Hawaii Baptist, Punahou qualify for states

Hawaii Baptist clinched first place in ILH boys bowling Monday with a 2-1 win over ‘Iolani at in the regular-season finale at Hickam Bowling Center.

The Eagles clinched a spot in the state tournament, which will be held Oct. 30 through Nov. Nov. 1 in Kailua-Kona.

Punahou wrapped up second place and a spot in the states. University needed one or two points against Maryknoll to beat the Buffanblu out for that state spot, but the Junior ‘Bows lost 3-0 to the Spartans.


Final standings and results from Monday’s matches follow.

ILH final standings
Hawaii Baptist, 30-6
Punahou, 27-9
Damien, 26-10
University, 26-10
Maryknoll, 26-10
‘Iolani, 22-14
Mid-Pacific, 22-14
Kamehameha, 20-16
Lanakila Baptist, 10-26
Saint Louis, 9-27
St. Francis, 7-29
Assets, 5-31
Hanalani, 4-32


Monday’s results
>> Hawaii Baptist 2, ‘Iolani 1
>> Kamehameha 3, St. Francis 0
>> Maryknoll 3, University 0
>> Assets 2, Hanalani 1
>> Damien 3, Saint Louis 0
>> Mid Pacific 3, Lanakila 0

Monday’s top individuals (by school)
High game/high series
>> Owen Saito (Hawaii Baptist), 228/648
>> Micah Sakata (‘Iolani), 220/535
>> Victor Jodarn (St. Francis), 201 game
>> Kyler Kaneshiro (St. Francis), 508 series
>> Nikolai Beddow (Kamehameha), 175/491
>> Nicholas Lacaden (University), 212/560
>> Brandon Ramos (Maryknoll), 214 game
>> Keoni Inaba (Marykoll), 608 series
>> Chance Uyeoka (Assets) 196 game
>> Kalani Akau (Assets), 521 series
>> Kenn Chong (Hanalani) 179/492
>> Taniela Tuihalafatai (Damien), 223 game
>> Alika Vendiola (Damien) 638 series
>> Devin Tomas (Saint Louis) 185/ 463
>> Jordan Lee (Mid-Pacific), 224 game
>> Chad Nakamura (Mid-Pacific), 519 series
>> Michael Lee (Lanakila Baptist), 156/428

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