Maui High presents athletic awards
Ryan Dalut and Christina Lotulelei have been named Maui High School's outstanding athletes for the 2012-13 school year.
The Kraig Michael Kaleolani Vickers Memorial Awards went to Mark Galiza and Kara-Anne Oshiro, and the scholar-athlete awards went to Steffi Molina and Ross Takemoto.
Oshiro and Jan Carino received sportsmanship awards, and Ann Marie Andres, Shyla Cramer and Reggie Pascua were named most inspirational.
Sport awards went to Lotulelei (track and field and basketball), Cramer (water polo and canoe paddling), Molina (tennis), Andres (wrestling), Dalut (basketball), Oshiro and Trent Hori (bowling), Micah Isagawa (baseball), Vanessa De Cambra Ocampo (cheerleading), Cody McCorriston and Tiffany Keau (cross country), Russell Kaauamo Jr. (football), Zachary Taylor and Kristeena Locke (golf), Jonathan Garcia and Alyssa Queral (judo), Kory Garaganza (canoe paddling), Christopher Naputi and Trecy Jacalne (air riflery), Joey Rodrigues and Shauni Okazaki (soccer), Kuulei Bailey (softball), Jessica Saki and Lihau Fujihara (swimming and diving), Joey Baldwin (tennis), Mario Fernandez (track and field), Sage Malaikini and Sulieti Hifo (volleyball) and Jhun Gayoma (wrestling).
Two aces recorded at Waiehu's second hole
Joe Kruger of Wailuku and Kent Hiranaga of Paia recently recorded holes-in-one at Waiehu Municipal Golf Course's second hole.
Kruger's ace was on May 24. He used a 5-iron for the 139-yard shot, which was witnessed by Joe Grafe.
Hiranaga accomplished the feat Thursday, using an 8-iron from 135 yards. The shot was witnessed by Paul Silva, Larry Yokohama, Ed Arakawa and Alice Lee.
Pohai Na Keiki Nalu scheduled for Saturday
The 20th annual Pohai Na Keiki Nalu (Gathering of the Surf Kids) is scheduled for Saturday at 7 a.m. at Launiupoko Beach Park in Lahaina.
Shortboard, longboard and bodyboard divisions are available for boys and girls up to age 12. Competitors may enter two divisions.
The contest will also serve as a fundraiser for Myckel Genovia, a 10-year-old Maui resident who has leukemia. The event has no entry fee, but organizers are encouraging donations to the Maui Sports Foundation for Genovia.
Beach entries will not be accepted. Competitors must register at Honolua Surf Co. in Lahaina or Kihei, or Hi-Tech Surf Sports in Kahului or Paia.