Seabury Hall claims one game, ties another

HANAPEPE — Seabury Hall scored 3 goals in the second half to wrap up their Thanksgiving weekend on Kaua‘i.

“This was our year to travel, and since the Big Island tournament was getting full, we thought it would be nice to spend the weekend in the cabins at Koke‘e,” said Michael Russell, the head coach for the Seabury Hall boys team.

Russell said the boys and girls teams alternate travel, and this year was the boys’ turn to go off-island.

Darren Fryer netted 2 second-half goals as Seabury took a 4-0 win over the Waimea High School varsity boys team at the Hanapepe fields.

“The highlight play was the breakway by Nathan Hara who got the assist on Fryer’s last goal that came in the final minute of play,” Russell said. “He passed off the ball rather than take the shot.”

Seabury opened with a goal midway through the first half as Alex Steinhower got clear for the shot that sailed past the Waimea goalie.

That gave them a 1-0 halftime lead which was broken on a penalty kick by Jordan McEntire early in the second half, setting the stage for Fryer’s back-to-back goals.

Russell said they had an opportunity to play Kaua‘i High School’s boys team to a 4-4 tie Friday.

He said the perfect way to end the trip would have been a game against Kapa‘a Sunday morning, but the Warrior team had prior commitments.

Seabury leaves with a 1-0-1 record from their Kaua‘i trip while Waimea prepares to host Kapa‘a High School for the KIF season opener Dec. 2 at Hanapepe Stadium.

Junior varsity games take place at 10 a.m. for the boys, 11:45 for the JV girls, 1:30 p.m. for the varsity boys and 3:30 p.m. for the varsity girls.

Wednesday games are varsity only starting with the girls’ game at 4 p.m. and the boys starting at 6 p.m.


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