Side Lines for Thursday — March 02,2006

• Tatom, Iida, Hataishi rise to the top in golf

• Swim Kauai Aquatics begin today

• Kapa’a Pop Warner seeks volunteers

• Kawaihau Little League registration

• Ginez, Ovales dominate in Waimea


Tatom, Iida, Hataishi rise to the top in golf

Lopaka Tatom, Jack Iida, and Barbara Hataishi all won their divisions in the Kaua’i Seniors Golf Club Tournament, held at the Wailua Golf Course on Feb. 25.

For a complete list of winners, see the scoreboard on page B3.


Swim Kauai Aquatics begin today

Swim Kauai Aquatics (SKA), Kaua’i’s newly sanctioned United States swim team, opens today, 3 p.m. at Kaua’i High School.

Swim workout days and times will vary depending on age and ability.

All interested swimmers (ages 5 & up) are invited to participate.

For additional information, call Coco Baldwin (346-5272) or Ro Davis (742-8948).


Kapa’a Pop Warner seeks volunteers

The Kapa’a Pop Warner Association is seeking volunteers for its upcoming season.

Positions that need to be filled include head and assistant coaches, business managers, and equipment managers.

To apply, go to www.popwarner.com. Click on forms, print, and complete the 2006 volunteer application.

Mail necessary info. to KPW, P.O. Box 605, Kapa’a, 96746.

You may include a cover letter and state your area of interest, or call one of the following board members for an application or for more information: Franny Johnson (president) at 652-3183, Akala Aiwohi (vice president) at 823-8832, or Cassie Camara (cheer coordinator) at 652-6316.

Applications postmarked after Wednesday, March 15 will not be considered.


Kawaihau Little League registration

The Kawaihau Community Little League (KCLL) is having open registration for its majors division, (children born between May 1, 1993-April 30, 1997) now through March 17 at Pono Market in Kapa’a, Kapa’a Little League Ballpark, March 7-9, 14-16, from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. (Call Charlene at 652-6515), and in Kilauea (call Adrianne at 639-2794) to arrange application pick-up and drop off for the north shore area.

Completed applications will be accepted at Kapa’a and Kilauea Ballparks only, but not at Pono Market.

The registration fee is $40 and in addition to the fee, application, and medical release form, parents must also provide a copy of the player’s birth certificate and medical insurance card.

For more info., contact Bryan at 635-5926.


Ginez, Ovales dominate in Waimea

The Garden Isle R/C Racers celebrated along with the Waimea Town Celebration on Saturday.

Dennis Ginez and Bart Ovales were the big winners in the two divisions. Ginez was followed up by Seth Morales, Noel Udaundo, Bongie Gorospe, and Roland Ruiz in the 4wd Nitro Sedan A competition.

Aaron Arizo, Dimi Rivera, Ian Ruiz, and Randy Alcantara, followed Ovales in the 4wd Nitro Sedan B contest.

The next race happens on March 12, weather permitting, at the Wailua offroad track, starting at 10 a.m.

There is no admission charge and for more info., contact Arnold at 245-2604 or 639-9314.

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