Kaiser’s Kristen O’Handley picked up this year’s track and field season where she left off last year.
O’Handley, who won the 100 and 200 and chipped in on a relay win at last year’s state championships, won two individual events and was in on two relay wins at Saturday’s Yamamoto Invitational at Mililani.
O’Handley broke the meet record with a 5-05 effort in the high jump and won the 200-meter dash.
Kaiser won the team title with 151.75 points to beat Campbell’s 137.75.
Campbell won the boys team title with 189 points to Kapolei’s 109.5.
Ronald Norbrey was the big contributor for the Sabers, winning the triple jump, long jump, high jump and the winning 4×400 relay.
Here are the results: Yamamoto