OIA Champs & States

Anyone got results on the OIAs yesterday?

And hows the lineup for states look like?

Submitted by dlee on Sun, 01/30/2011 - 10:43am



Kalaheo, Kalaheo, Kalaheo, and more Kalaheo. 6 for 6. i dont think any school has ever swept all divisions at OIA championships before. hats off to the coaches and students. results arent posted up on the OIA website and havent found anything on staradvertiser


#1 Sun, 01/30/2011 - 11:33am


Best ever?


#2 Sun, 01/30/2011 - 12:42pm


JV Girls-
1 Kalaheo 4:35.27
2 Kaiser 4:44.90
3 Pearl City 4:52.58
4 Waipahu 4:55.87
5 Radford 4:57.34
6 Campbell 5:00.67
7 Leilehua 5:08.40
8 Kalani 5;08.96
9 Moanalua 5:11.44
10 Mililani 5:12.67
11 McKinley 5:15.40

JV Boys-
1 Kalaheo 3:59.71
2 McKinley 4:05.64
3 Kaiser 4:09.87
4 Kailua 4:15.45
5 Kapolei 4:16.07
6 Campbell 4:20.08
7 Waianae 4:20.45
8 Waipahu 4:22.09
9 Radford 4:28.96
10 Moanalua 4:33.88
11 Mililani 4:35.22
12 Kalani 4:42.52

Varsity Girls-
1 Kalaheo 9:16.33
2 Kapolei 9:43.13
3 Nanakuli 9:45.66
4 Kaiser 9:50.51
5 Moanalua 9:56.29
6 Roosevelt 9:57.14
7 Leilehua 9:58.05
8 Aiea 9:58.87
9 Pearly City 10:01.69
10 Kailua 10:07.75
11 Waianae 10:28.63
DQ Anuenue 10:04.98 burried the flag

Varsity Boys-
1 Kalaheo 8:05.04
2 Kailua 8:06.72
3 Roosevelt 8:15.49
4 Kaiser 8:17.09
5 Nanakuli 8:20.83
6 Waialua 8:22.65
7 Moanalua 8:38.62
8 Kalani 8:38.91
9 Mililani 8:45.89
10 Waianae 8:52.57
11 Campbell 8:55.50
12 Radford 9:07.53

JV Mix-
1 Kalaheo 4:05.54
2 Kaiser 4:14.60
3 Kailua 4:21.79
4 Kapolei 4:26.73
5 McKinley 4:27.96
6 Moanalua 4:31.19
7 Radford 4:32.94
8 Waianae 4:37.96
9 Campbell 4:38.22
10 Mililani 4:42.92
11 Waipahu 4:54.23
12 Kalani 4:56.56

I don?t have the vars mix results but I believe it was 1 Kalaheo, 2 Roosevelt, 3 Kailua?


#3 Sun, 01/30/2011 - 2:23pm



Second heat will be a tough one to make top two


#5 Sun, 01/30/2011 - 9:41pm


Hey! I got to tip my ball cap to Kalaheo, for they just amazing. Imagine, they hardly get enough students for play in some of their other varsity sports, but that's alright because they tops in paddling. Now what's the matter with Castle? With Kaneohe Bay just across the street, they get plenty spots for launch canoe. Also Kahuku, I no belive they no paddle over there? Laie Bay and Malaekahana are just as good as Kailua/Lanikai for paddle.


#6 Mon, 01/31/2011 - 12:38am


Can someone please tell me what does OIA stand for ?


#7 Mon, 01/31/2011 - 1:11am


OIA
Oahu Interscholastic Association

ILH
Interscholastic League of Honolulu


#8 Mon, 01/31/2011 - 6:21am


mahalo for the results and states lineups

i agree, the boys heat 2 and girls heat 1 look pretty tough


#9 Mon, 01/31/2011 - 11:34am


also mixed races are hard to call. during the ILH season double racing of athletes is prohibited. so now there can be major personnel changes for states... Heat 2 with Kalaheo and Kamehameha Oahu should be an interesting one too.


#10 Mon, 01/31/2011 - 2:52pm


Does anyone have the other island championship times?


#11 Mon, 01/31/2011 - 6:40pm


Girls
Kapa‘a 3:58.70
Kaua‘i 4:01.21
Waimea 4:11.21

Boys
Kapa'a 3:34.41
Kaua‘i 3:39.57
Waimea 3:44.87

Mix
Kapa‘a 3:51.53
Kaua‘i 4:02.41

pretty legit times.


