HHSAA state champions: Girls 100 hurdles

Kahuku's Zhane Santiago was unstoppable in this event for four years. Photo by Jamm Aquino.
Kahuku’s Zhane Santiago was unstoppable in this event for four years. Photo by Jamm Aquino.

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.


2011ZhaneSantiago 14.55
2017Saydee AganusKS-Hawaii14.11(wa)
2016EmmaTaylorHawaii Prep15.79
2015Emma TaylorHawaii Prep14.63
2014Emma TaylorHawaii Prep15.22
2013EmmaTaylorHawaii Prep15.22
2012KaylaMitchellLeilehua14.62
2011ZhaneSantiagoKahuku14.69
2010ZhaneSantiagoKahuku14.71
2009ZhaneSantiagoKahuku15.58
2008ZhaneSantiagoKahuku15.12
2007SarahNicolaisenKa'u16.09
2006June AnnLuskBaldwin15.57
2005SarahNicolaisenKa'u16.09
2004LorinMilottaWaialua15.64
2003LorinMilottaWaialua15.8
2002KrishaKaiKahuku15.53
2001NatashaKaiKahuku15.11
2000VeraSimmsMililani14.85
1999SaraYapPunahou15.01
1998ErinFujiiPunahou15.25
1997ErinStovallIolani14.64
1996KellyTanIolani16.1
1995SpringEubankLahainaluna15.6
1994PristineFosterBaldwin15.2
1993PristineFosterHilo14.8
1992DebbieLambertPunahou16.2
1991StephanieFernandezWaianae15.7
1990NikkiAdamsSt. Andrews16.5
1989NikkiAdamsSt. Andrews15.6
1988NikkiAdamsSt. Andrews15.8
1987SuzanneBurnsMililani16.2
1986MelissaPachecoWaimea15
1985MelissaPachecoWaimea14.9
1984AllisonKellyRadford14.9
1983CandaceNavarroBaldwin14.9
1982HeidiFreisePunahou14.1
1981HeidiFreisePunahou14.3
1980HeidiFreisePunahou14.2
110 low hurdles
1979NadineAugustiroRadford14.8
1978SusieMillsPunahou
1977SusieMillsPunahou14.6
80 hurdles
1975MiriamLouiKamehameha11
1974MiriamLouiKamehameha11.1
1973MiriamLouiKamehameha10.8
1972ShirleenMiguelRoosevelt11.7
1971LeonaRyderPunahou11.6
1970AuroraKaawaKaimuki12.6
70 hurdles
1969PrimroseAbillaAiea10.3
1968KathyFosterRadford10
1967DianeMooreRadford10.2

COMMENTS

  1. Ronald Diaz June 19, 2014 10:08 pm

    The first name for 1979 girls’ 110-low hurdles champion is “Nadine” Augustiro from Radford. She lived on the same street as I did when I attended Radford (’77). thanks for the memories!


  2. Jerry Campany July 7, 2014 8:24 pm

    Woohooo, thanks, Ronald.


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