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Maui High Moves Into Second Place in Boys Soccer

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   January 19th, 2012 · No Disqus Comments ·
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MHS logoBy Rodney S. Yap

The Maui High School boys soccer team moved into second place in the Maui Interscholastic League standings following its 1-0 victory at Seabury Hall on Wednesday.

Joaquin Navarro scored the lone goal in the 68th minute as the Sabers improved to 7-2-2. A win is worth three points and a tie one point, giving Maui High 23 points in the MIL Division I standings, behind first-place Lahainaluna 25 points, 8-2-1.

Seabury Hall fell to 2-6-2 but remain atop the MIL Division II standings with eight points.

Maui High travels to winless Hana on Friday for a 5 p.m. match.

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Hawaii Elite Track Team will begin its spring practice season at 4 p.m. on Feb. 1, for bantam (born 2002-2003), midget (2000-2001), and youth (1998-1999) divisions. Athletes will follow a Monday, Wednesday, Friday practice schedule in 2012, starting at 4 p.m. There is a $15 fee for each training session.

The team will compete in the USATF Hawaii Association Junior Olympics on Oahu later this year, with qualifiers traveling to the USATF National Junior Olympics in Baltimore. The team is planning a fundraiser to help cover travel costs and uniforms.

For more information, contact Rudy Huber at 280-5801 or email huber_rudy@yahoo.com.

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The eighth annual Hawaii High School Basketball Exposure Camp will be held June 18-22 at the Lahaina Civic Center.

The camp fee is $450 and includes housing and meals, camp practice gear, camp T-shirt, leather indoor basketball, and evaluation form filled out by a coach that can be sent out to college coaches.

For more information on camp, contact the Maui Sports Academy via email at info@mauisportsacademy.com or by phone at 280-9545.

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