LIHU‘E — The Island School Voyagers girls volleyball team put a damper on Kapa‘a High School’s aim for the first round title during one of two Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation girls volleyball matches broadcast by Spectrum OC16 on Thursday night from the new Kaua‘i High School gymnasium.
NAWILIWILI — Food security worries were eased at the Boys & Girls Club, Kapa‘a Clubhouse on Tuesday when the Rotary Club of Kapa‘a presented a $10,000 award to Kaua‘i Independent Food Bank in support of a full year of the KIFB Backpack Program.
Yes, Jules from Da ‘Aina is one of the more than two dozen craft vendors (some coming from outside Kaua‘i) that are participating in the Kaua‘i Mokihana Festival Craft Fair that’s squeezed between the Friday night kahiko hula and Saturday’s ‘auana hula …
WAIMEA — Kaua‘i High School boys placed four of its finishers in the top 10 to win the latest Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation cross-country meet that was hosted by Waimea High School at its 3.1-mile course on campus and adjoining Cook Park on Saturday.
Kudos to all on a very exciting weekend that centered around the high school sporting world. That includes the opening of the new Kaua‘i High School gymnasium, Kaua‘i High School homecoming week which included a community parade and pep rally, and Waimea High School hosting back-to-back Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation sports events
LIHU‘E — Pink is the island color of Maui that was recently heavily impacted by wildfires. Pink is also the color of Breast Cancer Awareness Month that starts on Saturday, when the Kaua‘i Committee on the Status of Women are getting “pink’d on purpose” through the month of October to promote breast cancer awareness.
LIHU‘E — The new Kaua‘i High School gymnasium stirred excitement into the world of Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation sporting events on Friday, when the facility debuted with the Kaua‘i High School girls volleyball teams hosting the Kapa‘a High School Warriors.
What’s with all that colored hair (Mary Ann Ornellas of Malia Kai — it’s upstairs of the former City Liquor building — said the colored eyes and vampire teeth for Halloween are good sellers!) by the scorer’s table at the Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation air riflery matches at Clem Gomes Gym on Saturday?
LIHU‘E — Led by Richard Palacio’s high score of 212 rolled in the second contest, the Waimea High School boys team broke the string of two straight victories by the Kaua‘i High School boys on Thursday at a Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation bowling series at Kaua‘i Bowl.