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Keiki Athletes

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Wilson Park Crew proved it got game by taking home second-place honors in the fourth grade Blue Division at the Jam On It basketball tournament, held April 30-May 1 at Hawai‘i Convention Center. Members of the team are (front row, from left) Ethan Hwang, Will Westenhaver, Brandon Lee, Kolten Kawakami, Hope Westenhaver, (back) coach Jared Westenhaver, coach Yoon Hwang, Kahoe Amimoto, Breydan Hu, Ryder Moux, Colt Peleiholani-Kuhns and coach Kendall Englewood. PHOTO COURTESY CORBIN PELEIHOLANI-KUHNS

Mid-Pacific Institute varsity swimmers Jordan Clifford (top) and Taro Tsuji (above) respectively freestyle and breaststroke their way to fantastic finishes at the ILH Swim and Dive Championships earlier this year. PHOTO COURTESY MID-PACIFIC INSTITUTE/ETHAN CHANG

Nine-year-old Puaena PeBenito (left) captured gold at the Warriors’ Rise ATA Taekwondo Tournament at Avondale Sports Complex in Arizona. PeBenito, shown here with teammate Tehani Shigematsu, is a brown belt in taekwondo at ATA Results Martial Arts. PORSCHE HAUNANI PEBENITO PHOTO

Caden Camacho, 12, has his arm raised in triumph after winning his jiu-jitsu bout in last month’s Fight 2 Win 200 competition at Hawai‘i Convention Center. PHOTO COURTESY THE CAMACHO ‘OHANA

After completing a 5K run and 1K swim at Ala Moana Beach Park, Caitlin Ohashi races to the finish line during the Valentine’s Day Biathlon in Honolulu. PHOTO COURTESY THE OHASHI ‘OHANA