the garden island
The Garden Island Football Club teams are faring well in the Kaua‘i Soccer Association’s Seven-a-Side league following play Sunday.
“They’re doing all right,” coach Kevin Devitt said after one of two Girls Under 14 squads kept its undefeated record intact.
GIFC edged GIFC-Po‘okela 1-0 to improve to 15 team points on its 5-0 record. GIFC-Po‘okela is in second place with five team points on its 1-2-2 standings.
Despite a 6-3 win over BTU (1-3-1) Sunday, Kulia Lanakila (1-3-1), remains tied with BTU on four team points each.
The third GIFC team, GIFC-East (4-0-1), controls the Girls Under 18 standings with 13 team points. GIFC-East edged the Eastside Girls (0-4-1) 6-5 Sunday.
Ha‘aheo Teenie Wahine (5-0) shut down the Kapa‘a Blaze 8-0 to keep its undefeated record intact in the Girls Under 8 division. TW has 15 team points; Kapa‘a Blaze (0-5) is still looking for its first win.
Tunda improved to 4-0-1 and 13 team points in the Boys Under 10 division after shutting down the KSC-Blazing Angels 5-0. The Blazing Angels (1-4) have three team points and trail the Hawaiian Heat (3-2) in the Girls Under 10 class.
Lihu‘e Heat (1-3-1), who fell to Hawaiian Heat 3-2 Sunday, rounds out the BU10 division with four points.
Ha‘aheo Boys (4-2) is the only team in the Boys Under 8 division and drew a bye Sunday. Ha‘aheo has a dozen team points.
The pink-shirted Ha‘aheo (6-0) kept its undefeated record intact with a 2-0 win over Tunda Girls Sunday in the Girls Under 12 division. The win gives the pink shirts 18 team points while Tunda Girls (2-3-1) has seven points. Na Koa Soccer (0-6), dropping 4-0 to the Lihu‘e Cougars (5-1), rounds out that class.
Ha‘aheo swept a Sunday series with a 1-0 win over Kapa‘a Blaze in its second game.
The Cougars lead the Boys Under 12 class with 15 team points followed by Kapa‘a Blaze (1-4-1) with four points.
Coming off a 1-0 win over the Kapa‘a Blaze, Motiv-8, keeps its undefeated record intact and holds 15 team points in the Boys Under 14 division.
Westside United posted a 4-2 win over the Lihu‘e Cougars Sunday, bringing its standing in the BU14 to 3-2 for nine team points. The Lihu‘e Cougars (2-3) has six points, while the Kapa‘a Blaze (0-5) rounds out the division.
Games continue Sunday at 11:30 a.m.