HHSAA state champions: Boys 1,500 meters

Robby Phillip of Mililani won the first two races at 1,500 meters. Photo by Dennis Oda.
Robby Phillip of Mililani won the first two races at 1,500 meters. Photo by Dennis Oda.

With the help of Doug Kilpatrick, Jonathan Lyau, Rodney Yap and the rest of the track and field community in Hawaii, the Star-Advertiser has tried to compile lists of each event winner in the history of the HHSAA track and field championships. We will be releasing them one at a time over the next few days, when we finish we will put them all on one page with links to individual pages. Inevitably, some information is incomplete, especially concerning individuals on relay teams. If you have any corrections, please comment at the bottom of this post and I will get to them as soon as I can. Enjoy.

      
2017ConnorLehlPunahou124:03.35
2016KaeoKruseKamehameha4:01.53
2015LuisOndoWaiakea4:04.01
2014JacHebertPunahou124:01.23
2013GaryFanelliDamien4:11.08
2012NikolaiScharerPunahou114:10.86
2011PierceMurphyIsland124:01.92
2010PierceMurphyIsland114:02.10
2009ReidHunterKing Kekaulike4:03.98
2008PaulWilliamsLeilehua4:07.67
2007KeoniUckerChristian Liberty4:10.99
2006JeremyKamakaalaKamehameha4:08.69
2005MykahNorvilleHoala4:09.45
2004JoshuaEnosKeaau4:12.45
2003AndrewMaxinerRadford4:07.98
2002ToddIacovelliPunahou4:13.44
2001ToddIacovelliPunahou4:15.07
2000RobbyPhillipMililani4:07.55
1999RobbyPhillipMililani4:07.16
1600 meters
1998RobbyPhillipMililani4:27.71
1997MattStevensHawaii Baptist4:26.98
1996MattStevensHawaii Baptist4:23.9
1995MattStevensHawaii Baptist4:28.4
1994BrentEdelenKalaheo4:30.7
1993ShawnNixonKalaheo4:27.4
1992EricCookKailua4:23.9
1991JimBestCastle4:25.4
1990RobertNobrigaKamehameha4:27.5
1989RussellGarnerMaryknoll4:25.7
1988RussellGarnerMaryknoll4:26.3
1987MikePecautMoanalua4:28.5
1986KennyMayPunahou4:21.4
1985EnriqueRyanSaint Louis4:21.2
1984KennyMayPunahou4:19.5
1983JoeyBunchRadford4:25.0
1982JoeyBunchRadford4:25.3
1981JoeyBunchRadford4:29.2
1980BrianKissenbergerDamien4:24.4
Mile
1979DavidLynchRadford4:24.8
1978SteveJennessKalaheo4:21.5
1977SteveJennessKalaheo4:20.8
1976GaryMyersRadford4:24.1
1975ChrisPowellKailua4:23.4
1974SteinRaftoMid-Pacific4:18.9
1973SteinRaftoMid-Pacific4:21.2
1972HenryMarshPunahou4:20.2
1971HenryMarshPunahou4:31.5
1970KurtMenchCastle4:11.1
1969KurtMenchCastle4:20.3
1968GeorgeRapozaHilo4:22.7
1967DuncanMacdonaldKailua4:11.8
1966DuncanMacdonaldKailua4:19.5
1965AhoiMenchCastle4:24.0
1964CalvinMalinguisHilo4:30.8
1963WarrenKamehameha4:35.3
1962BrianClarkeSaint Louis4:28.3
1961TonyChapmanPunahou4:36.8
1960HerbieAustinPunahou4:41.5
1959FredLangillieKailua4:44.5

COMMENTS

  1. Chris Powell May 8, 2014 9:33 am

    Hey Guys,

    This is really neat. Thanks for remembering us “old” guys. By the way, I just finished my second Triathlon last weekend in The Woodlands TX (CBI TRI – http://www.thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov/index.aspx?NID=770) I am athlete 660. Terrible swim time as I still swim like a boogie boarder (head out of the water) but I was happy with my run leg. Point is, this athleticism stuff never leaves you, just ask Scott Moody!

    Thank you Mike G. for sharing, again very cool.


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