Side Lines for Thursday — April 13, 2006

Big sister was top scorer

In Wednesday’s sports section (B1), the KIF girls basketball article mentioned the wrong sister topping the JV Red Raider score books. It should’ve noted that Amanda Mayer netted a team-high six points, instead of her younger sister, Sierra.

Also, the West Kaua‘i Rotary Track Meet scheduled for today at 4 p.m. at Vidinha Stadium is in its 59th Annual. In Wednesday’s sports section (B1), the track and field article incorrectly noted that it’s nearing its 40th year.


Nawiliwili Yacht Club begins rum races today

Nawiliwili Yacht Club’s Rum Series begins today. The first race of the six-race series will begin at 5 p.m. at Nawiliwili Harbor. The public is invited to view the race from the harbor jetty, as well as to attend the gathering at the Nawiliwili Yacht Club clubhouse immediately following the race. There will be a grill available for “grill your own food” and beverages for a small donation. For more information, call Rear Commodore Dick Olsen at 822-5092 or visit the club’sWeb site at www.nawiliwiliyachtclub.org.


Koloa Pop Warner cheer coaches wanted

Koloa Pop Warner is now taking applications for cheerleading coaches for their 2006-07 cheer season. Anyone interested may contact Nalani at 652-2578 or e-mail cnaguano@yahoo.com.


Team roping continues in Po‘ipu

The second American Cowboy Team Roping Association (AC-TRA) event has been rescheduled for Saturday, May 27 at 10 a.m. at CJM Country Stables in Po‘ipu. Then on Sunday, May 28, ACTRA’s third event goes on at 10 a.m. The fourth ACTRA contest has been rescheduled for Sunday, June 11. Call Nancy for more information at 639-6695. The United States Team Roping Association’s Kauai Classic heads to CJM Country Stables on May 5-7. Contact Jim for more info. at 652-6100.

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