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• Perreira sweeps Garden Isle R/C races
• Sign ups starting for Kawaihau t-ball
• Dragons and Magic battle to the end
• Dolphins can’t elude Tomboys
Perreira sweeps Garden Isle R/C races
Quintin Perreira drove his nitro truck to win all three mains to claim the overall win at the latest Garden Isle R/C races Sunday at the Big Kmart parking lot.
Perreira was also the top qualifier in the nitro truck division.
Reggie Aribon had to battle some tough competition to get the win in the nitro sedan “A” division with Rory Salvatore taking the big win in the nitro sedan “B” division.
The Garden Isle R/C racers send out a big mahalo to Big Kmart store manager Jarrett Chytka for use of the west end parking lot. The next event will be held Oct. 19. Admission is free. For more information, call Arnold at 821-8132 or 639-9314.
Sign ups starting for Kawaihau t-ball
Kawaihau Community Little League is accepting registrations for the introduction to baseball and t-ball division 2003 for kids ages 5n8. Registration forms are available at Whaler’s General Store in Anahola, Pono Market, Rosa’s Supply and the Boys and Girls Club of Kapa‘a. Deadline for registration is Oct. 24. For more info, call Philip Hoscon 652-5816.
Dragons and Magic battle to the end
Justin Silva, scoring two goals, got the Outstanding Player of the Game as the Hanapepe Dragons battled the Waimea Magic to a stalemate in AYSO U8 Boys played Saturday at the Hanapepe Field.
Kekoa Tacub and Jason Medeiros were noted for their offensive playing with Medeiros breaking the goalmouth in the third quarter. Brock Tocata and John Cachero, Jr. spearheaded the defensive effort in the tie.
Dolphins can’t elude Tomboys
Hollyann Ka‘iakapu and Kiana Soliven scored to lead the Tornado Tomboys against the Blue Dolphins at Saturday’s AYSO U10 Girls soccer played at the Hanapepe Field.
Tornado Tomboy goalies that kept the Dolphins at bay included Hallie Cristobal, Wendy Tokuzuke and Kristin Kaohelaulii with defenders Mahealani Hurd, Lacie Montemayor, Christina Pearson, Soliven, Angelica Tran, Rachel Umetsu, and Tokuuke.
Outstanding Blue Dolphins included Taylor Delos Reyes, Vakeesha Lagazo, Cassie Mahler, Charleen Miguel, Lindsey Nakamura, Arian Pigao-Chun, Lia Shigematsu, Taylor-Jordon Trugillo and Caylee Yamamoto.
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