Keiki be bashin’

  • Chance Kuhlmann, Nathan Haraguchi, No‘e Brede

  • Bob Makahilihila, Kaecen Velez, Kamahoe Manaois, Denali McGuire, Colby Makahie, Jacob Balduc

  • Angel Santiago, Ronnie Dotario

  • Kamahao Kaho‘ohalahala, Kua‘aina Kaho‘ohalahala, Kili Williams, Joshua Kaleiohi, Kamehana Kaho‘ohalahala, Taedyn ‘Harper’ Akasaki

  • Letisha Pancho

  • Landon Vegas, Kailea Itamura, Tihani Itamura, Jacoby Dotario

  • Angie Bayez, Raymond Lyons, Shannon Sheldon, Kaytin Bayez - Maui

  • Cody Antone, Chelsey Dawson, Nicole Shigeta, Jake Shigeta, Richard Shigeta, Luke Shigeta, Colton Zellmer, British Dawson - Kailua, Oahu

  • David Sheldon, Jaelen Shimabuku, Jene Velez - Maui

  • Kaikanoa Ka‘ahanui, Kamahoi Ka‘ahanui - Maui

Bradley Chiba, president of the Lihue Baseball League, and his committee of volunteers led the hosting of the traditional Da Bash baseball tournament that wrapped up Monday at the Lihue County Park.

The annual tournament featured 22 teams in the Mustang and Bronco divisions, including teams from Hanapepe, Kalawai, and Kapaa joining teams from off-island, including Maui and Oahu for an opportunity to play each other as well as build friendships and relationships through the game of baseball.

A potluck lu‘au midway through the tournament catalyzed the networking along with the food booth and tent offering tournament wear.

Play started Thursday evening and wrapped up Monday afternoon with the division championships.

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