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• Kawika Sweet hot for Puhi Rebels
• Majors registration taking place now
• Holly Iloreta makes All-Tourney team
Kawika Sweet hot for Puhi Rebels
Kawika Sweet scored ten points to lead the Puhi Rebels to a 58-33 win over Wailua during the Saturday outing of the county’s 14 Under Boys Basketball League played at the Kalaheo Neighborhood Center.
Matt Lindsey led Wailua with 12 points.
Tyrus Ceria-Lux finished with 14 points to lead the Lihu‘e Breakaway in their 61-46 win over the Lihu‘e Lakers, Aric Causino finishing with 24 points in the loss.
Majors registration taking place now
The Kawaihau Community Little League is now accepting applications for players and coaches for its upcoming Majors season.
Players, aged between 10 and 12 years old, born between August, 1991 through July, 1994 are eligible for the program.
Application deadline for interested coaches is Mar. 13, and deadline for player applications is Mar. 29.
Application forms may be picked up at Pono Market in Kapa‘a.
For questions, please leave a message at 822-0885.
Holly Iloreta makes All-Tourney team
Holly Iloreta, a member of the Kaua‘i High School girls basketball team was named to the All-Tournament team following their third place finish in the King Kekaulike Girls Basketball Tournament this weekend on Maui.
Ulu Kelekoma notched 14 points to lead the Kaua‘i girls basketball team to a 60-17 showing over Kailua on Thursday to open their tourney bid.
In a non-tournament contest, the Red Raiders controlled Maui 55-48 also on Thursday.
Kapa‘a’s girls hoops squad, on the other hand, did not fare as well, dropping their Thursday game 49-34 to host King Kekaulike who got 15 points from Lindsey Christensen.
Kaua‘i basketball got nine points from Rachel Taira, but dropped to Baldwin, 46-29 on Friday while Kapa‘a suffered their second loss in consolation play with a 38-16 loss to Leilehua who got 18 points from Pikake Nutter-Gaudel. Bristol King led the Lady Warriors with four points.
A 55-40 win over St. Andrews Priory put Kaua‘i in third place while the Kapa‘a High School Warriors finished the tournament in seventh.
On Wednesday, the Kaua‘i High School Red Raider baseball team opened up with a 12-1 win over Moanalua in Pool B play at the 24th Annual Dick Kitamura tournament played on O‘ahu.
Waimea High School baseball team under new head coach Nelson Mendonca, also pulled off an 8-7 win over Punahou in Pool A play at that same tournament.
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