Lunas sweep Farmers, reclaim first place
The Lahainaluna High School boys golf team won two matches against Molokai on Friday at the Kaanapali Kai Course and moved back into first place in the Maui Interscholastic League standings.
The Lunas won the first match 181-221, and the second 166-210.
Kaimi Kanaha of Lahainaluna (10-0) had the low rounds of each match, carding a 40 in the first, and a 39 in the second.
The Farmers fell to 4-7-1.
The Lunas’ other scorers in the first match were Rhett Wiseman (46), Tristan Villa (47) and Lance Ito (48). Antonio Bak had a 62.
Damien Garces had a 46 for Molokai, Willy Dela Cruz had a 49, Kane Vendiola carded a 59 and Cody Kawano had a 67.
In the second match, Ito and Villa each had rounds of 40, and Wiseman recorded a 47. Bak’s score was 62.
Garces posted a 46, Dela Cruz shot 47, Kawano had a 58 and Vendiola a 59.
MAUI HIGH BOYS 206, KING KEKAULIKE 263
At Pukalani Country Club, Dylan Manibog had a 44 and Chase Baker a 45 for Maui High (3-7).
The Sabers’ Maynard Guillermo shot 58, and Wesley Sakutori carded a 59. Colton Rishard had an 80.
Jordan Beesly’s 59 was the low score for King Kekaulike (0-12). Austin Ferreira had a 61, Michael Kleeman a 70 and Thomas Peterson a 73.
SEABURY HALL BOYS 196, MAUI PREP 241
At The Dunes at Maui Lani in Kahului, Dawud Moragne’s 40 led the way for Seabury Hall (3-6-1).
The Spartans got a 45 from Nate Thomas, while Max Hurd shot 49 and Justin Medeiros had a 62. Seabury alternate Bruno Bernacchi posted a 59.
Adam Quandt of Maui Prep (3-7-0) had the low round of the match, a 39. Corey McMurray carded a 52, Zac Giles shot 66 and Nick Head had an 84.