novice B-1. Honolulu Pearl Canoe Club (Mary Selvidge, Susanne Fernald, Amy Werner, Langdon Williams, Un Owen, Tracee Tsui), 2:12.03; 2. Lanikai 2:22.32; 3. Kailua 2:24.73.
Mixed novice B-1. Honolulu Pearl Canoe Club (Karen Hayes, Kurt Kaleikini, Jeremy Owen, Josephine Sarsona, Julia Davies), 2:04.32; 2. Lanikai 2:07.43; 3. Healani 2:13.41.
Men novice B-1. Hui Lanakila (Van Hiyakumoto, Jason Arnold, Daniel Toro, Larz Stewart, Carlo De Menezes, Miguel Diez), 3:56.53; 2. Healani 3:59.32; 3. Lanikai 3:59.91.
Girls 15-1. Hui Nalu (Francesca Diaz, Kathryn Lau, Kayla Mahiko, Kiana Otsuka, Emily Niederhauser, Cydnie Mookini-Oliveira), 4:44.10; 2. Kai Oni Canoe Club 4:47.35; 3. Leeward Kai 4:48.16.
Boys 15-1. Leeward Kai (Deron Brwon, Dayne Van Gieson, Daniel Rzonca, Kekoa Kau, Jared Ku, Kainoa Phipotts), 3:59.62; 2. Hui Nalu 4:03.35; 3. Lanikai 4:04.60.
Girls 16 and under-1. Kailua (Shelbey Singlehurst, Kara Sheldon, Brittany Leandro, Victoria Morgado, Tyler-Ann Carvalho-Gomes, Katherine Amberg-Johnson), 4:31.13; 2. Keahiakahoe 4:39.81; 3. Lanikai 4:45.36.
Boys 16 and under-1. Outrigger (Zak Barry, James Field, Riley Sieverts, Benjamin Beck, Nion Nichols, Jon Hunter), 3:59.26; 2. Lanikai 4:02.02; 3. Kailua 4:07.33.
Girls 18 and under-1. Waikiki Surf Club (Chelsea Agas, Elizabeth Leong, Samantha Leong, Anna Koethe, Francesca Koethe, Camille Schiff), 4:43.00; 2. Hui Nalu 4:47.92; 3. Kailua 4:50.16.
Boys 18 and under-1. Lanikai (Connor Dowsett, Roarke Clinton, Jack Roney, Beau Moody, Connor Carry, Ryan Dolan) 7:30.26; 2. Hui Nalu 7:56.93; 3. Keahiakahoe 8:02.17.
Women novice A-1. Lanikai (Lisa Bennett, Nani Daniels, Megan Himmer, Casey Cheney-O'Byrne, Carissa Medeiros, Stacey Olson), 4:29.97; 2. Kailua 4:37.21; 3. New Hope 4:38.10.
Men novice A-1. Lanikai (Quinn Barber, Adam Jenkins, Sean Kettley David Pojar, Brent Johnston, Jesse Hampton), 7:35.03; 2. Outrigger 7:53.84; 3. Hui Nalu 7:57.71.
Women freshmen-1. Hui Lanakila (Kaui Martinez, Kelsi Campos, Crissy Taylor, Leahi Frias, Catia Garell, Lori Nakamura), 8:34.12; 2. Kailua 8:42.82; 3. Lanikai 8:56.86.
Men freshmen-1. Hui Lanakila (Makena Fernandez, Bryan Mack, Kaleo Cambra, Keone Joao, Alexander Tiedemann, Gavin Hanoa), 7:16.90; 2. Lanikai 7:17.69; 3. Healani 7:32.84.
Sophomore women-1. Hui Lanakila (Jessica Eames, Michelle Bradley, Arlene Holzman, Jamie Kinard, Sian West-Morris, Sarah Vandevanter), 8:13.31; 2. Lanikai 8:37.44; 3. Outrigger 8:46.48.
Sophomore men-1. Kailua (Cana Day, Chris Tseu, Heath Hemmings, Benjamin Lindsey, Donovan Leandro, Nicholas Ho), 8:50.37; 2. Lanikai 7:15.06; 3. Hui Lanakila 7:20.89.
