JUNE 1-Haiku resident Bart de Zwart completes a stand-up paddle across the North Sea, covering roughly 100 miles from England to the Netherlands in approximately 371?2 hours.
JUNE 4-Andrew Feldmann and Larry Stubblefield win their second Kaanapali Pro-Pro Championship title, closing with a 4-under-par 67 for a 9-under 132 total at the Royal Kaanapali Course, one shot better than David Braxton and Kyle Hayashi in the Aloha Section PGA event.
JUNE 5-Baldwin High School graduate Branden Kaupe is selected in the fourth round of the Major League Baseball draft by the New York Mets, 140th overall.
JUNE 9-Brothers Nick and Tony Nunez each claim longboard titles at the 19th annual Pohai Na Keiki Nalu (Gathering of the Surf Kids) at Launiupoko Park. Nick Nunez takes first place in the 10-12 division, and Tony Nunez wins in 9 and under. Noah Hill defends his 9-10 shortboard title, Caden Granum repeats in 9-and-under bodyboard and Jackson Bunch is named first by every judge in all of his 7-8 shortboard heats. The other winners are Sophia Johnston (girls shortboard), Leo McKuin (6-and-under shortboard), Marco Rista (11-12 shortboard) and Cordon Stapp (10-12 bodyboard).
JUNE 10-Allister Knox of Kihei wins the South Maui Triathlon, completing the 1.5-kilometer swim, 40-kilometer bicycle leg and 10-kilometer run in 2 hours, 8 minutes, 54 seconds. Jodi Birdsong Ottman of Paia takes the women's title in 2:28:12. Part-time Maui resident Julia Mancuso - owner of an Olympic skiing gold medal and two silvers - is part of the winning relay team that also includes Haiku's Paige Alms and Jesse Richman. They finish in 2:30:36.
JUNE 13-Oregon's Cassy Isagawa, a Baldwin graduate, is named to Golfweek's All-America first team and all-freshman team. Isagawa was the Ducks' lowest scorer in 18 of their 27 rounds.
JUNE 16-Eri Yoshida earns her third career win with Na Koa Ikaika Maui - believed to be a record by a female pitcher in a North American professional league - by going six innings in a 9-4 victory over the San Rafael Pacifics at Maehara Stadium. Yoshida had been tied with Ila Borders, who earned wins in the Northern League in 1998 and 1999.
JUNE 17-The Brandywine team of Lindsay Holmes, Hobbs Weymouth, Hana Diller and Sydni Tobin defeat Organo Gold 12-6 at Manduke Polo Arena to win the George Manoa Cup senior title. The Maui United boys 13 soccer team completes a 4-0 run to the Skagit Valley Tournament title in Washington state in which it outscored opponents 23-0.
JUNE 22-Dakota Grossman, who completed her first two years at Seabury Hall with five state high school championships, is named The Maui News Maui Interscholastic League Girl Athlete of the Year, becoming the first sophomore of either gender to receive the honor. Baldwin graduate Pasoni Tasini, a University of Utah football recruit, becomes the only two-time recipient of the boys award. As a senior, Tasini was the league's Defensive Player of the Year in football, and won the state discus title. Tevita Finau, who played at Lahai-naluna and Maui High, signs with the Philadelphia Eagles. The defensive lineman would be released on July 20.
JUNE 23-Maui United teams win three championships in the Maui No Ka Oi Soccer Tournament at Eddie Tam Complex. The under-12 girls team defeats the Riggers 2-1 (2-1 on penalty kicks) in the final, the under-10 boys team beats Onipaa 2-0 and the under-8 boys defeat Manuia 3-2. Excel claims the boys under-9 crown with a 5-1 victory over Maui United, and the under-12 boys title with a 7-2 win over Po'okela. Pono wins the girls under-9 title with a 2-1 victory over the Cobras, and the under-14 championship with a 3-0 win over the Kauai Sparks. In the other girls finals, the Cobras beat the Maui Girls 2-1 in under-8, Maui Girls Plumeria wins 2-0 over Maui Girls Pukenikeni in under-10 and Abunai defeats Manuia 1-0 in under-19. The Bulldogs win the boys under-14 crown with a 3-1 victory over Na Koa O Puna, and the Strikers U17 team beats the Strikers U15 team 2-0 for the under-19 title. Marissa Uradomo of Kula wins the Aloha Section Junior PGA Championship 15-18 division at the Kaanapali Kai Course. Uradomo's second-round score of even-par 70 gives her a 4-over 144 total, six strokes better than Hansol Koo (76). The other girls winners are Mariel Galdiano (13-14), Aneka Seumanutafa (11-12) and Millburn Ho (7-10). The boys winners are John Oda (15-18), Taisei Negishi (13-14), Evan Kawai (11-12) and Ethan Dezzani (7-10).
JUNE 27--Alex Chiarella of Pukalani wins the Hawaii State Junior Golf Association's King Auto Group State Championship boys 15-18 division for a third straight year, closing with a 72 for a 138 total and one-shot win over Skye Inakoshi at The Club at Hokulia in Kailua-Kona.
JUNE 30-Two Seabury Hall graduates compete in the U.S. Olympic swimming trials 100-meter butterfly preliminaries in Omaha, Neb. - Randall Tom places 32nd overall with a time of 54.24 seconds, and Renny Richmond is 58th in 54.66.