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• Clinic for coaches coming Mar. 6
• Junior will start third at Daytona 500
• Foreman shrugs off age in return to ring
• Mears, McMurray fastest in Daytona 500 practice
• Tiger back in the swing of things
Clinic for coaches coming Mar. 6
The Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation is now accepting registration for a one-day sport clinic for high school, community adult coaches, and officials that will be held on Saturday, Mar. 6 at the Chiefess Kamakahelei School.
Starting from 8 a.m. and running until 1:30 p.m., 12 coaches from the college and high school levels will present on football, soccer, and volleyball.
A special Drug Awareness and Prevention for Sport Coaches will also be presented at this clinic.
Space is limited for this free clinic, so organizers are asking interested adult coaches to sign up early to assure a space. Deadline for submitting applications is 3 p.m., Mar. 1.
Registration forms are available at Island School, Kapa‘a High, Kula School, and Waimea High. Completed application forms may also be turned in at these schools.
For more information or questions, please contact any of the school’s athletic director, Ms. Diane Nitta at 274-3506, Deron Doi at 274-3509, or Bill Arakaki at 338-6800.
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