Warriors in eighth place after first day
The Maui News
The Kamehameha Schools Maui girls bowling team was in eighth place after the first day of the Billy Tees State Championships on Thursday at Kauai Lanes.
The Warriors, champions of the Maui Interscholastic League, had a total of 3,993 with six of nine games completed — the last three games will be bowled today.
Brianne Reformina led Kamehameha Maui with a total of 888 — she had a high game of 207 — and was tied for 48th place. King Kekaulike’s Kiley Kochi had the best score among MIL bowlers with a 929, putting her in 30th place.
Leilehua’s Gwen Maeha led the individual competition at 1,226, 100 pins in front of Mid-Pacific’s Saige Yamada. Campbell led the team standings at 4,837.
The first six games of the boys tournament were contested following the girls Thursday evening. Through three games, MIL champion Kamehameha Maui was in eighth place with a score of 2,187. Mililani led the team standings at 2,706.
Dillon Ikeda of King Kekaulike was the top MIL performer at 479, in 62nd place. The individual leader was Saint Louis’ Hunter Lum (632).