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Kaalekahi Shoots Second, Davis Third at MILs

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The boys’ and girls’ teams celebrated their seniors at the MILs. Photo by Lee DeRouin.

Molokai High School’s Keaa Davis saved her best for last.

At last Saturday’s Maui Interscholastic League air riflery championships, the senior shooter finished in a season-high third place with 500 points in the girls’ individual competition. Teammate Jershon Kaalekahi placed second with 504 points for the boys, as reported by The Maui News.

Cody Nip joined Kaalekahi on the medal podium in third place. Nip posted 501 points and the second highest prone total at 188. Josh Cabreros’ 477 points tied him for ninth place, while Edwin Greenleaf came in 46th with 353 points to put the team in fourth overall.

The girls’ team came in fifth overall with 1,809 points. Sonja Angst was Molokai’s second highest finisher in 13th place with 466 points, while Rhe-Zhene Puailihau finished 28th with 433.

Hiilani Kaiama-Kanuha (410 points) tied for 42nd out of 73, Journey Miguel (385) tied for 52nd, Jaycee Davis (357) came in 59th, Melody Kaili-Kalua (349) was 62nd and Alysha Agliam (343) followed at 63rd.

The state air riflery championships take place on Maui on Tues., Oct. 27.

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