Paddling
KS-Kapalama sweeps HHSAA Paddling Championships


 



It was a clean sweep for Kamehameha-Kapalama, who claimed the boys, girls and mixed crew titles at the HHSAA Canoe Paddling Championship at Keehi Lagoon.

Kamehameha won the boys final in convincing fashion, finishing with a time of 3:32.73, more than five seconds ahead of second place Punahou (3:37.22). Kealakehe (3:37.47), Le Jardin (3:38.72) and Kalaheo (3:40.65) rounded out the top five.

The Warrior girls won with a time of 4:06.40, followed by Pac-Five (4:08.32), Molokai (4:12.12), Kalaheo (4:12.42) and Kamehameha-Maui (4:16.36).

In the mixed crew final, Kamehameha finished with a 3:49.30 time, with Seabury Hall (3:53.47) second, followed by Hawaii Prep (3:55.48), Kapa'a (3:58.11) and Punahou (4:01.00).


FINAL RESULTS

VARSITY BOYS
1. Kamehameha-Kapalama - 3:32.73
2. Punahou - 3:37.22
3. Kealakehe - 3:37.47
4. Le Jardin - 3:38.72
5. Kalaheo - 3:40.65
6. Hawaii Prep - 3:41.53
7. Roosevelt - 3:44.68
8. Seabury Hall - 3:46.88

VARSITY GIRLS
1. Kamehameha-Kapalama - 4:06.40
2. Pac-Five - 4:08.32
3. Molokai - 4:12.12
4. Kalaheo - 4:12.42
5. Kamehameha-Maui - 4:16.36
6. Seabury Hall - 4:16.77
7. Punahou - 4:22.25
8. Konawaena - 4:28.80

VARSITY MIXED
1. Kamehameha-Kapalama - 3:49.30
2. Seabury Hall - 3:53.47
3. Hawaii Prep - 3:55.48
4. Kapa'a - 3:58.11
5. Punahou - 4:01.00
6. Kalaheo - 4:03.32
7. Roosevelt - 4:05.11
8. Kealakehe - 4:05.45


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