Kapaa beats Waimea 6-3

HANAPEPE — Kapaa High School’s varsity baseball team defeated Waimea, 6-3, Wednesday afternoon at Hanapepe Stadium.

Warriors need five to finish

KAPAA — The Kapaa High School Warriors needed five sets to close the door, 3-2, against Kauai High School on Tuesday night before a good-sized audience at the Bernice Hundley Gym in Kapaa.

Menehune win in straight sets at home

WAIMEA — The Menehune boys won at home to get their first win of the season’s second round. Waimea High School’s varsity boys volleyball team defeated Island School on Tuesday at the Clem Gomes Gym at Waimea High School.

Red Raiders undefeated in KIF golf

Deven Kimoto parred the Poipu Bay Golf Club’s back nine en route to carding a 3-over 75 (39-36) Saturday during the Kauai Interscholastic Federation golf match No. 4.

Rookies hand Gents 1st loss of Senior Softball season

HANAMAULU — The Kauai Senior Softball League finally got a full schedule on the field of play near the midway point of the season. There was plenty of kupuna action at the Peter Rayno Park in Hanamaulu and the Wally Sonoda Softball Park in Kaumakani.

Margaret River ready to roll as Aussie leg wraps up

The third and final event of the Australian leg that annually kicks off the Championship Tour season is set to get underway as Tuesday opened the waiting period for the Margaret River Pro. A diminishing swell was likely to delay the start and prompt lay days for both Tuesday and today, but Thursday looks like a promising potential day one.

Kapaa beats Kauai in makeup game

LIHUE — Leipua Kaui led Kapaa High School to a 12-0 win over Kauai High School on Monday afternoon at the KauaiInterscholastic Federation softball contest that was put on hold after the lights gave out March 21 at the Isenberg Park.

Track updates made at Rotary meet

Dave Walker, a member of the Rotary Club of West Kauai, and retired as a track and field coach from Waimea High School, said when the first Rotary Track Meet was held, the crowds were huge.

Menehune tennis win despite rain

Saturday’s rain did not dampen the Waimea High School tennis teams who celebrated its Senior Day, or final home match, with victories of 5-0 for the boys, and 3-2 for the girls over Kapaa High School at the Menehune courts.