MEDEIROS, RAIN­BOW WAHINE HOLD CLINIC FOR MAUI YOUTH

The Maui News - - SPORTS - The Maui News / CHRIS SUGIDONO photos

CLOCK­WISE FROM PHOTO ABOVE: Leialoha Medeiros, a 2017 Kame­hameha Schools Maui grad­u­ate, talks to team­mates dur­ing a free youth soc­cer clinic con­ducted by the Univer­sity of Hawaii women’s soc­cer team on Satur­day at Maui High School in Kahu­lui. Medeiros, the only Maui player cur­rently on the Rain­bow Wahine ros­ter, was last sea­son’s Maui In­ter­scholas­tic League Player of the Year. “I’m just re­ally glad I get to be a part of UH and be a role model for Hawaii kids, who might not have that same at­ten­tion,” she said. About 300 keiki par­tic­i­pated in the clinic that in­cluded wel­com­ing re­marks from Lt. Gov. Doug Chin. ◆ Seren­ity Fer­nan­dez, 9, of Maui scores a goal dur­ing a drill. ◆ Pey­ton Di­a­mond (left), 9, of Wailuku and Kadence Keo­maka, 9, of Ki­hei run to a ball. ◆ Dy­lan Kuia (left), 10, of Kahu­lui drib­bles past Ai­dan Childers, 10, of Wailuku.

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