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KS Hawaiʻi sophomore track standout Chenoa Frederick talks with the Star-Advertiser about her 2018 HHSAA State Track & Field meet, the six events she competes in, overcoming and persevering through pain from wear and tear of a full season, and coming together as one Kamehameha team at states. Frederick won gold medals in the triple jump, long jump and 100m sprint.

Frederick, Au-Haupu and Logan win state track and field gold

May 14, 2018

Contributed by Shaundor Chillingworth

Three Kamehameha Schools students took home state championship gold at this past weekend’s Hawaiʻi High School Athletic Association (HHSAA) Track and Field Championships.

KS Hawaiʻi sophomore standout Chenoa Frederick continued her domination, winning titles in three different events—the triple jump, long jump and 100 meter sprint—leading her team to a third place finish in the girls team competition. Her gold medal in the triple jump also set a new state record, breaking the mark she set last year, and giving her back-to-back titles in the event.

KS Maui senior Micah Au-Haupu won the school its first track and field gold medal on Friday night, outdistancing the competition in the shot put, winning gold with a throw of 51ʻ3.25”.

Then KS Maui junior Keely Logan added the school’s first girl’s gold medal, winning the high jump competition with a leap of 5’1”.

KS Kapālama served as the host for the 2018 HHSAA Track and Field Championships.

Read The Maui News for more about Au-Haupu and Logan’s accomplishments.

Read the Hawaiʻi Tribune-Herald for more about Frederick’s three wins.

KS Maui senior Micah Au-Haupu talks winning shot put state title

KS Maui senior Micah Au-Haupu talked with the Star Advertiser about his experience competing and winning the 2018 HHSAA State Title in the shot put competition. He shares a little more about his training regimen and his personal best with the event.

KS Maui junior Keely Logan won KS Maui’s first girl’s HHSAA track and field title on Friday in the high jump. Credit: Maui News | Matthew Thayer.

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