Mailika Napoleon was one of the Kapa‘a people who had a super busy Saturday — tennis in the afternoon and then stepping in for critical play at girls basketball. Good job to Terry Maguire and her staff on keeping Kapa‘a in the chase through the whole game!
Bernard Carvalho was there, and even was up before the sun rose to take in the St. Catherine’s Easter Sunday Sunrise Mass as well.
Joyce Evens made the trek out from Waimea and was planning on changing shirts between baseball and basketball, but had to change plans because the red was darker than she had planned.
Shayln Tupou was playing in the JV game so her whole ‘ohana was also camped out in Kapa‘a … Kira Nakamura is still waiting for the American Idol call.
Anahola Joel Pahukula, even if KQNG doesn’t broadcast the first game, was on the same schedule, checking in at the basketball game after the double-header at the Ron Martin field.
Manny and Sam Henriques had the same itinerary, and congratulations should go out to Kapa‘a coach Destry Carvalho and his staff on their second win.
Bill Arakaki is also looking for Hawai‘i High School Athletic Association Hall of Honor nominees. Guidelines for nominees are available at the HHSAA Web site at www.hhsaa.org.
More kudos to Cathy Agoot, David Moyles and all those people who pulled off the best-ever WalkAmerica event Saturday! Catherine Paleka had the whole Kapa‘a High School music department at the event, and as the walkers started leaving, even Larry Rivera showed up.
• Dennis Fujimoto, photographer and staff writer, can be reached at 245-3681 (ext. 253) or firstname.lastname@example.org.