Kauai has solid showing Koloa league to hold registration Hustlers take second place Kauai girls volleyball tryouts Riders to host challenge Fishing tourney begins Friday
Kauai has solid showing
The Kauai High School boys golf team took second place with a final score of 609, just two strokes back of Waiakea, at the 2003 David Ishii Foundation Boys State Golf Championship on the Big island over the weekend.
The Red Raiders’ Cory French finished with a 149 at the event and had the top score from Kauai.
Koloa league to hold registration
The Koloa Pop Warner league is holding their cheerleading and tackle football registrations on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 4:30-6 p.m. for the month of May and June.
Any questions call Nalani Aguano (cheer) at 652-2578 or Leah Scovel (football) at 332-9865.
Hustlers take second place
POIPU The East Side Hustlers squad from Kapaa earned second place at the USTA/Hawaii Pacific Section mixed doubles sectional championships held at the Kiahuna Swim and Tennis Club this past weekend.
The team, coached by Heidi Duarte, finished second in the 6.0 division. The winners will play in the Western Doubles Championships from Nov. 20-23 in San Antonio, Texas.
Kauai girls volleyball tryouts
Kauai High School varsity volleyball tryouts will be June 16-19 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
JV tryouts will be June 23-26 from 5-7:30 p.m.
If you missed the signup meeting you can attend the Kauai High Sports night on Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the Kauai High Cafeteria to signup.
To try out you will need to have a completed physical and waiver form.
These forms can also be picked up at the sports night meeting.
Call Richard Roberts 332-7083 (evening) or Paul Pancho 639-0720 for more information.
Summer schedules will also be available for girls JV volleyball.
Riders to host challenge
The Kauai Mountain Riders host a Hill Climb Challenge on May 31 at Anahola beginning at 10 a.m.
Registration and the challenge begins soon thereafter.
Entry fee is $15. On June 1, the Kauai Mountain Riders will host a 2-man Hare Scramble at Anahola at 8 a.m.
Registration is 9 a.m.
Entry fee is $30. Call Eli at 639-8863 or David at 635-3903 for any questions.
Fishing tourney begins Friday
P’nana Leo o Kauai announced that they will be holding their first annual fundraising shoreline fishing tournament to support their Hawaiian Immersion Preschool program.
The event will take place over Memorial Day weekend beginning on Friday afternoon and wrapping-up on Sunday.
The Hookk’ Lawaia shoreline fishing tournament is open to everyone.
A $5,000 first place prize will be awarded to the heaviest Ulua in the adult category.
Registration fees are $25/category for adults (18+) and $10 for those under 18.
For more information on the school or entering the tournament please call Momi Kaiakapu-Yaris at 245-1755 or at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.