Women junior-1. Hui Lanakila (Deborah Rosenblum, Shannon Van Gieson, Allison Sokei, Lisa Martin, Ilima Kim, Sian West-Morris), 8:50.37; 2. Outrigger 9:03.05; 3. Hui Nalu 9:09.44.
Men junior-1. Lanikai (Nahina Leeloy, Justin Akana, James Bustamante, Herb Nahinu, Carlton Helm, Scott Freitas) 7:37.75; 2. Outrigger 7:56.37; 3. Healani 8:01.52.
Women senior-1. Kailua (Tayte Brock, Cynthia Razga, Susan Maher, Heather Gonsalves, Sonia Garcia, Carleen Ornellas) 13:18.92; 2. Lanikai 13:28.45; 3. Outrigger 13:35.43.
Men senior-1. Lanikai (Jim Foti, Karel Tresnakk, Aaron Creps, Patrick Dolan, Ryan Dolan Jack Roney), 10:54.95; 2. Hui Lanakila 11:20.93; 3. Kailua 11:24.63.
Women masters-1. Kailua (Yvone Keahi, Haunani Olds, Sarah Jane Watson, Adrienne Wilson-Yamasaki, Mary Martin, Shellene Gilman), 4:54.18; 2. Hui Nalu 4:58.55; 3. Outrigger 5:08.92.
Men masters-1. Outrigger (Tay Perry, Ronald Hochuli, Glenn Perry, William Johnson, Michael Clifford, Barto Watson), 4:02.69; 2. Lanikai 4:09.52; 3. Keahiakahoe 4:12.62.
Women golden masters-1. Hui Nalu (Laola Aae, Lita Blankenfeld, Mary Fern, Lurline Mcgregor, Dayna Owskey, Diane Warncke), 4:40.00; 2. Lanikai 4:40.21; 3. Kailua 4:51.23.
Men golden masters-1. Outrigger (James Kincaid, William Mowat, Chris Crabb, Bill Bright, Mark Buck, Ken Bailey), 3:57.82; 2. Waimanalo 4:01.47; 3. Hui Nalu 4:02.24.
Senior women masters-1. Kailua (Katherine Erwin, Lois Wise, Carleen Ornellas, Amy Crews, Vivian Griffin, Donna Meyer), 4:27.46; 2. Outrigger 4:36.64; 3. Lanikai 4:39.89.
Senior men masters-1. Kailua (Corbett Kalama, Paul Hewlett, Benny Quitevis, Walter Hamasaki, Stephen Holbrook, Byle Warinner), 3:50.75; 2. Outrigger 4:01.35; 3. Hui Nalu 4:03.68.
Women masters-1. Hui Nalu (Catherine Fuller, Terry Malterre, Pono Tuinei, Brenda Dunham, Denise Darval-Chang, Lorey Bode), 8:47.32; 2. Kailua 8:50.04; 3. Lanikai 8:55.57.
Men masters-1. Lanikai (Mark Miller David Smith, Michael Hall, Jim Foti, THomas Cavaco, Peter Abcarian), 7:20.35; 2. Outrigger 7:23.84; 3. Kailua 7:38.51.
Women open four-1. Lanikai (Marianne Cooper, Kris Krendel, Tanya Hall, Mandy Startup), 5:02.52; 2. Hui Lanakila 5:07.76; 3. New Hope 5:12.69.
Men open four-1. Keahiakahoe (Kamuela Lau, Sean Kaawa, Adam Treinen-Aea, Tyson Rodrigues), 3:58.04; Kailua 3:59.31; 2. Kailua 3:9.31; 3. Outrigger 4:07.89.
Mixed masters 55-1. Keahiakahoe (Bernadine Campbell, Keith Kaleo Vinson Gerona, Shari Leohone Magno, Marian Crocco, Samuel Magno), 4:32.29; 2. Hui Nalu 4:42.03; 3. Lanikai 4:49.93.
Mixed masters 40-1. Lanikai (Dana Miller, Madeline Murphy-Lopez, Kelly Smith, Thomas Conner, Kalani Irvine, Michael Smith), 4:06.13; 2. Anuenue 4:17.33; 3. Kailua 4:19.25.
