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Devin Griffin (left) gets after the quarterback for the ‘Iolani Raiders.

Congratulations to the Dragons from Honolulu Region 178 on capturing the U12 girls silver championship at the 2019 AYSO Island’s Best Tournament at Waipi‘o Soccer Complex. Pictured with the AYSO commissioner (bright green shirt) are (from left) Alexa Takai, Gabriella Subia, Tien Saiki, Aleah Domingo, Riley Asato, Callie Kam, Brooklyn Irei, Kierstyn Capili-Watson, Emily Aikau, coach Jonathon Kam and Haley Young.

Hawai‘i Five-0 stars Dennis Chun and Laura Mellow surprised Honolulu Rogue Baseball at a recent Wai-Kahala game, acknowledging the team’s community work in raising awareness about epilepsy for more than three years. Pictured are (front, from left) Spencer, Kannon, Austen, Joshua, Brennan, (back) Cobi, Jace, Kaimana, Kellen, Carter, Kingston and Gehrig. Missing: Noah, Andruw, Aaden and Ryder.

The Kāne‘ohe 10U boys soccer team celebrates its championship at the AYSO Island’s Best Tournament Dec. 27-29 at Waipi‘o Soccer Complex. Pictured are (front, from left) Kamaha‘o Tani, Jacob Medeiros, Cole Henriques, Nainoa Ahuna, Elijah Brown, (middle) Jay Souza-Johnson, Josiah Kaneko, Macky Collins, Kaden McKeague, Dillon Gray, (back) and coaches Cole Horita, Mac Collins, David Ahuna and John Ferreira. Missing: coaches James Ahuna and Blane Kaneko.