KAPAA — Both Kapaa and Kauai high schools’ varsity baseball teams finished the first round tied at 4-2 records. In Saturday’s makeup games, Kapaa defeated Waimea, 4-1, at Kapaa High School, and Waimea defeated Kauai, 13-4, at Vidinha Stadium.
A group of local pro wrestlers took part in an all-Kauai tag team match during a show on Oahu last weekend. Brothers Ross and Marshall Adkisson teamed up against Noah Gusman and Isaac Worth in Action Zone Wrestling event “Reckless Abandon” at the Waianae Boys at the Waianae Boys and Girls Club on Saturday.
But since the opening round, there’s been one team I’ve consistently read up on — the Loyola of Chicago Ramblers. This small private school with a student body of just over 11,000, one miraculous win after another, reached the friggin’ Final Four.
WAIMEA — The Warriors are in the driver’s seat and are in position to win the season’s first round. Kapaa High School’s varsity boys volleyball team defeated Waimea High School, 3-1, Tuesday evening at the Clem Gomes Gym in Waimea — 25-11, 25-15, 26-28 and 25-19.