Kalani’s Manta captures third OIA tourney

Kalani’s Miki Manta shot a 1-over 73 to win the OIA golf tournament No. 7 at Makalena Golf Course on Monday.

Manta, who also won previously this season at West Loch and Ala Wai, finished three shots ahead of Falcons teammate Kaia Takaki.

On the boys side, Kailua’s Caleb Keohokapu won his first outright tournament of the season with a 3-under 69, three strokes ahead of second-place Joseph Vallespin of Moanalua. Last Saturday, Keohokapu shared medalist honors with Moanalua’s Nickolas Nelson.

OIA Golf Tournament No. 7
Makalena Golf Course
Monday, March 30, 2015
Girls Top 10

1. Miki Manta, Kalani, 73
2. Kaia Takaki, Kalani, 76
3. Iris Kawada, Castle, 78
4. (tie) Randi Kim, Moanalua, 80
4. (tie) Isabella Lesa, Moanalua, 80
4. (tie) Courtney Tabion, Leilehua, 80
7. (tie) Keila Baladad, Kaiser, 81
7. (tie) Ashley Koza, Mililai, 81
9. Kira Nakamoto, Mililani, 82
10. Kimberly Katayama, Aiea, 84

Boys Top 10
1. Caleb Keohokapu, Kailua, 69
2. Joseph Vallespin, Moanalua, 72
3. Robert Choi, Kalani, 73
4. (tie) Ray Kim, Moanalua, 74
4. (tie) Desmond Mello, Moanalua, 74
6. Jaren Nishimoto, Kaiser, 75
7. (tie) Brendan Baker, Campbell, 77
7. (tie) Derek Chinen, Jr., Castle, 77
7. (tie) Nicholas Furusho, Leilehua, 77
10. (tie) Joseph Condry, Kalani, 79
10. (tie) Colby Gunderson, Castle, 79


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