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• Learn to Swim
• UH Football creates a family affair
• KYBA action heats up in Kapa‘a
Learn to Swim
The Garden Island
Due to a demand for more beginner swim classes, Mokihana Aquatics has expanded its summer schedule.
Learn life saving skills, keep cool, enjoy a very low impact, full-body workout, meet and make new friends, but above all, just keep swimming and having fun. Classes for Mokihana Aquatics start the week of June 28. All classes will be held at the Kaua’i High School swimming pool. Mokihana Aquatics is more than a swim club, it is a non-profit organization dedicated to inspire and enable members to achieve excellence in the sport of swimming and in life.
Along with teaching children to swim, an integral component of the class is water safety skills, including ocean awareness. As children advance in their swimming skills and get more comfortable in the water, they take more risks, thereby minimizing their potential for getting into trouble.
For more information or to register, call 821-0587.
UH Football creates a family affair
HONOLULU n A “Family Zone” has been created for the 2004 University of Hawai‘i football season to cater to individuals who prefer to watch the Warriors in a non-alcohol, family-oriented atmosphere, Athletics Director Herman Frazier announced yesterday.
The zone will feature activities, giveaways, and contests for kids.
The lower (orange) level of sections V and VV, located in the north end zone, will form the “Family Zone.” Additional “Family Zones” will be created if the initial area fills up.
Season tickets are on sale beginning June 14 by calling 944-2697 or visiting the UH website at www.hawaiiathletics.com.
KYBA action heats up in Kapa‘a
In girls 12-and-under action, the Lihu‘e Pacers beat the Kanu Hotshots 23-13. At the end of the first period the score was all tied at 2 points each. It was the Pacers who domintated the second period with Aimee Palaroan scoring 5 of her game high 8 points. Score at the Half was Lihu‘e 11 points to the Hotshots 4 points. In the 3rd it was Janessa Grady scoring 5 points to maintain the lead going into the final period. The final period was evenly scored at 5 points each giving the victory to the Pacers. High score for Lihu‘e was Aimee Palaroan with 8 points and from the Hotshots Lehua McCabe with 4 points.
Game: 2 Lihue Comets 46 – Wailua 27 The first period was a battle with Wailua scoring 5 to Lihue’s 6 points. Lihu‘e took the second and fourth period outscoring Wailua 40-22 in the final 3 quarters. High scorer for Lihu‘e was Ashlyn Ubongen with 12 points and Malika Napoleon contributing 10 points. Jondi Das from Wailua had the game high with 13 points and sister Jodi Das adding 4 points.
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