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April 17, 2005

Posted on: Sunday, April 17, 2005

Mililani girls win 20th in row

Advertiser Staff

Mililani's varsity girls won their 20th consecutive O'ahu Interscholastic Association Western Division track and field championship yesterday at their home track.

The Trojans made it a sweep, capturing the boys varsity and junior varsity and girls junior varsity titles.

In the varsity girls, Mililani scored 132 points, followed by Pearl City (119) and Radford (69).

In the boys varsity, the Trojans had 112.5 points, followed by Pearl City (91), Kapolei (65) and Radford (64.5).

Marina Gusman-Brown of Pearl City won four events, including the 100 meters (12.52 seconds), the 200 (26.47), the long jump (16 feet, 9 1/2 inches) and the triple jump (34-05).

Sara Mitman of Mililani won the 1,500 (5:17.70) and 3,000 (11:37.18).

'Aiea's Konae Purcell won the discus (120-05) and shot put (36-02).

Jonovan Santos of Mililani won the boys 100 (11.34) and 200 (23.08). Bryson Pascua of Pearl City won the 1,500 (4:20.74) and 800 (2:02.06).

Kahuku boys, Kaiser girls tops

Kahuku won the boys title and Kaiser won the girls title at the OIA Eastern Division track and field championships at Kaiser High School.

The Red Raiders amassed 136 points, followed by Castle (88) and Moanalua (73).

The Cougars scored 156 points, followed by Kalaheo (85), and Castle (52).

Kahuku swept the boys and girls junior varsity titles.

Cheynah Farley of Castle won four girls events: the 100 (12.7), 400 (61.1), 200 (26.6) and high jump (4-08). Courtney Clement of Moanalua won the 1,500 (5:13.6) and 3,000 (11:18.9).

Kahuku's Redmond Tutor won the boys 400 (51.7), long jump (21-01) and triple jump (43-01). Joshua Villoria of Farrington won the 100 (10.8) and (22.2). The Red Raider boys swept the 4x100 and 4x400 relays.

The OIA varsity championships are May 5 and 7 at Mililani High School. The OIA junior varsity championships are Thursday and Saturday.

The state championships, also at Mililani, are May 12 and 14.