Sports Capsule for Friday — June 27, 2003

• Club to host exhibition • Hornets blast Magic 2 • Summer camps begin July 28


Club to host exhibition

The Kauai Polo Club is hosting a special exhibition match featuring Memo Gracida and his son Julio at the Anini Polo Field on Friday at 4 p.m.

Memo Gracida is a 10-goal polo player, the highest rating any polo player can achieve. There are only about a dozen such players in the world.

Gracida has won the United States Open polo championship more times (14 or 15) than any other player and holds a record of 20 years as a 10-goal player.

He has played every major polo tournament in the world.

Also on the field will be international players Ronnie Tongg and Stuart Mackenzie along with budding professionals Max Secunda and Peter Ganibi.

The public are welcome to attend this exhibition match at no charge.


Hornets blast Magic 2

KALAHEO — Tanisha DeFabian scored 12 points in helping the Westside Hornets down the Magic 2 35-5 on Wednesday in a girls 10 and under game at the Kalaheo Neighborhood Center.

MaKana Ladesma totaled four points for the Magic 2.

The Magic 1 earned a 45-11 win over the Kapaa Big “D” as Christina Banach poured in 14 points for the Magic 1 while Maluhia States scored eight for the Big “D”.

In Kilauea, Kanu bested Lihue 26-17 in a boys 10 and under contest. Chancen Bateman totaled 12 points for Kanu while Randy Layosa added eight for Lihue.

In the secone game, Northshore beat Westside 51-42 in a boys 17 and under game with Kahua Hollinger continuing his solid play with 16 points for Northshore. Akeem Allen scored 12 for Westside.


Summer camps begin July 28

The Proexcel Summer Soccer Camp will be held from July 28 to August 1 at Kalawai Park.

The camp wil be held from 9 a.m. to noon or 1-4 p.m. The cost for the camp is $105 per player per session and includes a Proexcel camp t-shirt.

Send registrations and check to AYSO Regional Commissioner, 3781 #A Papaline Rd, Kalaheo, HI 96741.

For more information, call Sam Laity at 1-800-399-2092.

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