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WESTERN STATES REGISTRATION (register as Team Hawaii)
Turf Wars (Duals)- June 14-15 *Freestyle and Greco
Weigh-ins - Sunday from 6-7 pm, June 13th (weigh-in will count for the individual event, no weight allowance). *No double rostering for duals. Each team needs to supply score table help.
High School Boys:
Weights: 105,115,125,130,135,140,145,157,171,182,210,HWT (max 285)
High School Girls:
Weights: 105,110,115,120,125,130,135,140,150,165,180,HWT (max 225)
Girls 14 U and Under (2007 and younger) :
Weights: 60,65,70,75,81,87,96,106,116,126,140,HWT (max 168)
Boys 14 U (2007 and younger):
Weights: 76,81,86,92,96,101,105,112,120,130,147,HWT (max 187)
Elementary (2009 and younger):
Weights: 60,65,70,75,80,85,89,94,100,110,120,HWT (max 150)
Western States Championships-June 17-19.
All 3 styles (Folkstyle, Freestyle, Greco)
June 16, 2021
June 17, 2021 (Greco Roman)
June 18, 2021 (Freestyle)
June 19, 2021 (Folkstyle)
Fargo, ND (July 18, 2019) - Team Hawaii junior women wrestlers led the nation with 4 girls in the finals at the USMC/USAW Junior Nationals in Fargo, ND. Tiare Ikei, Nanea Estrella, Lana Perez and Kelani Corbett led Team Hawaii to a 4th place finish in the team standings among 43 states. Out of the 594 participants, Hawaii had only 13 girls in the Junior Women division. The top 3 teams had triple the number of wrestlers with Washington (36 girls) taking home the team trophy with 65 pts, California (65 girls) in second with 53 pts and Texas (53 girls) finished in 3rd with 44 pts just edging out Team Hawaii with 40 pts.
Tiare Ikei and Kelani Corbett claimed Junior National Titles in dominant fashion. Ikei won the 117# division defeating all 6 of her opponents by technical superiority or fall including a first period fall in her finals match against 2019 U16 National Champion Jennifer Soto of California. Corbett also went undefeated 5-0 claiming the 180# division with 2 falls along the way and an uncontested 8-0 score in the finals against #1 ranked Elisa Robinson of Kansas.
Four other junior women wrestlers finished the tournament with All-American Honors Nanea Estrella (2nd @ 122#), Lana Perez (2nd @ 127#), Waipuilani Beauchamp (3rd @ 127#), Emily Paulino (5th @ 122#, 3rd in U16 122#). Also representing Team Hawaii Kennedy Javier (100#), Brianna Funakoshi (106#), Kaycie Tanimoto (106#), Rita Morales (117#), Tiare Carlson (132#), Jahnea Miguel (138#), Jamie Grilho (144#) and Shayna Kamaka (164# U16).
Team Hawaii also has 14 boys competing Mason Stefanelli (106# U16), Brayden Spain (106#), Coby Ravida (113#), Elijah Asuncion (120#), Branson Magsayo (120#), Brant Porter (120#), Matt Sugiki (126#), Kahilihiwa Joy (126# U16), Makoa Goeas (126# U16), Caleb Shimaoka (132#), Ansen Ursua (132#), Andrew Jung (152#), Darius Mynar (195#), Pontus Thiravong (220#). Overseeing all 28 young men & women were the Team Hawaii volunteer coaching staff of Kevin Corbett, Kuu Robinson, John Robinson, Kevin Grant, Warren Miguel, Chris Stefanelli, Tehani Carlson, Alex Ursua and Dave Watase.
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Sixty wrestlers traveled to Pocatello, Idaho to represent our state at the Turf Wars Duals and the Western State Championships.
Congratulations to our triple crown winners and Team Pride and Grappler HI for being our 2019 Team Champions for Freestyle and Greco.
Congratulations Tiare Ikei UWW Cadet World Championships Bronze medal
Congratulations Tiare Ikei
Tiare Ikei press release
HFUSAW is looking for individuals to officiate during the upcoming season. Please email Austin at email@example.com if you are interested.
Link to the USAW Officials Page for updated rules and modifications:
*Please review the powerpoint presentation if you intend on officiating this season.
“Once you've wrestled, everything else in life is easy.”
Congratulations to Team Hawaii Head Coach Kevin Corbett for receiving the 2015 National Developmental Coach of the Year Award!