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The Eagles Soar!

March 29, 2012
The Maui Weekly

Coed Softball League

Our Coed Softball League continued on the Sunday, March 18, with three more games. Starting the evening off, the Cove Park 'Ohana defeated 808 Grinders 13-6. Next up, Hobrahs held off a late rally by Stella Blues and won 13-9. Nuts & Honey's started the night undefeated, but after a two-run homerun, seven-RBI night by Sione Taumoepeau, Pool Polo picked up the win 14-7, leaving both teams tied with one loss.

Another month to go in this first Coed Softball League season. All the games are played at the South Maui Community Park field on Sunday evenings.

Youth Basketball League - Fryers

The week of March 10-17 saw three divisions of our youth basketball league wrap up play for 2012--the Super Fryers, Fryers and Jr. Midgets. The Rebels defeated the Ninjas 44-36 in the championship game of the Fryers Division with Tyler Ramos scoring a game high 18 points. Koening Biegel led the Ninjas with 14 points.

Youth Basketball League - Jr. Midgets

On Saturday, March 17, the Jr. Midgets held their post-season playoffs at the old Wailuku Gym. After easy wins over the Aces and the Kihei Sharks, the Heat and the Eagles played a game that went down to the wire. With less than 10 seconds left in the game, Henry Johnson made a three-pointer, and the Eagles got the win 24-23 to advance to the championship game against the unbeaten Flames, who had earlier defeated the Bulls 42-16. The Eagles took a 16-7 halftime lead. The Flames came back strong in the second half and cut the Eagles lead to 18-17. Henry Johnson was top gun again for the Eagles with eight points, but it was Noah Abreu who kept the Eagles ahead scoring big baskets each time the Flames got close, as the Eagles went on to win the game 26-20. Rex Butihi led the Flames with six points; Michael Villon finished with five.

Youth Basketball League - Midgets

Our Midgets Division continued play at Kalama Park with games on Tuesday, March 20. Tuesday started with the Kihei Boys topping the KYC Bobcats 36-28. Clarence Daguio led the way with nine points and Perdon Abner added eight. Kamahi Carter once again paced the Bobcats with 14 points, followed by Christian Gonsolves-Ino's eight points. Next, the Blazers easily beat a cold shooting Jaguars team 27-8. Manix Benjamin scored nine points and Nathan Howze scored eight for the Blazers. Cyrus Pestana's four points was tops for the Jaguars. Lastly, Elite used a big second half to defeat the Hawks 27-14 behind Raider Damuni's 10 points and Christian Jenkins' eight. Jason Arrocena scored eight points for the Hawks.

Girls' Basketball & Softball Leagues

We're now taking registration from girls ages 8 to 14 for an all-girls' basketball league program that will begin in late April, and also girls' ages 8 to 15 for our girls softball program that will start in mid-May. Forms can be picked and either returned in person or mailed to our office at 303 E. Lipoa St.

For more information, call 879-4533.

Tennis

Kalama Park tennis court resurfacing project is on schedule and should be ready for use in two to three weeks.

Have a good week everybody!

We're always looking for volunteer help with game timing, scorekeeping and officiating. If you have spare time and an interest in helping out with a great youth program, call either myself or Jake at 879-4533, send us a message on our South Maui Parks Facebook page, or just grab your shoes and a whistle and come to the park!

 
 

 

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