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Keiki Athletes

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The Pearl City Spartans 12U boys soccer team competed in the AYSO National Games at Waipi‘o Peninsula Soccer Park July 3-7. Pictured are (front, from left) Riley Hayashi, Jabob Daguay, Elias Kagawa, Tad Kobashigawa, Ensen Kam, Caleb Choi, Collin Edrada, Caleb Colemenares, Dash deSerres, (back) referee volunteers Martin Choi and Nathan Kam, assistant coach Geoff Maeda, Anson Bagoyo, team mom Lisa Ynigues, Micah Ynigues, Tyler Wee, referee volunteer Dave Colmenares and head coach Steve Daguay.

Celebrating their win at the 12U Cal Ripken state tournament are (front, from left) Ronald Vea, Kamanalu Grace, D.J. Kapaku, Sheysten Nagasako, Zion Ishikawa, Blaze Baltazar, (middle) Jordan Grace, Allin Yap, Charles Naone, Brayden Van-Kuren, Carmelo Fuller, (back) coach Donald Kapaku Sr., Damian Griffin, Dayton Lorenzo, and coaches Donald Kapaku and Nicholas Griffin.

The 14U Kane Pure Aloha volleyball team recently returned home from the 2019 Boys Junior National Volleyball Championship in Dallas, Texas. Pictured are (front, from left) Jonathan Tsubota, Tyler Bras, Kaleo Della Sala, Cody Pili-Rumusod, Ethan Maskell, (back) coach Blake Cherry, Reyn Yamauchi, Cody Benevides, Jared Helenihi-Aweau, Heston Cabinian, RJ Dilks and head coach Wayne Gillia.

Members of team Lakers (9-10) pose for a picture after a successful spring season with Mililani Community Athletes Association. Pictured are (sitting) Raylia Parayno, Tyson Dagan, Aadyn Mounthongdy, Aren Komatsu, (standing) Nahe Kaopuiki, Alivia Rankosky, Kanon Prentice, Champstyn Passi, Josiah Simbre, and coaches Ray Parayno and Francis Dagan.