Track and Field
Mililani sweeps OIA track and field championships


 



Mililani captured both the boys and girls team titles at the OIA Track and Field Championships on Saturday at Pearl City High School.

Led by senior distance runner Zola O'Donnell and junior sprinter Deiona Carter, the Mililani girls repeated as OIA champs and took home the title for a record 14th time. The Lady Trojans scored 114 points in 16 events to dominate the field.

Kaiser was second with 63 points, and Roosevelt was third with 58.

Led by senior jumper Cal'von Baker and senior sprinter Jaylan Johnson, the Mililani boys won their 10th overall OIA title, and first since 2017. The Trojans scored 101 points to top Moanalua (83) and Kahuku (42).

O'Donnell won both the 1500 and 3000 meter races and set new OIA records in both. She ran the 1500 in 4 minutes, 48.94 seconds, beating the previous record by more than five seconds.

Less than two hours later, O'Donnell ran the 3000 in 10:34.05, beating the previous record by more than 11 seconds. The runner-up came in well behind her at 11:02.62

Carter was a double-winner in the girls division, placing first in the 100 and 200 meter races. Other individual girls champions from Mililani were senior Atina Eleila Fonoti in the discus and freshman Ashlynn Mahelona in the pole vault.

Roosevelt senior Tiana Burgess was the top individual performer, accounting for 46 points, including four first-place finishes. She won the 100 and 300 meter hurdles, the long jump and the triple jump. Burgess set an OIA record in the triple jump with a mark of 37 feet, 5.5 inches.

The Mililani boys took first place in five different events. Baker won the high jump and the triple jump, and also placed fifth in the long jump. Johnson won the 100 meter dash and was part of the Trojans' winning 4x100 relay team.

The other Mililani individual boys win came from Payton Mukkada in the 3000.

Kalani junior Yuta Cole set an OIA record in the 1500, clocking in at 4:01.35, topping the previous mark by more than two seconds.

The top six finishers in each event score team points. The top performers in each event advance to the state championship meet, May 5-6 at War Memorial Stadium, Wailuku, Maui.

BOYS

Team

1. Mililani 101
2. Moanalua 83
3. Kahuku 42
4. Kalani 40
5. Kapolei 36
6. Pearl City 33
7. Radford 25
8. Roosevelt 24
9t. Kalaheo 22
9t. Farrington 22
11. Castle 20
12. Campbell 19
13. Kaiser 16
14. Leilehua 6
15. Waianae 4
16. Waipahu 2
17. Kaimuki 1

100

1. Jaylan Johnson (Mililani) 10.99
2. Jalen Keller (Kalaheo) 11.05
3. Madden Soliai (Kahuku) 11.08
4. Kai Strawn (Kaiser) 11.27
5. Jeremy Garner II (Moanalua) 11.37
6. Koali'i Torres (Pearl City) 11.42

200

1. Jalen Keller (Kalaheo) 22.43
2. Jaylan Johnson (Mililani) 22.84
3. Luke Kaneshiro (Castle) 23.01
4. Sean Connell (Kaiser) 23.03
5. Marcus Rodriguez (Pearl City) 23.06
6. Coby Tanioka (Castle) 23.08

400

1. Marcus Rodriguez (Pearl City) 49.85
2. Sean Connell (Kaiser) 50.06
3. Rahieum Lee (Moanalua) 50.68
4. Malik Coleman (Moanalua) 51.10
5. Malik Jackson (Campbell) 51.70
6. Michael Hayslett (Radford) 51.73

800

1. Rahieum Lee (Moanalua) 2:00.39
2. Robbey Navarro (Mililani) 2:00.81
3. Yuta Cole (Kalani) 2:02.47
4. Michael Abunimeh (Radford) 2:03.47
5. Ethan Phan (Roosevelt) 2:03.80
6. Riley Herradura (Campbell) 2:06.06

1500

1. Yuta Cole (Kalani) 4:01.35*
2. Thomas Rosenbalm (Mililani) 4:15.54
3. Michael Abunimeh (Radford) 4:15.79
4. Sage Soto (Kapolei) 4:15.96
5. Riley Herradura (Campbell) 4:16.82
6. Colin Shimabukuro (Moanalua) 4:18.32

3000

1. Payton Mukkada (Mililani) 9:29.52
2. Colin Shimabukuro (Moanalua) 9:40.42
3. Sage Soto (Kapolei) 9:40.84
4. CJ Loomis (Kalaheo) 9:41.00
5. Roberto Espinoza (Mililani) 9:43.92
6. Luke Anderson (Mililani) 9:45.91

