Pearl City sweeps state bowling titles

by Hawaii Prep World on November 1, 2013

Pearl City won both team titles and had both individual champions at the state bowling tournament on Friday. (Dennis Oda / Star-Advertiser)

Pearl City won both team titles and had both individual champions at the state bowling tournament on Friday. (Dennis Oda / Star-Advertiser)

Pearl City swept the individual and team titles at the HHSAA Bowling State Championships on Friday at Hickam Bowling Center.

Chargers senior Nicholas Azumi won the individual boys title, and sophomore Chelsi Morishige took the girls trophy.

Azumi’s nine-game pinfall total was 1,905, leading Pearl City’s boys to a team-title-winning total of 8,748.

Morishige’s 1,747 total led the Chargers to a team-best 7,790 pins.

Complete results are below. See Saturday’s Star-Advertiser, or StarAdvertiser.com, for more.

Printable results:

Team results
Boys results
• Girls results

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