Kaua’i Sports Briefs

– Sagawa homers in winHILO, Big Island — Former Waimea High School

softball standout Lyrissa Sagawa hit a two-run homer, two doubles and a single

to help lead the Hawai’i Pacific University Sea Warriors to a 7-1 victory over

the University of Hawai’-Hilo Vulcans on Sunday.

Sagawa finished also

finished the game with three RBI.

Two Kaua’i players — Leila Kamakele of

Waimea and Tiffany Laranio of Kapa’a — are members of the Vulcans.

Moto benefit soon

WAILUA — The Garden Island Motorcycle Club will hold a

benefit moto-cross race for Quintin Meheula on Sunday, March 26 at 10

a.m.

The cost to enter is $25.

Meheula, a rider from Honolulu, is

friends with many of Kaua’i’s riders. He was seriously injured in an

accident.

To help the cause or for more information, call Derek Ebesu at

823-0354, Leilani Furugen at 822-2562, Alex Youn at 822-4320, or Nadine Rapozo

at 822-5808.

– Biz canoe race coming

HANAMA’ULU — The Kaiola

Canoe Club and FM97 are sponsoring the upcoming 13th Annual Kaua’i Business

Canoe Race.

It will be held on Sunday, April 16 at 8 a.m. at Hanama’ulu

Bay.

For information or entry forms, call pager number 644-1061.

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