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Hawaii MVP: Nanakuli SoftballUPDATED 11:30 PM HST May 15, 2014Video Transcript
Last weekend was HUGE, for the Hawaii High School Athletic Association, group handing out a TON of hardware. Kamehameha's Dylan Kane won both the 100 AND 200 in boys track. In the GIRLS draw, Seabury sprinter Alyssa Bettandorf ALSO doubled-up winning the sprints. Punahou won it's THIRD straight boys volleyball crown, 32nd title overall. Hawaii Baptist won the boys D-TWO crown for the FOURTH year in a row. And Mililani's the D-2 state champs in SOFTBALL..... That's not all, Mid-Pac's Josh Terao won his record FOURTH straight JUDO title. ADD to that the program from the "Wess Side", that successfully defended it's division-two SOFTBALL state championship, they were PERFECT in 20-14, under the direction of head coach Ricky Gusman. THREE time reigning O-I-A White champs, state runner-ups in 20-12 at 11-and-6. State CHAMPIONS in 20-12 at 15-and-1, and REPEAT winners last Friday, capping an 18-and-0 season. Here's our Jahmai Webster, with the Nanakuli SOFTBALL team, our "Hawaii MVP's" this week. If any of YOU have ideas who we should feature as If any of YOU have ideas who we should feature as a Hawaii M-V-P, hit us up at K-I- T-V dot-com Koko and Paulo-Meyers along with a HOST of their Golden Hawk teammates, are playing in the "Softball Classic" on Saturday and Sunday, featuring the BEST from around the state. Shinseki Speaks.