Lanai High School awards presented
Tavian Del Rosario was named Lanai High School's outstanding male athlete of the school year, and Norlyn Ca-bonce was named the top female, at the school's awards banquet Wednesday.
Cabonce also received the female scholar-athlete award, was named the most inspirational female athlete and received the girls wrestling coach award.
Karla Calso received the female sportsmanship award, and coaches awards in cross country and tennis. Cody Patterson received the male scholar-athlete award and boys tennis coach award. Jay Ryan Ballesteros was named the most inspirational male athlete. Kasey Sabin received the male sportsmanship award.
Coaches awards also went to Nalani Plunkett (girls volleyball and girls canoe paddling), Nicholas Niimi (boys volleyball), Demytri Dameg (boys cross country), Robert deBrum (boys wrestling), Anya Batoon (softball), Alicia Ebding (softball), Kerl Manuel (baseball), Nathan Samonte (boys canoe paddling), Tatiana Figuerres (girls basketball), Dezsiree Dameg (girls basketball), Jestonie Molina (boys basketball), Markus Koep (boys basketball), Kealoha Kahananui (boys basketball), John Pante (boys tennis), Caroline Stuck (girls tennis) and Michele Ra-queno (pep squad).
Johnson aces No. 7 at Elleair
Jennifer Johnson of San Clemente, Calif., recorded a hole-in-one Thursday at Elleair Maui Golf Club in Kihei.
Johnson aced the seventh hole, using a 7-iron for the 117-yard shot, which was witnessed by Steve Johnson and Tage Johnson.
Obstacle challenge scheduled for July 12
The Ikaika Nui Extreme Obstacle Challenge is scheduled for 7 a.m. on July 12 at Men-des Ranch in Wailuku.
The untimed event will have 12 to 14 obstacles. Individual participants and four-person teams are being accepted, and a shorter keiki course is also planned. All finishers will receive a medal and T-shirt.
Volunteers and sponsors are also being sought.
For more information, go to runnersparadiseinc.com or call 280-5801.