Over 250 players converge on Kalaheo

  • Dalen Delanoza, Kobe Perez Aguilar

  • Kysen Yamashita, Michael Linnell, Skyleigh Gonsalves

  • Vincent Padin, Caleb Ito, Shayde Salazar, Skyler Rego, Kyran Luis

  • Kerry Niitani - Ewa Beach, Eric Tanigawa - Aiea, Lon Tanigawa - Pearl City, Allan Tanigawa - Nu‘uanu

  • Seth Blackmer, Aiwa Brun, Ryan dela Pena, Christian Domingues, Shana Oyama, Luke dela Pena

  • Bronson Fermahin, Brody Ah Sam, Slade Maze, Cruz Moniz

  • Braxtyn Timas, Creightyn Timas, Karsen Johnsten-Castillo, Tresyn Timas - Mililani, Oahu

  • Nash Colburn, Noah Dela Pena, Jai Domingues

  • Trini Horner, Jamie Horner

  • Shylah Kaohi, Jaidalyn Cummings, Lila Morris-Nelsen

More than 250 keiki between the ages of 6 and 9 were on the field during the Seventh annual Kalawai Youth Baseball Club’s Martin Luther King goodwill baseball tournament at Kalawai Park in Kalaheo.

Michael Linnell, president of the Kalawai Youth Baseball Club, said the tournament is a goodwill tournament, which means there are no winners among the field of 22 teams that included six teams (and their respective accompanying parents) from Oahu. Teams participating, including those from the different baseball programs like Little League, Cal Ripkin and Protect Our Nation’s Youth, got to play a minimum of five games over the three-day tournament.

Fundraising prize drawings, a homerun derby, tournament memorabilia, and good food like the Sunday special pasteles dioja, helped benefit the Kalawai Youth Baseball Club.

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