HONOLULU — Kade Kikuchi went up 4 and 3 over 20 holes with Niki Upson to win the Kaua‘i Boys 13-18 bracket during the Hawai‘i State Junior Golf Association (HSJGA) Match Play Tournament that benefitted the Hawai‘i Foodbank.
LIHU‘E — The Mountain West Conference announced Monday the indefinite postponement of all scheduled fall sports contests and Mountain West championship events in response to ongoing challenges with the effective mitigation and management of the COVID-19 virus in conjunction with athletic competitions.
PO‘IPU — Shiloh Hunt needed a big ride, Sunday during the finals of the Super Grom, or 9 and Under, keiki push-in, division at the Second Annual Garden Island Boogie Board Classic contested at the PK’s and Centers breaks.
Some organizations reiterate their company’s mission statement like a subliminal message.
Jeffrey Hubbard held off the competitive field in the open pro division to end up with a high seed in the finals Sunday during the second day of the Second annual Garden Island Boogie Board Classic that unfolded before hundreds of surf fans at the PK’s break.
KOLOA — Long-time bodyboarder Kawika Kau’i never lost sight of the second annual Garden Island Boogie Board Classic’s underlying mission statement.
The Hawai‘i High School Athletic Association executive board approved by majority vote to postpone the start of moderate- and high-risk fall sports to January 2021, which affects cheerleading, cross country, football, and girls volleyball.
For eight-time professional drop-knee bodyboarding champion Dave Hubbard, the second annual Garden Island Boogie Board Classic August 8 and 9 is more than just another competition.
NAWILIWILI — When the first flags fly, Thursday at 5 p.m., the Nawiliwili Yacht Club Race Committee will be hosting the first race of the NYC Gene Wells Memorial Series following last week’s final race of the NYC Rum Series that was taken overall by Fast Company.
Last week, the Hawai‘i High School Athletic Association broke the holding pattern they’ve been in for the previous month.
HANAPEPE — The Kaua‘i Senior Softball League used a sun-drenched weekend to turn the corner and head into the home stretch of the season.
The death of former Minnesota Vikings’ offensive tackle Korey Stringer had a long-term ripple effect on high school and collegiate athletics.
The state Department of Education extracurricular and co-curricular activities are scheduled to begin in-person practices Aug. 19.