Big Island briefs


Waiakea seeking

water polo coach

Waiakea High is seeking applicants for a varsity girls water polo coach.

The season runs early February to May.

For more information, call Tom Correa at 974 4830.

Hilo Vulcan Booster

Club luncheon slated

The Hilo Vulcan Booster Club’s monthly luncheon will be held at noon Tuesday at the New Star Restaurant, 172 Kilauea Ave.

Guest speakers will be Lance Thompson, first-year director of soccer, as well as players from his women’s and men’s teams.

A Chinese buffet will be served at a cost of $12 per person.

For more information, call Ed Torrison at 987-3215.

Kilauea Skeet Club

sporting clay shoot

Neil Arakaki and Ronald Nakamura won 50-target events, and Milford Tabura and Elton Endo teamed up to win a 48-target shoot earlier this month at a Kilauea Skeet Club sporting shoot at the country trap and skeet range.

50-target event

Sub-gauge: Neil Arakaki 37; Dexter Egdamin 27; Ed Taira 24

12-gauge: Ronald Nakamura 43, Milford Tabura 39, Elton Endo 38

48-target partner event

1. Milford Tabura/Elton Endo 37

2. Ronald Nakamura/Elton Endo 36

3. Tracy Lewis/Tom Griffiths 34

The club will be on hiatus during the bird hunting season and will resume shooting next year.

For more information, call Elton Endo at 969-2004.

Waimea Athletics

T-ball/coach-pitch

The Department of Parks and Recreation in partnership with Waimea Athletics will host a coaches meeting for T-ball (ages 5-6) and coach-pitch (7-8) at 6 p.m. Nov. 19 at the Waimea Community Center. All returning coaches are asked to attend.

Player registration will be $40 (uniform shirt/hat/ball and team equipment) from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays from Nov. 27-Dec. 14 at Waimea Community Center. Sign-ups will also be available on clinic day, Dec. 14, at 8:30 a.m. The clinic runs from 9-11 a.m.

For more information, contact Melissa Samura at 887-3014 or parksandrecwaimea@gmail.com.

Phenon Basketball

to hold camp in Hilo

A Phenom Basketball Exposure Regional Camp for boys and girls in grades 5-8 will be held Nov. 16-17 at the Panaewa Park gym.

The cost is $125, and according to a release, each player will receive a Phenom game uniform, four-game guarantee, several hours of skill development and very informative breakout sessions, learning discipline, teamwork, mental toughness, basketball IQ, and working with new coaches and teammates.

The Regional Camp concept is used around the country by Phenom Basketball to identify players to attend their national camps in the summer.

Register online at https://phenomhihonolulu.sportssignup.com/.

For more information, contact regional camp director Kalani Silva at 747-9887 or kalani@phenomhawaii.com. For more information on the National adidas Jr. Phenom and Phenom 150 Camps this summer go to www.phenomamerica.com.

 

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