Chargers roll on

Pearl City swept the OIA boys and girls titles this year. Bruce Asato / Star-Advertiser
Pearl City swept the OIA boys and girls titles this year. Bruce Asato / Star-Advertiser

Pearl City won its fifth straight OIA boys bowling championship and its fourth straight OIA girls title on Thursday at Schofield Bowling Center.

Chargers bowlers Chelsi Morishige and Ryan Kajihiro won the individual OIA titles.

Pearl City’s boys and girls teams will compete in the state tournament Oct. 30 to Nov. 1 in Kailua-Kona.


Boys team standings
1. Pearl City, 6,426
2. Kapolei, 5,841
3. Moanalua, 5,466
4. Castle, 5,342


Girls team standings
1. Pearl City, 5,579
2. Mililani, 5,041
3. Moanalua, 4,990
4. Kalani, 4,819


Boys individual standings
1. Ryan Kajihiro (Pearl City), 1,388
2. Dylan John Peters (Kalaheo), 1,346
3. Kristopher Yadao (Pearl City), 1,336
4. Richard Akamine (Aiea), 1,316
5. Skyler Wakumoto (Pearl City), 1,315
6. Travis Takamiya (Kapolei), 1,302
7. Bradley Nakamura (Pearl City), 1,277
8. Aaron Rafael (Pearl City), 1,261
9. Wesley Hadano (Moanalua), 1,249
10. Kristian Adams (Campbell), 1,231
11. Cody Arquero (Castle), 1,226
12. Devin Parker (Aiea) 1,221
13. Matthew Perry (Kapolei), 1,219
14. Bryce Takenaka (McKinley), 1,195
15. Jonathan Kanno (McKinley), 1,182

Girls individual standings
1. Chelsi Morishige (Pearl City), 1,228
2. Ashlynn Castro (Pearl City), 1,190
3. Ashley Honda (Kalani), 1,154
4. Gwen Maeha (Leilehua), 1,144
5. Katherine Clouse (Radford), 1,140
6. Lindie Esteban (Kapolei), 1,134
7. Taryn Sugimoto (Moanalua), 1,128
8. Kylie Malilay-Madrona (Pearl City), 1,127
9. Michelle Onomoto (Kalani), 1,113
10. Kristin Frost (Pearl City), 1,107
11. Kiana Saito (Aiea), 1,095
12. (tie) Ciana Pelekai (Aiea), 1,093
12. (tie) Hilary Martin (Moanalua), 1,093
14. Tyra Sanchez (Moanalua), 1,080
15. Paisley Tanaka (Kapolei), 1,073

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