Hare & Hound, Poker Run races held Sunday

The fourth annual Kapa Moke Jr. Hare & Hound and Poker Run races were held Sunday in Omao.

About 200 riders, about half of which were keiki, took part in Sunday’s races. The event was hosted by the Garden IslandMotorcycle Club.

The hare and hound races were for experienced riders, in which racers collected checks along the path and whoeverfinished the fastest with all the checks won. The poker run races were for beginners, in which riders collect cards andwhomever had the best five-card poker hand won.

The races are held in memory of Kapa Moke Jr., who died in a swimming accident in 2012.

50 bicycles were donated to child racers who took part — 20 of which were donated to local elementary schools Kekaha,Koloa, Eleele and King Kaumualii. The 20 bikes donated to the schools were donated by Kapa Moke Jr.’s uncle, Daniel Furtado.

Top finishers

Poker Run

C class

1. Jaelynn Dabin

2. Talitha Byram

3. Riley Takayama

4. Kylen Caires

5. Sage Ionna

6. Rocco April

7. Kapa Moke Sr.

8. Brittany Miyoshi

9. Elisha Kelley

10. Jered Kawika

D class

1. William Rita

2. Junior Leones

3. Gilbert Tabalno

4. Finn Beebe

5. Azure Seals

6. Todd Rycewicc

7. Karyn Koko

8. Wayne Pacheco Jr

9. Katie Parkinson

10. Nancy Yonagara

Hare & Hound

A class 30-and-under

1. Casey Satterfield

2. Chris Satterfield

3. Travis Talbo

A class 31-39

1. Kawika Stillwell

2. Aaron McKnight

3. Clark Satterfield

A class 40+

1. Kealoha Estrella

2. Stephen Rivera

3. Kevin Norton

B class 30-and-under

1. Collins Medeiros

2. Bronson Fune

3. Justin Silva

B class 31-39

1. Ricky Ewing

2. Jameson Smith

3. David Takeguchi

B class 40+

1. Billy Carvalho

2. Eric Goo

3. Robert Rycewicz

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