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Mid-Pacific wins 28 medals at ILH Sporter Individual Championship

Congratulations to the 18 Mid-Pacific athletes who competed in the 2019 ILH Sporter Individual Championship Saturday, October 19.

Posted on October 19, 2019 by Scot Allen

Congratulations to the 18 Mid-Pacific athletes who competed in the 2019 ILH Sporter Individual Championship Saturday, October 19.

"They represented Mid-Pacific exceptionally well and I am extremely proud of their performance," says Coach Jon Narimatsu. "Our athletes earned an amazing total of 28 medals (8 Gold, 6 Silver and 14 Bronze) a new record for our sporter program!"

The JV Boys won the Sporter Air Riflery ILH regular-season title with a perfect 5-0 record. The varsity boys came in second in the ILH at 4-1. The varsity girls came in second in the ILH at 5-1.

For the second year in a row, a Mid-Pacific girl has won the Girls' Varsity ILH Individual Championship. Kimberly Oshiro beat out 19 of the top varsity girls in the ILH to earn her first Individual championship overall gold medal with a score of 540 (out of 600). She also received the gold medal (first place) in the standing position and the silver medal (second place) in the kneeling position. 

Zoe Oshiro finished in fourth place overall, earning her first overall bronze medal with a score of 520. Zoe also received a bronze medal in kneeling.

The varsity boys dominated their match and placed all seven boys in the top 12 of 20 overall participants. Michael Tam won the varsity boys' overall silver medal (second place) with a score of 548. He also received a bronze medal (fourth place) in the prone position, a bronze medal in the standing position and the gold medal in kneeling.

Joshua Loo won the varsity boys' overall bronze medal (third place) with a score of 540. He also won the gold medal (first place) in the prone position and a bronze medal in kneeling.

The JV boys swept the top three overall spots in their match: Evan Miyashiro (512) won the gold (first place), Ethan Harrison (509) the silver (second place) and Jordan Lampitelli (504) took a bronze (third place).  Evan also received the silver medal (second place) in the prone position, the gold medal (first place) in the standing position and a bronze medal in kneeling. Ethan also received the gold medal in the prone position and a bronze medal in standing. Jordan also took the silver medal in standing and the gold medal in kneeling.

Also receiving medals:

Tony Umemoto -- bronze (VB 5th place overall), silver (VB standing, 2nd place)
Brandon Lum -- bronze (VB 8th place overall)
Kristen Tokumi -- bronze (VG standing, 3rd place)
CJ Pascual-Tabuyo -- bronze (VG kneeling, 3rd place)
Nathan Loo -- bronze (JVB 8th place overall)

Also competing: Shaun Serikaku, Jason Katayama, Aaron Bruno, Morgan Igno, Shayna Nakamura, and Andrea Yao.