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Great Turnout for Flag Football


Anthony Higa warming up his arm.
Anthony Higa warming up his arm.

Successful Game (for some) at Keehi Lagoon
While there were no pro football scouts in attendance, the Saturday, April 18 RPJ Coed Flag Football game at Keehi Lagoon drew 17 members and friends. If any scouts did show, they would’ve been impressed with the play of RPJ’s Joy Awakuni, who was the concensus choice for game MVP. Joy’s team walloped the aptly-colored yellow team by the score of too many to nearly not enough. All in all, everyone had a great time that morning. There was even an Anson Gutierrez sighting, and yes he can throw something other than a volleyball around. Stay tuned for the next game, and check out more pics after the jump.

Alex Chang (in yellow) stretches before the game, while Kahuku's very own Dennis Ho performs the haka.
Alex Chang (in yellow) stretches before the game, while Kahuku's very own Dennis Ho performs the haka.

The game ball before kickoff. (We don't do kickoffs, but it's a cool shot nonetheless. Thanks, Winston)
The game ball before kickoff. (We don't do kickoffs, but it's a cool shot nonetheless. Thanks, Winston)

Some of the players resting between quarters.
Some of the players resting between quarters.

RPJ President Eve Epitome passing out snack bars at halftime.
RPJ President Eve Epitome passing out snack bars at halftime.

Elvin Berzabal and Dennis Ho wondering what kind of snack bars Eve's peddling, while John, Joy and Sherry gear up for the game.
Elvin Berzabal and Dennis Ho wondering what kind of snack bars Eve's peddling, while John, Joy and Sherry gear up for the game.