Friday at Hickam Bowling Center, Pearl City High School swept the HHSAA bowling state championships.
The Chargers took gold in both the girls and boys divisions, as well as top spots in both individual crowns.
In the girls bracket, super sophomore Chelsi Morishige captured the title with 1,747 pins. On the boy's side, senior Nick Azumi took top spot with 1,905 pins.
The win marks as the fourth straight state championship for the Chargers.
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