Warriors advance

LIHUE — The Warriors are back in the big show. Kapaa High School’s varsity football team defeated Kaimuki High School of the Oahu Interscholastic Association in the semifinals of the 2018 First Hawaiian Bank Football Championships–Division II state tournament.

Farewell tour includes greatest hits for Parko at Haleiwa

Former world champion Joel Parkinson announced earlier in the year that he would be retiring following this 2018 season. His reasoning for that decision included the notion that he no longer has the desire to put the jersey on. That was not evident on Saturday, as the three-time Triple Crown champion took the early lead on this year’s leaderboard with a high-scoring victory at the Hawaiian Pro in Haleiwa.

Surfriders nudge Warriors 2-0 in preseason match

WAILUA — The Kapaa High School girls soccer team ventured forth under its first-year coach Andrea Alfiler Friday during the Kauai Interscholastic Federation girls soccer game against Kailua High School at the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Sports Park.

Warriors set for state run

KAPAA — Now that they know who they’re facing, the Warriors are focused on the task at hand. No. 2 seed Kapaa will host Kaimuki of the Oahu Interscholastic Association in the semifinals of the 2018 First Hawaiian Bank Football Championships–Division II state tournament.

Strong running offenses featured in Kapaa-Kaimuki matchup

The Warriors from Kauai’s Eastside are about to make their return to the postseason. Kapaa High School’s varsity football team, seeded No. 2 in the 2018 First Hawaiian Bank Football Championships–Division II state tournament, will host Kaimuki High School from Oahu this Saturday at Vidinha Stadium.

Kapaa Eagles JPW, Kekaha Titans JV teams finish perfect

HANAPEPE — The Kapaa Eagles Junior PeeWee and the Kekaha Titans Junior Varsity teams closed the Kauai Pop Warner Football League season with undefeated records following the final season matches Sunday at the Hanapepe Stadium.

Lynx win Veterans Day Weekend tourney

KAPAA — The hosting Kauai Lynx basketball program flexed its muscles to claim the 5/6th grade girls and the 7/8th grade girls division titles Monday at the conclusion of the Veterans Day Weekend tournament contested at the Bernice Hundley Gym on the Kapaa High School campus.