Hawaii High School Boys Track and Field State Meet Records

Event

Name

School

Time or Distance

Year

110 Meter H. Hurdles

David Maeva

KS Kapalama

14.1h*

1986

300 Meter Int. Hurdles

Dana Navarro-Arias

Maui

38.10

1999

100 Meter Dash

Shane Victorino

St. Anthony

10.80*

1999

200 Meter Dash

Christopher Rainey

Radford

21.89@

2008

400 Meter Dash

Bennett Valencia

Punahou

48.66

1997

800 Meter Run

Joey Bunch

Radford

1:51.1 (h)

1983

1500 Meter Run

Reid Hunter

King Kekaulike

4:03.98

2009

3000 Meter Run

Bryce Jenkins

Leilehua

8:52.90

2009

4 x 100 Meter Relay

Christopher Rainey

Radford

42.53

2008

Jonathan Antagan

Ikaika Kamaka

Donniqtay Campbell

4 x 400 Meter Relay

Eugene Williams

Radford

3:20.2 (h)

1985

John Curry

Mark Brackemhoff

Peter Lee

Shot Put

Kaione Crabb

Punahou

59' 08.75"

1997

Discus

Jerrod Avegalio

Kahuku

186' 00"

2003

Long Jump

Trevor Mau

St Louis

23' 08"

2009

Triple Jump

Larry Khan-Smith

Campbell

48' 01"

1986

High Jump

Kris Cuaresma-Primm

Mid-Pacific

6' 9"

1998

Pole Vault

Bubba McLean

St. Anthony

15' 3"

1997

Discontinued Events:

1600 Meter Run

Kurt Mench

Castle

4:09.5

1970

3200 Meter Run

Steve Ferber

Mid-Pacific

9:20.8

1973

This list compiled by Bob Martin (http://www.kautech.com/results)
Note: This is not the "official" HHSAA Hawaii State Meet Records list. The "Official" list includes wind aided marks and also
includes hand times that, if properly converted, would not equal the electronic marks listed here.

According to the official results of the 1998 HHSAA Meet "all races up to 200 meters and horizontal jumps were wind aided" and thus not records

*Texas-transplant and World Champion Decathlete Bryan Clay, who attended Castle High School, was the top seed in four boys events at the 1998 State Meet held at Kaiser High School. He had also been the 1997 Meet Record holder in the 400m. Gusty winds (2.0+mps) at Kaiser High School (recorded officially) invalidate any of his Hawaii State Meet "records," including the following amazing quadruple: 13.90w 110HH/10.52w 100m/21.41w 200m/24' 06.50"w LJ
@One of the finest prep sprinters from the state of Hawaii was Konawaena's Casey Flores, who also attended Kohala HS. He ran consistent 10.4h-10.6h 100m sprints, and set the 200m HHSAA record in 1996, running 21.2h