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  • May 15, 2022
2022 Track And Field Top Times And Distances

Hawaii High School Track And Field Top Times And Distances In 2022

Updated: May 15

BOYS
>> 100 meters: Joseph Randolph, Baldwin junior, 10.61
>> 200: Joseph Randolph, Baldwin junior, 21.62
>> 400: Kainoa Ronquilio, Punahou junior, 50.00
>> 800: Jared Cantere, Maui senior, 1:59.92
>> 1,500: Parker Wagnild, Mid-Pacific senior, 4:07.65
>> 3,000: Parker Wagnild, Mid-Pacific senior, 8:56.92
>> 110 hurdles: Noah Harris, Kamehameha senior, 15.33
>> 300 hurdles: Reece Kosaki, Kalani senior, 39.97
>> 4×100 relay: Saint Louis (Yosei Takahashi, Kanoa Monteilh, Vu Nguyen, Trech Kekahuna), 42.91
>> 4×400 relay: Kapolei (Josiah Del Prado, Jordan McQueen, Kunique Randall-Parker, Jason Kealoha), 3:24.73
>> Shot put: John-Keawe Sagapolutele, Punahou junior, 51 feet, 11.50 inches
>> Discus: Ezra Laga, Baldwin senior, 159-04
>> High jump: William Reed, Saint Louis junior, 6-4
>> Pole vault: Stephen Chezik, Mililani senior, 14-0
>> Long jump: Kanoa Mahiko, Kaiser senior, 24-4.5
>> Triple jump: Jordan McQueen, Kapolei senior, 46-04.50

GIRLS
>> 100: Caiya Hanks, Konawaena senior, 12.33
>> 200: Ja’lyn Deichert, King Kekaulike freshman, 24.6 (handheld)
>> 400: Jordy Davenport, Hawaii Baptist Academy junior, 58.45
>> 800: Sasha Iizuka-Sheeley, Punahou junior, 2:21.85
>> 1,500: Isabella Ford, Punahou junior, 4:44.90
>> 3,000: Kaylee Volner, Seabury Hall senior, 10:17.93
>> 100 hurdles: Tatum Moku, Kamehameha junior, 15.18
>> 300 hurdles: Tatum Moku, Kamehameha junior, 47.56
>> 4×100 relay: Punahou (Gabby Smith, Kelsey Ann Sato, Vani Salanoa, Hannah Miura), 49.46
>> 4×400 relay: Punahou (Hannah Miura, Natalie Kaku, Kylie Moniz, Vani Salanoa), 4:04.22
>> Shot put: Angeludi Asaah, Radford senior, 39-11.50
>> Discus: Taina Tanuvasa, Kalani senior, 132-04
>> High jump: Lexi King, ‘Iolani junior, 5-4
>> Pole vault: Tatum Moku, Kamehameha junior, 13-1
>> Long jump: Olivia Reed, St. Andrew’s Prior senior, 18-01.25
>> Triple jump: Elle Rimando, Mililani senior, 38-00

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Hawaii High School 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, Kamehameha, 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 Preparatory Academy, 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: Tatum Moku, 13-1 (2022)
>> Long jump: Shari Fox, Leilehua, 19-2.50 (1979)
>> Triple jump: Chenoa Frederick, Kamehameha-Hawaii, 39-10 (2018)

2 Comments

  • Mahalo for covering Track and Field. The Star Advertiser has been lacking. States this weekend will be exciting to watch. 🤙🏽

    • Thanks for your readership, Marlon!!! Yes, I agree that sates should be really interesting with a lot of great matchups in some of the events.

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