110 Hurdles

1. Joshua Sanders (Moanalua) 14.90
2. Diamond Hanohano-Pastushin (Campbell) 15.53
3. Reshod Scott (Moanalua) 15.82
4. Brock Fonoimoana (Kahuku) 16.16
5. Isaiah Hill (Moanalua) 16.40
6. Ares Pasion (Mililani) 16.78

300 Hurdles

1. Tyler Grune (Kalani) 40.53
2. Timothy Wallace (Mililani) 41.00
3. Reshod Scott (Moanalua) 41.21
4. Reece Poscablo (Roosevelt) 41.40
5. Thomas Feeney (Roosevelt) 41.74
6. Diamond Hanohano-Pastushin (Campbell) 41.85

4x100 Relay

1. Mililani (Timothy Wallace. Tuan Pettaway. Andrew Manivong. Jaylan Johnson) 43.10
2. Moanalua 43.51
3. Kahuku 43.67
4. Pearl City 43.81
5. Castle 44.36
6. Campbell 44.38

4x400 Relay

1. Moanalua (Isaiah Hill. Joshua Sanders. Rahieum Lee. Malik Coleman) 3:26.84
2. Pearl City 3:28.77
3. Castle 3:30.16
4. Kalani 3:30.58
5. Radford 3:31.63
6. Mililani 3:31.78

High Jump

1. Cal'von Baker (Mililani) 6-05
2. Matis Aguilar (Roosevelt) 6-01
3. Kalai Wells (Kahuku) 5-07
4. Makana Taylor (Kapolei) 5-07
5. Jaylan Johnson (Mililani) 5-07
6. Alex McBride (Kapolei) 5-05

Long Jump

1. Joshua Sanders (Moanalua) 22-05.00
2. Bradley Kansou (Pearl City) 21-02.50
3. Timothy Arnold (Leilehua) 20-09.25
4. Joshua Santiago (Waianae) 20-02.00
5. Cal'von Baker (Mililani) 20-05.00
6. Dante Peltier (Kaimuki) 20-00.25

Triple Jump

1. Cal'von Baker (Mililani) 42-05.00
2. Brock Fonoimoana (Kahuku) 42-01.50
3. Joey Chu (Kalani) 41-09.00
4. Ryder Iwata (Kalani) 41-04.50
5. Aaron Dumaslan (Waipahu) 41-03.50
6. Leonard Ah You (Kahuku) 40-07.50

Pole Vault

1. Jonathan Benchoff (Radford) 12-03.00
2. Nathan Au (Roosevelt) 11-09.00
3. Hayden Ramiscal (Mililani) 11-03.00
4. Luke Kaneshiro (Castle) 11-03.00
5. Jacob Futch (Radford) 10-03.00
6. Jarrett Usui (Castle) 10-03.00

Shot Put

1. Stanley Raass (Kahuku) 51-04.00
2. Jacob Maneafaiga (Farrington) 46-10.00
3. Shyson Cachuela (Kapolei) 46-04.25
4. Javian Goo (Kapolei) 43-07.75
5. Keoni McLeod (Waianae) 43-00.50
6. Kaulana-David Neilson (Kapolei) 41-11.25

Discus

1. Shyson Casuela (Kapolei) 141-05
2. Jacob Maneafaiga (Farrington) 140-07
3. Kilinahe Aki (Farrington) 140-04
4. Tnias Tavale (Campbell) 139-08
5. Kingston Samuelu (Mililani) 136-00
6. Sione Pasi (Kahuku) 134-04


GIRLS

Team

1. Mililani 114
2. Kaiser 63
3. Roosevelt 58
4. Radford 53
5. Kahuku 40
6. Moanalua 34
7. Leilehua 31
8. Kalaheo 28
9t. Campbell 18
9t. Kapolei 18
11. Pearl City 11
12. Castle 9
13. Kalani 8
14. Farrington 6
15. Waianae 4
16. Waialua 1

100

1. Deiona Carter (Mililani) 12.54
2. Apetahi Anderson (Kahuku) 12.66
3. Tiana Burgess (Roosevelt) 12.70
4. Myesha Graham (Leilehua) 12.74
5. Amelia Stebe (Radford) 12.76
6. Kaitlyn Redding (Campbell) 13.08

200

1. Deiona Carter (Mililani) 25.91
2. Katie Marquardsen (Kahuku) 26.01
3. Amelia Stebe (Radford) 26.47
4. Isabella Bryant (Leilehua) 26.75
5. Myesha Graham (Leilehua) 26.80
6. Melany DeSouza (Moanalua) 27.14

400

1. Amelia Stebe (Radford) 58.18
2. Deiona Carter (Mililani) 59.36
3. Erin Lam (Moanalua) 60.31
4. Sierra Long (Pearl City) 61.29
5. ChaWei Quinn (Kalaheo) 62.30
6. Tatiana Smith (Kapolei) 62.37

