Galdiano goes low with 63 for victory

Punahou's Mariel Galdiano shot a 9-under 63 to win the ILH's third tournament of the season. / Honolulu Star-Advertiser photo by Jamm Aquino
Punahou’s Mariel Galdiano shot a 9-under 63 to win the ILH’s third tournament of the season. / Honolulu Star-Advertiser photo by Jamm Aquino

Punahou’s Mariel Galdiano fired a 9-under 63 to win the ILH regular-season golf tournament at Leilehua Golf Course on Monday.

Galdiano, who also won the league’s previous tournament at Barbers Point Golf Coure, was seven shots clear of four others.


Punahou teammates Andrew Chin and Colin Laszlo tied for medalist honors on the boys side with 1-under 71s.

Laszlo also tied at the top with teammate Sian Rogers at Barbers Point on April 8.


ILH golf tournament No. 3
Leilehua Golf Course, par 72
April 13, 2015
Boys Top 10

1. (tie) Andrew Chin, Punahou 71
1. (tie) Colin Laszlo, Punahou, 71
3. (tie) Kengo Aoshima, ‘Iolani, 72
3. (tie) Spencer Dunaway, Kamehameha, 72
5. Andrew Otani, ‘Iolani, 74
6. (tie) Larry Goeas, Saint Louis, 75
6. (tie) Keegan Loo, Punahou, 75
8. Ryan Kunihisa, Punahou, 77
9. Samuel Skinner, Mid-Pacific, 78
10. (tie) Keliiokalani Kamelamela-Dudoit, Kamehameha, 79
10. (tie) Evan Kawai, Punahou, 79

Boys team scores
1. Punahou, 294
2. Kamehameha, 313
3. ‘Iolani, 325
4. Hawaii Baptist, 348


Girls Top 10
1. Mariel Galdiano, Punahou, 63
2. (tie) Erica Chiang, Mid-Pacific, 70
2. (tie) Claire Choi, Punahou, 70
2. (tie) Allisen Corpuz, Punahou, 70
2. (tie) Kamie Hamada, ‘Iolani, 70
6. (tie) Danielle Ujimori, Mid-Pacific, 71
6. (tie) Keilyn Ing, ‘Iolani, 71
8. Aiko Leong, Punahou, 74
9. Rose Huang, ‘Iolani, 76
10. (tie) Zoey Akagi-Bustin, Uolani, 77
10. (tie) Sydni Tokuyama, Mid-Pacific, 77

Girls team scores
1. Punahou, 203
2. Mid-Pacific, 218
3. ‘Iolani, 220
4. Hawaii Baptist, 256
5. Kamehameha, 270

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