Kamehameha’s Spencer Dunaway shot a 69 at Waikoloa to win the David Ishii / HHSAA state boys golf championship on Friday.
Dunaway, who shared the lead with four other boys after the first round, shot a 69 in the second round to beat Moanalua’s Kyosuke Hara and Punahou’s Andrew Chin by three strokes.
Dunaway is Kamehameha’s first winner in the 50th year of HHSAA boys golf. TJ Kua took second twice (2005 and 2007) and Christian Akau (2002), Justin Kim (1999) and Harold Perry (1969) were the other runners up over the years for Kamehameha.
Chin did walk away with a team title, however, as Punahou won for the third straight year and five of the last six.
Kyle Suppa had the low round of the day for the Buffanblu, shooting a 33 on the front and finishing with a 68. Colin Laszlo, Remington Hirano, Sian Rogers, Matthew Shen, Keegan Loo, Ryan Kunahisa, Evan Kawai and Jonathan Morikawa round out Punahou’s team.
Here are the individual results: