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Jr. Owls Basketball Clinic
Saturday, December 2
8:30am to 10:30am
Mid-Pacific Mills Gymnasium
The coaching staff and players of the Mid-Pacific Girls Basketball program are hosting a clinic for all K-6 grade Mid-Pacific students!
This is a great opportunity to meet the basketball staff, learn the proper techniques and skills necessary to build a solid foundation in the sport, and to have fun and make connections with our players.
The clinic is FREE to all Mid-Pacific students, from Kindergarten to 6th grade.
Participants will receive a Jr. Owls t-shirt, as well as some snacks after the clinic.
To register, please go to this link: https://docs.google.com/a/
Please register no later than Tuesday, November 28th to order the correct t-shirt size for your child.
All participants should wear socks and sneakers, shorts and a t-shirt, and should bring a water bottle.
Please call the Athletic Office 973-5095 with any questions, and Go OWLS!
The coaching staff and players of the Mid-Pacific Girls Volleyball program are hosting a FREE volleyball clinic for all K-6th grade Mid-Pacific students on Saturday, September 23 from 2:00-4:30pm in Mills Gym. Click here to view the flyer for more information, or call the Athletic Office with any questions at 973-5095. To register, click here and submit the form no later than September 18.Posted on September 3, 2017 7:56 AM
Here is an update from October, National Breast Cancer Awareness Month:
Mid-Pacific's baseball 'ohana stepped out in full force on October 22 at Making Strides of Hawaii's annual breast cancer walk at Ke'ehi Lagoon Beach Park. Raising over $7,800 in donations, the baseball group was the 2nd highest participating team for total donations raised - an impressive feat considering several of the other 199 teams were large corporate groups.
A total of 160 participants came out to represent the Mid-Pacific Baseball & Friends team. Players, alumni, families and friends created the largest group of walkers at Saturday's event. This was the first year the group participated under the Mid-Pacific Baseball banner. Last year, they were invited to join a team put together by a 2016 varsity player's family business, Brett Hill Construction, Inc. Subsequently, the cause hit close to home after learning that one of their own baseball 'ohana, Leni Ginoza, mother of player Aaron Ginoza '17, was diagnosed with the disease. We are thankful her cancer is now in remission. Leni notes the importance of early detection.
The entire $118,311, raised by the 2,000+ participants of this year's Making Strides of Hawaii walk, will enable the American Cancer Society to invest in groundbreaking breast cancer research, raise awareness and provide free services to those diagnosed with the disease.
Parent co-leaders, Janine Rapozo and Claire Aniya, would like to see this as an annual experience for the boys and their families. They said: "We hope the boys understand what a positive impact they made as a group ... and learn the value of giving back to the community."
College athletics has become a reality for 4 Mid-Pacific student-athletes. On November 9 - National Letter of Intent Signing Day - the following students signed:
Saige Yamada took 4th at the HHSAA State Bowling Championships, which were held on November 3 and 4 at Leeward Bowl. Her 4th-place finish is out of 100 bowlers from all over the state. Saige, a junior, bowled remarkably all season. Congratulations, Saige!