KAHULUI - Lahainaluna High School's Chanse Uyeda won all five of his matches, four by pin, to take the 160-pound title in Saturday's Maui Interscholastic League wrest-ling tournament at the Maui High gym.
Uyeda, who won the 145-pound state title last year, recorded three of his pins in the first period. The only opponent to go the distance was eventual runner-up Giovani Perez of Maui High, who lost 10-3.
The Lunas had five other boys champions - Christian Carbajal (120), Mark Alamon (125), Robert Campos (130), Justin Sadang (171) and Hercules Ma-taafa (215).
Alika Ostermiller of Kamehameha Maui tries to escape from Lanai’s Ryan Amby on the way to winning by fall in a 145-pound match Saturday at Maui High.
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Lahainaluna’s Carly Jaramillo faces Taylor Rabarra in a 130 match — Jaramillo won with a pin.
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Maui High had three boys champions - Gerald Dio-nio (114), Quinn Whitford (152) and Totauhelotu Lotulelei (189). Molokai's Kalen Inouye (135) and Dhavin Spencer-Basa (285) took first place, as did King Kekaulike's Austin Bloch (140) and Keegan Gregg (145) and Baldwin's Jahffrey Akina (108).
Baldwin had three girls champions - Hailey Namauu (155), Courtney Taua (175) and Sydney Ibarra (220) - they all won each of their matches by pin.
Lahainaluna's Kiana Yamat won both her 114 matches by fall, and Amber Kaaihui Falahee (108) and Carly Jaramillo (130) also took titles.
Molokai's Mikayla Pico had three pins and a technical fall in her four matches at 103, and Charisse Manley won the 125 title. Sheylin Patao of Kamehameha Maui was the 140 champion.
Next week's tournament is at Hana.