Saludares, Hirata take BIIF golf titles

Waiakea’s Kaley Saludares came from three shots back to pass first-round leader Shantel Antonio of Kamehameha-Hawaii and win the BIIF girls golf championship at the Club at Hokulia on Tuesday.

Sauludares shot a 9-over 81 in the second round to finish at 16-over 160, 3 shots clear of Antonio.

On the boys side, Waiakea’s Trevor Hirata fired a 68 on Tuesday to finish 17 shots ahead of second-place Shon Kitahira, who is Hirata’s Warriors teammate. Hirata also had a 68 in the first round at Hualalai on Sunday and wound up at 8-under 136.

The top five boys and girls golfers follow.

BIIF individual championship
April 26 at Hualalai, April 28 at the Club at Hokulia
Par 72-72-144
Boys top five

1. Trevor Hirata, Waiakea, 68-68—136
2. Shon Kirahira, Waiakea, 78-75—153
3. Preston Ching, Kamehameha-Hawaii, 76-78—154
4. Kala‘i Pomroy, Kamehameha-Hawaii, 79-78—157
5. Eric Kagawa, Waiakea, 80-86—166

Girls top five
1. Kaley Saludares, Waiakea, 79-81—160
2. Shantel Antonio, Kamehameha-Hawaii, 76-87—163
3. Anne Nakamoto, Waiakea, 83-90—173
4. Kaelyn Uchida, Waiakea, 82-92—174
5. Keely Kitamura, Waiakea, 87-103—190


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