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Senior, Co-Ed Softball, Fryer Basketball Scores

It’s been another great couple of weeks for South Maui sports!

February 16, 2012
Todd Richter · County of Maui Recreational Assistant , The Maui Weekly

On Sunday, Jan. 29, the Senior Softball League wrapped up its first season with two games at the South Maui Community Park field. Maui 5-0 (blue) beat Fuego 19-10. Maui 5-0 (gray) defeated Jus Enuff 10-7, and finished on top of the final standings.

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Coed Softball League

Three Coed League games followed the seniors. Stella Blues got a 7-0 forfeit win over Dem, then Nuts and Honey routed Hoobrahs 18-1. Despite a grand-slam homerun by Chaz Sau, Pool Polo edged Cove Park 'Ohana 14-12. Coed League games continue on Sunday evenings. After taking a break on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 5, the South Maui Co-ed Softball League resumed on play the Sunday, Feb. 12 at the community park field. Scores to come next week!

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South Maui Youth Basketball League - Fryers

Fans enjoyed exciting games in each of the three age divisions of the South Maui Youth Basketball League. They were fun to watch and fun to referee. It's great to see and hear so many people at all the games!

Fryers Division games are played at Kamali'i Elementary School on Monday and Wednesday afternoons.

On Monday, Jan. 30, the high scorers were Shane Taylor and Bode Woodard of the Bulls, who each earned 12 points in a win over the Suns. Mackenzie Fakavai of the Ninjas also scored 12 points for her team's win over the Aces.

On Wednesday, Feb. 8, in one of the most fun, exciting games I've ever refereed, the first game between the Aces and the Bulls went back and forth until the very end. The Aces pulled out a 36-34 win behind LJ Renon's 16 points, with Colin Crawford adding eight. Bode Woodard and Shane Taylor carried the load for the Bulls with 18 and 14 points respectively. The middle game saw the Ninjas run past the Titans 38-14. Koening Biegel had 10 points, and Evan Wellerstein scored six for the Ninjas, while Zayden Enovijas and Raymond Steben led the Titans with four points each. The final game saw the Rebels use a balanced scoring attack to roll over the Geckos 42-10. Tyrah Delos Reyes and Sione Afemui each scored eight points for the Rebels. Gavin Muldoon scored four points to lead the Geckos.

Next week!

Jr. Midget scores for the month will be included in next week's column, as well as some good news about the Kalama Park tennis courts.

For more South Maui Sports information, check Facebook at www.facebook.com/southmauiparks.

 
 

 

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