• Yomen hits hole-in-one • Kapaa downs Sparks • Softball tournament begins August 15
Yomen hits hole-in-one
Thomas Yomen Jr. of Lawai sank a hole-in-one at Puakea Golf Course on Friday.
Yomen hit his shot on the 16th hole with a “Ben Hogan” 520 Wedge, 109 yards away.
Kapaa downs Sparks
KALAHEO — The Kapaa Big “D” edged the Lihue Sparks 19-18 on Saturday in a girls 10 and under KYBA game at the Kalaheo Neighborhood Center.
Lynsi Nakamura scored six points for the winners while Kelsey Cadiente added eight points for the Sparks.
Kanu beat the Magic 2 24-7 as Chancen Bateman poured in nine points for Kanu while Donovan Harris scored four points for the Magic 2 in a boys 10 and under game.
In the third contest on Saturday, the Westside Hornets clawed past the Magic 1 17-16 as Tanisha DeFabian poured in six points for the victors while Ashlyn Ubongen totaled six for the Magic 1.
In a boys 17 and under game, the Lihue Kings took a 34-31 win over the Westsiders. Kaupili Akan scored 12 points for the Kings while Desmond Rodrigues added nine for the Westsiders.
In the final game of the afternoon, the Southside Boys earned a 57-41 decision over Kilauea.
Tab Matsumoto led all scorers with 16 points as Kaylan Dolor led Kilauea with nine points.
Softball tournament begins August 15
A benefit softball tournament for Cody Kangiser will be held Aug. 15-17 at Kekaha Baseball Field.
Organizers are looking for 10 slowpitch mens’ teams and five 18 and over slowpitch womens’ teams.
There will also be a Junior Olympic (fastpitch) round robin category. Entry fee is $125 per team and the deadline is Aug. 10.
For more information, call Yukie De Silva at 823-0063 or 639-3739 and Shirley at 337-1150.