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South Maui Sports

November 22, 2012
Todd Richter - County of Maui Recreational Assistant , The Maui Weekly


Thursday, Nov. 15, brought an end to another entertaining Men's Softball League season. The final week started on Tuesday, Nov. 13, with two lopsided games.

First, Q103 routed Ten10Ten10Ten 16-0. Then Aww Shucks used a 14-run first inning on their way to a 26-0 win over Chicos. On Nov. 14, with a playoff berth at stake, Q103 exploded for 18 runs in the second inning and went on to beat Blue Collar 27-9. Next, Goodfellow Brothers kept their playoff hopes alive with an exciting 8-7 extra inning win over Put Out Da Fire. Finishing the night, Caged got by the Cove Park Braddas 18-14.

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South Maui Sports
Todd Richter
County of Maui Recreational Assistant

Finishing up the regular season on Nov. 15, Korrupt built a 12-2 lead, then held on to beat the Cove Park Braddas 12-11. Lastly, the Wild Ones scored nine runs in the first inning to defeat Goodfellow Brothers 17-7. Wild Ones finished with the second best record in the league, and the loss eliminated Goodfellow from the playoffs.

The playoffs were Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 20 and 21 at the South Maui Community Park. This years playoff teams are the No. 1 Red Eye Souljahs, No. 2 Wild Ones, No. 3 Aww Shucks, No. 4 Put Out Da Fire, No. 5 Caged, No. 6 Q103. Results from the playoffs will be in next week's issue.


Softball Sunday got underway with an 18-13 Wasabi win over En Fuego. The second game saw Jus Enuf roll over Maui 5-0 Gray 17-6.


The Cove Park 'Ohana and Nuts and Honeys went back and forth the whole game and ended up in an 18-18 tie as the time limit was reached. Platinum beat Red Line 20-11 in a game that was tied at nine until an eight-run fifth inning put Platinum ahead for good.

Next, So Wut edged Boom 11-8. The softball marathon day ended with the Beach Bums getting by the 808 Grinders 12-7.

Coed and 50 and Over games are played at the South Maui Community Park field.


Attendance at our pre-season youth basketball clinics has been amazing. We are all looking forward to a great season beginning in January. Any youth aged 5 to 11 can still sign up.


An Adult Coed Kickball League is still in the works. We're still working out a few details, but it's looking like a January start. If you want to enter or join a team, call me.

For information or questions about any of our programs, give our office a call at 879-4533, or check our South Maui Parks Facebook page. Have a great week everybody!



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