The Seabury Hall boys soccer team got both its goals from Jeatherai Paner-Rietow and claimed sole possession of first place in the Maui Interscholastic League Division II standings by defeating Hana 2-1 on Saturday in Hana.
Paner-Rietow broke a 1-1 tie with his goal in the 78th minute as the Spartans improved to 3-4-0. Paner-Rietow had also scored the game's first goal, in the 32nd minute.
Paner-Rietow finished with four goals in Seabury's weekend sweep of Hana.
Pahu Kanakaole of Hana High School attempts a bicycle kick during the Dragons’ 2-1 loss to Seabury Hall on Saturday in Hana.
RICHARD YOUNG photo
Pahu Kanakaole scored in the 44th minute for the Dragons (2-10-0).
* SEABURY HALL GIRLS 2, HANA 0: At Hana, Liloa Akoi and Samantha Turbeville scored for Seabury Hall (2-8-1), which earned a split of its weekend trip to East Maui.
Turbeville scored in the 29th minute, and Akoi in the 69th.
|Seabury Hall 2, Hana 1|
|St. Anthony at Maui High, 4 p.m.|
|Lahainaluna at Kamehameha Maui, 7 p.m.|
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Seabury Hall 2, Hana 0
Maui High 1, Baldwin 0
Seabury Hall at Maui High, 4 p.m.
Lahainaluna at Kamehameha Maui, 5:30 p.m.
The Dragons (3-9-0), who lead the MIL D-II standings, got their goal from Zoe Elder in the 39th minute.
* MAUI HIGH GIRLS 1, BALDWIN 0: At Kahului, Sariah Kamalani scored the lone goal of the game, off an assist from Mary-Lynn Johannes in the 43rd minute, as Maui High extended its unbeaten streak to eight matches and improved to 6-1-2.
Baldwin dropped to 9-3-1.