Kamehameha Schools and Hilo cheerleaders win big at BIIF championships
Waiakea’s cheer teams performs its routine during Wednesday’s championship at Kea‘au HS.
Kea‘au’s cheer team performs during Wednesday’s championship.
Pahoa’s cheer team performs its routine during Wednesday’s championship at Kea‘au HS.
Hilo’s cheer team performs stunts during Wednesday’s championship at Kea‘au HS.
Hilo’s cheer team includes, not in order, Isley Rae Agliam, Aaliyah Aguinaldo, Anna Dufraux, Keirianna Dunn-Agonias, Ayla Feary, Eliana Guevara-Rodrigues, Keliikoa Kawailima, Mia Lavarias, Emily Lavarias, Karissa Lee, Jaylee Manuel, Mercy Nothrop, Haylee Oshiro, Kirra Tanaka, Isaiah Tanaka and Carley Shane Wakayama.
KS-Hawai‘i’s cheer team includes, not in order, Mikaila Aina, Mahealani Aiona, Laycie Apigo, Mariah Baji, Shazlan Benevides, Elena Fiesta, Isabella Fronda, Tehani Kekuawela, Emily Lee, Cadence Otake, Bree Pascual, Rhacelyn Respicio, Bethany Schoen, Paige Tuares-Agbigay and Melony Urbina.
KEA‘AU — The Central Pacific Bank/BIIF cheerleading championships were held Wednesday night at the Kea‘au High gymnasium, where a packed house witnessed high flying action and energetic routines.
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