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Thirteen-year-old Deiona-Marie Carter of ‘Ewa Beach set a meet record in both the 100- and 200-meter dash at the Menehune Track Meet.
Congratulations to the Pipeline 2008 boys team on winning the 2019 HYSA Memorial Day Cup. Pictured are (front, from left) Oliver, Logan, Aidan, Jonathan, Morgan, Tyler, (middle) Ethan, Kainoa, Keola, Kaleb, Brody, Micah, and (back) coaches James and Keola.
The Rainbows Volleyball Club Hawai‘i 14 Silver team show off their championship medals at the 2019 Champions League Hawai‘i June 1. Pictured are (front, from left) Jasmine Rocha, Dilan Chock Makiya, Lia Aiwohi, Nicole Arucan, and (back) Kayla Arucan, Tate Michimoto-Toma, Leimana Fujiwara, Mia Hironaka, Isabella Arrisgado, Rella Binney, Mila Aiwohi and Clara Li. Not pictured: Emilia Eveleth, and coaches Leka Falefa-Kiner and Madi Collier.
Here’s the Highlight Youth Football League 9U 2019 spring champions: Anthony Claytor, Joe Witford, Bodhi Kaanga, Blazyn Nunuha, Ka’uhane Soares, Rasta Farley, Johnny Ah You, Ziggy Farley, Tevita Ikakoula, Kaikila Lessary Ripp, Siale Reid, Kamali Wong, Mana’e Colleado, Cliff ord Waiwaiole, Irie Adolpho, Blake Alo, Legend Taualaga, Ekela Spencer, Jonas Wong, Ziggy Kamai Keawe, Ephraim Kinikini-Blake, Drake Hodson, Saint John JJ Lessary, Tyler Morasco, Johnny Whitford, Kahiapo Kaniaupio, Kaisia Ueni, Kayge Hubble, One Luv Leota, Kobe Bruhn, Kamaehu Fely-Leota, Soni Falepapalagi, BJ Tagoai and Matai Alo.