Mixed men and women-1. Anuenue (Nicole Fechtig, Lisa Kanae, Lily Matsubara, David Napoleon, Jesse Cracknell, Douglas Nakoa), 4:10.27; 2. Kailua 4:13.15; 3. Outrigger 4:14.98.
Manu O Ke Kai Regatta
AAA-1. Kaneohe 67; 2. Koa Kai 55; 3. Manu O Ke Kai 54.
AA-1. Waikiki Beach Boys 42; 2. Lokahi 39; 3. Na Keiki O Ka Moi 31.
A-1. Kumulokahi Elks 11; 2. Ka Mamalahoe 9; 3. (tie) Kalihi Kai, I Mua 8.
Specials-1. Kai Poha (Kaio Fong, John Garidan II, Donald Bator, Lola Ito, Kehanu Quinata, Tesia-Irene Ahai), 2:20.5; 2. Kamehameha 2:41.1; 3. North Shore 2:50.9.
Girls 12-1. Kumulokahi-Elks (Kaylynn Palama, Justyce Pascua, Brandi Pascua, Michelle Corpuz, Lianna Khounsourath, Maluhia Moses), 2:36.2; 2. Kaneohe 2:36.4; 3. Kalihi-Kai 2:46.7.
Boys 12-1. Na Keiki O Ka Mo'i (Kealii Kaanapu, Elijah Landford, Blak Kauhane-Kaaekuahiwi, Keanu Santana, Kekoa Kahalewai-Ke, Nainoa Opunui), 2:24.2; 2. Kaneohe 2:28.1; 3. Kalihi-Kai 2:29.9.
Girls 13-Kaneohe (Ashley Soderberg, Joshell Lilio, Tawnie Skaggs, Tarita Keohokalole-Look, Sierra Hartmann-Geiger, Kahealani Anderson), 2:24.9; 2. Kumulokahi-Elks 2:34.4; 3. Koa Kai 2:40.1.
Boys 13-1. Kaneohe (Ezekiel Marshall, Kristopher Harvest-Teixeira, Swayze Kaaihue, David Russo, Kodey Saizon, Russ Kimokeo), 2:10.4; 2. 'Alapa Hoe 2:18.3; 3. Koa Kai 2:23.8.
Girls 14-1. Koa Kai (Kalena Snow, Kawehi Lum, Reyanne Ramones, Gasandria Perdido, Krista Lizardi, Emma Fujimoto), 2:22.0; 2. Kumulokahi-Elks 2:23.4; 3. 'Alapa Hoe 2:24.8.
Boys 14-1. Kaneohe (Nainoa De Fiesta, Alan Goodhue-Souza, James McCumber, Johnavyn Lee, Ezekiel Marshall, Kodey Saizon), 2:05.1; 2. 'Alapa Hoe 2:12.5; 3. Koa Kai 2:21.1.
Mixed boys and girls 12-1. 'Alapa Hoe (Trinity-Josiah Bajarin, Britni Abrigo, Natasha King, Barabara Mateo, Ryan Sanford, Titus Lafradez), 2:35.9; 2. Kaneohe 2:40.5; 3. Manu O Ke Kai 3:03.3.
Mixed Novice B-Kaneohe (Rachel Ludman, Marlireen Aquino, Cameron Hacoba, Corey Lau, Charles Skaggs, Carrie Brooks), 2:04.0; 2. Waikiki Beach Boys, 2:17.4; 3. Lokahi 2:22.7.
Women novice B-Waikiki Beach Boys (Michelle Abraminko, Courtney Lindburg, Tara Lampson, Annette Porter Joan Bennet, Kathryn Stanaway), 2:19.7; 2. Na Keiki O Ka Mo'i 2:25.6; 3. I Mua 2:28.7.
Women golden masters 55-1. Kai Poha (Fail Ahina, Jenerl H. Uehara, Bridget Ruane, Deborah Zoller, Sharon Kalilikane, Margaret Lee), 5:01.1; 2. Manu O Ke Kai 5:01.9; 3. North Shore 5:16.0.
