Sports Bulletin Board

• EDITOR’S NOTE: The Sports Bulletin Board is published Sundays. Mail or bring material to The Maui News, 100 Mahalani St., Wailuku, 96793; fax (808) 242-9087; call (808) 249-6845; or email sports@mauinews.com.


Upcoming events


Today–Today is the last day to sign up for Central East Maui Little League’s spring season. Registration is online at clubs.bluesombrero.com/cemll. Documents must be scanned as a PDF file to be submitted. For more details on what documents are needed, visit littleleague.org/playing-rules/faqs-residency-school-attendance-eligibility. For more information, email ceastmauill@gmail.com.

Dec. 6-7–District 3 Little League will be holding a rules/umpire clinic on Dec. 6-7. The rules clinic will be held on Dec. 6 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Kahului Community Center annex, while field work will be held Dec. 7 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Keopuolani Park Field No. 2. All leagues are encouraged to send representatives, coaches, managers, UIC and board members. Participants should bring their 2019 rule book. For more information, email ceastmauill@gmail.com.



Sunday and Nov. 23–Registration is open for this year’s Maui Jim Maui Invitational Hoops Clinics presented by HMSA. The clinics are open to boys and girls in grades 3-8 and will feature instruction from tournament host Chaminade’s coaches and players from the men’s and women’s basketball teams. Space is limited. On Sunday, Lanai High School will host a clinic from noon to 2 p.m. (check-in at 11:30 a.m.). In addition, there will also be a coaches clinic to follow — from 2-3 p.m. (check-in at 1:30 p.m.) — that is open to high school, middle school and community coaches. To register for either Lanai clinic, contact Roderick Sumagit at (808) 565-7900. A kids clinic will also be held on Nov. 23 at Lahaina Civic Center’s Outdoor Dream Court. Check-in is at 1:30 p.m., with the clinic set for 2-3 p.m. To register, visit mauiinvitational.com/clinics.



Dec. 7–The Kahului Alii Pee Wee football team is playing in the Wescon Regional Championship on Dec. 7 in California, and the team is asking the Maui community for help with its fundraising efforts. The team has set up an online donation page at fanangel.com/kahuluialii. Alternatively, donations can also be mailed to Tua-Nei Kaawa, Kahului Alii Peewee Division, 370-A Liholiho St. Wailuku, HI 96793. Checks should be made out to “Kahului Alii Peewee.” All donations are tax-deductible. For more information, call Kaawa at 463-2461 or email kahuluialiipw2019@gmail.com.



Sunday–The Golf Outing at Maui Nui Golf Club benefitting Kihei Charter School is scheduled for Sunday at 12:30 p.m. The tournament is a four-person scramble format. The entry fee $100 per player, which includes lunch (provided by Sunsets Bar & Grill and 808 Deli) and dinner (Fat Daddy’s BBQ). Payments can be made through mobile payment service Venmo — the app can be downloaded to a smartphone or by going online to venmo.com (be sure to note the payment is for the South Maui Learning Ohana). All proceeds are planned to be divided between the KCS Robotics Club and athletics programs. For more information, email tigersharkgolfouting@gmail.com or call 205-6258.

Nov. 30–The 17th annual Mulligans on the Blue Charity Golf Tournament is scheduled for Nov. 30 at the Wailea Blue Course. The four-person scramble tournament, which benefits Hale Kau Kau, begins with a breakfast at 6 a.m. followed by a shotgun start at 7. There will be two hole-in-one prizes — a Toyota car and $10,000 — closest to the pin and bulls-eye games. Lunch will be following play at Mulligans Pub, during which there will be a live and silent auction and an awards ceremony. Sponsorships are also available for $500-$1,000. To register or for more information, visit halekaukau.org.

Jan. 1–The Sentry Tournament of Champions is seeking volunteers for the PGA tournament set for Jan. 1-5. There are various fields that prospective volunteers can be grouped, including On-Course Marshal, ShotLink (includes both walking scorer and laser operator), admissions and information, on-road transportation and on-course transportation. Individuals can register online at events.trustevent.com/index.cfm?eid=3476 or SentryTournamentofChampions.com and click volunteer. For more information, call 808-665-5413 or email Amanda Wolf at amandawolf@pgatourhq.com.



Dec. 4–Kihei Charter School will be hosting an on-campus community health night on Dec. 4 at 6 p.m. The event — a fundraiser for the Kihei Charter canoe paddling team — will feature a showing of the sports nutrition documentary “The Game Changers.” The film explores the benefits of a plant-based diet for athletes. Following the showing, there will be a question-and-answer discussion featuring a panel of local experts. There is a suggested $2 donation for the film, as well as $10 adult plates and $5 kids plates for concessions. Donations can also be made through the mobile payment service app Venmo. Payment should be made to the South Maui Learning Ohana, with “GameChangers” listed under “What’s it for?”



Jan. 16–The Maui Oceanfront Marathon’s Free Cookie Run is scheduled for Jan. 16 at Kalama Park at 8 a.m. Participants are asked to bring cookies and snacks to share, as well as wear old shoes — as they will get wet — that can be donated to the Kihei Youth Center after the event.

