Wailua gets second straight win

Janessa Grady tucked in a dozen points and Kelsey Cadiente added another 10 markers as the Knock-out Girls handed Kaulupono A their second defeat 33-10 Tuesday night in the ZZ Youth Basketball 14U girls league.

Valkeesha Lagazo, like in her Monday performance topped the Kaulupono A effort along with Searra Kaohi. Both girls scored four points apiece.

Kira Kupihea bulled the inside for a game-high 16 points as Wailua picked up their second win in as many nights as the girls in green topped Kaulupono B 34-29.

Jodi Das added six points to Kupihea’s lead.

Jayme Jacinto and Charlyn Ortiz paced the Kaulupono B effort with 13 and nine points respectively. John Beralas and Halem Medina combined for 36 points to lead Kapa‘a to a 60-54 win over the Breakaway in the 16 and Under boys action.

Beralas finished with 21 points and Medina added 15 marks. Travis Stine led the Breakaway effort with 16 points followed by Jeremy Robinson contributing 13 points and Basil Walton finishing with 10 points.

Brenden Cristobal wrestled for Westside

In Thursday’s sports section (B1), the Westside Wrestling photo included the wrong name of a participant. Instead of Brandon Livingston, it should’ve been Brenden Cristobal.

Waimea JV girls volleyball meeting

There will be a meeting for any girls interested in playing on the Waimea High School junior varsity volleyball team on May 31 at 3 p.m., fronting the Clem Gomes gymnasium.

Any interested girls and their parents are invited to come. Call Stan Lazaro at 346-7991 for more information.

Irons battles Munro

in fourth round

Hanalei’s Andy Irons is the lone Hawai‘i surfer left in the Globe Fiji contest.

Irons battles Australia’s Trent Munro today in a fourth round heat.

Ballard surf contest invades PK’s

The Second Annual Rochelle Ballard O’Neill Island Girl Jr. Pro surf contest happens Sunday, August 13 at PK’s in Po‘ipu.

The event, sponsored by Reef and Nukumoi Surf Company, is for up-and-coming women surfers from Hawai‘i between the ages of 8 through 21 (Hawai‘i residents only).

The purpose of the contest is to provide a platform for the young women of Hawai‘i to advance from amateur to professional surfing.


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