Arakawa gets ace on No. 3 at Pukalani
Makawao's Wesley Arakawa got a hole-in-one on the third hole at Pukalani Country Club on Monday.
Arakawa used an 8-iron on the 148-yard hole.
The feat was witnessed by Craig Sumida.
Lahaina Roughnecks win wrestling event
The Lahaina Roughnecks edged Central Maui Style ,143-142, at the Upcountry Wrestling Tournament on Saturday at War Memorial Gym in Wailuku.
A record 453 wrestlers from 14 clubs competed in six age divisions at the second Maui Style event of the season.
The Roughnecks had 25 individual champions, while Central had 21 winners.
The next Maui Style wrestling tournament will be April 27 at Molokai High School.
Na Holo Wahine 5K scheduled for May 4
The Na Holo Wahine 5K Run/Walk will be held May 4.
The all-female event, which starts at 8 a.m., starts and finishes at Keopuolani Park.
The early registration deadline is April 22.
Applications can be picked up at the YMCA, Sports Authority Kahului or South Maui Bicycles in Kihei. To register on-line, visit www.virr.com.
For more information, visit the web site or call Mary at 875-0178.
AYSO Region 601 to conduct registration
The AYSO Region 601 Central Maui will have player and volunteer registration on three dates at Kahului Jodo Mission Hall.
The dates are April 27, May 11 and June 15. Times are from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The early registration fee is $65 per player.
Birth certificates are required when registering.
Maui Orange Crush wins under-14 title
The Maui Crush Blue, representing Region 601 Central Maui, won the under-14 girls championship at the Kirk Banks Soccer Tournament late last month at the Waipio Peninsula Soccer Complex, Oahu.
Maui Crush Blue will travel to California in June for two soccer tournament.
Maui Crush White came in second at the Banks tournament.