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Keiki Athletes

Send pictures of your young sports stars to yting@midweek.com. Please provide first and last names of athletes pictured, their ages, the communities they’re from and any information about the event or league they’re participating in.

Hana Hou Baseball won the HYBA USSSA Pacific Baseball Championship (11U Division) at Central O‘ahu Regional Park Aug. 6-7, defeating Pono Hawai‘i (12-1) in the championship game. Pictured are (front, from left) Aysen Orpilla, Joey Katano, Sky Hirota, Jacob Ellazar, Cohen Adaro, Hoshio Oyama, (second row) Ryeder Takahashi, Imipono Kala, Ryder Asuncion, Masao Minami, Deagan Kawahakui, Kemohe Naiwi, Trycen Kaimiola, and (third row) coaches Yudai Oyama, Daniel Kawahakui, Clement Kaimiola and Ryan Takahashi.

Chloe Carter, 7, of Kaimukī gives a shaka from the field during a flag football game with i9 Sports in July.

With the suspension of youth sports, brothers Javan and Zion Montero have been keeping busy by doing soccer drills together.

Since parks, beaches and trails are closed, Ronin stays active by skating safely at home.