Baseball
Senior All-Star Game set for Saturday at Joey De Sa Field


The Chace Numata Senior All-Star baseball game pitting recent high school graduates will be played 1 p.m. Saturday at Joey De Sa Field.

The game will feature recent graduating seniors from the Interscholastic League of Honolulu and Oahu Interscholastic Association. The teams will be called the Hawaiian All-Stars and the Aloha All-Stars.

The game is organized by Farrington baseball coach and scout Eric Tokunaga. He founded a similar type game called the Sugar Mill Classic in 1999 at Hans L'Orange Park.

The game is named in honor for 2010 Pearl City High graduate Chace Numata, who died from injuries from a skakeboarding accident in 2019, when he was playing for the Detroit Tigers' Double-A affiliate, the Erie (Pennsylvania) Sea Wolves.. He was a 10-year minor-league player with three organizations. He was drafted in the 14th round by the Philadelphia Phillies upn graduating from Pearl City.

Rosters:

Hawaiian All-Stars

Hunter Hirayama, Saint Louis

Jayden Pieper, Saint Louis

Shaydan Lovediro, Kamehameha

Brayden Hiraki, Iolani

Aisea Ahokovi, Iolani

Lee Matsuzaki, Mid-Pacific

Mackenzie Higuchi, Mid-Pacific

Jeremiah Lono, Kapolei

Lee Hao, Kapolei

Jahshua Yacapin, Kapolei

Keala Tom, Maryknoll

Peyton Hino, Maryknoll

Eric Bell, Waialua

Koby Moananu, Kaimuki

Noah Takayama, Waipahu

Laakea Anders, Campbell

Ty Stevens, Campbell

Sy Stevens, Campbell

Tui Eckles, Kamehameha

Aloha All-Stars

DJ Akiyama, Aiea

Jordan Cezar, Aiea

Hunter Sasaki, Leilehua

Ty Yukumoto, Leilehua

Anu Reis, Mililani

Micah Zeller, Pearl City

Joshua Aribal, Pearl City

Branden Chun Ming, Kaiser

Ryan Wroe,Kaiser

Brock Perreira, Kaiser

Jace Tsutomi, Kalani

Tyrus Viela, Kalani

Ehu Sanchez, Farrington

Jayden Soriana, Farrington

Landon Furukawa, Farrington

Kai Keamo, Farrington

Kody Pilor, Farrington

Chad Owens Jr., Moanalua

Dean Foster, Roosevelt

Zachary Tanabe, Roosevelt

Players invited but are unable to play because of injuries or prior committments (graduation, mainland trips)

Rylen Burigsay (Punahou), Reece Arakaki (PAC-5), Casey Kitagawa (Kamehameha), Lucas Strombaugh (Maryknoll(, Caleb Lomavita (Saint Louis), Tommy Tereschuk (Radford), Kaden Stremick (Kalani), Brandon Ting (Kalani), Hunter Faildo (Mililani), Ryan Murao (Farrington), Reece Carganilla (Farrington).





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