HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Two local sisters are off to Bowling Eco-friendly, Kentucky to contend in the 73rd U.S. Girls Junior Golfing Championships.
Hauula natives, Mia and Ava Cepeda, certified for the tournament on June 18 at Hualalai Golf System in Kailua-Kona.
The Cepeda sisters are coached by their moms and dads Karla and Baxter at Initial Tee Hawaii.
A milestone accomplishment for any junior golfer, but to be in a position to do it with your sister is even a lot more particular.
“You know every single event we’re kind of competing.” Ava Cepeda informed Hawaii Information Now. “Even if we’re not in the identical age division, we’re like competing towards each individual other.”
“We’re comparing and stuff so yeah, but it’s definitely cool.” Mia Cepeda reported. “It’s exceptional in that way in this discipline mainly because there is only one other pair of sisters.”
They’re also representing their hometown of Hauula.
“It’s definitely great just due to the fact there’s not a good deal of golfers on that side and we each enjoy for Kahuku.” Mia said. “And there is like a handful of other persons, so it’s pleasant to be ready to like signify.”
The two-working day tourney wrapped up on Tuesday in Kentucky and regrettably, neither sister was capable to shoot minimal ample to achieve the trophy, nevertheless the huge aid they obtained all through the journey was just as worthwhile.
“Thank you for this guidance.” Each the Cepeda stated.
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