Mufi Hannemann Jamboree

The keiki divisions are in their title games as of 1:30 p.m. I’ll post team photos after they’re done.

The Prep Division is in full throttle. Shawna Kuehu’s Team White is battling Kii Spencer-Vasconcellos’ Team Black.

Here are some shots.


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Eastsiderz, second place 12-under division.
Eastsiderz, second place 12-under division.
Sharks, champion of 12-under division.
Sharks, champion of 12-under division.
808 Basketball, second place 14-under division.
808 Basketball, second place 14-under division.
Eastsiderz, champion of 14-under division.
Eastsiderz, champion of 14-under division.
Mufi Hannemann achievement award: Chanelle Molina of Konawaena.
Mufi Hannemann achievement award: Chanelle Molina of Konawaena.
Team Blue, second place Prep Mixed Division.
Team Blue, second place Prep Mixed Division.
Team White, champion Prep Mixed Division.
Team White, champion Prep Mixed Division.

COMMENTS

  1. afriend February 16, 2016 7:10 pm

    Mahalo Mr. Mayor.


  2. Gotballerz February 16, 2016 10:28 pm

    Big ups to Mufi for providing another year of post season games for our student athletes. It was a great day of fun for the kids and the crowd of family and friends. For the varsity girls its a fun time to meet other players from the outer island, ILH, and OIA. The only item needed for this event was rosters for all of the participants.
    Looking forward to see the Jeremy Robinson Senior games. Besides a OIA vs ILH match up, he usually has a three point contest for the girls and a dunk contest for the boys. Last year there was a program of the participants on sale at the gym site. Mark your calendar for March 5th, at Moanalua HS Gym.


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