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Brantley Center golf benefit April 28


Brantley Center will hold its 35th annual golf tournament on Sunday, April 28, at the Waikoloa Village Golf Course. Check-in is at 6:30 a.m. with a shot-gun start at 7:15 a.m.

The tournament will use a two-person best ball modified format. Entry fee is $125 per golfer and includes green fees, three mulligans, lucky number prizes and lunch.

All early entries will be eligible for an early entry drawing. Golfers also have a chance to win $15,000 in prize money for a hole-in-one. Registration forms can be downloaded at

Golfers must register by April 26 to be eligible for the early entry drawing.

For registration or information, contact Steve Pavao at 775-7245 or 430-0267; tournament director Roland Kaneshiro at 987-7712; or email:

Based in Honokaa, Brantley Center serves the disabled.

Hawaii Island Hoops camp in June

Hawaii Island Hoops will hold a College-Prep Basketball Camp from June 3-7 at Kekuaokalani Gym in Kailua-Kona.

The camp is open to boys ages 13-19 who are looking to improve their skills and learn a college-style program. The cost of the five-day camp is $350 and “includes top-notch college coach/player instruction from the NCAA, NAIA and JUCO level, evening college-prep seminars on academic requirements, financial aid and athletic recruitment,” according to a release.

For more information, contact camp director Andy Smith at 937-3082 or

KBXtreme to host PBA tournament

Approximately 40 professional bowlers will come to the Big Island for the PBA West/Northwest Kona Open Regional Bowling Tournament, which will take place April 22-23 at KBXtreme.

Some of the pros expected to attend include Norm Duke, Rhino Page, Scott Norton, Josh Blanchard, Missy Parkin, Michael Fagan, Tommy Jones, Steve Smith and Tom Hess.

The event also includes a pro-am in which amateurs can compete with the professionals. KBXtreme is seeking sponsors to ensure a successful tournament.

For more information, contact KBXtreme at 326-2695 or

82-year-old fires 77 at Hilo Muni

Sus Shigemasa, age 82, shot a 77 while playing with Wrecker’s Golf Club in March at Hilo Municipal Golf Course.

Witnessing Shigemasa’s round were Greg Stuart, Gilbert Dakujaku, Blackie Kitagawa, Lane Shibata and Arnie Asato.

Orchid Island Ohana Kart Club results

March 23

Junior 1

1. Klyson Kaiwi

2. Nicholas Lucas

Junior supersportsman

1. Logan Sato

2. Jade DeMattos

Senior supersportsman

1. Lisa Lucas

2. Randy Whittington

3. Chad Martin

Kid-kart participant

1. Tavis Haraguchi

2. Jordan Kehaulimoku

Results provided by James Lucas


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