HHSAA state champions: Boys 200 meters

Radford's Christopher Rainey holds the state meet record in the 200 meters. Here he is competing in the 100 against Jonathan Padron of Damien, Punahou's Zach Coronas and Mililani's Dalaunte Stevenson. Photo by Jamm Aquino.
Radford’s Christopher Rainey holds the state meet record in the 200 meters withoout the aid of wind after computer timing was implemented. Here he is competing in the 100 against Jonathan Padron of Damien, Punahou’s Zach Coronas and Mililani’s Dalaunte Stevenson.

(Jamm Aquino / jaquino@staradvertiser.com)

The Star-Advertiser has tried to compile lists of each event winner in the history of the HHSAA track and field championships. 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. These are only performances in the final day of the state track and field championships each year, records can be broken in trials, but those are not reflected anywhere except for in the state meet record book. The lines at the top of these lists are those records, FAT is computer time, H is hand-held and WA denotes wind-aided.


Enjoy.


      
2017ChristianPadronDamien1221.97
2016GreyIhuUniversity1222.88
2015BaileyKaopuikiBaldwin1121.68
2014DylanKaneKamehameha1221.92
2013KeelanEwalikoBaldwin1222.16
2012KeelanEwalikoBaldwin1122.49
2011DevinJenkinsKapolei1121.09
2010MosesFierroWaimea1222.23
2009MosesFierroWaimea1122.42
2008ChristopherRaineyRadford21.89
2007ZachCoronasPunahou22.42
2006AJClarkMililani22.53
2005JosephLoceyKapaa21.91
2004JosephLoceyKapaa22.93
2003TravisBeyerKamehameha22.50
2002JasonRiversSaint Louis22.09
2001DanielInferreraSaint Louis22.15
2000TerranceTaylorMaui22.34
1999ShaneVictorinoSt. Anthony21.54
1998BryanClayCastle21.41
1997BryanClayCastle22.10
1996CaseyFloresKonawaena21.2
1995KyleKikuchiMaui22.0
1994EleuKaneKamehameha20.8
1993EleuKaneKamehameha22.4
1992BrandonToroKamehameha22.4
1991JumanneWashingtonLutheran21.3
1990GeoffZawtockiPunahou21.9
1989GeoffZawtockiPunahou22.1
1988MikeWilliamsKaiser21.7
1987MikeWilliamsKaiser21.9
1986MikeClarkRadford22.3
1985ClaytonMahukaNanakuli22.0
1984AndreThomasRadford21.8
1983KoldeneWalshLeilehua21.6
1982KoldeneWalshLeilehua21.9
1981BobMooreheadLeilehua22.4
1980MikeAkiuKalaheo21.8
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1979TerrenceDerbyPearl City22.4
1978MarkMcGoughHonokaa22.5
1977MikeGlazierLeilehua22.0
1976LarryBradleyLeilehua220 record21.8
1975NathanCockettPunahou22.3
1974RodneyPachecoHilo22.7
1973DacreBowenPunahou22.1
1972RichieKingRadford23.1
1971WendellInouyeKaimuki23.1
1970KevinSoaresPunahou22.8
1969TonyAllmondPunahou22.7
1968RichardVasconcellosMcKinley22.9
1967JerryAndradeWaialua22.5
1966JerryAndradeWaialua23.0
1965RobertBatieWaialua22.2
1964KenPollardLeilehua22.5
1963GinozaKaimuki23.0
1962PeterBurchardPunahou22.5
1961PeterBurchardPunahou22.0
1960MikeTicePunahou22.4
1959WarrenHigaWaipahu23.3

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