• Hawai‘i swimmers lead team to 1st place
• Kekaha baseball continues registration
• Kawaihau LL Board volunteers sought
• Kaua‘i Senior Golf Club opening registration
Hawai‘i swimmers lead team to 1st place
Kaua‘i High School graduate and current Pomona-Pitzer freshman Tyson Chihara and Kamehameha Schools grad Andrew Kinimaka led the Pomona-Pitzer men’s swim team to a first-place finish at the University of Redlands Invite Meet held last month.
Chihara swam the second leg of the 200 Yard Medley Relay and the Pomona-Pitzer “A” took second place with a time of 1:40.95. Kinimaka anchored its “B” team which took fourth, clocking in at 1:45.36.
Chihara (1:05.64) then took third in the 100 Yard Breastroke and Kinimaka (49.02) took first in the 100 Freestyle.
Chihara (2:05.89) also took first in the 200 Yard Medley. Kinimaka (2:06.96) took third.
Both Chihara and Kinimaka swam for the 200 Yard Free relay teams, taking second and sixth place.
Kekaha baseball continues registration
The Kekaha Youth Baseball Organization continues registration for its upcoming Shetland and Pinto divisions from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. tomorrow, Monday, Tuesday and next Friday at the Kekaha Park.
Those interested are required to bring their birth certificates and medical insurance cards. The fee is $50.
For more information, call 635-2828 or 630-1955.
Kawaihau LL Board volunteers sought
Volunteer applications for the Kawaihau Community Little League are currently being accepted.
Deadline for applications is Saturday to be considered for the board of the KCLL.
Interviews will be done on Nov. 10 and 12 by a three-person panel of former board members and election will take place on Nov. 14.
For more information and application forms, call Bryan Aiwohi at 635-5926 or 823-8832.
Kaua‘i Senior Golf Club opening registration
The Kaua‘i Senior Golf Club is now opening the club up to more golfers.
Any golfer aged 50 during this calendar year is eligible for membership. Annual dues are $8.
The club hosts quarterly tournaments every year in February, May, August and November.
This month’s tournament will be Saturday, Nov. 29 at the Wailua Golf Course. The entry fee is $7 with the deadline to enter by 5 p.m., Nov. 19.
A $3 late fee will be assessed after that.