Gushikuma bowls fourth perfect game
Corey Gushikuma, a 2010 graduate of Baldwin High School, bowled his fourth 300 game on Sunday at Spare Time Lanes in Lansing, Mich.
Gushikuma, who is attending Saginaw Valley State University, recorded the perfect score in a U.S. Bowling Congress tournament, during which he finished with a 237 average.
Cox inducted into Beloit Hall of Honor
Lahaina resident Brian Cox was inducted into the Beloit College Athletic Hall of Honor on Sept. 21.
Cox, a 1992 graduate of the Wisconsin school, played quarterback for the Buccaneers for four years, and was twice named to the all-Midwest Conference team.
He holds the school record for completion percentage in a season, connecting on 102 of 164 passes (62.2 percent) in 1989. On the Beloit career list, he ranks second in touchdown throws (50) and completion percentage (54.4), and third in passing yards (4,641) and completions (337). Beloit won Midwest Conference North Division championships in his junior and senior seasons.
Cox, who was also a four-year letterwinner in golf, is now the general manager at the Aston Mahana at Kaanapali.
Davies records ace at Elleair's third hole
Kaitlin Davies of Calgary, Alberta, recorded a hole-in-one at Elleair Maui Golf Club in Kihei on Saturday.
Davies aced the third hole, using a 7-iron for the 100-yard shot, which was witnessed by Blair Davies.
Vic-Maui race has 12 early entrants
Three boats that have claimed previous Victoria-to-Maui International Yacht Race titles were among the 12 to enter the 2014 race ahead of Monday's early deadline.
Kinetic, the corrected-time winner in the 2010 edition of the biennial event, is part of the field for the 2014 competition, which is scheduled to begin on July 3. Kinetic, skippered by David Sutcliffe out of Canada's Royal Vancouver Yacht Club, was first in Class B in both elapsed and corrected time two years ago.
Also returning is Turicum, the first to finish in Class B in 2010. Turicum, out of the Vancouver Rowing Club, is skippered by Warren Hale.
Passepartout was the Class C winner on elapsed and corrected time in 2006, and the Anacortes (Wash.) Yacht Club entrant with skipper Peter Shainin is back for the race from British Columbia to Honokowai.
Competitors must sail at least 2,308 nautical miles - a nautical mile is slightly more than 6,076 feet.
Last year's overall winner was Double Take, from the Seattle Yacht Club.
The other early entrants for 2014 are Vancouver Rowing Club's Bedlam II, Avalon and String Theory; Royal Vancouver's Anduril, Alegria and Turnagain; Longboard from West Vancouver Yacht Club; Lo-sloper, which hails from Ladysmith, British Columbia; and Family Affair of the Milltown (Wash.) Sailing Association.
The final entry deadline for 2014 is Feb. 3.
West Ham player identification camp set
West Ham United of the English Premier League will conduct a player identification camp from Saturday to Monday at South Maui Community Park in Kihei.
The camp will run from 9 to 11 a.m. for boys and girls ages 8-12, and from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for ages 13-16.
The fee is $125, and registration can be completed at westhamacademyinternational.com or valleyislesoccer.com.
The camp will be led by former West Ham captain Ian Bishop and West Ham academy coach Shaun Ramsden.
For more information, contact Aleksandar Filipovic at 866-7899 or email@example.com.
Fishing tournament slated for Oct. 25-27
The Elmarie Dagupion Memorial Fishing Tournament, a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, is scheduled for 8 a.m. on Oct. 25 to noon on Oct. 27.
Weigh-ins are scheduled for the final day, at the Sugar Cane Train station in Kaanapali, from 10 a.m. to noon.
Prizes will be awarded in a youth division (ages 5-14) for the largest edible fish, and adult division (15 and above) for the largest ulua.
The entry fee is $30, and registration forms are available at West Maui Sports and Fishing Supply in Lahaina, Maui Sporting Goods in Wailuku and New Maui Fishing Supply in Wailuku.
Prize donations are also being accepted.
For more information, call 385-3023.