Curtis Chong, an assistant coach with the Hilo girls soccer team, is all-knowing, chatting with Kauai Fire Capt. Gordan Tamura after the preseason soccer game Saturday at Hanapepe Stadium (Waimea coach Tony Garma and William Trujillo got to see all of the Hilo games before putting the Menehune ladies on the line).
Curtis said Royce Ebesu (congratulations on the opening of Body Therapy on Saturday next to Subway Sandwich in Lihue!) is married to a Hilo girl, and his brother Glenn operate the therapeutic center based on sound waves.
Ross Shimabukuro broke away from the opening ceremonies to take in the soccer game before returning to Troy’s to watch the University of Hawaii football game (Royce Sr. was supposed to be back with the food!). The question is, where was Robert Tamura, who has relatives playing for both Kauai and Hilo high schools?
Earlier in the week, Darren Yu’s brother-in-law Stan from Honolulu (he had an appointment in another courtroom) was waiting in the courthouse when Martin Steinhaus (he was also refereeing at the Hilo/Kapaa game after Drug Court graduation) hosted the largest Drug Court graduation with 14 graduates.