Baldwin's Isagawa, Campbell's Cabalar win girls, boys state golf titles
Baldwin's Cassy Isagawa won by a shot and Campbell's Rudy Cabalar won in a playoff to win the girls and boys titles, respectively, in today's David S. Ishii Foudation/HHSAA State Golf Championship at Turtle Bay.
Isagawa, the first-round leader, shot 74—147, one stroke ahead of Kaua'i's Kelli Oride to win the girls individual title. 'Iolani's Marissa Chow was third at 150.
Isagawa made an 8-foot par putt on the final hole to win it while Oride barely missed a birdie putt to tie.
Cabalar birdied the first playoff hole to defeat Nainoa Calip of Kamehameha-Hawaii.
Punahou won the girls team title, led by Alina Ching's fourth-place (151) finish. Punahou and Baldwin were tied for first after yesterday's first round. The Buffanblu finished the two-day tournament at 455, eight strokes ahead of Baldwin.
Punahou's boys won the team title.
Top 10 individual
1, Cassy Isagawa, Baldwin, 73-74—147
2, Kelli Oride, Kaua'i, 74-74—148
3, Marissa Chow, 'Iolani, 79-71—150
Alina Ching, Punahou, 75-75—150
5, Marissa Suehiro, Punahou, 75-76—151
Eimi Koga, Moanalua, 78-73—151
Michelle Condry, Punahou, 77-74—151
Nani Yanagi, Waiakea, 74-77—151
9, Cyd Okino, Punahou, 79-74—153
Charlee Kapiioho, 'Iolani, 75-78—153
1, Punahou 455. 2, Baldwin 463. 3, Waiakea 477. 4, Kaua'i 481. 5, Moanalua 500.