Moanalua, Kaiser are OIA Eastern champs

The Moanlua boys and Kaiser girls ran to OIA Eastern Division cross-country championships at McKinley on Saturday.

Lisa Tashiro of Kaiserhas won two of her four races this year, including the OIA East championship.
Lisa Tashiro of Kaiser has won two of her four races this year, including the OIA East championship.

Eric Miyauchi placed second and Tyler Yada finished fourth in the 3-mile boys race, guiding Na Menehune to the title by one point over McKinley, 39 to 40.

Kalaheo’s Makai Clemons was the top individual boys runner, finishing in 15 minutes, 57.05 seconds.


The Cougars ran to the top four places in the 3-mile girls race en route to the crown. Lisa Tashiro (19:32.35) won the girls individual title by a little more than 6 seconds over teammate Hanna Heiss. Lina Schell and Erica Schell took third and fourth place, four seconds apart.

The OIA championship meet is Oct. 25 at Central Oahu Regional Park.


OIA Eastern Division boys team standings
1. Moanalua, 39
2. McKinley, 40
3. Castle, 92
4. Kalaheo, 96
5. Kaiser, 108
6. Kalani, 124
7. Farrington, 166

OIA Eastern Division girls team standings
1. Kaiser, 17
2. Roosevelt, 45
3. Moanalua, 65


OIA Eastern Division boys top 10
1. Makai Clemens (Kalaheo), 15:57.05
2. Eric Miyauchi (Moanalua), 16:32.57
3. Hidemasa Vincent Mi (McKinley), 16:58.16
4. Tyler Yada (Moanalua), 17:34.54
5. Colin Kubota (Kailua), 17:37.08
6. Allen Epstein (McKinley), 17:37.92
7. Motomasa Kyle Mitsu (McKinley), 17:44.38
8. Bryson Chan (Moanalua), 18:05.91
9. Rex Imanaka (Kaiser), 18:11.29
10. Alejandro Tovar (Castle), 18:13.53

OIA Eastern Division girls top 10
1. Lisa Tashiro (Kaiser), 19:32.95
2. Hanna Heiss (Kaiser), 19:51.80
3. Lina Schell (Kaiser), 20:10.60
4. Erica Schell (Kaiser), 20:22.56
5. Keiko Soohoo (Roosevelt), 21:13.30
6. Hiu Yan Tong (Roosevelt), 21:14.44
7. Kelsey McEwen (Kalaheo), 21:16.32
8. Percie Lyons (Kalaheo), 21:20.03
9. Kailee Murray-Paiso (Kaiser), 21:35.62
10. Nina Bean (Kaimuki) 21:47.16

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