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...

Sports Opinion: What is next for the Spartans? QB Edition

Max Flammer, Guest Writer

October 3, 2017

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With a crushing end to the season, what is the future for Seabury football? The Spartans season came to a close Sept. 21 at the hands of Lanai. With its first win ever versus the Spartans on the gridiron, Lanai faces Molokai...

Spartans drop game to Pahoa Daggers but contain offense

Max Flammer, Guest Writer

September 27, 2017

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Our Seabury Hall Spartans football team battled the Pahoa Daggers of Hawaii on the gridiron Friday, September 1 in Pahoa. The back and forth game, unfortunately, ended with a Spartans loss, of 28-16, but Seabury left a lasting...

The road to states: The Spartans hope to seek redemption at states

Jack Almeida, Staff Writer

February 9, 2017

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Seabury Hall’s boys basketball team is the number one team in the Maui Interscholastic League Division II for the eighth consecutive year. Although this has become a regular occurrence, there is a lot more riding on this season...

Seabury Hall’s girls volleyball team strived to find success in a rebuilding year

Hannah Sheveland, Staff Writer

October 27, 2016

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The Seabury Hall girls varsity volleyball team trained, sweated, and played together this season. After losing fifteen players in the last two years, this season's girls varsity volleyball team attempted to get back on their feet...

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