Bowling

Nomura-Calistro is Chargers’ secret weapon

November 4, 2013

Coach Millie Gomes and her Pearl City girls bowling squad just won a state championship last week and plans to celebrate at least twice — with a team barbecue and a trip to Aulani.

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Pearl City sweeps state bowling titles

November 1, 2013

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 […]

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Hawaii Baptist girls take rolloff

October 25, 2013

Candace Minami rolled a 571 series with a high game of 214 and the Hawaii Baptist girls bowling team wrapped up the ILH title in a 2-1 playoff win over Sacred Hearts at the Hickam Bowling Center on Thursday. The Lancers won the first game of the three-game series 886-807 but the Eagles came back […]

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Sacred Hearts forces tie in ILH girls bowling

October 18, 2013

Kauaollkokalani Arelliano finished with a 594 series as Sacred Hearts beat Hawaii Baptist 2-1 in head-to-head competition as the ILH’s girls bowling teams concluded regular-season competition on Friday. Arelliano, a junior, came up big in the regular-season final, averaging a 198 over the three games despite carrying an average of 155.58. She rolled games of […]

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Pearl City dominates OIA Bowling

October 17, 2013

Pearl City’s boys dominated the individual competition and the Chargers took both the boys and girls team titles in the Oahu Interscholastic Association bowling championships at K-Bay Bowling Center on Thursday.

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Maryknoll, Hawaii Baptist win ILH boys bowling

October 16, 2013

Hawaii Baptist’s Owen Saito saved his best game for last, putting up a 277 game and 663 series in the final ILH event of the year. Saito also had a 663 series to clinch another state berth for the Eagles. Hawaii Baptist beat Saint Louis 3-0 to clinch the title despite a valiant effort from […]

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Aiea’s Berger rolls a 300

October 10, 2013

Aiea’s Thomas Berger rolled a perfect game in OIA Western Division bowling action on Oct. 10. Berger’s 300 game, plus a 589 series from teammate Shaun Aque, helped Aiea’s boys compile 2,772 total pins on the day, second behind Pearl City’s 3,021. In the girls competition, Mililani rolled the best team total of the day […]

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Damien’s Vendiola sets the pace

September 25, 2013

With the haves playing the have-nots in ILH boys bowling at Hickam Lanes on Wednesday, the drama was reduced to the honor of best invdividual bowler. Each of the top three bowlers in the league upped their averages on Wednesday, with Alika Vendiola of Damien gaining a full point to 199.29 after rolling a 169 […]

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Hawaii Baptist stares down Damien’s challenge

September 24, 2013

The Hawaii Baptist boys bowling team suffered its first loss of the season on Monday at Hickam Lanes, but only after it had already asserted its dominance. The Golden Eagles beat fellow unbeaten Damien 2-1 to take the top spot in the league. HBA is now 17-1 with 16,281 pins knocked down, while Damien is […]

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Pearl City’s Morishige on the move

September 20, 2013

Pearl City bowler Chelsi Morishige rolled a 255 game at Schofield Lanes on Thursday, just three pins short of the high game for the season by a girl on Oahu. Morishige is still looking up at Danielle August of Mililani, who opened the season with a 258, but Morishige has threatened that mark twice already. […]

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ILH boys bowling down to 2 unbeatens

September 18, 2013

When the Kamehameha boys showed up to Hickam Lanes on Monday and threatened Hawaii Baptist’s dominance, Golden Eagles anchor Lane Hosaka was having no part of it. Hosaka rolled a 257 game and 643 series to lead all bowlers and defending champion Hawaii Baptist rolled Kamehameha 2,971-2,203 to begin the fourth week of competition on […]

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Apana stays ahead of Arquero

September 13, 2013

One wobbly pin is all that separated Moanalua’s Jaren Apana and Castle’s Cody Arquero in the OIA East bowling competition at K-Bay Lanes on Thursday. Na Menehune boys have been a step ahead of the Knights all season, and it was no different on Thursday. Apana rolled a high game of 222 and a 588 […]

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ILH boys bowling down to four unbeatens

September 11, 2013

The ILH’s top teams in boys bowling swept their matches at Hickam Lanes on Wedesday, setting up a showdown between two of the best on Monday. Hawaii Baptist’s Lane Hosaka rolled a 590 series to help the Eagles sweep Hanalani on Wednesday, their third straight sweep to open the season. Isaiah Lee had a 181 […]

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OIA bowlers getting serious

September 6, 2013

The first part of the OIA bowling season is usually more about participation than results. Coaches let everyone get a taste of the action before deciding on their first team for the meets that count most. Defending champion Pearl City took it easy at Thursday’s third meet of the season at Schofield Lanes, benching captain […]

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