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Busy spring Saturday: Morning MIL rundown
April 19, 2014 - Robert Collias
A busy week in the Maui Interscholastic League comes to an end with a busy Saturday today.
— Individual MIL tennis crowns are on the line this morning at the Royal Lahaina Tennis Ranch, beginning at 10 a.m.
— Baldwin's Justin Ngan and Kimberlie Miyamoto can finish off wire-to-wire wins in MIL individual golf that finishes today at the Kaanapali Kai Course.
— A four-way tie is a very real possibility in MIL D-II softball, a five-team league.
— Hana continues to roll through MIL boys volleyball. King Kekaulike can clinch a state berth in D-I with a win tonight against Maui High, a match I will be at.
— And MIL baseball is nearing the regular-season finish line. Theree have been four home runs leave Maehara Stadium this season and two of them belong to Maui High's Cody Medeiros. The MIL baseball tournaments in two weeks should be fun to watch.
My day, you ask?
I will be at a Lahainaluna-Baldwin playoff girls water polo match at Kamehameha Maui pool at 10 a.m. with the regular-season title and a state berth on the line.
After that, it is off to the history-making first MIL surfing championships at Hookipa Beach Park — the first high school surfing championship meet in the world will have finals around 1 p.m., I'm told.
My night ends with the above-mentioned volleyball match.
Of course, we will be covering all of the above. Pick up Sunday's paper, the sports section alone will be worth it.
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