Warriors sweep Na Alii in bowling

The Kamehameha Schools Maui boys and girls bowling teams each defeated King Kekaulike 3-0 on Saturday, the final day of the Maui Interscholastic League season, at Maui Bowling Center in Wailuku.

The St. Anthony girls beat Lahainaluna 3-0, and the Trojans won 3-0 by forfeit against the Lunas in the boys match.

Anela Brittain had a 156 game for the Warriors (20-10) in the girls match, Destinee Murray had a 153 and Kasie Apo-Takayama added a 142.

Janell Magarifuji’s 152 was the top score for King Kekaulike (8-22). Dtanbi Ikeda had a 136.

In the boys match, Russell Nagamine rolled a 150 for Kamehameha (18-12), Justin Fernandez had a 140 and Toby Plunkett a 126.

King Kekaulike (7-23) got a 145 from Garrett Harrell, a 139 from Dylan Franco and a 134 from Shane Quillayen.

Laura Dodson had games of 131 and 126 for the St. Anthony girls (9-20-1). Kailiann Tuipulotu had a 120 for the Lunas (2-28).

Chaz Fernandez had a 170, the top score of the day, for the Trojans (17-13) in the boys match, Christian Altura-Taal added a 151 and Noa Castleton had a 137. The Lunas finished 0-30.

Trent Hori of boys team champion Maui High finished as the league medalist with a 159.5 average, and teammate Brendan Baker (156.2) was second. Fernandez (151.9) was third.

The undefeated Baldwin girls had the top three individual season scorers – Kristen Espania-Kaeo (146.2) was the medalist, Janiesse Palafox (145.0) was second and Chaniya Silva (138.0) was third.

Chaz Fernandez, Nagamine and Baldwin’s Jaylen Kama-Cabanting and Stuart Silva earned the MIL’s individual boys state-qualifying spots.

Murray, Dodson and Maui High’s Jessica Saki and Stephanie Imada were the girls individual qualifiers.