Rey Cadiz, Tanner Moku and Saint Louis relay team set track state records

Baldwin's Rey Cadizbroke his own state-meet record in the 110 hurdles on Friday. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

Three records were set Friday in the trials of the Island Movers/HHSAA State Track and Field Championships.

Baldwin’s Rey Cadiz broke his own record in the 110-meter hurdles, running it in 14.19 seconds. That was one-hundredth of a second faster than the 14.20 he ran in last year’s trials. The 14.19 is also the fastest time of anyone in Hawaii this season. Previously this year, Cadiz ran a 14.28.

The Saint Louis 4×100 relay team shattered the previous mark of 42.18 seconds set by Punahou last year. The Crusaders’ Roman Wilson, Keanu Wallace, Korvin Feagins and Keola Yadao ran a 41.54 on Friday.


Wilson also had the fastest 100-meter dash at trials — a 10.70 that tied Seabury Hall’s Noah Payne for the best in Hawaii so far this season. The state-meet record is 10.63. Five other runners ran sub 11-seconds in the trials, setting up a big showdown in Saturday’s final.

Kamehameha’s Tanner Moku, who set an ILH championship record in the 300 hurdles two weeks ago, broke the 300 hurdles state-meet mark Friday, running it in 38.07 to surpass Maui’s Dana Navarro-Arias’ 38.10 from 1999.

Some event finals were on Friday, including the boys high jump, where Feagins won by tying his own Hawaii season-high of 6 feet, 7 inches, but falling short of the state-meet record of 6-9.

Moku’s 37.99 from the ILH title meet is still the best in Hawaii so far in 2019.

Defending state champion Tianna Powell of Baldwin cleared the bar in 11-9 to win the pole vault final and that height is the best in Hawaii this year.

Four other performances achieved best of Hawaii in 2019 status:

>> Defending champion Chenoa Frederick won the long jump final with a leap of 18-2.75.

>> Punahou’s Stevie Marvin, Grace Blanchette, Kaylie Klausing and Katie Weeshoff ran a 49.88 in 4×100 relay trials.

>> Radford’s Kendall Saxton, Ethan Dean, Michael Edwards and Clayton Edwards ran a 3:24.32 in the boys 4×400 relay trials.

>> Seabury Hall’s Madee Dougherty, Chloe Gangnath, Ameera Waterford and Elly Swartz ran a 4:04.95 in the girls 4×400 relay trials.

Other finals winners Friday were: Waipahu’s Jocelyn Saribay in the shot put (37-11), Kaimuki’s Antrone Cliff in the triple jump (44-6.25), and Punahou’s Kennedy Freeman in the discus (151-9).


Some events that are expected to be intensely fought in Saturday’s finals are:

>> Girls 100: Mililani’s Mackenzie Reed ran a 12.43 on Friday, followed by Mic-Pacific’s Amy Warrington in 12.46.

>> Girls 200: Reed and Warrington went 1-2 on Friday — in 25.86 and 25.97.

>> Boys 1500: Hanalani’s Adam Harder, the state cross country champion, ran a 4:13.78 on Friday. Four others were right behind, but in front of McKinley’s Narayana Schneider, who ran a 4:21.16. Schneider has the best time in Hawaii in 2019 so far at 4:01.61.

>> Girls 300 hurdles: Campbell’s Leilani Leopard ran a 44.96 on Friday, followed by Radford’s Naomi Bates in 45.56, but both have done better this season, led by Bates’ 44.33.

Organizers, to avoid possible rain in the late afternoon, have moved the time of every originally scheduled field and running event up one hour for Saturday’s finals.

An updated list of Hawaii’s best in 2019 followed by updated state-meet records follow.

HAWAII’S TOP 2019 TIMES/DISTANCES SO FAR
Defending state champion in parentheses
BOYS
>> 100: Noah Payne, Seabury Hall senior, and Roman Wilson, Saint Louis senior, 10.70
>> 200: Noah Payne, Seabury Hall senior, 21.89
>> 400: *Trenton Wailehua, Saint Louis junior, 49.42
>> 800: Nicholas Georgia, Kaiser sophomore, 1:57.60
>> 1500: Narayana Schneider, McKinley junior, 4:00.61
>> 3000: Kainalu Pagente, Pearl City sophomore, 9:12.11
>> 110 hurdles: *Rey Cadiz, Baldwin senior, 14.19
>> 300 hurdles: Tanner Moku, Kamehameha junior, 37.99
>> 4×100 relay: Saint Louis (Roman Wilson, Keanu Wallace, Korvin Feagins, Keola Yadao), 41.54
>> 4×400 relay: Radford (Kendall Saxton, Ethan Bean, Michael Edwards, Clayton Edwards), 3:24.32
>> Shot put: Logan Faitau, Farrington senior, 52-4
>> Discus: Apakasi Felemi, Lahainaluna senior, 157-5
>> High jump: Korvin Feagins, Saint Louis senior, 6-7
>> Pole vault: *J. Kai Yamafuji, Punahou junior, 15-1
>> Long jump: Kawika Clemente, Kamehameha sophomore, 22-6.25
>> Triple jump: Kamoi Latu, Saint Louis junior, 45-2.25

