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KAGRA celebrates Mother’s Day

The Kaua‘ i All Girls Rodeo Association cowgirls will celebrate Mother’s Day doing what they like the best, riding on horseback and competing in the rodeo arena.

The event begins at 10 a.m. at CJM Country Stables in Po‘ipu, about a mile past the Hyatt Hotel. There are eight mother-daughter cowgirl members. They include Britni Braun and Ho‘olai Ludington-Braun, Kira Blackstad-Pimental and Tracy Pimental, Kelli and Sheri Carveiro, Pam Grant and McKenzie Javelosa, Shelcie and Taylor Ludington, Kim and Charlene Medeiros, Marti Snyder and Joyce Miranda, Kristyn Vasconcelles and Cheree Rapozo-Vasconcelles.

The public is invited to enjoy the action and see who wins the rounds, the daughters or the moms.

Admission is free and a lunch wagon will be on hand to serve local fare. For more information, call Association Secretary Linda Antipala 639-3091

KSA playoffs

start tomorrow

Playoffs for the Spring Season start Saturday and will wrap up with division championships May 12 at the North Vidinha Fields.

Following last weekend’s final season play, the majority of the 43-team field have at least 10 games in the scorebooks and seedings have been established based on their season records.

The Westside Falcons program, with teams in the Under 8, Under 10 and Under 12 divisions, has their Boys Under 8 with an undefeated season followed by the Boys Under 10 with an 8-1-1 record and the Boys under 10 with a 6-2-2 final standing.

Ha‘aheo, another program, have their Girls Under 12 with an undefeated season followed by the Teenie Wahine in the Girls Under 8 finishing 8-1-1 and the Boys Under 8 finishing with a 0-9-1 standing.

The Garden Island Football Club (they call soccer ‘football’ in Europe) also has multiple teams with the GIFC-Po‘okela finishing at 6-3-1, the GIFC-Remix, both teams in the Girls Under 14 division, touting a 5-3-2 season. The GIFC-East, a Girls Under 18 squad, finished with a 6-1-0 record.

Motiv-8 finished 9-1-0 in the Boys Under 14 division and went 2-2-3 in the 16/18 class.

KSC teams finished 1-8-1 for Na Koa Kaulana in the Boys Under 12 class, 3-4-3 for the KSC-NS Hot Tamales in the Girls Under 12 division.

The KSC-Rebels, a Boys Under 14 team, finished 5-3-2, KSC, the Girls Under 14 team, closed out at 2-6-2. The KSC-GU18 team finished at 3-6-1.

Full schedule of playoff games and team standings can be found in the Scoreboard section.

Games start at 8:30 a.m. and the public is invited to view the competition.

Admission is free.

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