#12 Mon, 01/31/2011 - 8:09pm


wow under 4 min for girls is FAST

MIL times

Girls-1. Molokai 4:17.66, 2. Seabury Hall 4:19.66, 3. Kamehameha Maui 4:21.33, 4. Baldwin 4:40.03, 5. Lahainaluna 4:40.88, 6. St. Anthony 4:41.69, 7. King Kekaulike 4:45.77, 8. Maui High 4:47.71.

Boys-1. Seabury Hall 3:51.01, 2. King Kekaulike 3:57.36, 3. Kamehameha Maui 3:58.44, 4. Baldwin 4:00.52, 5. Molokai 4:04.56, 6. Maui High 4:06.26, 7. Lanai 4:21.50, 8. Lahainaluna 4:22.76.

Mixed-1. Seabury Hall 4:03.70, 2. Baldwin 4:04.77, 3. King Kekaulike 4:09.84, 4. Kamehameha Maui 4:15.08, 5. Hana 4:32.33, 6. Lahainaluna 4:33.30, 7. Maui High 4:38.53, 8. Lanai 4:46.81.


#13 Tue, 02/01/2011 - 12:17pm


Results of BIIF canoe racing finals in Hilo, Saturday (Jan 22)

http://www.hawaii247.com/2011/01/22/results-of-biif-canoe-racing-finals-...


#14 Tue, 02/01/2011 - 5:53pm


Big mahalos to all the coaches out there that have spent so much time with the kids. They are the future and you guys will always be part of that.


#15 Tue, 02/01/2011 - 5:55pm


Big day tomorrow, any favorites?


#16 Thu, 02/03/2011 - 10:40am


730am tomorrow morning. parking is going to be tight. come by and show your support gang!!!
not really any favorites for me. may the best win.


#17 Thu, 02/03/2011 - 7:41pm


Goooooooo Kala-heo dun dun dun dun dun dun


#18 Fri, 02/04/2011 - 9:49am


Kamehameha Oahu Sweeps!

Amazing work by Kalama and his team. They put on a clinic today. Maka Fu steered the state champion boys to an unofficial record by my watch of 3:30 to 32. He then went back out and paddled seat 2 in the mix crew and won again. Unreal!

Last year I said the times were once in a generation type speed. This year I think there were 5 or 6 crews under 3:40 in the PRELIMS. No crew was slower than 3:58 in the entire regatta. If teams keep improving at this rate, next year we should see a crew or two break into the 3:20's.

Congrats to everyone racing. In my mind this was the fastest field in the history of the state championship.


#19 Fri, 02/04/2011 - 3:16pm


Just went back and looked for some records. Of course winds, tides, and locations are extremely variable... but here is how this years 8th place crew with a time of 3.46.88 would have fared in years past. These are the only years I could find times for.

Again, this is where they would have finished based on time.

2006 - 2nd
2007 - 3rd
2008 - 2nd
2009 - 3rd
2010 - 4th


#20 Fri, 02/04/2011 - 11:18pm


Congrats to Kamehameha and all the participants!!!

Race results c/o Star Advertiser:
www.maoliwaa.com


#21 Sat, 02/05/2011 - 12:01pm


they have used different canoes in most of the state chamionships...not making excuses but that might help make things faster


#22 Tue, 02/08/2011 - 2:29pm


We must've used Malias in 2002 and 2003.


#23 Wed, 02/09/2011 - 8:45am


I know for sure there was only one year that states used Malias. All other years to date have either been Mirages or Bradley. Not sure what year that was though.


#24 Wed, 02/09/2011 - 11:06am


2005 and 2008.


#25 Fri, 02/11/2011 - 2:49am


So not too much effect from using a Malia.

Also most people seem to think 2007 was a short course. So perhaps those times should have been slower.

Thanks for the correction julz. I miscounted how many times the ILH used Malia molds for the race.


#26 Fri, 02/11/2011 - 9:09am


2012 states has a possibility of being on an outer island. Hopefully Kauai bc it's awesome there. But there's a chance for big island again. Could we see boys hit the 3:20s and girls go under 4. Maybe a mixed record as well? Kamehameha has a lot of sophomores on those crews from last weekend. Might as well start talking about it now.


#27 Fri, 02/11/2011 - 7:11pm


That'd be nice if the championships moved around again. I hears that they were going to be at keehi for several years to come to save money.


#28 Fri, 02/11/2011 - 10:10pm


3:20s for boys, and under 4 for girls is FAST, that would be exciting to see. Looking back at some times during previous summer regattas for the past few years, you rarely see girls that race 1/2 mile courses at Ke'ehi hit under a 4:10. Pac 5 hit it twice, and Kamehemeha got it in the finals, and I thought that was fast!


#29 Fri, 02/11/2011 - 11:55pm


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