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Kudos to team Soccer Stars on capturing the i9 Sports league title in the spring.

Congratulations to HiPer Central (Hawai‘i Performance Baseball in Mililani) on its championship in the 10U division at The Youth Baseball Nationals in Reno-Tahoe. Pictured are (front) Luke Hiromoto, (second row, from left) Gabe Sawa, Kaimi Canyon, Micah Alcisto, Eleu Colburn, Chavis Acol, Kallen Kameoka, Colton Shinagawa, (third row) Blaze Alvaro, Pono Kong, Brandon Glazar, Ryan Shima, Reece Maruyama, (back) Aran Hiromoto, Scott Maruyama, Chad Alvaro, Daryn Shima, Jay Alcisto, Xav Sawa and Ty Glazar.

The Surf Hawai‘i 2010G Premier team celebrates its championship win at the 2019 Maui Cup. Pictured are (front, from left) Abigail Ragamat, Lyndsey Iniba, Bailey Soo, Jordynn Roberts, Leila Salausa, Che Tachibana, Jaylee Kamoku, Macey Corpuz, Nautica Cubi, and (back) coaches James Roberts and Adam Kamoku.

Members of International Karate Federation Hawai‘i proudly wear their medals from the AAU Karate National Championships in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Led by sensei Chuzo Kotaka, George Kotaka and Mari Kaneshiro, and supported by sensei William Binz and Richard Poland, 24 competitors ages 9-23 brought home 120 medals (58 gold, 35 silver and 27 bronze) in individual and team kobudo (weapons), kata (forms) and kumite (sparring). Medalists include Cassandra “Casie” Messer, Kailea Iwasaki, Jesse Moniz, Kaia Mosby, Paetyn Amper, Chase Anderson, Alexis “Mio” Bueza, Aidan Oyama, Lynn Chun, Lene Mosby, Leo Nishizaki, Layla Tacazon, Seiga Briones, Jhaymarie “Jamie” Messer, Paige Anderson, Di’Angelo Poland, Ryker Mitsunaga, Ayano Moore, Zervantez Poland, Haley Chee, Sean Trotman, Kaito Price, Anika Trotman and Taylor Kaneshiro.