AYSO Vipers handle Bad Boyz, 5 – 1

Kailon Tyndzik notched a hat trick (three goals) to lead the Wailua Vipers to a 5-1 win over the visiting Hanalei Bad Boyz Strike Saturday at the Wailua Houselots Park.

Keanu Hill and Kaiolohia (Kai) Youn each added their mark to the Vipers’ win while Brycen Phillips’ score prevented a shutout for the Bad Boyz.

Justin Uegawa, Travis Kim, Dylan Miura, Jordon Guerrero, Poalima Deponte and Tyler Morris were noted for outstanding play for the Vipers.

Christian Potter, Jesse Simpson, Kaz Tasic, Iiams Fu, Asher Rodgers, Chase Hanson, Bryce Baker, Jacob Landgridge and Cole Douglas were noted for their contribution to the Hanalei Bad Boyz’s efforts.

Red Bulls run with Wailua Fireballs

The Nagahisa cousins, Treston and Kobe, led the Wailua Red Bulls into the scorebooks by notching three goals in the first quarter only to have the Wailua Fireballs roar into action in the second quarter to a come-from-behind win.

Each of the Fireballs scored at least one goal with Raymond Duarte and Francis Green shooting multiple goals. Also strong in the win were Bobby Bartolo and Blake Ornellas.

Larry Rupert and Coleman Langstaff were strong for the Red Bulls, chasing down the ball on the comeback effort. Treston Nagahisa continued his run in the final quarter with a final goal to finish with his first hat trick (three goals) of the season.

Hurricanes get ‘Shredded’

Tyler Barton and Colby Sargent each scored a pair of second-half goals for the Hanalei Shredders in the U8 Boys game played in AYSO Region 941 at the Wailua Houselots Park on Saturday.

Although “hungry for the win,” the Wailua Hurricanes will have to wait for another day because despite outstanding play from Kevin Dynes, Hilo Chock, Spencer Duvachelle, Austin Havens, Tate Boice and Kaikea Roe, the ball could not find the goal mouth.

Hanalei got outstanding play from Alexander Harris, Sonny Check, Titus Longridge, Malik Porter, Kekoa Lawhead and Dorian Blanchard.

Larry Barton, the Shredders’ coach, and Sandi Duvachelle, coach for the Hurricanes, both commended the boys for a hard-fought contest that was waged in hot, humid conditions that saw the mercury toying with the 90-degree mark on the thermometer.

Soccer Chicks fight the Wailua Army

Takara Kunioka scored four goals to lead the Soccer Chicks to a 5-2 win for Wailua Army on Saturday.

Nicole Isoda added a goal in the win while Amy Gaines accounted for both Army scores.

Melissa Seymour, Taylor Foster, Michelle LaMadrid, Taylor Ochoa, Koral Linser Wilson, Elizabeth Luttrell, Anela Coon, and Kelsey Duvachelle were noted for outstanding Soccer Chicks’ play while Army got outstanding performances from Karalee Higa, Tori Pezario and Christen Jannin Hashizume.

Mike Seymour LaMadrid coaches the Soccer Chicks while Nicole Pezario heads up the Wailua Army.

VIP Menehune

Goals scored by VIP Menehune: Jamie-Lynn Berardi (1), Dannie Bodano (3), Kylie Chang (1), Kekoa Hubbard (2), Makani Kapua (1), Lucus Moore (1), Mikey Scovel (1), Eddie Tagatac (1), Shari Yamamoto (1), Geoffrey Breyfogle (1), Gunnar Breyfogle (2), Shane Vegas (1)

Outstanding VIP Menehune: Chance Balilea, Randy Bristol, Cody Streeter

Girls U8

Hanapepe Shooters, Kalaheo Angels

Angels came flying in 1st and 2nd quarter Angels defender and goaly was quick and fast blocking the shooters balls. Shooters did a come back, doing awesome team work.

Wailua Waterfalls, Star Shooters

Goals scored by Waterfalls: Keana Green, Joni Hashizume, Cassie Wilson

Outstanding Waterfalls: Alanna Bauman, Coral Green, Isabella Voorhies

Goals scored by Star Shooters: Justice Kaua, Genevieve Bieber

Outstanding Star Shooters: Aaryn Gray, Brianee Cabacungan, Kaitlin Alamida, Tishelle Hepa, Kaylee Silva.

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