Air Riflery

After 17 years, Ed Chang, the Hawaii High School Athletic Association air riflery coordinator, is retiring. The following story announcing Chang’s retirement is posted on the HHSAA’s website. http://bit.ly/20bIJTE

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Unbeaten Pearl City holds first place in both the Oahu Interscholastic Association West boys and girls air riflery standings. In the OIA East, two undefeated teams — the Moanalua boys and Kalani girls — lead the standings. OIA standings and recent results follow. OIA air riflery standings (as of Oct. 1) East Boys Moanalua, 8-0 Kalani, […]

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Pearl City’s boys and girls teams are both 6-0 and in first place in the Oahu Interscholastic Association West air riflery standings. Kalani (7-0) leads the OIA East boys standings, and Kalani (6-0) is in the top spot in the the East girls standings. The latest standings and the latest match results follow. OIA East […]

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Pearl City’s Kiara-Lin Wasano and Moanalua’s Matthew Pak were the high scorers in Oahu Interscholastic Association air riflery matches at various sites last Wednesday. Results of recent matches in September follow. Note: completed matches only; some matches held were not completed. OIA air riflery Sept. 16, 2015 Boys matches >> Kailua 1,855.14, Kahuku 1,165 High […]

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Four Oahu Interscholastic Association boys air riflery teams won matches on Wednesday. Scores and top shooters follow. OIA boys air riflery Wednesday, Sept. 2 at various sites >> Moanalua 1,902, Castle 839. High shooters—Moan: Justin Enoki 508. Cast: Garrett Cho 439. >> Kalaheo 1,738, Kailua 1,723. High shooters—Kalh: Jack Carvalho 462. Kail: Mario Formisano 482. […]

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Kailua’s Lauren Kadooka was the OIA’s top shooter as air riflery season began over the weekend, leading Kailua to a win over Moanalua. Kadooka shot a 526.09 to lead all scorers in the Surfriders’ 1,806.18-1,793 win. Jennifer Loui of Pearl City was another sure shot, carding a 523.17 in the Chargers’ win over Kapolei. Nicholas […]

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Melia Takakusagi and Raymond Hines were awarded National Interscholastic Athletic Administators Association scholarships at the recent Hawaii Interscholastic Athletic Directors Association conference at the Hilton Waikoloa Villiage earlier this month. Takakusagi participates in air riflery for Waimea and Hines is a water polo player and paddler for Mid-Pacific.

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The news that some state senators are pushing for a legislative move to bring back the once-popular Superferry — however a long shot the idea really is — has at least one high school coach thinking out loud. Kalaheo air riflery coach Craig Garcia penned this comment on Facebook: heading to maui for states this […]

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Punahou’s Dylan Vodzak set a record by scoring 482.8 to win the varsity division at the ILH Precision Air Rifle Individual Championships on Saturday at Mid-Pacific Institute. Kamehameha’s Keanu Paikai is the previous record-holder (481.5). The top eight participants from Saturday are below. ILH Precision Air Rifle Individual Championships Feb. 21 at Mid-Pacific Institute 1. […]

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Sacred Hearts clinched the ILH precision air rifle championship on Saturday. The Lancers tied with Punahou for first place with a 6-1 record, but won the the season-average tiebreaker for the title. Sacred Hearts won two matches on Saturday, against Punahou and St. Francis. Results from last Saturday follow, with high individual scorers in parentheses. […]

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