Terada, Guzman lead after 54 holes
Maui High School’s Jordan Terada and Reese Guzman lead heading into today’s final round of the Maui Interscholastic League individual golf championships.
Terada shot a boys-best 9-over 81 during Friday’s third round at The Dunes at Maui Lani to take a three-shot lead over St. Anthony’s Chad Lee.
Terada, who finished fifth at last year’s state tournament, was at 22-over 238.
Lee, who gave up a seven-shot lead in the second round last week, rebounded to shoot an 83. Seabury Hall’s Ryan Chang (86) was another three shots back.
Second-round leader Hudson Holland of Maui Prep carded a 96 to fall 14 shots off the lead.
As she had done each of the previous two rounds, defending MIL girls champion Guzman extended her lead with the best score of the day, a 5-over 77. The Sabers junior, who was the state runner-up last season, leads Baldwin’s Jaelin Ishikawa (78) by 17 shots at 3-over 219.
The Bears’ Lana Calibuso-Kwee shot a 79 and was at 237.
The tournament’s final round starts at 10:30 a.m. today at the Kapalua Bay Course.
MIL INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
Friday’s Third Round
At The Dunes at Maui Lani
Reese Guzman, Maui High 70-72-77–219
Jaelin Ishikawa, Baldwin 79-79-78–236
Lana Calibuso-Kwee, Baldwin 81-77-79–237
Joy Callinan, Seabury Hall 81-78-81–240
Summer Wong, Seabury Hall 78-84-80–242
Alexa Jackson, Baldwin 79-86-89–254
Emily Mitra, Maui High 84-91-82–257
Hoku Nagamine, Kamehameha Maui 84-89-89–262
Katherine Swor, Baldwin 83-96-88–267
Kelsey Sparks, Seabury Hall 90-90-90–270
Hannah Valencia, Lahainaluna 85-94-91–270
Sienna Kawahara, Baldwin 87-91-96–274
Jillian Ped, Maui High 93-97-109—299
Katebel Jose, King Kekaulike 96-97-120–313
Jordan Terada, Maui High 74-83-81–238
Chad Lee, St. Anthony 67-91-83–241
Ryan Chang, Seabury Hall 80-78-86–244
Matt Ramelb, Lahainaluna 80-84-82–246
Pierce Dowd, Seabury Hall 77-83-88–248
Jensen Powley, Lahainaluna 75-85-89–249
Beau Johnston, Maui Prep 84-82-85–251
Hudson Holland, Maui Prep 80-76-96–252
Kyle Sparks, Seabury Hall 80-84-91–255
Marlon Bortoff, Maui High 76-93-89–258
Dane Abarra, Kamehameha Maui 79-90-92–261
Hudson Jackson, Seabury Hall 81-86-95–262
Kaleb Makimoto, Maui High 75-89-99–263
Asher Aspili, Maui High 82-90-92–264
Daniel Judge, Seabury Hall 83-87-95–265
Jordan Mitsumura, Kamehameha Maui 87-96-87–270
Daniel Graziano, Seabury Hall 86-91-94–271
Trevor Onaga, King Kekaulike 86-89-100–275
Jonas Marcial, Lahainaluna 101-85-89–275
Akiva Bluh, Maui Prep 89-95-102–286
Puniawa Vedder, Kamehameha Maui 85-91-116–292
Griffin Gibson, Maui Prep 92-92-108–292
Max Flammer, Seabury Hall 86-99-107–292
Nathan Gani, Lanai 84-98-115–297
Brian Kaopuiki Galiza, Lanai 100-100-99–299
Kaito Nishiji, Lahainaluna 97-97-111–305