Campbell’s championship parade Saturday

Dorrien Hermosura-Villanueva pitched and played first base during Campbell's run to the state Division I baseball title. A parade honoring the state champion Sabers baseball and softball teams is being held Saturday in Ewa Beach. Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser.
Dorrien Hermosura-Villanueva pitched and played first base during Campbell’s run to the state Division I baseball title. A parade honoring the state champion Sabers baseball and softball teams is being held Saturday in Ewa Beach. Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser.

A parade honoring the state champion Campbell baseball and softball teams and other Sabers teams will be held in Ewa Beach on Saturday.

The parade, being run by the JCHS Alumni and Community Foundation with help from State Sen. Will Espero, will start at 9 a.m.

The route will be: Mahiko Park on Renton Road to Kapolei Parkway, continue through Ewa By Gentry on Kapolei Parkway, continue through Oceanpointe on Kapolei Parkway, left onto Keoneula Boulevard through Oceanpointe, right onto Ft. Weaver Road to the Ewa Beach Boys and Girls Club.


The Campbell baseball and softball teams are coming off state championship victories in the spring season. The parade will also feature athletes from the Sabers’ swimming and track and field teams. In addition, special guests from the 1978 Campbell state championship baseball team will be on hand.


“These student-athletes deserve this parade and attention,” Espero said. “They have done what no other Campbell baseball and softball teams have done. This banner championship year will be remembered for a long time.”

The Ewa Beach Lions Club, the Ewa Beach Boys and Girls Club, and the Ohana and Friends of West Oahu are also helping to organize the parade.

COMMENTS

  1. robert May 29, 2015 5:13 pm

    wheres Ewa Beach?


  2. Sandra Ariola May 30, 2015 8:58 am

    Would like to know if Campbell High took state titles in wrestling,track and field, swimming?


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