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Laule‘a Volleyball Club 17s Black remained undefeated and took first place in the 2018 Aloha Summer Classic (17s division). Pictured are (front, from left) coach Ashley Acedo, Tiari Ho’okano, Shaianne Cambra, Ayanna Nunuha, Tyra Ching, Cherish Borge, (back) coach Nathan Cambra, Keani Hensley, coach Tristan Ehia, Brianni Hawthorne, Jaysia Kalaola and Angel Nahinu.
Congratulations to the U12G Leeward Warriors Kapolei for winning the National Open Cup in Lancaster, California. Pictured are (from left) coach Don Fujii, Shanyn Lopes, Kahea Akau, Arianna Kahalewai, Glorina Respicio, Kennedy Fujii, Helaina Haws, Ahpelila Tuaopepe, Victoria Nichols, Czhailen Absher and Kamaile Peneku.
Six-year-old Trinity PeBenito with her third-place bronze medal at Stallion Mountain Golf Club in Las Vegas. She also received a trophy for placing in the top five of U.S. Kids Golf (girls 7 and under division).
Team Savage Crew returned from Dallas, Texas, as 6U national champions in the Hard Count Athletics East Meets West Tournament last month. Pictured are (front, from left) Troy Manley, Stanton Furuta, (middle) Kanoa Kame‘ehonua, Leonidas Ako, Moku Manners, Jahziah Young, Miah Veneri, (back) and coaches Tom Ako, Lono Manners, Dayne Furuta, Mark Veneri and Andrew Manley.