Hawaii Tribune-Herald Sunday, February 26, 2017 5 CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL ATHLETES! • You’re all winners to us! 266 Kekuanaoa St. Hilo, HI • 96720 (808) 961-2604 kjtirecenter.com Mon.–Fri. 8:00–5:00 • Saturday 8:00–12:00 Defender™ Save fuel without sacrificing safety or longevity. • Get exceptional grip provided by IntelliSipeTM TechnologyTM PA S S E N G E R / M I N I V AN FREE ROAD HAZARD WARRANTY All-Terrain T/A® KO2 BFGoodrich’s toughest All-Terrain tire ever. • 20% Tougher Sidewalls • Longer Treadlife On and Off-Road A L L - T E R R A I N FREE ROAD HAZARD WARRANTY ATHLETES OF THE WEEK Jordan Kurokawa • baseball TIM WRIGHT/Tribune-Herald April 25-May 1: The hard-throwing right-hander closes his UH-Hilo career in style, firing a one-hit shutout with nine strikeouts against Hawaii Pacific. Mykala Tokunaga • softball R.W. SMITH/Tribune-Herald April 18-24: The Kamehameha senior pitches the Warriors to their fourth consecutive Division II title under her watch. Emma Taylor • track RICK WINTERS/West Hawaii Today May 2-8: The Hawaii Prep senior is honored again for double gold in state hurdling, but this time she takes silver in the 200 to lead HPA to a team title. Britney Yada • golf Courtesy photo May 16-22: The Waiakea graduate qualified for her first LPGA Tour event. Yada misses the cut later in the week at the Kingsmill Championship in Virginia. Chris Keiter • golf Courtesy photo May 9-15: The former UH-Hilo golfer lights up the Club at Hokulia, carding a 3-under 69 to win a local qualifier for the U.S. Open. Noah Otani • golf Courtesy photo May 23-29: Of four Hilo youngsters to qualify for the junior world golf championships, Otani posts the best score in relation to par, carding a 75 and 77.
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