GIRLS
>> 100: Mackenzie Reed, Mililani senior, 12.39
>> 200: Mackenzie Reed, Mililani senior, 25.82
>> 400: Mackenzie Reed, Mililani senior, 58.76
>> 800: Maiya Fujiwara, Punahou senior, 2:18.46
>> 1500: Maiya Fujiwara, Punahou senior, 4:47.47
>> 3000: Johanna Seng, Hawaii Baptist sophomore, 10:39.33
>> 100 hurdles: Leilani Leopard, Campbell senior, 15.13
>> 300 hurdles: Naomi Bates, Radford sophomore, 44.33
>> 4×100 relay: *Punahou (Stevie Marvin, Grace Blanchette, Kaylie Klausing, Katie Weeshoff) 49.88
>> 4×400 relay: Punahou (Madee Dougherty, Chloe Gangnath, Ameera Waterford, Elly Swartz), 4:04.95
>> Shot put: Sina Uluave, Punahou senior, 38-7
>> Discus: Zada Tagovailoa, Damien junior, 125-10.5
>> High jump: Waileia Edwards, Kauai senior, 5-3
>> Pole vault: *Tianna Powell, Baldwin junior, 11-9
>> Long jump: *Chenoa Frederick, Kamehameha-Hawaii junior, 18-2.75
>> Triple jump: *Chenoa Frederick, Kamehameha-Hawaii, 39-3

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HAWAII STATE-MEET RECORDS
BOYS
>> 100: Christian Padron, Damien, 10.63 (2017)
>> 200: Andrei Iosivas, Punahou, 21.67 (2018)
>> 400: Bennett Valencia, Punahou, 48.66 (1997)
>> 800: Joey Bunch, Radford, 1:51.1 handheld (1983)
>> 1500: Jac Hebert, Punahou, 4:01.23 (2014)
>> 3000: Kaeo Kruse, Kamehameha, 8:43.12 (2014)
>> 110 hurdles: Rey Cadiz, Baldwin, 14.19 (2019)
>> 300 hurdles: Tanner Moku, Baldwin, 38.07 (2019)
>> 4×100 relay: Saint Louis (Roman Wilson, Keanu Wallace, Korvin Feagins, Keola Yadao) 41.54 (2019)
>> 4×400 relay: Punahou (Justin Pu’u-Robinson, David Tamura, Micah Williams, Andrei Iosivas), 3:19.74 (2018)
>> Shot put: Kaione Crabb, Punahou, 59-8.75 (1997)
>> Discus: Jerrod Avegalio, Kahuku, 186-0 (2003)
>> High jump: Kris Cuaresma-Primm, Mid-Pacific, 6-9 (1998)
>> Pole vault: Bubba Maclean, St. Anthony, 15-3 (1997)
>> Long jump: Anthony Kahoohanohano-Davis, Baldwin, 24-10 (2016)
>> Triple jump: Larry Khan-Smith, Campbell, 48.01 (1986)

GIRLS
>> 100: Kristen O’Handley, Kaiser, 12.01 (2017)
>> 200: Alyssa Bettendorf, Seabury Hall, 24.68 (2014)
>> 400: Endia Abrante, Kaiser, 54.41 (1998)
>> 800: Breanne Ball, ‘Iolani, 2:13.03 (2012)
>> 1500: Zoe Sims, Hawaii Prep, 4:36.22 (2013)
>> 3000: Victoria Chang, Punahou, 9:38.03 (1999)
>> 100 hurdles: Saydee Aganus, Kamehameha-Hawaii, 14.11 (2017)
>> 300 hurdles: Vera Simms, Mililani, 42.80 (2000)
>> 4×100 relay: Radford, (Kaeli Patton, Andrea Hinkle, Sade Meyers, Tyler Whitner), 48.35 (2010)
>> 4×400 relay: ‘Iolani (Breanne Ball, Alyssa Kim, Kama Pascua, Abrianna Johnson-Edwards), 3:57.47 (2012)
>> Shot put: Charlinda Ioane, Kapolei, 45-9.75 (2012)
>> Discus: Joan Gago, Campbell, 160-3 (1982)
>> High jump: Natasha Kai, Kahuku, 5-5 (1999)
>> Pole vault: Amber Kozaki, Baldwin, 13-0 (2013)
>> Long jump: Shari Fox, Leilehua, 19-2.50 (1979)
>> Triple jump: Chenoa Frederick, Kamehameha-Hawaii, 39-10 (2018)

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