ILH boys track and field championship results

‘Iolani’s breadth and balance led to its first ILH boys track and field championship since 1999, the same year current head coach Shane Hedani began coaching. Paul Honda/Star-Advertiser.

‘Iolani ends 22-year drought with victory in ILH boys track and field

ILH Varsity Championships
May 14, 2021
Alexander Field, Punahou

Team standings


1. ‘Iolani 163, 2. Punahou 133, 3. Kamehameha 90, 4. Saint Louis 56, 5. Maryknoll 24, 6. Hawaii Baptist 16, 7. Mid-Pacific 14.

Individual results

Boys Shot Put

1. Kealiikupono Dikilato, Kamehameha, 46-04. 2. Jensen Ahokovi, ‘Iolani, 45-05.75. 3. Cayd Tollefson-Oli, Kamehameha, 43-01.50. 4. Marques Hickson, Kamehameha, 40-07.75. 5. Pono Meli, Kamehameha, 38-06.

Boys Long Jump

1. Rayden Kiaaina-Caires, Punahou, 22-00. 2. Wailoa Manuel, ‘Iolani, 21-09.75. 3. Keanu Wallace, Saint Louis, 21-06.25. 4. Vu Nguyen, Saint Louis, 20-05.50. 5. Prince Solomon, Saint Louis, 19-08.25.

Boys Pole Vault

1. Lev Van Delden, Punahou, 12-00. 2. Aaron Kwok, ‘Iolani, 11-06. 3. Zack Takeshita, ‘Iolani, 11-06. 4. Tim Adams, Punahou, 11-00. 4. Hudson Nguyen, ‘Iolani, 11-00.

Boys 110-meter Hurdles

1. Chris Paige, Punahou, 14.48. 2. Noah Harris, Kamehameha, 15.52. 3. Tai Demura-Devore, Punahou, 16.69. 4. Theolease Priester, ‘Iolani, 16.76. 5. Jarod Tsuhako, Punahou, 17.44.

Boys 100-meter Dash

1. Brody Bantolina, ‘Iolani, 10.94. 2. Noah Gaudi, ‘Iolani, 11.08. 3. Tai Brezeale, Saint Louis, 11.17. 4. Reese Yamamoto, Punahou, 11.33. 5. Karter Wong, Maryknoll, 11.40.

Sophomore Kealiikupono Dikilato pf Kamehameha (46 feet, 4 inches) edged Jensen Ahokovii of ‘Iolani (45-05.75) for the shot put title. Paul Honda/Star-Advertiser.

Boys 1500-meter Run

1. William Ho, Kamehameha, 4:13.78. 2. Devin Pang, ‘Iolani, 4:15.22. 3. Connor Malinger, Hawaii Baptist, 4:15.64. 4. Nicholas Pugliese, Punahou, 4:16.23. 5. Caden Lombard, Punahou, 4:18.10.

Boys 4×100-meter Relay


1. Saint Louis ‘A’ 43.44. 2. ‘Iolani ‘A’ 43.79. 3. Punahou ‘A’ 44.53. 4. Maryknoll ‘A’ 46.06. 5. Hawaii Baptist Academy ‘A’ 47.14.

Boys Triple Jump

1. Kamoi Latu, Saint Louis, 43-03.75, 2. Nicholas Allen, Punahou, 42-10.00, 3. Luke Ellis, Punahou, 41.08.00, 4. Trajan Satta-Ellis, Kamehameha, 40.11.50, 5. Kawika Clemente, Kamehameha, 40-08.25.

Boys 400-meter Dash

1. Evan Georgia, ‘Iolani, 51.23. 2. Kaeo Keomaka, Saint Louis, 51.73. 3. Jacob Gaudi, ‘Iolani, 51.73. 4. Ethan Gerhardt, Punahou, 51.95. 5. Traven Wailehua, Kamehameha, 52.23.

Boys 300-meter Hurdles

1. Chris Paige, Punahou, 38.39. 2. Noah Harris, Kamehameha, 40.10. 3. Mason Mizuta, ‘Iolani, 41.91. 4. Cade Blake, Punahou, 43.30. 5. Kaoi Blaisdell-Higa, Punahou, 43.88.

Boys 800-meter Run

1. William Ho, Kamehameha, 1:58.30. 2. Noah Tonai, Punahou, 1:59.54. 3. Benjamin Brown, Punahou, 2:02.43. 4. Gabriel (Gabe) Theriault, Mid Pacific, 2:02.99. 5. Cooper Baines, Punahou, 2:07.29.

Boys 200-meter Dash

1. Noah Gaudi, ‘Iolani, 22.48. 2. Karter Wong, Maryknoll, 22.75. 3. Evan Georgia, ‘Iolani, 22.87. 4. Jacob Gaudi, ‘Iolani, 23.15. 5. Brody Bantolina, ‘Iolani, 23.26.

Boys 3000-meter Run

1. Parker Wagnild, Mid Pacific, 9:11.52. 2. William Ho, Kamehameha, 9:12.73. 3. Devin Pang, ‘Iolani, 9:21.55. 4. Connor Malinger, Hawaii Baptist, 9:28.22. 5. Nicholas Pugliese, Punahou, 9:34.79.

Boys 4×400-meter Relay


1. Punahou ‘A’ 3:26.51. 2. ‘Iolani ‘A’ 3:28.64. 3. Saint Louis ‘A’ 3:30.16. 4. Hawaii Baptist Academy ‘A’ 3:43.07. 5. Kamehameha ‘A’ 3:44.09.

Note: Missing results for triple jump added.

COMMENTS

  1. Bob Joe May 17, 2021 8:51 pm

    You guys forgot to include Triple Jump!


  2. Paul Honda May 18, 2021 9:08 am

    Let’s see if they have it. Mahalo.


  3. Bob Joe May 19, 2021 10:22 am

    They should have it. If not, here’s the link:

    https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/431938/results/m/1/tj


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