A new school and a new sport for senior Taysia Pimentel

Leah McGregor, Staff Writer

May 17, 2018

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Over the last eleven years, senior Taysia Pimentel has grown to become very passionate about paddling. Pimentel has put countless hours into this sport during the school year and during summer vacations. She has been driven by...

Seabury’s golfers reflect on their rhythm in a record-breaking season

Ashton Kubo, Staff Writer

May 17, 2018

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As the year comes to a close for most Seabury Hall students, an important journey recently happened the boys golf team as they traveled to Turtle Bay on Oahu for the David S. Ishii Foundation Golf State Championships at for the...

Seabury Hall to Seattle University: Senior Isaiah Payne wants to take track to the next level

Lea Stuart, Staff Writer

May 17, 2018

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Seabury Hall’s track and basketball player Isaiah Payne has experienced the peaks of success to the valleys of setbacks in his athletic career. Payne has already had many athletic achievements, but he looks forward to accomplishing...

Seabury’s boys track team looks to outrun their opponents for seasons to come

Max Flammer, Staff Writer

May 15, 2018

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The 2018 season for Seabury Hall's boys track team will be labeled as a success. The team reached heights it has not reached in many years, such as their relay team qualifying for the state tournament in Honolulu. Looking back...

Opinion: Ahoy, MIL: Time to set sail for a new horizon with sailing

Kai Ponting, Staff Writer

May 15, 2018

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People often have large misconceptions about the sport of sailing. When I tell people that I sail, most people either ask me if I kitesurf or windsurf, or they exclaim that they did not know that sailing dinghies and keelboats...

Sports Opinion: Max’s Picks: Mock NFL Draft Picks

Max Flammer, Staff Writer

April 26, 2018

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Disclaimer: These picks are as if I were the GM. I tried not to select the obvious pick for each selection. I think Barkley will go number two, and that the Broncos will not take a QB, but for pure chaos, I am going to make pi...

Super Sunday: The Tides’ preview of Super Bowl LII

Max Flammer, Staff Writer

February 3, 2018

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After 18 treacherous weeks, the best teams from each conference square up against each other this Sunday. As the majority of people know by now, the Philadelphia Eagles will be taking on the Patriots of New England this Sunday...

Seabury Hall’s new gym renovations excite many

Veronica Winham, Assistant Editor

October 6, 2017

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The Seabury Hall gym is currently undergoing renovations by Castaway Hawaii. The company started in May and are projected to finish in approximately five weeks, as they have many restoration projects left to accomplish. Several...

Senior athletes receive special recognition at Senior Night

Kathryn James, Staff Writer

October 5, 2017

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On Friday night, the senior athletes who participated in fall sports were honored at Senior Night, which followed the varsity girls volleyball game against Haleakala Waldorf. The night kicked off with tailgating at the football...

Seabury Hall’s girls cross country team races towards the ending of an undefeated season

Erica Pilotin, Staff Writer

October 5, 2017

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On September 30, the Seabury Hall Girls Cross Country team crushed the competition by having nine girls in the top 12 finishers at the MIL race held on the campus of Kamehameha Schools Maui in Pukalani. The Spartans finished...

Sports Opinion: What type of offense will the Spartans use next year?

Max Flammer, Guest Writer

October 3, 2017

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With a plethora of seniors gone, including their QB, HB, C and a few more glue guys, what is the offensive approach? As I mentioned in a previous column, the Spartans have basically lost the majority of their offense with Jack...

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