Maui Sports

Kamehameha, Seabury Post Big Volleyball Wins

October 2, 2011, 4:55 PM HST
* Updated October 2, 7:50 PM
Listen to this Article
1 minute
Loading Audio... Article will play after ad...
Playing in :00
A
A
A

By Fred Guzman

The Kamehameha-Maui girls maintained their dominance in MIL Division-I volleyball, while Seabury Hall handed Molokai High a rare D-II setback over the weekend.

Seventh-ranked Kamehameha improved its MIL record to 8-0 with a 25-15, 25-22, 28-26 sweep of visiting second-place Baldwin on Saturday, tying an MIL record with 49 straight victories.  Maui High set the mark in the 1993.

Seabury Hall survived a battle of unbeaten teams on Friday, defeating Molokai High 23-25, 25-17, 19-25, 25-17, 15-10 victory, handing the Farmers their first MIL loss since 2007.  Seabury is 7-0 while Molokai is 5-1 following a Saturday sweep of Maui Prep.

It’s back to work for MIL football teams, who were off during the Fair Break.  On Friday, unbeaten Division-I leader Baldwin visits Kamehameha.  On Saturday, Maui High is at King Kekaulike. Both games are scheduled for 7 p.m. and will be aired on ESPN 550.

ARTICLE CONTINUES BELOW AD

On the college front, The 11th-ranked Rainbow Wahine made quick work of its two WAC opponents over the weekend at the Stan Sheriff Center.  On Friday, UH needed 75 minutes to complete a 25-15, 25-15, 25-14 rout of Nevada.  On Saturday, the Wahine walloped Fresno State 25-14, 25-16, 25-18 in 70 minutes.

ARTICLE CONTINUES BELOW AD

Freshman middle blocker Kalei Adolpho of Molokai received the starting call and responded with four blocks and six kills.

The victory improved Hawaii’s records to 14-1 overall and 4-0 in the WAC.  It was Hawaii’s 50th straight volleyball victory over Fresno State.  Next for UH are is a home match against San Jose State on Saturday

The UH soccer team shocked Utah State 2-1 on Friday night, defeating the WAC favorites.  Hawaii played again on Sunday against Nevada.

E-Mail Newsletters Receive daily or weekly updates via e-mail. Subscribe Now
News Alerts Breaking news alerts on your mobile device. Get the App

Comments

This comments section is a public community forum for the purpose of free expression. Although Maui Now encourages respectful communication only, some content may be considered offensive. Please view at your own discretion. View Comments