Abel keeps winning Kaua‘i Hoe Wa‘a

NAWILIWILI — Abel Teriitemataua was not going to be beat, Sunday during the Kaua‘i Hoe Wa‘a JP’s Tree Trimming, Race No. 3 that was settled to contest at the Nawiliwili Harbor.

KIF Girls soccer garners state honors

The Kaua’i High School soccer team capped one of their most successful seasons in recent memory, with four players capturing All-Tournament honors.

St. Catherine hosts keiki triathlon

KAPA‘A — St. Catherine School hosted its first triathlon, Friday centered around the Kapa‘a Pool, and the adjoining park located behind the Kapa‘a Neighborhood Center.

Making history

The Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation made history with three wrestlers placing in the final day of state competition at the Hawai‘i High School Athletic Association Texaco Wrestling Championship last weekend at the Blaisdell Center Arena.

Murata climbs to second Top 10 finish

WAILUA — University of Hawai‘i freshman Kotaro Murata took advantage of blue skies and near-perfect tournament conditions to fire a 2-under 70, Saturday during the final round of the John Burns Intercollegiate tournament hosted by Hawai‘i at the Wailua Golf Course.

Murata breaks 70

University of Hawai‘i golfer Kotaro Murata fired a 4-under 68 to rise to ninth place following the second day of the John Burns Intercollegiate golf tournament at the Wailua Golf Course.

Red Raiders place fifth at state tourney

The Kaua‘i High School boys’ basketball team capped its season with a fifth-place finish at the 2020 Snapple boys’ basketball Division II fifth-place game with a 52-49 victory over Seabury Hall Friday morning at Stan Sheriff Center.

BYU’s Kuest in six-way tie at the top

WAILUA — No. 33 Peter Kuest found four birdies in the wind at the Wailua Golf Course to finish the opening day of the John Burns Intercollegiate in a six-way tie for the lead, Thursday.

KHW paddlers shine during week two

KALAPAKI Kauai Hoe Wa‘a Racing Association held a paddling race on Feb. 16 in lightly windy conditions at Kalapaki Bay, with a last-minute few switch-ups for paddlers.

Red Raiders fall in quarterfinals of state tourney

HONOLULU The Kaua‘i High School boys’ basketball team got plenty of production out of their top scorers against Kohala in the quarterfinals of the Hawai‘i High School Athletic Association Snapple Boys Basketball Division II Championship Wednesday afternoon at Kalani High School on O‘ahu.

Senior softball shakeup

HANAMA‘ULU — The Kaua‘i Senior Softball League brought the seven-game series to the outskirts of Lihu‘e with a triple-header at the Peter Rayno Softball Park with four games at the Puhi Neighborhood Softball Stadium.

Fast Company keeps winning

NAWILIWILI — Papa ‘Au barely squeaked the line, but an early-over proved costly to the Express 27 during the Nawiliwili Yacht Club Shakedown Series, Race No. 1 last Thursday.

UH golf returns for The Burns

WAILUA — The public is able to view the action at no charge when the 44th John Burns Intercollegiate golf tournament opens with a shotgun start on Thursday morning at 8 a.m. at the Wailua Golf Course.