800

1. Kimberly McCoy (Kaiser) 2:22.83
2. Dahila Monson (Kaiser) 2:32.44
3. Kendall Henningsen (Radford) 2:34.84
4. Dejhalyn Lopez (Campbell) 2:34.93
5. Isis-Jade Bryant (Moanalua) 2:35.24
6. Kelsea Cummings (Waialua) 2:35.41

1500

1. Zola O'Donnell (Mililani) 4:48.94*
2. Eve Cody (Kalaheo) 5:06.70
3. Ellie Ikemura (Mililani) 5:10.42
4. Dahila Monson (Kaiser) 5:15.98
5. Ariana Cadina (Roosevelt) 5:17.93
6. Rachel Hamasaki (Kaiser) 5:18.63

3000

1. Zola O'Donnell (Mililani) 10:34.05*
2. Eve Cody (Kalaheo) 11:02.62
3. Ellie Ikemura (Mililani) 11:18.61
4. Rachel Hamasaki (Kaiser) 11:28.24
5. Madeline Grant (Moanalua) 11:43.71
6. Ashlyn Jacobsen (Campbell) 11:44.71

100 Hurdles

1. Tiana Burgess (Roosevelt) 14.84
2. Jazmin Smith (Moanalua) 15.50
3. Camryn Smith (Radford) 16.77
4. Brooke Yamamoto (Kalani) 17.15
5. Cammie Len (Kaiser) 17.41
6. Devon Hall (Roosevelt) 17.73

300 Hurdles

1. Tiana Burgess (Roosevelt) 46.13
2. Camryn Smith (Radford) 47.44
3. Devon Hall (Roosevelt) 49.07
4. Myesha Graham (Leilehua) 50.23
5. Cammie Len (Kaiser) 50.40
6. Haylie Oshiro (Castle) 52.45

4x100 Relay

1. Kapolei (Keanie Patinio. Makayla Smith. Fyndiah Bradford. Krista Cox) 50.71
2. Leilehua 50.80
3. Kahuku 51.30
4. Campbell 51.80
5. Moanalua 52.10
6. Kalani 52.62

4x400 Relay

1. Radford (Camryn Smith. Georjiena Torres. Amelia Stebe. Annaise Jabour) 4:06.81
2. Mililani 4:09.77
3. Kapolei 4:16.45
4. Pearl City 4:18.90
5. Moanalua 4:19.68
6. Leilehua 4:21.81

High Jump

1. Olivia Holmquist (Kalaheo) 5-01.00
2. Vanessa Steenhuis (Kaiser) 4-11.00
3. Nayomi Toilolo (Kahuku) 4-11.00
4t. Jah-Naya Reyes-Duffey (Roosevelt) 4-11.00
4t. Kendall Henningsen (Radford) 4-11.00
6. Julia Carmona (Mililani) 4-09.00

Triple Jump

1. Tiana Burgess (Roosevelt) 37-05.00*
2. Julia Carmona (Mililani) 36-10.50
3. Haylee Jarvis (Mililani) 35-05.00
4. Cammie Len (Kaiser) 33-06.75
5. Kendall Henningsen (Radford) 33-06.50
6. Mia Garvin (Kalani) 32-08.50

Pole Vault

1. Ashlynn Mahelona (Mililani) 9-09
2. Kacy Katsuda (Castle) 9-09
3. Reece Pascua (Moanalua) 9-03
4. Robin Dallas (Moanalua) 9-03
5. Hoku Tiwanak (Kaiser) 8-09
6. Emma Campagna (Moanalua) 7-09

Long Jump

1. Tiana Burgess (Roosevelt) 18-02.00
2. Myesha Graham (Leilehua) 17-08.75
3. Julia Carmona (Mililani) 17-00.00
4. Alyzah Shifflett (Waianae) 15-11.00
5. Kokona Watanabe (Kalani) 15-09.25
6. Kaiesha Deweever (Pearl City) 15-07.25

Shot Put

1. Valo Sopoaga (Kaiser) 38-00.50
2. Serenity Lepaga-Telona (Campbell) 34-11.00
3. Lemoe Kim (Farrington) 33-09.00
4. Maia Esera (Kahuku) 33-06.50
5. Josephyn Vea (Pearl City) 33-05.00
6. Tehani Samuelu-Tuatagaloa (Mililani) 32-11.00

Discus

1. Atina Eleila Fonoti (Mililani) 106-05.50
2. Valo Sopoaga (Kaiser) 102-04.00
3. Caroline Mikaele (Kahuku) 101-09.00
4. Tehani Samuelu-Tuatagaloa (Mililani) 98-09.00
5. Maia Esera (Kahuku) 96-02.50
6. Skye Rodrigues-Mawae (Kapolei) 94-11

*New OIA record





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