BIIF track and field championships: Chenoa Frederick steals show for Kamehameha with six golds
By Rick Winters West Hawaii Today firstname.lastname@example.org | Monday, May 7, 2018, 12:05 a.m.
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Kealakehe's Calvin McHone-Todd pulls away from Konawaena's Austin Ewing on the final leg of the 4x100 relay during the BIIF track and field championships at Hawaii Prep on Saturday. (Rick Winters/West Hawaii Today)
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Kamehameha's Chenoa Frederick pulls away from the field in the 200-meter dash at the BIIF track and field championships hosted by Hawaii Prep on Saturday. Frederick placed first in all six events she entered, breaking two meet records and her own state record in the triple jump.
WAIMEA — Dominant would be an understatement when describing Chenoa Frederick’s performance at the BIIF track and field championships. The Kamehameha sophomore stole the show at the league’s year-end event, collecting six first-place finishes on the way to a meet MVP, while also helping the Warriors clinch their second straight team title.