Spartans, Na Alii advance to MIL semifinals

Seabury Hall's Chloe Logrande advances a second-quarter ball ahead of teammate Maddie Eiting during the Spartans’ 17-4 win over Kamehameha Maui in an MIL tournament first-round match Friday at Kihei Aquatic Center. -- The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photo

Skylar Lickle scored five goals to help lead the Seabury Hall water polo team to a 17-4 victory over Kamehameha Maui in a Maui Interscholastic League tournament first-round match Friday at Kihei Aquatic Center.

The third-seeded Spartans (7-4) got three goals apiece from Aryana Johnson and Chiara Pogacic. They will face second-seeded Lahainaluna in the semifinals today at Kihei.

The Warriors finish the season at 0-11.

In the other first-round match Friday, No. 4 seed King Kekaulike defeated No. 5 Maui High 10-3.

Kalena Vaivai had three goals and Taitum Jones added two for Na Alii (6-5), who face top-seeded Baldwin today.

Na Alii’s Kianna Correa stopped 10 shots on goal by the Sabers (2-9).

Following the morning semifinals and a consolation match, the MIL tournament championship will be played at 1:45 p.m.


Seabury Hall 5 6 4 2–17

Kamehameha Maui 0 2 1 1– 4

Goal scorers–Seabury Hall: Skylar Lickle 5, Aryana Johnson 3, Chiara Pogacic 3, Sydney Walker 2, Eden Lingenfelder 2, Paige Nagahama, Emma Drood. Kamehameha Maui: Labryana Hookano, Makena Pang, Logan Spencer, Brynn Rodrigues.


King Kekaulike 0 5 2 3–10

Maui High 1 1 0 1– 3

Goal scorers–King Kekaulike: Kalena Vaivai 3, Taitum Jones 2, Kuaola Emmsley, Ceci Buckingham, Makanahele Emmsley, Kapua Fernandez, Montana Disegna. Maui High: Chloe Beukland, Kylie Robinson, Karrina Lynch.