North Shore sponsors sports camp

Athletes from 6 through 12 years old are invited to the sports camp sponsored by the North Shore Christian Church.

This is the second year the church is hosting the camp that will cover basketball, soccer and cheer.

Camp runs from 9 a.m. to noon July 9 to 13 from.

Three trained coaches from Uncharted Waters Sports Ministry will be working with the kids with help from volunteer coaches from the NSC Church. Participants will receive study materials, a T-shirt and refreshments.

Registration takes place at 8:30 a.m. July 9 at the yellow-and-white tent located on the campus of the Kaua‘i Christian Academy on Kilauea Road.

Registration fee is $30 per participant for the five days of camp. Scholarships are available through the church and no child will be turned away for lack of funds.

For more information, call Steve at 635-6558.

Soccer players needed

Girls 14 years and under interested in playing soccer for a team participating in a Maui tournament are asked to contact William Trugillo.

Trugillo is in the process of forming a U-14 team to participate in a Maui tournament July 10-14.

For more information, call Trugillo at 651-6083.

Course set for Westfield Junior PGA Championship

The Aloha Section PGA will conduct the 2007 Aloha Section Junior PGA Championship starting this Thursday at the Princeville Makai Course.

This is the first time this statewide event is being hosted at one location, as the Makai Course features a 9-hole and an 18-hole course that can be played simultaneously.

 Golfers aged 9 years and older will play 18 holes per day. Those 8 years and younger will play 9 holes per day. The winners of the 13 to 18 boys’ and girls’ divisions of the Aloha Section Junior PGA Championship qualify to join over 150 of the nation’s top junior golfers in the PGA of America’s flagship junior event, the Westfield Junior PGA Championship, July 11 to 14 at the Westfield Group Country Club in Westfield Center, Ohio. 

 The 32nd National Westfield Junior PGA Championship is open to one boy and one girl champion from each of the 41 PGA Sections, the winners of select national junior tournaments conducted throughout the year and special invitees who have not reached their 19th birthdays and who have not started college. 

 Only two juniors from Hawai‘i have been able to capture this national title — Stephanie Kono in 2005 at Westfield Group course in Westfield Center, Ohio and Reynold Lee in 1988 at Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis, Mo.

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