The KIF announced Saturday that the KIF Championship individual swim event champions at the YWCA Pool in Puh,i were named to the KIF Swimming All-Stars 2021-22.
Chloe Inouye, Island School Voyagers all-star swimmer, set two new Kaua’i Interscholastic Federation records at the championship swim. Jacob Rich, Kaua’i High School Red Raiders, set the third KIF record.
The Island School Voyagers secured nine out of the ten positions listed. Red Raider, Kamaira Silva, from Kaua’i High School occupies the other spot in the girls 200-yard freestyle.
Silva and Inouye also represented KIF at the Hawaii High School Athletic Association Swimming and Diving Championships. Both girls medaled their respective events.
The Kaua’i High Red Raiders Boys filled seven of the eleven positions, while the Kapa’a High Warriors boys filled four.
Tyler Tanaka, who was a two-position winner of the KIF All-stars, was among the Warriors and one of the two boys that won the state meet medals. Kai Mottley, Kaua’i High, was the other state medalist.
ALL STAR SWIM TEAM
200 medley relay – (IS – Kiani Ortiz, Chloe Inouye, Mahina Dameron, Taimana Kjeldsen); 200 freestyle – Silva (Kau); 200 individual medley – Dameron; 50 freestyle – Ortiz; 100 butterfly – Dameron; 100 freestyle – Inouye; 500 freestyle – Kjeldsen; 100 backstroke – Ortiz; 100 breaststroke – Inouye; 400 freestyle relay – (IS – Inouye, Ortiz, Kjeldsen, Isabella Bivens).
200 medley relay – (Kau – Jacob Rich, Kailash Letman, Kai Mottley, Talen Koerte); 200 freestyle – Ian Raquel (Kap); 200 individual medley – Mottley; 50 freestyle – Koerte; 100 butterfly – Mottley; 100 freestyle – Raquel; 500 Freestyle – Tyler Tanaka (Kap); 200 freestyle relay – (Kau – Elijah Adams, Sol Trevino, Jacob Reese, Letman); 100 backstroke – Rich (Kau); 100 breaststroke – Tanaka; 400 freestyle relay (Kau – Koerte, Rich, Mottley).