SEPT. 1-The Tattersalls Masters Australia team of Peter Thiel, Codie Grimsey, Alex Studzinski, Rhys Mainstone, Ridge Grimsey and Xavier Desharnais sets a Maui Channel Swim record, completing the 9.6-mile race from the old Club Lanai pier to Kaanapali in 2 hours, 48 minutes, 56 seconds. Second overall and first in the senior makule division is Tattersalls 300-plus, in 3:22:12. The Dallas Aquatic Masters team wins the women's division in 3:23:10. California Dreamin' wins the mixed title in 3:32:42, Olympic Club (3:47:05) finishes first in the grand makule division, Maximum Damage (3:52:20) takes the makule division and Shore Break (3:55:50) is the mixed makule champion.
SEPT. 7-Kurt Ginoza, athletic director at Ka-mehameha Schools Maui through its first decade, officially resigns from the post.
SEPT. 9-Al Morris, the president of Worldwide Golf Shops, records two holes-in-one in the same round at the Kapalua Plantation Course. Morris aces the 180-yard eighth hole with a 7-iron, and the 161-yard 11th with a 9-iron. They were the first holes-in-one of his lifetime.
SEPT. 14-Jaxson Stinger throws two touchdown passes for Seabury Hall in a 23-20 win over Molokai at War Memorial Stadium in the first official Maui Interscholastic League eight-player football game.
SEPT. 15-Chelsea Reilly of Oakland, Calif., sets the Front Street Mile women's record, winning in 4 minutes, 32 seconds. David Torrence, also of Oakland, repeats as the men's winner in 3:59, two seconds off the record he set in 2011.
SEPT. 16-Big Island resident Allen Wagner wins the Maui Marathon, racing from Queen Ka'ahumanu Center to Whalers Village in 2 hours, 43 minutes, 33 seconds. Verity Breen of California is the women's champion with a time of 3:04:08. Makawao's Paul Hopwood is the top Maui County finisher, fifth in 2:55:22. Jameson Keiley of Haiku finishes as the runner-up in the Hawaii State Junior Golf Association Match-Play Championship boys 15-18 division, losing 1 up to Eric Le of Aiea in the final at the Kaanapali Kai Course. Shawn Lu beats Andrew Chin 1 up in an all-Honolulu boys 13-14 final, and Brittany Fan of Pearl City is a 2-and-1 winner over Aiko Leong of Honolulu in the girls 13-18 final.
SEPT. 17-University of Oregon sophomore Cassy Isagawa, a Baldwin graduate, earns her first college title, winning the Topy Cup in Tanagura, Japan. Isagawa closes with a second consecutive 3-under-par 69 at Tanagura Country Club for a 7-under total of 209 in the three-round event, five shots better than Rieko Sakashita of Doshisha University and Seira Oki of Tohoku Fukushi.
SEPT. 22-The Lahainaluna football team defeats Maui High 41-0 at War Memorial Stadium, completing an unscored-upon run through the first round of the Maui Interscholastic League schedule. The Lunas outscored their four opponents 138-0.
SEPT. 23-Team Bradley wins Na Wahine O Ke Kai, paddling from Molokai's Hale O Lono Harbor to Waikiki in 6 hours, 14 minutes, 47 seconds.
SEPT. 27-Eric Casco win the Kimo's Longboard Contest Rob Thibaut Memorial at Mala Wharf.
SEPT. 28-The Los Angeles Dodgers' Shane Victorino, a St. Anthony graduate, hits the 90th home run of his major league career, tying the record for a Hawaii-born player set by Mike Lum, who played for three teams from 1967 to 1981.