Makule Softball League
On Monday, July 16, a grand slam homerun by Ken Bowers followed a few batters later by Dan Pariney's three-run shot that cleared the fence in left centerfield were the big blows for Fuego in an 11-run fourth inning. Fuego defeated Kihei Sporting Goods (KSG) 13-3. McCall Ned was KSG's top batter, going two for two with one RBI.
Who's On First and Blue Collar were in a tight game until a six-run fourth inning keyed by Kevin Fanara's three-run triple to give "The Who" the lead for good, holding on for a 14-10 win. Chris Dernovich went two for four, including a two-run homerun for Blue Collar.
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Lastly, it was Wasabi edging Pizza Madness 10-7. Randy Barido was two for three with one RBI for Wasabi, while Johnson Agpoon's two for three and two RBIs paced Pizza Madness.
Youth Basketball League
In the 14-and-under division, Elite I defeated Elite II 40-31 on Friday, July 13, with Jaxson Naiditch scoring 14 points, followed by Clarence Daguio's ten. Dustan Suzuki topped Elite I with 10 points.
On the Wednesday, July 18, led by Kamahi Carter's 12 points and Ian Abreu's eight, the Jaguars opened their season with a 50-29 win over the Blue Devils. Scot Magno scored eight points and Efron Villon scored five for the Blue Devils.
In the 17-and-under division, Elite ran past Alpha (formerly Central Elite) 68-31 on July 13, as Cheyne Vega and Chase Iwata-Bartolome each scored 17 points. Marvin Badua and Austin Martin topped Alpha, scoring eight points apiece.
Two more games on the July 18 started with Westside's 43-30 win over LBT (Lazy But Talented). Manny Brands led the way with 12 points, followed by Cyrus Kama's eight. Aaron Parker topped LBT with 12 points; Denzel Quiones added six.
Ending senior division games for the week, No Idea defeated Alpha 75-40. Teva Eldredge scored 19 points, and Callen Beeson scored 15 for No Idea. Marvin Badua's 12; points and Austin Martin's ten paced Alpha.
Girls Basketball League
On the 17, our girls' leagues were in action. The Jr. Midgets took the court first. Trailing 10-4 at halftime, the Sparks came back for a 13-12 win. Erin Ho'okano was top scorer with six points, with Ashley Peralta adding five. Gabby Burton led the way for the Toon Squad with six points. Next, Southside ran past Mayhem 38-3 with Angel Pauole scoring 14 points and Khloe Vernon, six.
The Midgets Division was next up. Emma Hanlon's 11 points helped Mayhem I easily defeat Southside 27-4.
The final game of the night saw Mayhem II pass The Sparks 22-10. Jenicca Tamura and Nicole Pagan-Eldredge scored six points each for Mayhem II, while Ashley Peralta scored five and Lucy Jorju three for The Sparks.
Girls Softball League
Clinics for girls' softball started on the Thursday, July 19, at Kalama Park, but it's still not too late to sign up. The league is for girls 15 years old and under.
Mens Open Softball League
Registration is also open for men's softball, tentatively scheduled to begin the third week of August. The first 20 teams to submit a roster are confirmed. The entry deadline is Tuesday, July 31.
We welcome anyone who wants to help referee or keep score. Give us a call at 879-4533, or just come to the park on game days. For more South Maui Sports information, check Facebook at www.facebook.com/southmauiparks. Call for more information on any of our programs. Have a great weekend!