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Linfield Wildcats Update

Aloha, I would like to take the time to thank family, friends and the community of Molokai for supporting my daughter, Kailana Ritte-Camara, and the Lady Farmers all these years. Your support has helped Kailana to achieve her dreams. She is a freshman at Linfield College in Oregon and made it on the volleyball team and is on the first string. She has done remarkable things and I know we can all be very, very proud of her. The volleyball season has just ended and Kailana helped Linfield achieve sixth place in the Northwest conference this year. She is honorable mention on the all-league team and ranks third among all the players in the Northwest conference in kills. She also was the only player to register 20 plus killer per game with 30 blocks and 21 aces on the year. Anyone wanting to research any more info on Kailana can go to Linfield Athletics and click on women’s volleyball or just go online and type in Kailana Ritte-Camara. Thank you everyone for all your love and blessings.

Scarlett Ritte-Camara


One Response to “Linfield Wildcats Update”

  1. Hawaii Wildcat says:

    I was privileged to watch Kailana Ritte-Camara play for Linfield twice this season, including once against another Moloka`i High graduate, Kelsy Takashima of Pacific U.
    Each was dominant for her team and each seems to be thoroughly enjoying her college experience in the Pacific Northwest, rain and all.
    We expatriates in the Northwest are happy to see the volleyball players from home who are not quite UH Wahine material matriculate here for great education and athletics (especially at Linfield).
    Half the starting lineup for conference champion Whitworth (Spokane, Washington) this season was from the M.I.L.
    Send ’em up, Moloka`i! E Komo Mai!
    Dennis Anderson (formerly of O`ahu, now in McMinnville, Oregon)

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