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Achieving Greatness at the Next Level

Achieving Greatness at the Next Level
Mid-Pacific Communications Staff

Earlier this month, our Mid-Pacific student-athletes achieved remarkable feats both on the water and on the cheerleading stage.

In the Molokai Solo OC-1 race, three Mid-Pacific students paddled 33.3 miles from Molokai to Oahu. Wyatt Egbert ’27 finished an impressive 7th overall out of approximately 100 racers, including adults and youth paddlers, with a record time of 3 hours and 27 minutes. Wyatt set a new junior course record and secured the Junior World Champion title! Spencer Allen ’26 secured 24th place overall, while Jacob Pepper ’26 also successfully completed the race. Wyatt and Spencer represented the Mid-Pacific Kayaking team this past season, while Jacob and Spencer competed for the school’s paddling team. Congratulations to Wyatt, Spencer, and Jacob for their outstanding achievements!

In another impressive achievement, Alika Onaga ’24 and his team, High-Intensity Athletics (Warriors), competed in the Orlando Summit Cheerleading competition and won the D2 level 5 small senior coed division. They not only won their division but scored 99.5, the highest score in the entire competition. Alika will be cheering at Washington State in the fall.

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