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11 Kamehameha Students Sign Letters of Intent

April 16, 2014, 12:33 PM HST
* Updated April 17, 7:23 AM
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Mikaele Kane signs his Letter of Intent while his dad, Daine Kane looks on.  Courtesy photo.

Mikaele Kane signs his Letter of Intent while his dad, Daine Kane looks on. Photo Credit: Naomi Ashman/KSM

By Maui Now Staff

A total of 11 student athletes from the Kamehameha Schools, Maui campus signed letters of intent on Wednesday as they made their college commitments final.

The new signings bring to 18 the total number of Kamehameha Schools Maui students who have signed letters of intent.

The student athletes will be competing in a variety of collegiate level sports that include: volleyball, soccer, softball, swimming, baseball, track and field, and water polo.

“Your hard work and dedication has brought you to this point. We are proud of your accomplishments and confident that you will make the most of this opportunity, while making our school and our princess proud,” said Michelle Arnold, athletic-academic counselor in a school press release.

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Athletic Director Blane Gaison also thanked the families and charged the students to go forth as “ambassadors” of their communities and the state.

First row:  Taylor Awai, Marley Duncan, Daniel Quenga, Cheyenne Maio-Silva.  Back row:  Kaui Uweko’olani, Avinash Singh, Patricia Batoon, Leimana Hassett, Kiana Antonio, Mikaele Kane, Jarom Santiago.   Courtesy photo.

First row: Taylor Awai, Marley Duncan, Daniel Quenga, Cheyenne Maio-Silva. Back row: Kaui Uweko’olani, Avinash Singh, Patricia Batoon, Leimana Hassett, Kiana Antonio, Mikaele Kane, Jarom Santiago. Photo Credit: Naomi Ashman/KSM

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School officials released the following list of students who signed letters of intent today, and the schools they plan to attend:

  • Patricia Batoon: Women’s Volleyball, Notre Dame de Namur, daughter of Angel and Louise Batoon;
  • Taylor Awai: Women’s Volleyball, San Francisco State University, daughter of Lyle and Jennifer Awai;
  • Avinash Singh: Men’s Soccer, Chaminade University, son of Baldev and Kimi Singh;
  • Daniel Quenga: Men’s Soccer, University of the Pacific, son of Daryl and Vicky Quenga;
  • Marley Duncan: Women’s Soccer, Willamette University, daughter of Charles and Kehau Duncan;
  • Cheyenne Maio-Silva: Softball, Linfield College, daughter of Darren and Marlo Silva;
  • Kaui Uwekoʻolani: Softball, Pacific University, daughter of Dwayne Uwekoʻolani and Caroline Sadiri;
  • Mikaele Kane: Swimming, University of Hawaiʻi, son of Dane and Wendy Kane;
  • Jarom Santiago: Baseball, College of the Siskiyous, son of Von and Summer Santiago;
  • Kiana Antonio: Track & Field, Linfield College, daughter of Albert and Kuʻulei Antonio; and
  • Leimana Hassett: Water Polo, Whittier College, daughter of John Hassett and Kehau Kaʻauwai.
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