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Members of the Play Sports Hawai‘i Flag Football 6U Division team Backyard Boyz show o~ their hardware after a strong season. Pictured are (from left) Treyson Agpalza, Krysden Helepololei, Styles Ormita, Jayden Rivera and Espn Helepololei.
Members of the Steelers celebrate with the coaching sta~ at the end of their i9 Sport League flag football season. Pictured are (from left) Lono Enos, Alecko Takeshita, Masen Makinano, Makua McNamera and Dallas Keli‘inoi, and coaches Chad Takeshita, Sean McNamara and Roy Heatherly.
Nitoboxing Academy became the first team from Hawai‘i to win top honors in the Team Award category at the 44th PAL National Championship in Oxnard, California. The event was held Sept. 18-22. Coached by Carlos Tangaro, the pugilists won five gold, three silver and two bronze medals.
Kap City Volleyball Club captured first and second places at the recent 2018 Town and Country Classic Tournament, which hosted 14 teams from around O‘ahu. This is the third consecutive year that Kap City has won the tournament.