Getting Their (Penalty) Kicks

Kapa’a remained undefeated in Kaua’i Interscholastic Federation play with a 2-1 win over Waimea at Hanapepe Stadium on a blustery Saturday. It was Waimea’s KIF season opener.

It was a closely played match, and often physical, as attested by two of the three goals coming on penalty kicks. The win left the Warriors with a 2-0 record in the KIF standings, ahead of Kaua’i at 1-1 and Waimea at 0-1.

Joshua Quinlan put Waimea on the scoreboard with the first of those penalty kicks. Max Goode scored for Kapa’a, and Hunter Rice-Hudson got the game-winner on another penalty kick.

In the girls game, Waimea made it a sweep for the visiting Warriors with a 7-1 win.

Photos by: Ron Kosen
Photo Spectrum Kaua’i

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