State track and field qualifiers

Aiea's Leslie Mamai-Lagafuaina took the girls shot put title with a throw of 42 feet, 10.75 inches at the OIA championships on April 29. That mark made her the top qualifier for the state meet.  Cindy Ellen Russell / Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Aiea’s Leslie Mamai-Lagafuaina took the girls shot put title with a throw of 42 feet, 10.75 inches at the OIA championships on April 29. That mark made her the top qualifier for the state meet. Cindy Ellen Russell / Honolulu Star-Advertiser

Entries are out for this weekend’s Island Movers/HHSAA State Track and Field Championships at Keaau High School.

Kaiser senior Kristen O’Handley has the top qualifying marks in the girls high jump (5 feet, 5.25 inches), 400-meter dash (58.05 seconds) and 200 (25.30). O’Handley won the 100 and 200 last year.

Kamehameha-Hawaii’s Saydee Aganus is the top qualifier in the girls 100 hurdles (14.34) and 100 dash (12.29). O’Handley has the second-fastest time in the 100 (12.31) while Aganus has the second-fastest time in the 200 (26.10).

Seabury Hall’s Ava Shipman is the top qualifier in the girls 800 (2:18.93), 1,500 (4:47.08) and 3,000 (10:51.48).

Returning champions are Kahuku’s Bradina Anae (girls shot put), Kamehameha’s Kayla Afoa (girls long jump) and Jordan Jones of St. Andrew’s in the girls 3,000.

On Friday, field events begin at 2:15 p.m. and running events at 3:30. On Saturday, field events begin at 2:15 and running events at 5:30.

Kamehameha has won the last three boys state titles. Hawaii Prep won the girls title last year.

Click here for list of entries.

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