HONOLULU -- University of Hawai'i Warrior football practice will conclude Sunday, April 14 at the annual Warrior Spring Challenge on Cooke Field.
Gates open at 4 p.m. and the first 1,000 people through the door will receive a FREE Warrior Spring Challenge t-shirt. Festivities will include a KCCN kid's zone with a dunking booth, football throw and jumping castle sponsored by Extreme Fun Rentals, and autograph and picture taking opportunities with players and coaches. Sodexho will sponsor food booths featuring beer, Gordon Biersch garlic fries, beverages, and plate lunches. Fans will be able to sign-up to win prizes including a trip for two on a 2002 Warrior football road trip, a trip for two to Las Vegas courtesy of Vacations Hawaii, an AT&T Wireless phone with air-time, Papa John's Pizza for a year, and a pair of 2002 UH football season tickets.
The 2002 Warrior Spring Challenge will begin at 5:30 p.m., starting with a quarterback challenge and a kicking and punting contest, followed by a scrimmage with a live band performance by Henry Kapono and Na Leo Pilimehana.
Prices are: $6 adults; $5 Na Koa members, senior citizens, kids ages 4-high school, military, Fire Department, and Police Department; all UH students (with valid ID) and kids ages 3-and-under are FREE.
Entrance will be allowed to the first 3,000 fans only.