YOUTH IN MOTION
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Neither Big Island entrant in the Asics/Vaughan Cadet and Junior Nationals wrestling tournament will be bringing a medal back to Hawaii, but Zac Wigzell and Lokelani Ching each posted victories in the tournament in Fargo, N.D.
Shaylann Grace threw a no-hitter to lead Gold Coast to a 17-0 shutout of Utah’s Enterprise in the Little League Softball West Regional Tournament in San Bernardino, Calif., on Tuesday.
Bree Wee has come a long way since the days when she couldn’t run to Lymans surf spot and back from her Kailua-Kona apartment.
Kona Aquatics had three winners and finished sixth in the team standings at the Hawaii long course swimming championships last weekend at Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center in Honolulu.
Editor’s note: This is one in a series of Q&As with members of the Big Island sporting community.
Horseshoe club to start league play
When Kayla Requelman tried to bunt, she couldn’t get it down.
The youth girls soccer clubs in the Pacific Northwest can return to scoring goals.
Justin Shiigi carried a lot of titles at the Volcano International Soccer Tournament.
It rained at times, but by the end of the festivities streaks of light shined across a relatively placid Hilo Bay.
Tracy Miyashiro is based in Hilo, but he prefers to include all of the Big Island when he stocks his Hawaii RBI softball team.
With a pair of former Big Island Interscholastic Federation standouts creating space in the midfield, Tiani Teanio had a field day at forward.
Zac Wigzell knows what to expect; Lokelani Ching doesn’t. But both Big Island residents are looking forward to competing in the Asics/Vaughan Cadet and Junior Nationals wrestling tournament in Fargo, North Dakota.
Calloway Junior World Golf Championships