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Registration for boxing invitational opens

MEDIA RELEASE On, (June 1), the Hawaiʻi Police Activities League, in partnership with the Hawaiʻi International Boxing Club, will be holding a boxing invitational at the Panaʻewa Park Gymnasium in Hilo, 100 Ohuohu Street. Coaches who are interested in entering athletes who are registered with USA Boxing and are ages 8-17, contact Officer Kaeo Drummondo […]

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HI-PAL boxing invitational Saturday (April 13)

HI-PAL-Boxing Invitational MEDIA RELEASE Hawaiʻi Police Activity League, (HI-PAL), in cooperation with Yeshua Boxing Club will be holding a boxing invitational event for children ages 8-17 on Saturday, (April 13), at the Sure Foundation Church grounds located at 16-1593 Pohaku Circle in Keaʻau. Weigh-ins start at 9 a.m. with boxing matches beginning at 6 p.m. […]

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HI-PAL boxing event in Waimea Saturday (May 6)

The Hawaiʻi Police Department’s Community Policing Section – Hawaiʻi Isle Police Activities League (HI-PAL) announces it’s next boxing event will be held at the Thelma Parker Gymnasium in Waimea on Saturday, May 6, 2017. Weigh-ins will be from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and the fights will start at 6 p.m. sharp. The event is […]

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Boxing makes a return to the HI-PAL sports program

The Hawaiʻi Police Department announces the return to West Hawaiʻi of the HI-PAL boxing program for boys and girls ages 8-17. Events will begin in February 2017. For information on how to participate in the program—including registration details and information about scheduling pre-entry physical appointments—interested youth, parents and coaches may contact Community Police Officer Kapelieli […]

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Fighting is ingrained deep into the genetic material of Van Oscar Penovaroff. A native of Kailua-Kona, Hawaii but now residing in Reading, PA, Penovaroff was an alternate on the 2004 US Olympic boxing squad after 120 amateur fights. He also won the 135 pound world title with the Hawaiian-based X-1 World Events mixed martial arts outfit, concluding with a 4-1 record.

Kailua-Kona’s Penovaroff boxes the ‘Sandman’ (May 22)

Fighting is ingrained deep into the genetic material of Van Oscar Penovaroff. A native of Kailua-Kona, Hawaii but now residing in Reading, PA, Penovaroff was an alternate on the 2004 US Olympic boxing squad after 120 amateur fights. He also won the 135 pound world title with the Hawaiian-based X-1 World Events mixed martial arts […]

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