Kaua’i tries to keep up with Waimea

Once again this season, it’s a two-team race for the KIF softball title, with the same two squads battling for the league’s only state berth.

Kaua’i (2-1), sits in second-place just one game behind Waimea (4-0) in the loss column.

Meanwhile, Kapa’a (0-5) is still fighting for that elusive first victory of the 2005-06 season.

Today at 5:30 p.m., the Red Raiders and Warriors face off at Kapa’a Ballpark in a single-game matchup.

A loss by Kaua’i would hand the Menehune the first-round KIF title. However, a win would help the Red Raiders keep pace with Waimea.

The first-round finale, which pits the two top contenders, happens this Saturday at Isenberg Field.

The doubleheader, which starts at 10 a.m., is for all the apples in the bucket.


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