LIHU‘E — “This is a bum.” Those were the only words Kaua‘i All Stars Mustang 10 and under boys head coach Henry Ibia had Tuesday afternoon when the team gathered for practice at the Lihu‘e County Park Mustang field.
NAWILIWILI — Bonnie Tiffany worked the wheel of Bonjolea II to gain control of the Nawiliwili Yacht Club Invitational Series, Race No. 3 at the Nawiliwili Harbor.
NAWILIWILI — Traffic woes in the middle of the pack paved the way for Kato, with Invitational Ian aboard, to take the opening race of the Nawiliwili Yacht Club Invitational Series at the Nawiliwili Harbor.
LIHU‘E — Bats were swinging — and connecting, Saturday when the Kaua‘i Senior Softball saw five winning teams emerging with 10=-run ruling victories led by the Rookies who keeps its unblemished record clean with a 17-3 win over the Aloha Kia Lihu‘e A’s at the Kaumakani field.
PUHI — Face masks, social distancing and other COVID-19 restrictions could not stop the hundreds of people who turned out for the Kaua‘i Victory Tour by coach Charlie Wade, University of Hawai‘i-Manoa Athletic Director David Matlin and the UH men’s volleyball team Saturday at the Grove Farm Market.
LIHU‘E — The team of Brandon Vallejos and Jenn Gali may have had a tie-breaker to take the 3.0 Mixed Doubles Division over Aaron Tokuda and Macy Tamura, and Chad Koga partnered with Jenn Grady to take the 3.5-Plus Mixed Doubles Division, Sunday at the first-ever Pickle Ball Tournament staged at Kalena Park to wrap up a week-long Fitness in the Park campaign.
For the second straight week, Da Killas forfeited its matchup in the Kaua‘i Senior Softball league that contested six matches between the Hanapepe (Hanapepe Stadium complex) and the Kapa‘a (Bryan J. Baptiste Sports Complex) fields under clear, if not windy, conditions
‘OMA‘O — Chris Satterfield cranked the 12-Blackbelt Check course in just seconds over an hour to claim the A Class Hare & Hound race that was just part of the two-day Garden Island Motorcycle Club 8th Annual Boys Day races.
PUHI — Grove Farm is hosting a celebration next Saturday, where the community can join Grove Farm in congratulating Coach Charlie Wade and the Rainbow Warrior men’s volleyball team on its national championship.