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Statistics for Lahainaluna graduate Hercules Mata’afa of the Minnesota Vikings: HERCULES MATA‘AFA, VIKINGS SUNDAY: 1 tackle in season-opening loss to Packers.

Coach Speak: Lau Hee has grown up with KS Maui baseball

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His given first name is Kaeo, but he is known to all as “Mo.” To the Kamehameha Schools Maui baseball team, he is Coach Mo and it is easy to make the case that Mo Lau Hee has grown up with the Warriors program. He was a member of the original graduating class at Kamehameha Maui in 2006 ...

Grove falls via first-round TKO

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Maui’s Kendall Grove lost his fight at the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship 12 card on Friday night in Daytona Beach, Fla., via a technical knockout by Hector Lombard just 1 minutes, 50 seconds into the first round. Grove fell to 25-21 in his professional fighting career, which includes ...

Sports Bulletin Board

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EDITOR’S NOTE: The Sports Bulletin Board is published in the Weekender. 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. DIRECTORY • BADMINTON Keoni Tengan, Department of Parks & ...

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Statistics for Baldwin graduate Kurt Suzuki of the Washington Nationals: _______________ KURT SUZUKI FRIDAY: Did not play SEASON: 24-85 (.282), 10 RBIs, 12 runs, 1 HR.

Grove ready for bare knuckle fight Friday in Florida

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Kendall Grove had just arrived in Daytona Beach, Fla., and finished a run on Tuesday in preparation for his Friday bout against Hector Lombard. He was out of breath, but ready to roll for the 46th bout of his professional career, this time in Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship 12. At 37 ...

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Statistics for Baldwin graduate Kurt Suzuki of the Washington Nationals: TUESDAY: 0-3 SEASON: 24-85 (.282), 10 RBIs, 12 runs, 1 HR.

Scherzer cools off Rays, Nats win 6-1; Suzuki smacks 3 hits

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WASHINGTON — For one night in this dud of a season for Washington, the defending World Series champion Nationals looked like themselves — getting a solid start from Max Scherzer, timely hitting and crisp defense. That they did it with recently signed utilityman Brock Holt batting third ...

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Statistics for Baldwin graduate Kurt Suzuki of the Washington Nationals: KURT SUZUKI SATURDAY: 1-4, Run, 2 RBIs; RBI grondout in first, RBI double in ninth. SUNDAY: Did not play SEASON: 21-78 (.269), 9 RBIs, 11 runs, 1 HR.

Alejado a driving force behind Lanai football

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The Lanai High School eight-player football program has grown into a family affair while being embraced by the tiny island community, and Sid Alejado has been there every step of the way. The Pine Lads have seen Pop Warner and flag football contribute to the high school program that ...

Valley Isle Sports In Brief

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Haiku’s Siphers has hole-in-one at Kahili Ryan Siphers of Haiku recorded a hole-in-one on Aug. 23 at Kahili Golf Course. Siphers aced the No. 8 hole from 134 yards using a 9 iron. The shot was witnessed by Rob Hartley, Chip Pie and Dixie Fairbanks. O’Reilly of Lahaina aces No. 13 at ...

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Statistics for Baldwin graduate Kurt Suzuki of the Washington Nationals: KURT SUZUKI FRIDAY: Game 1: Did not play. Game 2: 1-3, BB, 2 runs, 2B. Doubled to left, scored in 3rd inning; walked, scored in 7th. SEASON: 20-74 (.270), 7 RBIs, 10 runs, 1 HR.

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Statistics for Baldwin graduate Kurt Suzuki of the Washington Nationals: THURSDAY: 0-4, BB. Walked in 10th inning; career-best hitting streak ends at 12 games. SEASON: 19-71 (.268), 7 RBIs, 8 runs, 1 HR.

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Statistics for Baldwin graduate Kurt Suzuki of the Washington Nationals: WEDNESDAY: 1-4, 2B. Doubled to deep left in 9th inning, extending career-best hitting streak to 12 games. SEASON: 19-67 (.284), 7 RBIs, 8 runs, 1 HR.

Players end one season, look forward to another

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One youth baseball season finished its low-key run Monday afternoon at Maui High School field, successfully surviving the COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions that came with it. Now, another league is registering players with hopes of mirroring the run of its predecessor. The final score ...

From Maui to the Majors

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Statistics for Baldwin graduate Kurt Suzuki of the Washington Nationals: TUESDAY: Did not play. SEASON: 18-63 (.286), 7 RBIs, 8 runs, 1 HR.

From Maui to the Majors

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Statistics for Baldwin graduate Kurt Suzuki of the Washington Nationals: MONDAY: Did not play. SEASON: 18-63 (.286), 7 RBIs, 8 runs, 1 HR.