• KIF golf wraps up today in Wailua
• Kaua’i/Kapa’a battle in baseball
• KIF girls hoops dribbles tonight
• Mokihana Aquatics bread sale
• Po’ipu Challenge paddles today
KIF golf wraps up today in Wailua
Individual titles are on the line today at the Wailua Golf Course in KIF golf. The Red Raider boys and girls golf squads have already wrapped up the championships.
The first tee off should start around 11:18 a.m. at the eastside public course.
Front runners for the boys title includes Kaua’i’s Mike Garcia (75), Chad Nonaka (76), Niko Tacsiat (77), and Wiley Yoshioka (77).
Kaua’i’s Miki Ueoka (80) should win the girls title, with challenges from teammate Rae-Lyn Morikawa (86) and Kapa’a’s Malia Saiki (89).
The first round of the individual championships were held at the Po’ipu Bay Golf Course last Saturday.
The final round is scheduled for today at the Wailua Golf Course.
The HHSAA State Boys Golf Championships will be held at the Turtle Bay Palmer Course on O’ahu, from May 15-17. The girls tournament runs from May 8-10 at the Turtle Bay Fazio Course.
Kaua’i/Kapa’a battle in baseball
The Red Raiders and Warriors face off in a doubleheader today, starting at 10 a.m. The games will be played at the Vidinha Stadium Ballpark. Idle Waimea is the KIF champions.
KIF girls hoops dribbles tonight
KIF girls basketball takes its second turn into Saturday night this season, with Waimea battling Kapa’a at the Bernice Hundley Gymnasium. Kapa’a, the first round champions, sit at 0-2 in the second round. In the meantime, the Menehune are 2-0 in round two and could move closer to clinching the second round title with a win over the Warriors. Idle Kaua’i is 1-1 in round two.
Mokihana Aquatics bread sale
Mokihana Aquatics is selling Moloka’i Bread at the entrance of Wal-Mart, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. today.
For individuals who already bought tickets, pick-up is between 8 a.m. to 12 noon. The bread sale is a fundraiser for the club.
Po’ipu Challenge paddles today
The Koloa Outrigger Canoe Club will be hosting the Po’ipu Challenge today, starting at 8:30 a.m.
The six-man outrigger canoe race starts just outside the surf break at Po’ipu Beach and heads to Palama Buoy and back. The event is about 10 miles long and should take approximately over an hour per division.