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Borrero introduces new coaches

Kaua‘i High School’s head football coach Derek Borrero introduced his varsity and new junior varsity coaching staff at a parents meeting last night at the high school cafeteria. Jon Takamura was introduced as the new junior varsity head coach.

Borrero also discussed the 2.0 grade point average requirement, the importance of practices and his plan to keep the “run and shoot” offense.

“I’m not here to fix what’s not broken. I’m not here to change the play book,” he said.

He also did not shy away from talking about former head coach Keli‘i Morgado.

“I know this meeting is not for this,” he said. “I’m still losing sleep over this. It’s a tough thing. But we have to move on.”

Chittenden aces

Wailua No. 14

Ron Chittenden of Kilauea aced the 14th hole at the Wailua Golf Course Wednesday.

Using a Wilson Fat Shaft 5 wood, Chittenden recorded his second hole-in-one in his 20-year golfing career by holing the 170-yard No. 14.

Chittenden was golfing with the Wednesday Men’s Golf Club.

Intramural league for private schools announced

Island School athletic director Kirk Correa and assistant Shelby Dabin formally named an island-wide intramural athletics league for middle school students from all private schools.

The program has been running informally for several years, but it was recently formalized as the Private School League.

The league recently finished the basketball and volleyball season and are currently playing soccer and track.

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