Rainbow Warriors scrimmage on Kauai

It was only an intra-squad scrimmage, but it was intense and competitive, and they even played an extra set for appreciative fans, as the University of Hawaii mens volleyball team spent the weekend on Kauai.

Pu’uwai part of Aloha for Hawaii Charities campaign

WAILUA — This year’s Aloha for Hawaii Charities campaign kicked off Wednesday, and one of Kauai’s organizations is takingpart. Local paddling club Pu’uwai Canoe Club is one of the several nonprofits in the state that’s participating this year.

Another poor performance from UH as season winds down

Much of the optimism and excitement to start the season has dissipated by now, if not fully evaporated. There doesn’t seem to be much gas left in the tank for a Hawaii football team that is coasting on fumes to the finish line. Saturday’s 38-0 loss at Utah State has been the low point for the Rainbow Warriors (3-8, 1-7 Mountain West), who lost the possibility for bowl eligibility last week and were just looking for some positives to finish off the year. They certainly didn’t find any of those in Logan, Utah, and they now have just one more game to temporarily right the ship, next week’s home finale against BYU.

Voyagers out on the water again

WAILUA — The Voyagers will once again take to the water. After years of absence, Island School will field a paddling team for the upcoming Kauai Interscholastic Federation season.

Riders race to fight hunger

Members of the Kauai Motocross Association and the Garden Island Motorcycle Club combined their efforts to host the 2017Holiday Hare Scramble at a course set up in Anahola.

The Kauai Kid

LIHUE — Noah Gusman is a fan of professional wrestling. He grew up watching the likes of World Wrestling Entertainment’s Bautista, Stone Cold Steve Austin and Kane.