Men golden masters 55-1. Koa Kai (Daniel Gagich, Bill King, Jeffery Tario, Paul Kim, James Sequin, Richard Chow), 4:08.6; 2. Lokahi (), 4:12.1; 3. Ka Mamalahoe (), 4:17.6.
Women masters 60-1. Lokahi (Caryll Fagan, Darrah Lau-Anderson, Christine Urban, Ann Tam Sing, Barbara Keenan, Meredith Miller), 5:33.5; 2. Na Keiki O Ka Mo'i 5:46.4; 3. Koa Kai 5:50.8.
Men masters 60-1. Manu O Ke Kai (Manuel Realin, Forrest Furman, James Peerson, Rick John, Hallard Scallon, Randolph Sanborn), 4:23.9; 2. Lokahi 4:46.0; 3. Kaneohe 4:48.9.
Senior women masters 50-1. North Shore (Folly Murdock, Isabelle Yao, Jeanne Dilcher, Barbara Fisher, Jennifer Smith, Donna Moore), 4:45.7; 2. Kaneohe 5:06.9; 3. Ka Mamalahoe 5:07.7.
Mixed masters 55-1. Koa Kai (Daniel Gagich, Judy Toyofuku, Bill King, Linda Nishimura, Patricia Dupuis, Paul Kim), 4:28.7; 2. Na Keiki O Ka Mo'i 4:45.6; 3. Manu O ke Kai 4:49.8.
Senior men masters 50-1. Koa Kai (Benjamin Ancheta, William Waters, Ronnie Secritario, Joe Kim, Arthur Smith, Paul Amoy), 4:04.8; 2. Lokahi 4:08.6; 3. Ka Mamalahoe 4:21.2.
Mixed Platinum 60-1. Manu O Ke Kai (James Peerson Sundra Ornellas Peggy Cutting, marilyn Schoenke, Hallard Scallon, Randolph Sanborn), 4:53.9; 2. Lokahi 5:43.6.
Senior mixed masters 45-1. Koa Kai (Ronnie Secritario, Arthur Smith, Joe Kim, Arthurnette Smith, Dianne Harrison, Iris Ishii), 4:33.8; 2. Kamehameha 4:36.5; 3. North Shore 4:37.0.
Men novice B-1. I Mua (Joseph Kennedy, Jesus Benitez, Corey Zablan, Joseph Feind, Arron Harris, Kevin Phillips), 4:13.0; 2. 'Alapa Hoe 4:20.9; 3. Lokahi 4:25.1.
Girls 15-1. 'Alapa Hoe (Terrie Jean Ohelo, Alexis Gaui, Markie Belmodis, Carlie Belmodis, Visa Nason, Ariel Mateo), 5:02.5; 2. Koa Kai 5:18.1; 3. Kumulokahi-Elks 5:19.1.
Boys 15-1. Koa Kai (Kyle Tsuda, leland Akau Jr., James Pentz, Galen Chee, Jordan Kurokawa, Jonathan Yoshikawa), 4:26.9; 2. 'Alapa Hoe 4:31.0; 3. Manu O Ke Kai 4:40.5.
Girls 16 and under-1. Kaneohe (Aulani Saizon, Kapualeialoh Neumann, Kree Espinda, dayna Lau, Heidi Nabua, Kahealani Anderson), 5:05.3; 2. Manu O Ke Kai 5:11.3; 3. 'Alapa Hoe 5:13.7.
Boys 16 and under-1. Kai Poha (Dayton Kaauamo Jr., Donovan Orial, Chad Bator, Kehanu Wuinata, Ian Church, Joshua Poelzing-Dzurik), 4:14.2; 2. Koa Kai 4:17.6; 3. Kaneohe 4:20.3.
Girls 18 and under-1. 'Alapa Hoe (Kiana Espinosa, Jasmine Parish, Miyuki Tanaka, Nalei Mendonca, brianna Abrigo, Tanya Tadeo), 4:51.8; 2. Manu O Ke Kai 5:08.6; 3. Kai Poha 5:11.4.
Women novice A-1. Na Keiki O Ka Mo'i (Michelle Johnson, Summer Evaimalo, Jennifer Pontes-Borje, Kelly Roberts, Chanel Opunui, Yvette Quizon), 4:45.4; 2. Kaneohe 4:45.9; 3. Waikiki Beach Boys 4:48.4.
