Chargers win OIA team championships in Air Riflery and Bowling

Oct 16, 2012 | PC Sports


Last week was one for the record books for Pearl City High School Varsity Athletics as the boys and girls Bowling teams captured the OIA Western Division Team and Individual Varsity Bowling Championships on Thursday followed by the Air Riflery teams winning  the OIA Team and Individual Air Riflery Championships on Saturday.

The Chargers head off to the OIA Varsity Bowling Championships scheduled for this Thursday, October 18 at the Schofield Bowling Center in Wahiawa. The boys and girls teams are defending OIA champions with boys going for third title in a row and the girls looking for back -to-back OIA championship titles.

OIA Western Division Team and Individual Varsity Bowling Championships @ Schofield Bowling Center




Pearl City      2921

High Game / Series   –   Shawn Nakanishi    242/686



Pearl City     2644

High Game / Series  –  Ashlyn Castro   215/589


James Hayashi – Boys

Millie Gomes – Girls


Air Riflery

The boys and girls Pearl City Chargers Air Riflery teams continued their dominance in OIA Team and Individual Air Riflery Championship competition on Saturday, October 12 at the Pearl City High School shooting range as the boys earned their third OIA team championship in a row along with the girls who successfully defended their 2011 title with a 2012 OIA team championship win.

Next up for the Chargers is the HHSAA State Air Riflery Championships to be held at Kamehameha Schools on the Big Island on Tuesday, October 30.

2012 OIA Team and Individual Air Riflery Championships @ Pearl City High School




Pearl City  2034.2

Leilehua    2025.38

High Scorer

Pearl City    Sean Lamorena         520.06

Leilehua     Gavin Au                       524.12


1.       Gavin Au (Lei)  530.1

2.       Tyler Hamada (PC) 524.11

3.       Michael Loui (PC)  524.08

4.       Milton Ibera  (PC)  515.09

5.       Joshua Velasco (Lei) 510.08




Pearl City  1996.28

Leilehua    1981.14

High Scorers

Kristi Takaki (PC)  515.07

Alyssa Miya (Lei)  513.06


1.       Jacquelin Laborin (Lei)  519.07.2

2.       Ashley Somera (PC)       519.05

3.       Alyssa Miya  (Lei)  518.1

4.       Kristi Takaki (PC)  507.09

5.       Kristi-Lin Wasano (PC) 504.11


Lester Aranaydo

Shareen Aranaydo

LeLan Aranaydo

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Pearl City's Sean Lamorena was the high scorer for the Charger boys in the team championship competition won by the Chargers. Lamorena had a high score of  520.06. Leilehua's Gavin Au  had a the top score of 524.12

Go Chargers!