Jan. 19–The Maui Oceanfront Marathon is scheduled for Jan. 19, starting at 5 a.m. in Wailea and ending at Kamehameha Iki Park in Lahaina. Early starts begin at 4 a.m. and 4:40 a.m. (seniors 55 and over). The race also includes a half marathon (6:35 a.m.), 15K (6:35 a.m.) and 5K (8:30 a.m.). Event registration and number pickup is set for Jan. 17 at 2480 S. Kihei Rd #28 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and Jan. 18 at the Pioneer Inn in Lahaina from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Kamaaina, senior and military discounts are available. To register and for more information, visit runmaui.com or call 874-5588.



Today–Hawaiian Style Volleyball Club will be holding tryouts today at Seabury Hall’s Erdman Athletic Center. Tryouts, set for 2-5 p.m., are open to girls in high school interested in playing competitive club volleyball. For questions, text coach Al Paschoal at 269-4907 or email al@hawaiianstylevbc.com. For forms and more information, visit hawaiianstylevbc.ning.com.




Keoni Tengan, Department of Parks & Recreation–572-8122.



Kahana Canoe Club–463-7644.

Kihei Canoe Club–298-3307, robyn@kiheicanoeclub.com.

Lahaina Canoe Club–Mark Shimer, 870-6466.

Maui Canoe Club–879-1558.

Napili Canoe Club–Jeanne Gonzales, 281-1746.



Jack Damuni, Hawaii Junior Tackle Football League–870-1309.



Kula Ohana Gateball Club–268-3605, 876-0069 or 878-1795.



Tuesday Seniors–Dan Wittern, 344-2913.

Waiehu Junior Golf Academy–Art Rego, 244-4414.

Sunday Drivers Club–264-4007, 283-9078.



Maui Inline Hockey Association–874-5655, info@mauihockey.com.



Christian Kennedy, Carlson Gracie Brazilian Jiujitsu Academy–298-8265, ChristianKennedy@carlsongraciemaui.com.

Kiffmann’s Maui Elite Taekwondo–877-4311, kiffmanntkd@hawaii.rr.com, kiffmanntkd.com.

Maui Ki-Aikido–mauiaikido.com, 244-5165.

Reese Lee, Maui Family YMCA–242-9007.

Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan–250-3375, msbdmdk@yahoo.com.



Maui Go Kart Association–276-6681, mauigokart.com.

Maui Sports Car Club of America–mauiscca.net.

Paradise Speedway Maui stock cars–paradisespeedwaymaui.com.

Valley Isle Timing Association–281-1273, mrp.org.



Maui Association of Hawaii Basketball Officials–Nathan Kurisu, 205-8336; John Turzer, (702) 526-2005.

Maui Baseball Umpires Hui–244-7506, 344-3931.

Maui Football Officials Association–281-6481.



Maui Pickleball–Laurie Loney, pickleballmaui@gmail.com, 250-1766; Todd Richter, todd.richter@co.maui.hi.us, 866-7436; Greg Smith, mauianalysis@gmail.com, 633-6764.



Maui Polo Club–Herman DeCoite, 870-7232; mauipoloclub.com.



Maui Ranch Sorting Club–Peter Klein, 870-3605, ranchsortmauiPK@gmail.com.



Maui Rugby–Jack Breen, 344-7191.



Maui Running–mauirunning.com.

Maui Running Company–mauirunningco.com, mauirunco@gmail.com.

Run Maui–runmaui.com.

Runners Paradise Inc.–info@runnersparadiseinc.com, 280-5801.

Valley Isle Road Runners–virr.com.



National Rifle Association Pistol Courses–875-9085.



AC Maui Soccer Upcountry–344-4379, cesarrobledo@live.com.

Maui United Soccer Club–463-4414, mauiunitedsoccerclub.org.

Po’okela Soccer Club–870-1841.

Very Important Players disability team–Sheldene Hozaki, skhozaki@gmail.com; Daisha-Ann Kamalo, daishaann03@gmail.com.



Amateur Softball Association–870-0313.

East Maui Parks and Recreation Department–572-1836.

Lahaina United States Specialty Sports Association–667-6049.

Lanai Parks and Recreation Department–(808) 565-8099.

Maui United States Specialty Sports Association–877-5103.

Senior Games–877-5103.

South Maui Parks and Recreation Department–879-4533.



Special Olympics Maui–Adrienne Laurion, 281-7318, kainalu2@aol.com.



Hawaii Swim Club–385-7946, 205-8891, 244-4655.

Island Aquatics–island.aquatics@yahoo.com, 385-5332.

Lahaina Swim Club–661-7255.

Maui Aquatics–280-3275.

Maui Dolphins–876-1027.

Maui Diving Club–359-1100.

Maui Gold Swim Team–572-9186.

Maui Masters Swim Club–280-4257, swimmaui.com.

Maui Swim Club–871-4516.

Valley Isle Masters Swimmers–280-2756, mastersswimmaui.org.



Lahaina Civic Center, Eddie Tam Gym, Kahului Community Center clinics–Robin Clark, 661-1473.

Maui Table Tennis Club–mauitabletennis.webs.com, 276-0559.



Hard Naks Camps–Cody Nakamura, 280-7513; hardnaks.com.

Maui Sports Conditioning–357-1303, mauisportsconditioning.com.



Island Aquatics–island.aquatics@yahoo.com, 385-5332.


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