Sports Capsule for Saturday — July 12, 2003

• Leahi Soccer Club to hold clinic • Fire Raiders take out Waimea • Camps start on July 19


Leahi Soccer Club to hold clinic

The Leahi Soccer Club from Oahu will hold a free clinic at the mauka end of the North Vidinha soccer field on July 19.

The first half of the clinic will be held from 9:30 a.m. to noon and this will be for girls ages 7-12.

The second half will be held from 2-4:30 p.m. for girls ages 13-19.

All girls on the island are invited to attend.

All girls are asked to bring proper soccer equipment (soccer shoes, shin guards), a ball, and water.

The clinic will be presented by the Leahi Soccer Club of Oahu as a free service to the community of Kauai.

There will be six coaches from Leahi who will work with the girls on field and goalie play.

One of the coach’s will be Michelle Nagamine, girl’s varsity soccer coach at Kamehameha High School and former player at Santa Clara University.

The other five coaches are Myrissa Olanda from Hawaii Pacific University, Shellie Silva from the University of San Francisco, Missy Moore and Amanda Paterson from UH and Hilary Okumura from Creighton University.

The coaches will also be talking to the kids about using soccer as a means to help further their education and preparation for college.

The Leahi Soccer Club has consistently sent teams to the USYS Far West Regionals and several prestigious mainland tournaments including the San Diego Surf Cup.

For more information, call Glenn Morita at 241-1685 or (pager) 644-6487.


Fire Raiders take out Waimea

KALAHEO — The Kauai Fire Raiders 1 KYBA girls 17 and under team took a 24-22 win over Waimea on Thursday evening at the Kalaheo Neighborhood Center.

Cherisse Rapozo and Rachael Taira combined for eight points for Kauai while Joanna Jacinto and Janna Soto scored five points each for Waimea.

In the second game, the Fire Raiders 2 took a 2-0 win over the Bus Drivers.


Camps start on July 19

The Summer Classic Basketball Camps will begin on July 19 and continue on July 26.

On July 19, the camp will be held for kids ages 6-10.

The camp will run at Kauai High School between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. The cost for the event is $10.

The event is for kids who want to have a good time while improving their skills.

Kids should bring basketball attire, a ball, a sack lunch and a signed waiver form from parents.

On July 26, kids between the grades of 8-12 can attend the camp.

The event costs $10 and runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Kauai High.

For more information about the two camps, call Charlene Quinoes at 274-3169 or Alison Chase at 742-8790.

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