Valley Isle Scoreboard

Noio takes off from Keokea Park on the way to winning the traditional-class division of Saturday’s Hawaiian Sailing Canoe Association race from the Big Island to Hana. The Oahu-based canoe, captained by Jamie Brown, had a time of 3 hours, 40 minutes. GLORIA REED photo

Canoe Sailing

Hawaiian Sailing Canoe Association

Saturday’s Results

Keokea, Hawaii To Hana

Traditional–1. Noio (Jamie Brown) 3:40, 2. Kamakani Eleu (Marvin Otsuji) 3:51, 3. Tui Tonga (Donny Jones) 3:57, 4. Kamalii O Ke Kai (Mike Kincaid) 4:03, 5. Kahiau (Ikaika Kincaid) 4:22, 6. Auka’i O Maui (Ray Glauser) 5:14.

Kamakani Eleu (foreground) and Tui Tonga sail off the Hana coast. SPENCER BOOMER photo

Unlimited–1. Ka Pikokai (Jun Balanga) 4:12.

Open–1. Moa E Ku (Miki Duvauchelle) 3:54, 2. Hawaiian Vikings (Todd Sandvold) 4:11.

Sunday’s Results

Hana To Kahului Harbor

Traditional–1. Tui Tonga (Donny Jones) 3:10, 2. Kamakani Eleu (Marvin Otsuji) 3:12, 3. Auka’i O Maui (Ray Glauser) 3:14, 4. Kamalii O Ke Kai (Mike Kincaid) 3:18, 5. Kahiau (Ikaika Kincaid) 3:24, 6. Noio (Jamie Brown) 4:15.

Unlimited winner Ka Pikokai (left) sails with Kamalii O Ke Kai and Kamakani Eleu. GLORIA REED photo

Open–1. Moa E Ku (Miki Duvauchelle) 3:24, 2. Hawaiian Vikings (Todd Sandvold) 3.30.

Golf

Pukalani Ladies Golf Club Ace Day

Sunday’s Results At Pukalani Country Club

Low net–Sonya LumHo 70, Jan Teruya 71, Femia Calvan 72.

A flight closest to the pin–No. 3: Adele Sumida. No. 8: Jan Teruya. Nos. 14 and 16: Marti Bonelli.

B flight closest to the pin–No. 3: Donna Powers. No. 8: Linda Briske. No. 14: Sonya LumHo. No. 16: Kathy Ka’aa.

A flight fewest putts–Jan Teruya 27.

B flight fewest putts–Femia Calvan 29, Terri Pike 29.

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