KS-Hawaii kicker honored
The National Football Hall of Fame Foundation has awarded former Kamehameha-Hawaii placekicker Leon Peralto with a $1,000 scholarship.
Peralto, an honor student who was named to the Star-Bulletin all-state second team, will represent Hawaii in the regional awards. The national winner will receive a $10,000 award.
Powers eliminated at Billabong Pro
Hawaii surfer Roy Powers lost to Australia's Mick Fanning yesterday in the third round of the Billabong Pro at Jeffreys Bay in South Africa.
Fanning advanced to the fourth round by outscoring Powers 15.66-13.67 in their heat.
Hawaii's Pancho Sullivan was waiting to compete in his third-round heat and will face Paulo Moura of Brazil. Kelly Slater is also slated to face Sean Holmes in the third round.
Testimony invited on stadium configuration
A public hearing will be held Thursday on the issue of locking Aloha Stadium into football configuration permanently.
The hearing is at 10 a.m. at the stadium's hospitality room.
People who want to testify should put their testimony in writing and fax it to stadium manager Kenneth Lum at 483-2823.
"Those who want to testify will be asked to read their letters in the order of their arrival at the stadium on Thursday," stadium spokesman Patrick Leonard said.
Speed and Quickness clinics this weekend
The Hawaii Speed and Quickness clinics at the University of Hawaii's Klum Gym continue Saturday and Sunday.
The clinic for ages 7-12 is from 8:30 to 10 a.m., and the session for ages 13 and up is from 10:30 to noon. Registration is 30 minutes prior to the starting times.
The fee is $10 per session, and includes gift certificates from Jamba Juice, Papa John's and Subway. For more information, call 739-5444.