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Basketball Clinics
Ball Out Hawaii. For students in grades 4-12. Every Tuesday (grades 4-8) and Thursday (grades 9-12), from June 12 through July 26 at Pukele Mini Park. Sessions go from noon to 1:15 p.m. and 1:15 p.m.-2:30 p.m. and students are allowed to sign up for only one session per day. Cost is free but a suggested donation of $5 per kid per clinic with all proceeds to go directly to the Hawaii Food Basket to assist in the Kilauea Eruption relief effort. Info:
Coaching Vacancies
Kalani High School
Baseball. Head coaches for varsity and junior varsity programs wanted. College degree preferred with at least three years of expereince, track record of leadership in successful interscholastic or club program as a head coach, teaching background preferred, knowledge of the game, strong organizational skills, satisfactory criminal history background check, completion of NFHS coaches certification and NFHS concussion management certification and NFHS awareness certification. Info: Send resume and cover letter to Kalani High Athletic Director Greg Van Cantford at or mail to Attn: Greg Van Cantford, Kalani High School, 4680 Kalanianaole Hwy., Honolulu, HI 96821. Must be postmarked/emailed by June 15th.
Waialua High School
Girls Basketball. Head coach wanted. Resumes being accepted now through June 22nd. Fax resumes to Athletic Director, Bryce Kaneshiro at 637-8209 or email
Athletic Awards
Aiea High School
Athlete of the Year– Boys: Ferenisi
Girls: Leslie Mamai-Lagafuaina.
Scholar Athlete–Boys: Anthony Frazier. Girls: Elyssa Ball.
Outstanding Athlete
Fall sports
Bowling–Boys: Chasen Olita.
Girls: Kiana Saito.
Cheerleading–Sideline: Shaylene Pantil.
Cheerleading–Competitive: Chaela Baptista.
Cross Country–Boys: Alton Powell. Girls: Brianna Hafer.
Football–Inspirational: Ataragi Moli.
Football–Outstanding: Ty Matsunami.
Soft Tennis–Boys: Anthony Frazier. Girls: Andrea Leomo.
Volleyball–Girls: Leslie Mamai.
Winter Sports
Basketball–Boys: Jaime Amos. Girls:
Ufi Ale.
Soccer–Boys: Jacob Filio. Girls: Taylor Simplicano, Brooke Shimabukuro, Kaithlyn Hamilton.
Wrestling–Boys: Weiyi Zheng. Girls: Kristen Bareng.
Paddling–Boys: Makain Gervacio, Kekoa Nojima Girls: Kiana Nakamura.
Spring Sports
Baseball–Jake Nakamoto.
Golf– Boys: Cameron Ray. Girls: Janeil Famacion.
Judo–Boys: Austin Higa. Girls: Nicoelle Nishimura.
Softball–Trinty Atuatasi, Kehau Arke, Jada Valenciano.
Tennis–Boys: Anthony Frazier. Girls: Kylie Urasaki.
Track–Boys: Ferenisi Lualemana. Girls: Leslei Mamai-Lagafuaina.
Volleyball–Boys: Prince Anselmo.
Kalani High School
Athlete of the Year–Kailer Okura,
Cherise Horita.
Spectrum Scholar Athlete–Daniel Huang, Rovi Porter.
Most Valuable Player
Baseball–Kekoa Gabriel.
Basketball–Max Pepe, Logan Luke.
Bowling–Dylan Shugart, Rianne Pada.
Competitive Cheer–Tia Tabisola.
Cross Country–Justin Berry, Paige Basilio.
Football Defense Player–Justin
Gatewood, Cody Uehara.
Football–Kai Anderson.
Football Offense Player–Seth Tina
Golf–Curtis Meares, Miki Manta.
Judo–Kailer Okura, Zoe Tateyama.
Paddling–Justin Yasutake, Angela
Riflery–Knox Tereschuk, Becky Lei.
Sideline Cheer–Kiana Montizor.
Soccer– Sena Morimoto, Daysha-Ann
Soft Tennis–Justin Terada, Keilani Kim.
Softball–Cherise Horita.
Swimming–DH Hwang, Kate Fujii.
Tennis–Daniel Huang, Dale Emoto.
Track–Ryu Yamane, Azure Chung.
Volleyball–Ashley Wang, Keoni Thiim.
Water Polo–Angela Pacheco.
Wrestling–Dustin Gregory, Kyara Tagami


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