Boys 18 and under-1. Kaneohe (Keoni Anderson, Keoni Gonsalves, Nainoa Kahale, Joshua Kawela Kamakana, Clement Leoiki-Mutch, Dane Kimokeo), 8:23.5; 2. 'Alapa Hoe 9:06.1; 3. Pukana O Ke Kai 10:43.2.
Men novice A-1. Waikiki Beach Boys (Edward Steinmueller, Larsen Kaneda, dane Keohohou, Maurice Cenal, Paul Jamison, Kevin Lino), 8:11.3; 2. Ka Mamalahoe 8:11.6; 3. Kamehameha 8:45.3.
Women freshmen-1. Waikiki Beach Boys (Cherie Lee, Susannah Johnson, Jennifer polcer, Kathleen Grubbs, Andrea Wilson, Andrea Von Burg), 9:20.0; 2. Lokahi 10:03.4; 3. Manu O Ke Kai 10:04.0.
Men freshmen-1. Manu O Ke Kai (John Mack, Johnathan Vandyke, Gregory Perkins, Robert Pactol, Brian Amantiad, Michael Witt), 8:09.3; 2. Koa Kai 9:16.6; 3. Windward Kai 9:39.0.
Sophomore women-1. Waikiki Beach Boys (Dana Gorecki, Lisa Towne, Gabriela Contino-Kane, Frances Lichowski, Peggy Rupe, Kaui Pelekane), 9:15.8; 2. North Shore 9:53.5; 3. Na Keiki O Ka Mo'i 10:16.9.
Sophomore men-1. Manu O ke Kai (Bret Chuckovich, John Hoogsteden, Pete Celebre, ikoa Paris, Charles Tantog, Glenn Williams), 8:28.1; 2. Kaneohe 9:16.3.
Women senior-1. Waikiki Beach Boys (Gabriela Contino-Kane, Andrea Wilson, Jennifer Polcer, Cherie Lee, Kaui Pelekane, Dana Gorecki), 14:20.2; 2. Lokahi 14:31.1; 3. Kaneohe 16:07.9.
Men senior-1. Manu O Ke Kai (Brian Amantiad, Gregory Perkins, Pete Celebre, Keith Sanborn, Tomas Schlotman, Greg Pavao), 11:44.6; 2. Waikiki Beach Boys 11:53.5; 3. Koa Kai 12:23.5.
Women masters-1. Lokahi (Karen Dunai, Palmer Jean Ahakuelo, Carol Jaxon, Ellen Ishida-Babineau, Joanne Vierra, Deborah Bush), 9:47.3; 2. Na Keiki O Ka Mo'i 9:49.8; 3. Kaneohe 10:18.9.
Men masters-1. Koa Kai (Byron Valdez, Neal Gushi, Galen Chee, melvin Diaz, Joseph Kanana, Bruce Watanabe), 8:05.6; 2. Waikiki Beach Boys 8:21.9; 3. Lokahi 8:26.9.
Women open four-1. Kalihi-Kai (Elizabeth Keama, Joanna White, Violet Carrillo, Whitney Gagne), 4:53.2; 2. Lokahi 5:17.5; 3. Kamehameha 5:35.2.
Men open four-1. Manu O Ke Kai (Tomas Schlotman, Greg Pavao, Jason Bellefeuille, Dwight Oga), 4:14.0; 2. Kaneohe 4:21.4; 3. Lokahi 4:33.7.
Mixed masters 40-1. Na Keiki O Ka Mo'i (Daniel Sanchez, Tamara Desoto, Albert Cambra, Ann Marie Johns, Hartwell Afong, Allyn Momoa), 4:17.0; 2. Lokahi 4:17.4; 3. Koa Kai 4:24.3.
Mixed men and women-1. Waikiki Beach Boys (Nicolette Rowe, Horst Pohlmann, Rachel Orange, William Hall, Laura Isola, Eric Eads), 4:18.4; 2. Kaneohe 4:19.1; 3. Koa Kai 4:22.2.