Maui Sports

Football Skills Camp Saturday for Youth and Prep Athletes

May 13, 2016, 6:43 AM HST
* Updated May 13, 7:10 AM
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The Polynesian Triangle Foundation & Training will be conducting its first Football Skills Camp at Seabury Hall on Saturday, May 14, for all youth and high school athletes.

The youth camp, ages 13 and under, will be from 8 to 10 a.m. Check in for the youth camp is 7 a.m.

The high school camp is from 10 to Noon. Check in for the high school camp will be from 9 to 10 a.m.

The is a $20 donation fee.

The camp is a fundraiser to assist parents and student athletes attending the Polynesian Triangle Foundation upcoming trip to the San Francisco Bay Area for three college campus tours — at University of California at Berkeley, Stanford University and San Jose State University — and the Oakland Nike Football Combine on Saturday, May 21.

Players flash the Polynesian Triangle Training sign after a recent speed and quickness training at the Pit Field in Wailuku. Photo by Coach Hala.

Players flash the Polynesian Triangle Training sign after a recent speed and quickness training at the Pit Field in Wailuku. Photo by Coach Hala.

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Polynesian Triangle Foundation & Training was founded over three years ago with a single goal of assisting all student athletes willing to put in consistent hard work, dedication and effort into to their own education, athletic training and life to obtain higher education, athletic and life goals.

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For more information on the camp or the foundation call “Coach Hala” (Halakilangi Frank Muagututi’a) at (562) 418-3030 or go to www.polytriangle.com.

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