Leonard Vegas took a break from soccer to go watch the cross country race Saturday. Actually, Coach Vegas said he’s been all over the island, but was going to end the day in Waimea.
On the subject of soccer, congratulations to Cayla Kitabayashi for making it on the Pacific University soccer team.
Arthur Brun was doing a great job at the Pop Warner races, and said gotta check out the hamburgers at the food booth — not the pre-fab kine, the real homemade mix.
Nicole Farr said she was going to have to miss the volleyball games because she was tending to the runners, but surprise, she showed up at Kapa‘a, and it was a good thing because Waimea won.
Congratulations to Coach Chad Delanoza and his staff. Jazzlyn Bradbury’s dad was one happy camper after working through each ball through the five games.
Calvin Paleka had to tend gym so Greg Gonsalves could go check out the Kapa‘a Business Association coaching film (uh, Kenny Ishii had a pretty full house for saimin after the volleyball games), and while everyone else had their hands full, thank heaven for Ross Shimabukuro taking care of KIF bowling.
OK, time to roll out … Charlie Bass is having a “totem” dedication at Kilauea School this afternoon.
• Dennis Fujimoto, photographer and staff writer, can be reached at 245-3681 (ext. 253) or email@example.com.