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Serena Wong, staff writer

Serena Wong, Staff Writer

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Serena Wong (12) graduates this year from Kalani High School and plans to study at Kapiolani Community College in the Fall. Photo by Ka Leo Staff 2019.

Letter to my freshman self

Serena Wong, Student Life
May 15, 2019
Microphone. Wiki commons 2019.

Falcons on Fire!

Serena Wong, News
April 1, 2019
Christopher “Kaiko” Decker dives into the pool at the State Champsionship meet and swims hard to capture the 50 Freestyle title. Photo by M. Otani 2019.

Decker wins gold

Serena Wong, Sports
March 1, 2019
Isaiah Lee out-jumped Kalaheos Ryan Pardini for the three at the end of the fourth quarter in Kalanis Friday night nailbiter. Lee finished the game with 21 points and his final free throw put Kalani at 61 over Kalaheos 58 at the end of the second overtime. Photo by Serena Wong 2018.

Varsity Boys Thrill With Double OT Win

Serena Wong, Photojournalism
January 19, 2019
Freshman Jacob Shibuya drove past a Kalaheo player during the second half of Fridays game but his skills werent enough to secure the win. Kalani lost 44-41. Photo by Serena Wong 2018.

JV Boys Can’t Fight Off the Mustangs

Serena Wong, Photojournalism
January 19, 2019
Kandyce Woods (12) lunges for the rebound in Kalanis Dec. 27 game against Kaiser. Woods scored 10 points from inside the paint and Kalani won 82-57. Photo by Serena Wong 2018.

Kalani soars above Kaiser

Serena Wong, Sports
December 28, 2018
Kalani’s Creative Dance class had their first concert of the year to celebrate the winter season at the cafeteria on Friday Dec. 7. Photo courtesy of Danielle Terawaki-Doble 2018.

Creative Dance celebrates the holidays

Serena Wong, Photojournalism
December 10, 2018
Kayttie Nakamura (center) won a world championship in the double mini-competition at this year’s World Age Group Competition (WAGC) in St. Petersburg, Russia Nov. 11-16. To her right is U.S. teammate Sydney Senter, who placed 2nd in the Double Mini, and to her left is Russian Elizabeta Galtsova, who earned 3rd place. Photo courtesy of K. Nakamura 2018.

Kayttie Nakamura takes gold

Serena Wong, Sports Profile
November 30, 2018
After placing fourth for the last three years, Kalani’s own Kayttie Nakamura is the new 15-16 age group Double Mini world champion. Nakamura represents Team USA in the 2018 World Age Group Competition in St. Petersburg, Russia. Sydney Senter from Hawai’i Baptist Academy placed second and Elizaveta Galtsova from Russia placed third. Nakamura will be competing in the individual trampoline on Saturday, Nov. 17 and synchronized trampoline on Nov. 18. Photo courtesy of Kayttie Nakamura 2018.

Kayttie Nakamura is a World Champion

Serena Wong, Photojournalism
November 15, 2018
Kamalu Kamakawiwo’ole tipped off the ball for the Falcons against Kamehameha in the Black and Gold Classic tournament at McKinley last night. Falcons were defeated 69-65, making their preseason record 1-1.  Photo by Serena Wong 2018.

Falcons challenged by Warriors

Serena Wong, Photojournalism
November 10, 2018
Photo by Serena Wong 2018.

Marching Band Scores at First Tourney

Serena Wong, Photojournalism
November 4, 2018
Senior Powder Puff players cheer on their teammates. From left to righ: Kandyce Woods, Ariel Wang, Heidi Kishabi, Jade Robinson, and Daesha Viela. Staff photo 2018.

Seniors repeat Powder Puff win

Serena Wong, Student Life
September 23, 2018
Ka Leo staff image 2016.

Powder Puff: Who’s it gonna be?

Serena Wong, Student Life
September 6, 2018
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