Wailea Tennis Club heading to nationals
WAIPIO, Oahu - A team from Wailea Tennis Club won the 14-and-under open division title at last weekend's USTA junior spring Hawaii Pacific Section tournament, advancing to October's national championship in South Carolina.
The team of Sarah Ikioka, Haumea Velasco, Kylee Kato, Joey Baldwin, Jessica Pressman, Shayan Shirkhodai, Jaylee Yasunaga and Shayla Hoeft won all three of its matches, with victories in 12 of 15 individual matches.
Maggette, Robinson part of Maui event
LAHAINA - Basketball Maui's "Night of Shooting Stars" is scheduled for June 9 at the Lahaina Civic Center.
The event will have a celebrity game at 5 p.m., with participants scheduled to include Maui County Mayor Alan Arakawa, former Lt. Gov. Duke Aiona, surfer Ian Walsh, paddleboarder Kai Lenny and musician and actor Eric Gilliom.
At 6 p.m., professional players are to compete. Eight NBA players are scheduled to appear, including the Charlotte Bobcats' Corey Maggette and Golden State Warriors' Nate Robinson, with others possible as the league's playoffs continue.
Tickets are $10 in advance, and available at Maui Clothing Company and Starbucks locations, and $15 at the gate. Youths ages 6 and under will be admitted free. The price also includes admission to a pregame concert by Christafari. Tickets for only the concert are $5, and available at six different churches: Kumulani Chapel in Kapalua, Lahaina Baptist, Calvary Westside in Lahaina, Lahaina Christian, Waipuna Chapel in Kula and Faith Family Maui in Kahului.
For more information, go to nightofshootingstars.com.
Adult learn-to-swim classes offered
KIHEI - Janet Renner will offer classes for adults wishing to learn to swim, starting this month and running through July.
The classes are divided into three sessions, from May 30 to June 13, from June 18 to July 2 and from July 9 to July 23. Each session will have five classes, from 6 to 7 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays.
The fee is $100, class sizes will be limited and reservations are required.
For more information or to reserve a space, contact Renner at 280-2756 or email@example.com.
Volleyball coaches wanted at Maui High
KAHULUI - Maui High School is seeking head coaches for its boys and girls volleyball teams.
Applications are available in the school's main office.
For more information, call athletic director Michael Ban at 873-3000.
Kahakuloa Half Marathon set for June 2
KAHAKULOA - The inaugural Kahakuloa Half Marathon and Relay is scheduled for June 2.
The event for individuals or two-person teams begins at Fleming Beach and finishes at Kahakuloa. All finishers will receive medals and T-shirts.
The entry fee if postmarked by May 27 is $70 for individuals, and $50 per person for relay teams.
Late registration is scheduled for 6-8 p.m. on June 1 at Cary and Eddie's Hideaway in Kahului, and will cost $90 for individuals, and $60 per person for relay teams
For more information or to register, go to hawaiielitetrack.com or virr.com, or call 280-5801.
Deadline approaches for No Ka Oi tourney
MAKAWAO - The entry deadline for the No Ka Oi Soccer Tournament is May 31, with games set for June 20-23 at the Eddie Tam Complex.
Boys and girls teams from under-8 to under-19 are eligible. The registration fee is $375 for under-8 teams, $400 for under-9 teams, $425 for under-10 teams, $475 for under-12 teams, $500 for under-14 teams and $550 for others.
Checks should be made payable to No Ka Oi Soccer Tournament and sent to Tony Medeiros, 1080 Mahanani Pl., Makawao 96768.
For more information, call Medeiros at 205-2344.