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Honokaa High is

taking applications

Honokaa High is accepting applications for a baseball head coach, a track and field coach, and football assistants.

Applications are available at the main office during school hours (7 a.m.-4:30 p.m.), and can be turned in to the main office or at the athletic director’s office at the school gym. The deadline to apply is Nov. 22.

For more information, call Keith Tolentino at 775-8800, ext. 327.

Lyman Museum Golf

Tournament Nov. 23

The fifth annual Lyman Museum Golf Tournament will be held Nov. 23 at Volcano Golf and Country Club.

Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. The tournament will include two-person teams in the scramble format with awards and lunch to follow.

The team entry fee is $500 and tee sponsorship is $150.

Platinum and gold sponsorships are also available.

All proceeds will benefit the Lyman Museum and Mission House.

Prizes already donated include rounds of golf for two to four players at the Mauna Kea and Hualalai Resorts.

For more information, call tournament chairman Warren Lee (896-8102) or Rachel Piersonor Tricia Au at the Lyman Museum at 935-5021 ext. 102.

Sign-ups for Piopio

Bears softball season

The Piopio Bears Athletic Association is taking registration for girls softball for ages 10-12.

Experience is not required, and coaches will teach basic fundamental rules of the game and sportsmanship.

The will season start in January or February.

For more information, call Rachel (640-0596) or Fresh (981-2720).

Soccer tournament is set for Dec. 14-15

Na Hoa o Puna soccer club will host a five-on-five tournament Dec. 14-15 at Shipman Park in Keaau.

The entry fee is $125 per team, and the deadline to register is Dec. 4.

For more information, email Dan Biegler at HAASPCS/ or Buddy Martin at

Goalkeeper clinic

at Honokaa High

Longtime soccer coach Bob Barry will hold a goalkeeper’s clinic on Nov. 16-17 at Honokaa High School.

Registration will be held from 8:30-9 a.m. on Nov. 16, and the clinic runs 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. each day.

Each participant receives a free T-shirt.

For more information, contact Barry at 265-4249 or

Sunrise Athletics

runs are Nov. 17

Sunrise Athletics 5K Walk/Run and 2.5-mile Keiki Fun Run will be held Sunday, Nov. 17 at Waiakea High School.

Both races start at 9 a.m., and late registration and packet pick-up will be held from 7:15 to 8:30 a.m.

Applications should not be mailed after Nov. 11, but instead turned on race day.

The fundraiser will help offset travel costs for the Sunrise Athletics’ trip to the Footlocker Western Regional Cross Country Championships.

For more information, visit For race applications, contact or 937-1930. Applications and checks should be mailed to Sunrise Athletics, PO Box 5558 Hilo, HI 96720.

Parker School to host

run events Saturday

Parker School will host its 14th annual Heneghan Run on Sataurday, and the event consists of a 1K Keiki Run and a 5K Fun Run.

All proceeds will go to Parker’s Ohana Day canned food drive for local food banks. The entry fee for adults is $15 plus two cans of food, and for students, $10 plus two cans of food.

Registration begins at 7:15 a.m. on race day. The run starts at 8:30 a.m., while the 5K starts at 9 a.m. The fee includes a T-shirt and refreshments at the event, however, participants whose registration forms are received after Nov. 1 are not guaranteed a T-shirt.

For more information, contact or 885-7933, ext. 7114.

Hawaii Island Golf

Association tourney results

The Wanderers won the Hawaii Island Golf Association’s six-person tournament held at Hilo Municipal Golf Course on Oct. 27.

The Wanderers team led the field of 16 teams with a 7-under 348, which was a shot better than Thursday Hui. Hustler’s 3 and Hilo Korean 1 tied for third at 4-under.

Members of the winning team were: Gerald Ueyama 65, Charlton Fukunaga 67, Ron Iwata 69, Paul Imamura 70, Melva Hirayama 77, and Reggie Arai.

Low gross: Chris Igawa 67;

Men’s low net, A Flight: Ray Tanaka 65, Richard Miyamoto 66, Arnie Asato 66, Ron Carter 67, Al Watanabe 68, Miles Kekaulua 69, Glenn Nishihara 70, Bobby Lebel 70, Colby Iida 71, Leo Garcia 72;

B Flight: Gerald Ueyama 65, Charlton Fukunaga 67, Byron Murasaki 67, Willy Kuroyama 68, Ken Nishihira 69, Eddie Toriano 69, Sus Shigemasa 69, Ron Iwata 69, Danny Kayano 69, Derrick Taniguchi 70.

Women’s low net: Kim Murasaki 64, Hia Kim 65, Phyllis Funada 68, Suzanne Lee 69.


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