LIHUE — One of Kauai’s highly decorated student-athletes can add one more award to the trophy case. Kauai High School graduate Taegan Keep received a certificate of recognition by the Kauai County Council on Wednesday morning at the Historic County Building.
Ramping up to next week’s stop at Jeffreys Bay, South Africa is hosting another major event this week as the QS 10,000 Ballito Pro is underway with the biggest potential Qualifying Series haul on the line for world tour hopefuls.
KAPAA — In the fall, one of Kauai’s young soccer players will continue her journey on the East Coast. Kapaa High School graduate Brianna Binder will attend Williams College, a NCAA Division III liberal arts college in Williamstown, Massachusetts. Binder received a scholarship and will join the school’s women’s soccer team.
PUHI — Island School’s Voyager Booster Club recently sponsored an athletic awards banquet for athletes who participated in high school competitive athletics for the 2017-18 school year.
KALAHEO — A couple of young soccer players from Kauai will head to Spain to test their skills. Nicholas Semblante, of Waimea High School, and Whitney Lugo, of Kauai High, will join youth club Honolulu Bulls SC and compete in the Donosti Cup, an international tournament in San Sebastián, Spain.
LIHUE — Coryssa Silva, earlier named the All Around Cowgirl for the Kauai Keiki and High School Rodeo Association, will be heading to Rock Springs, Wyoming as part of Team Hawaii to compete in the National High School Finals rodeo.