MIL Division II Rivalry Game
By Ke`van Dudoit
The Molokai Lady Farmers volleyball team will hit the court this weekend to take on visiting rival, Seabury Hall, in the final home matches of the season. Molokai is currently ranked no. 2 in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser top 10 poll.
For those of you who don’t know, Seabury and Molokai are rivals in all sports in division II, just like Lahainaluna and Baldwin for division I. Seabury and Molokai have evenly shared MIL division II girls volleyball championships for the past four years. Seabury has always packed their house with screaming red, white and blue fans. Well guess what? Seabury will be entering Molokai this weekend for what should be an MIL division II SHOWDOWN.
As a former 2009 student body president, I am rallying the proud supporters of Molokai to bring all the spirit that this island has for our hardworking ladies. We are talking about a green- and-white-out volleyball game, to wish the girls and the seniors much aloha for their dedication in representing out island.
So help spread the word that Friday, Sept. 24 will be a Green Out game, where we ask every fan that attends the game to wear green. On Saturday, Sept. 25, we are asking everyone to wear white for our White Out game.
For every fan that attends the game wearing its respected, requested color, they will receive a lucky number to go in a drawing to earn great prizes and gifts. The drawings will take place during timeouts and between sets for both days. You can earn an extra lucky number for brining a ti leaf to wave at each game. So if you come to both games, wear the respected colors and bring ti leaves, you will have four chances of winning.
There will be food, music, games and a special farewell ceremony for the five hardworking, dedicated seniors on Friday at the conclusion of the game. The seniors are Kalei Adolpho, Kailana Ritte-Camara, Kawena Puhi, Dohna Bicoy and Larriley (Tootie) Rawlins. So request off from work, don’t plan an event and get out to the Barn in what will be the home thriller for fall sports. Mahalo!