Kalani, Pearl City gain OIA air riflery titles

Shooters checked their targets after shooting during the OIA Championships at Pearl City on Saturday. Dennis Oda / Star-Advertiser.
Shooters checked their targets after shooting during the OIA Championships at Pearl City on Saturday. Dennis Oda / Star-Advertiser.

Kalani’s boys and Pearl City’s girls won the OIA air riflery team championships on Saturday at Pearl City.

Shane Xu’s score 513.09 led the Falcons to a 1,937.19 to 1,924.24 victory over Moanalua.

Danielle Tababe shot a 540.21 as the Chargers defeated Kalani 2,093 to 1,935.24. Tanabe’s score was also good enough for the girls individual title.


Leielhua’s Bennet Cariaga captured the boys individual crown with a 528.14.


OIA top 10 girls
1. Danielle Tababe (Pearl City), 540.21
2. Kiara Wasano (Pearl City), 529.16
3. Jennifer Loui (Pearl City), 518.07
4. Lovely Janairo (Leilehua), 5:11.06
5. Brooke Hashida (Pearl City), 506.09
6. Mari Kumura (Moanalua), 499.08
7. Kayla Hooker (Kailua), 498.08
8. Rebecca Yamashiro (Kalani), 497.06
9. Caitlin Okamoto (Kaimuki), 496.11
10. Laurel Hecker (Kalani), 492.06

OIA top 10 boys
1. Bennet Cariaga (Leilehua), 528.14
2. James Sison (Leilehua), 520.13
3. Shane Xu (Kalani), 513.09
4. Rayden Relacion (Pearl City), 512.13
5. Travis Ibera (Pearl City), 498.06
6. Daniel Santos (Leilehua), 497.09
7. Mackenzie Tokuda (Moanalua), 496.09
8. Nicholas Ventenilla (Kalani), 491.04
9. Matthew Sahara (Roosevelt), 487.16
10. Isaiah Kalekini (Kaimuki), 481.06

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