I typically stay within the realm of sports in my weekly column. But today, I must talk about something else. I woke up Thursday morning to the news of the mass shooting in Thousand Oaks, Calif., in which 12 people were killed at a country music bar Wednesday night.
The top six boys and girls shooters from the past season were named Kauai Interscholastic Federation Air Riflery All-Stars. The list of six boys and six girls were released by the league Wednesday. The shooters who had the best scoring averages make up the list of standouts.
Hawaii Pacific University baseball head coach Dallas Correa and his staff will host a meet-and-greet Nov. 16 at the Courtyard Marriott Kauai.
As Hawaii’s final competitor, Kiron Jabour came through in the clutch to capture his biggest career result with a win at the HIC Pro. Jabour outlasted a huge field of 112 surfers all looking to perform at Sunset Beach and set themselves up for a Triple Crown spot. In the end, the boy from the North Shore took the title and gave now heads into the prestigious series on a hot streak at waves he knows as well as anyone in the world.