Isagawa tied for fifth at women's Publinx
Cassy Isagawa, a Baldwin High School alumnus, is tied for fifth after shooting a 2-under-par 70 in the first round of the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Championship on Monday at DuPont, Wash.
Cindy Ha of Demarest, N.J., leads after shooting a 5-under 67 at the Home Course.
Lucy Li, the 11-year-old who played in last month's U.S. Women's Open at Pinehurst, shot a 74.
Keiley 13 strokes back at men's Publinx
Jameson Keiley, a Baldwin High School alumnus, trails by 13 strokes after shooting an 8-over-par 79 in the first round of the U.S. Men's Amateur Public Links Championship on Monday at Newton, Kan.
Zane Thomas of Las Vegas leads after carding a 66 at Sand Creek Station Golf Course.
Okamura ties for 18th at eGolf Tour event
Garrett Okamura of Wailuku shot a final-round 5-under-par 66 on Sunday to tie for 18th in the eGolf Tour's Southern Open at Kannapolis, N.C.
Okamura, the head professional at The Dunes at Maui Lani, finished at 12-under 272 at The Club at Irish Creek and won $2,000.
Seamus Power of Ireland finished at 65-263 to win the event and $13,500.
Kekaulike JV football workouts being held
The King Kekaulike High School junior varsity football team will be holding summer workouts Mondays through Thursdays at the school's field.
The workouts will be from 5:30 to 7 p.m., with the first official practice set for July 21.
For more information, call JV coach David Nesmith at 344-4030.
Team Kiffmann wins six medals in San Jose
Team Kiffmann Taekwondo o Kahului won six medals during the USA Nationals, which ended July 7 at San Jose, Calif.
Three competitors won gold medals: Patrick Arcano (blue belt, juniors, male 15-17, welterweight); Anisha Patterson (green belt, cadets, female 12-14, middleweight); and Kathryn Kiffmann (women's ultras, lightweight).
Bronze medals were won by: Lydia Tan (green belt, girls 8-9, lightweight); Jaden Pladera (red belt, youth male 10-11, finweight); and Camryn Henry (world class juniors, female, light middleweight).
New Haven maintains lead in Vic-Maui race
New Haven maintained its lead in the Vic-Maui Yacht Race and was 728 nautical miles from the finish as of Monday night.
Longboard is in second place, 670 nautical miles from the finish; Kahuna is third, 987 nautical miles out; and JAM is fourth, 1,059 nautical miles from the finish.
The order of finish in the 2,308-nautical mile race from Victoria, British Columbia to Lahaina will be awarded on corrected time.
The first finishers should arrive in Lahaina late this week.