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Kudos to the Ballistic Soccer Hawai‘i 2009 team on winning the 2020 HYSA Presidents Day Cup girls U11 premier division. Pictured are (front, from left) Ryah, Sadie, Sophia, Mia, Brooke H., Olena, Ava, (back) coach Jerry, Marley, Kacy, Brooke P., Lana, Leah, Cami and coach Lea.
The 808 Rainbows shaka for the camera.
Congratulations to 17-year-old Sadie Antoque, a two-time state wrestling champion from Castle High School.
Precious Rabino serves the ball for Kap City Volleyball.
Hawai‘i Rush 08G proved to be the best after capturing the 2020 HYSA Presidents Day Cup. Pictured are (front, from left) Kerys Palmer, Isley Lorenzo, Logan Pang, Leia Tupper, Miyah Suster, Ella Chun, Taylor Gallano, Krislyn Uyeda, (back) coach Tony Makue, Kulia Montgomery, Chloe Ayonon, Kana Smith, coach Nate Meyer, Kaila Meyer, Ava Kreusling, Panaewa Cayetano, coach Jimmy Suster, Madisyn Meyers, Alyssa Hudman and coach Tiffany Makue.
The 808 Rainbows seniors gather for a team photo.
Meet the ‘Ewa Beach Cardinals flag football 4U team, coached by Brian Dano.
Seven-year-old Emma Inagaki holds up her trophy and scholarship certificate at the 2020 Hawai‘i State Pepsi Youth Championships bowling tournament (U8 division).