Maui Cheer Babes win national titles
The Maui Cheer Babes teams claimed titles at the the USA All-Star National Championships in Anaheim, Calif., last weekend.
Pink Ambition won the large youth level 1 division national title, and Gold Fierce, competing in the small youth level 2 division, won a national championship, and the national small gym crown.
The Maui Cheer Babes compete during the USA All-Star National Championships in Anaheim, Calif., last weekend — the squad’s two competing teams combined to win three titles at the event.
MAUI CHEER BABES photo
Pink Ambition comprised Danielle Bridge, Chelsie Constantino, Christina Damore, Stephanie Duarte, Kiana Dudoit, Kayla Mae Dudoit, Sydney Fabric, Jaiya Flores, Tyna Kahiamoe, Tayte Kamoku, Takara Kiesel, Abseydee Lizada, Gisele Madariaga, Danica Madariaga, Anisa Nicolas-Kaiwi, Kianna Niles, Kaylen Pali, Melina Perez, Natasyha Peterson, Paris Tabuga, Heather Soberano, Teija Sniffen, Kraig Westberg, Sophie Villarosa, Sienna Racoma and Alecxy Soberano. The Gold Fierce roster was made up of Shaely Anderson, Chelsie Constantino, Jenna Boggs, Eliza Esteban, Shyra Dudoit-Caban, Jaiya Flores, Tyna Kahiamoe, Shacedy Dudoit-Higa, Tayte Kamoku, Tiera Kapoi, Takara Kiesel, Kianna Niles, Natea Rosete-Tokuhisa, Teija Sniffen and Kayla Westberg.
Both teams were coached by Michelle Sniffen, Ella Kahiamoe and Denise Texeira.
Pair of aces recorded at Elleair
Two Kihei golfers recorded holes-in-one on Sunday at Elleair Maui Golf Club in Kihei.
Kimo Thomas aced the 17th hole, using a 9-iron for the 154-yard shot, which was witnessed by Shawn Villenue.
Barry Ewing's ace was on the 12th hole - he used a 6-iron for the 140-yard shot, witnessed by John Romlein.
Trotto places third at world championships
Mary Trotto of Kihei placed third out three in the women's 65 pole vault at the World Masters Athletics championships last week in Budapest, Hungary, clearing 1.10 meters.
She was fourth out of four in the triple jump (4.51), and sixth of eight in the javelin (16.61).
Lahaina Canoe Club to conduct registration
Lahaina Canoe Club registration is scheduled for 3-5 p.m. on April 13 at Hanakaoo (Canoe) Beach Park.
The fees are $30 for youths, $125 for adults and $185 for families.
Also, the club's Restaurant Races, set for May 3, are accepting teams from all Maui businesses. The registration fee is $100 per crew.
The club is accepting donations as well.
For more information, call Michael Rains at 269-6045.