NO CLINIC – March 15, 22, 29

The health and well-being of our students and coaches is our top priority. Although the number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the state of Hawaii remains low, we believe wisdom calls upon us to heed the recommendation of the State Department of Health authorities out of an abundance of caution and to align with public health guidelines.

Therefore, Kalakaua Basketball clinic is cancelled for the next three weeks:

  • March 15, 2020 (Cancelled)
  • March 22, 2020 (Cancelled)
  • March 29, 2020 (No clinic)

Please stay safe and stay tuned to all national and local sources for further updates.

During these changed times, please have your kids work on their academics, and teach them to help out with things around the house. Now is the time to teach your kids life lessons.

For the cancelled Sunday sessions (March 15 and 22), you will be credited towards the next session which begins in August 2020.

Blessings all of you with good health and keep the aloha spirit at heart!

Mahalo,
Coach Agena & staff

Waitlist is Closed

The waitlist is being closed for any more students as we have reached well over the numbers that we are able to serve and offer our best training for our basketball hopefuls.  We will be contacting those who have been patiently waiting when openings become available.

Thank you very much for your interest and support.  I sincerely appreciate your understanding.

Coach Agena

Congrats to the 2019 Kalākaua Nā Wahine 17U Travel Team

The 2019 Kalākaua Nā Wahine 17U travel team from left to right are: Mālie Marfil, Tati Burciaga-Reyes, Manu Seei, Shay Bonilla, Heaven Hense-Dorroh, Tara Kaneshiro, Alexis Huntimer, Angela Howell and Alexsandra Huntimer.

The girls participated in the End of the Oregon Trail tournament from July 5 – 8, 2019, in Portland, Oregon and won in their division, with a record of 6-0, against teams from Oregon and Washington. Traveling to Auburn, Washington, they participated in the Northwest Aftershock tournament, July 10 – 12. The girls went 4-1, placing second. Four girls are looking forward to senior year at their respective high schools as well as prospective college basketball careers.

Good job to all the girls!