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Sacred Hearts junior Anne Wong breaks 300 hurdles mark at Victorino

By Paul Honda on April 14, 2019

The weekend was a bit busy for Anne Wong. On Thursday, the Sacred Hearts junior and her track and field team flew to Maui for the Victorino Ohana meet at War Memorial Stadium. Her time in the trials of the 300-meter hurdles was 47.44 seconds, good enough to qualify for the finals. It was the best time of her career, which began just one year ago. She had posted a 49.75 at Kamehameha on Mar. 9, a 50.00 at the […]

Athletes surpass best of 2019 at Punahou Relays

By Nick Abramo on April 13, 2019

Punahou’s Sina Uluave, Kamehameha’s Kawika Clemente and three relay teams notched the best Hawaii track and field marks of 2019 so far on Saturday. Uluave added two inches to her personal best and won the shot put at the Punahou Relays on Saturday with a throw of 38 feet, 7 inches. “I was focused on getting that PR,” Uluave said. “You practice and practice, but it’s not the same adrenaline rush as the meet. Right now, I’m focusing on making […]

Hawaii’s best in track and field in 2019 just got better

By Nick Abramo on April 8, 2019

Six high school track and field athletes catapulted into 2019’s “Best in Hawaii” category in recent meets: >> Mililani senior Mackenzie Reed ran the 400-meter dash in 58.76, bettering her 59.28 earlier this season. The state-meet mark is 54.41. >> Damien junior Zada Tagovailoa added one inch to her previous best in the discus this season and is now at 121 feet, four inches. The state-meet record is 160-3. >> Saint Louis senior Korvin Feagins upped 2019’s best with a […]


Punahou girls relay teams out to find right groove

By Nick Abramo on April 4, 2019

Punahou’s two track and field relay teams showed they meant business in an ILH meet last Saturday. Both surpassed the top times in Hawaii for 2019. The Buffanblu’s 4×100 team ran a 51.17, topping Campbell’s 51.49 from earlier in the season. Punahou’s 4×400 unit finished in 4:10.66 to get past Mililani’s 4:10.97. Coach Duncan Macdonald sees a possible bright near future for the Buffanblu relay girls, with the state meet on Maui looming May 3-4. “The season has started well […]

Hawaii’s best in track and field so far in 2019

By Nick Abramo on March 28, 2019

Baldwin’s Rey Cadiz and Kamehameha-Hawaii’s Chenoa Frederick will be chasing their own records at the Island Movers/HHSAA Track and Field State Championships in early May. And both have the top marks among Hawaii athletes in two individual events thus far in the 2019 season, according to athletic.net. Cadiz, who holds the 110-meter hurdles state-meet record of 14.20 seconds, has the season’s best in the 110 (14.30) and 300 hurdles (39.49). He’s going for a third title in the 110 and […]

Middle schoolers win high school track events at Moanalua

By Nick Abramo on March 23, 2019

As unlikely as it sounds, two eighth graders won events at the Cal Track Ruby Tuesday Invitational on Saturday at Moanalua. Tatum Moku, a Damien student, pole vaulted 11 feet to win that event. She has the rest of this year and four years after that to improve on it. “My dad asked me if I wanted to try it in sixth grade and go to Kamehameha and practice,” Moku said about her father Sam Moku, who is a former […]

Seabury Hall’s Noah Payne runs 10.70 in the 100

By Nick Abramo on March 23, 2019

Noah Payne of Seabury Hall ran a superb 100-meter dash, finishing in 10.70 seconds at the Cal Track Ruby Tuesday Invitational on Saturday at Moanalua. “I ran a 10.79 at the Yamamoto Invitational last week,” Payne said. “Wind (behind the runners’ backs) was a factor today. But I feel like I ran pretty good and there’s a lot of competition over here. That was really pushing me. I was relaxed. I knew (Saint Louis’) Roman (Wilson) was going to be […]

Cadiz, Frederick are Gatorade track honorees

By Nick Abramo on July 15, 2018

Two Neighbor Islands athletes are the recipients of the Gatorade Hawaii track and field athletes of the year award — Rey Cadiz of Baldwin and Chenoa Frederick of Kamehameha-Hawaii. The award recognizes outstanding athletic excellence, high standards of academic achievement and exemplary character on and off the track. Cadiz, a 6-foot-1, 163-pound junior, broke a 19-year-old state meet record in the 110-meter hurdles in 14.20 seconds. He recorded that time in the trials and then went on to win the […]