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Keiki Athletes

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Congratulations to the West O‘ahu 769 team on its championship win at the AYSO National Games (10U division). Pictured are (from left) Zoe Tamashiro, Kaitlyn Ferreira, Rylie Soriano, Ava-Carmel Soria, Jaryn Wong, Alyssa Benito, Zati Barron, Isabella Anderson, and (back) coaches Elden Benito and Uri Barron-Silva.

Kane‘ohe FC celebrates its national championship title after competing against 19 other teams in the 10U division at the AYSO National Games at Waipi‘o Peninsula Soccer Complex July 1-7. Pictured are (front) coach David Ahuna, John Kacey Ferreira-Sala, Nainoa Perreira, Dillon Gray, Brody Ka`ahanui, Kawika Ahuna, Kaden McKeague, Justin Katayama, Mike Saengkaewsuk , Kimokeo Fontanilla, Blane Tadaki, and (back) coaches Cole Horita and John Ferreira.

The Surf Hawai‘i 2010G Academy team proudly receive its championship plaque and medals at the Aloha International Cup. Pictured are coaches James Roberts and Adam Kamoku, and players (from left) Che Tachibana, Amara Brooks, Jaylee Kamoku, Nautica Cubi, Lyndsey Iniba, Macy Corpuz, Leila Salausa, Lala Sabino, Bailey Soo and Jordynn Roberts.

The Maunalani 14U Hurley volleyball team celebrate its first-place win at the USA Volleyball Junior National Championships (Silver Flight A division) in Indianapolis. Pictured are (front, from left) Melie Vaioleti, McKenzie McDonald, Cali-Jo Shigemasa, Aiyanie Park, Paige Paaluhi, (back) coach Dayne Teves, Kamryn Correa, Marley Roe, Makia VanderVelde, Dynasty Freitas, Hope Fine and Ambri Hanohano.