Hawaii High School Girls Track and Field State Meet Records

Event

Name

School

Time or Distance

Year

100 Meter H. Hurdles

Vera Simms

Mililani

14.85!

2000

300 Meter Low Hurdles

Vera Simms

Mililani

42.80

2000

100 Meter Dash

June Ann Lusk

Baldwin

12.25*

2005

200 Meter Dash

Lauran Dignam

Iolani

25.04

2002

400 Meter Dash

Endia Abrante

Kaiser

54.41@

1998

800 Meter Run

Eri Macdonald

Punahou

2:13.23

1998

1500 Meter Run

Victoria Chang

Punahou

4:38.83

1999

3000 Meter Run

Victoria Chang

Punahou

9:38.03

1999

400 Meter Relay

Elizabeth Dalrymple

Mililani

48.92

1999

Vera Simms

Cherina Tucker

Leila Hammonds

1600 Meter Relay

Jane Yee

Punahou

4:00.51

1999

Sara Yap

Carolyn Berger

Eri MacDonald

Shot Put

Sarah Bryant

Kaiser

44' 03"

1985

Discus

Joan Gago

Campbell

160' 03"

1982

Long Jump

Shari Fox

Leilehua

19' 02.5"

1979

Triple Jump

Samantha Cabreros

Punahou

38' 06.5" 

2006

High Jump

Natasha Kai

Kahuku

5' 05.50"

1999

Pole Vault

Chun Mei Nickles

Mililani

11' 4"

2003

Discontinued Events:

1600 Meter Run

Kathy Robertson

Radford

4:55.7 (h)

1977

3200 Meter Run

Tammy Cartwright

Radford

11:04.5 (h)

1981

800 Meter Relay

Jean Graham

Campbell

1:43.9 (h)

1975

Lovena Kalama

Candy Kauahi

Jackie Meyers

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 no records could be set

!Vera Simms 14.85 should be credited with "breaking" Prestine Foster's 1993 14.8h (15.04 converted)
*June Ann Lusk's 12.25 in the HHSAA Trials at Mililani in 2005 bettered 12.1 (12.34 converted) previously set by Heidi Friese and Karen Morant
@Endia Abrante's 400m mark had been the fourth fastest prep 400m in the nation in 1998 according to Track and Field News.