Kaua’i Sports Briefs

– Two Kaua’i hoopsters: mentionHONOLULU — Two Kaua’i players — Enoch

McKeague and Brad Lum-Tucker — have been given honorable mention in the

Hawai’i Sports Network.com Fantastic 15 state basketball team.

McKeague of

Kapa’a, a guard with the St. Louis Schools Crusaders on O’ahu, just missed

cracking the the Top 15. He ended up 16th in voting.

McKeague was also a

starter on the state champion St. Louis football team.

Lum-Tucker, who

helped lead the Kaua’i High School Red Raiders to the Kaua’i Interscholastic

Federation championship and a berth in the state tournament, finished 23rd in

the voting.

– KTA monthly luncheon Friday

PUHI — The Kaua’i

Tennis Association will be holding its monthly luncheon this Friday from 12:30

to 2 p.m. at Gaylord’s upstairs dining room.

Brent Mukai of the USTA

Hawai’i Pacific Section will be the guest speaker. He plans to talk about

junior programs, tennis recreation and school programs.

00The cost of lunch

is a $5 donation.

Anyone who is interested in attending can RSVP to

742-1050 by tomorrow.

– Ragsdale wins in shuffleboard


Ken Ragsdale beat Jerry Kearns in the finals to win the championship of a

recent shuffleboard tournament at the Mokihana of Kaua’i in


– Tennis camp during the break

WAIPOULI — The Kaua’i

Coconut Beach Resort will hold a Spring Break Junior Tennis and Swim Camp that

will run Monday, March 27 through Friday, March 31 from 8:30 am. to noon each


For more information or to enroll, call 822-6670.


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