In addition to the 12s and 14s tournaments this past weekend, the 16s also participated in an 18s tournament on Sunday morning at McKinley High School. Photos from this weekend’s action courtesy Amanda Flores and Matt Osumi.

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Also happening this past Sunday was the first tournament of the season for Garett and Wayne’s 12s team at McKinley High School gym. After a tough first pool in which they lost to Mililani and Jammers, they defeated both SAS and Quicksets to finish in 7th place out of 9 teams. The coaches, players, and families are looking forward to their next tournament, which will again be held at McKinley High School on Sunday, March 1, at 1:30 p.m. Good luck!

This past Sunday morning, Brandon and Branden’s 14s teams participated in a 9-team 16s tournament at McKinley High School. Branden’s team took first in their pool and finished in third place overall, defeating Barefoot and one of the three Kealahou teams in pool play. In the second pool, they managed a split with eventual champ Mililani, handing them their only lost set of the tournament. They finished with an overall record of 5-3.

Brandon’s team finished in seventh place overall, taking third in the first pool and winning their second pool. They swept Kealahou and Laulea to finish with an overall record of 4-4, which was the fourth best record of the day.

This Sunday, February 22, features another 16s tournament at McKinley for our 16s team, to be followed by a 12s tournament for Garett’s team. Brandon’s team will also play on Sunday in a friendship tournament at Pearl City High School.



ci9e0653The Kaizen 16s tournament played in their second tournament of the year this past Sunday at McKinley High School gym. In this 9-team tournament the girls finished second in both of their pools and in fifth place overall. Along the way they defeated Hilina’i and split with both Quicksets and Hi Intensity to finish with a 4-4 record.

Photos from the tournament can be viewed here.