7th Heaven, Pearl City Boys roll deeper into team championship history lane (11/4/2016)

7th Heaven, Pearl City Boys roll deeper into team championship history lane (11/
7th Heaven, Pearl City Boys roll deeper into team championship history lane (11/
7th Heaven, Pearl City Boys roll deeper into team championship history lane (11/
7th Heaven, Pearl City Boys roll deeper into team championship history lane (11/
7th Heaven, Pearl City Boys roll deeper into team championship history lane (11/
7th Heaven, Pearl City Boys roll deeper into team championship history lane (11/
7th Heaven, Pearl City Boys roll deeper into team championship history lane (11/
7th Heaven, Pearl City Boys roll deeper into team championship history lane (11/
7th Heaven, Pearl City Boys roll deeper into team championship history lane (11/
7th Heaven, Pearl City Boys roll deeper into team championship history lane (11/
7th Heaven, Pearl City Boys roll deeper into team championship history lane (11/
7th Heaven, Pearl City Boys roll deeper into team championship history lane (11/
7th Heaven, Pearl City Boys roll deeper into team championship history lane (11/
7th Heaven, Pearl City Boys roll deeper into team championship history lane (11/
7th Heaven, Pearl City Boys roll deeper into team championship history lane (11/
7th Heaven, Pearl City Boys roll deeper into team championship history lane (11/

Pearl City Charger Boys, 7X State Bowling Champions!

Pearl City rolled their way to their 7th Billy Tees / HHSAA Hawaii State Boys Bowling Team Championship in row on Friday at Leeward Bowl in Pearl City. The Chargers beat the Mililani Trojans 7945 - 7839 after 3 rounds and 9 games in the 2-day championship tournament to win the team championship.

Kristopher Yadao and Imi Nakamara finished 1 & 2 in individual state championship standings. Yadao swept the OIA West, OIA, and State individual and team championships for the second year in a row (2015, 2016).

Yadao rolled to a 3 round, 9 game total pin count of 1875 to capture the individual state championship. Nakamura rolled a total pin count of 1744 for a close second place finish.

Congratulations to Head Coach James Hayashi and his Charger Boys and supporters for an incredible season and perpetuation of the Pearl City Charger Boys Bowling Program Dynasty and Legacy that lives on!

Photos by Barry Villamil | barry@mypearlcity.com