LAHAINA - The winning team caught 31 roi in the Roi Round-up on Nov. 6 off Lahaina.
Peter Colombo and Jeremy Selg scored a total of 4,526 points to take first place in the spearfishing competition that removes invasive fish from Maui offshore waters.
Teams received 146 points for each roi caught, 50 points for each toau and 50 points for each taape.
Peter Colombo (left) and Jeremy Selg took first place in the Roi Round-up held Nov. 6. They received their award at the Hard Rock Cafe.
Maui Roi Round-up / JAY MOLINA photo
Hans Buetzer and Brandon Riley finished second with 3,650 points and 25 roi.
Dean Kawamura brought in the largest roi, at 3.2 pounds. Colombo had the smallest roi at 1.7 ounces.
The team of Dana Hue Sing and Brendan Lee caught the most taape, with 10; and CJ Casco and George Vierra brought in the only toau.
There were 48 divers and 24 teams participating in the event. A total of 217 fish were caught, 205 of them roi.
With each average-sized roi estimated to consume 146 native reef fish per year, the event saved 29,930 native fish, a news release about the event said.