Luau To Celebrate Cougar Sports, Past And Future

The Cougar sports ohana keeps growing, and Kaiser High School Athletic Foundation will try to keep up with the demand by throwing its fourth annual benefit luau from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. May 10 at Sea Life Park.

The 2014 honorees are:

* Olympic gold medalist Clay Stanley, a member of three U.S. Olympic volleyball teams, NCAA record-setting player for UH and standout for Kaiser

* Hawaii Golf Hall of Famer Lori Castillo, a Cougar student-athlete, outstanding amateur player and USGA title holder who now coaches the UH women’s golf team

* Former Kaiser teacher and first Cougar baseball head coach Clayton Fujie, who built the program from scratch and later served as DOE deputy superintendent

* Former Kaiser JV football coach Lee Donohue, career police officer, HPD chief and City Councilman * The entire 1972 JV basketball team – Kaiser’s first OIA championship title winner.

Tickets cost $100 per person, or $1,000 for a table of 10 and can be purchased at via PayPal, or by check to the foundation at P.O. Box 25112, Honolulu, HI 96825.

Proceeds this year will go toward new locker rooms, scholarships and financial aid for student-athletes.

“It will be a beautiful evening and lots of fun as we honor these very special individuals who have meant so much to the Kaiser Cougars and Hawaii Kai,” stated David Uchiyama (Kaiser 1976), member of the foundation’s executive committee.