Judo

Jordan Ng is looking to make up for a loss at states last year. Krystle Marcellus / Star-Advertiser
Jordan Ng is looking to make up for a loss at states last year. Krystle Marcellus / Star-Advertiser

Jordan Ng of Iolani and Mid-Pacific’s Cole Chandler will be trying to make up for lost time at today’s HHSAA judo championships at the Stan Sheriff Center.

Boys going for their second title are Weston Kogachi of Punahou at 114, Cole Kido of Campbell at 132 and Moanalua’s Zorich Palimo’o at 198 pounds.

4 time champ
Brady Lafortune, Moanalua
Christian Pavo, Pearl City
Dane Pestano, Kamehameha
Josh Terao, Mid-Pacific
David Terao, Mid-Pacific

3 time champ
Brendan Chang, Maryknoll (loss was third)
Daniel Chow, Punahou (third)
Michael Fujiuchi, McKinley (fourth)
Reid Oshiro, Punahou (second)
Arnold Toriumi, Punahou

3 time runner up (*state champ)
Derron Maki, Leilehua*
Jonah Hoshino, Kamehameha
Jordan Ogata, Mililani*
Logan Bucsit, Farrington

GIRLS
4 time
Brittany Balanay, McKinley (11)
Mindy Chow, Punahou (12)
Chrissy Chow, Punahou (11)
Taylor Ibera, Farrington (09)
Bree Rapoza, Kamehameha (13)
Lianne Tomishima, McKinley (07)

3 time
Tani Ader, Farrington (2nd)
Tabitha Lum, Maryknoll
Risha Mishima, Hawaii Baptist (2nd)
Sanoe Spencer, Pearl City (2nd)

State champs
Punahou 16 (54 placers)
Kamehameha 14 (47 placers)
McKinley 12 (46 placers)
Kahuku 9 (41 placers)
Pearl City 9 (93 placers)
Farrington 8 (37 placers)
Iolani, 8 (33 placers)

Here is a complete history of state medal winners:

Girls

HHSAA girls judo medalists

Boys

HHSAA boys judo medalists

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