Kaua‘i Senior Softball launches 70s division

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    ‘The kids left too early,” said a fan during the inaugural 70s division play, Friday. “They missed Papa (aka Jimmy Torio of Tropical Tsunami) making his RBI single (in the the fourth inning of the game against Na Koa Kupuna where Tsunami scored four runs to pull to 12-7 deficit following four complete innings).”

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    Na Koa Kupuna’s Pope Dotario makes contact, and his courtesy runner Bolo Ruiz is poised to run in the fourth inning where Na Koa scored five runs. Base umpire Dwight Fujii keeps an eye on the play action during the inaugural 70s division games at Isenberg Park.

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    Na Koa Kupuna pitcher Garret Agena watches as Tsunami batter Jed Sommit tries to beat the throw to first base in the third inning, Friday during the inaugural 70s division play at Isenberg Park.

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    Na Koa Kupuna pitcher Garret Agena faces a Tsunami batter, Friday during the inaugural 70s division games at the Isenberg Park.

LIHU‘E — “There were a lot of good guys in there,” said John Patt, coach of the Koloa Cane Cutters, and credited with “being very instrumental in moving forward with the inaugural” 70s division senior softball league. “These were not just good baseball and softball people, they were just good people.”

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