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KS Maui Homecoming

October 30, 2019

Homecoming was celebrated across the Kamehameha Schools Maui campus as part of an activity-filled week leading up to the October 4 football game against Maui Interscholastic League rival Lahainaluna at Kana‘iaupuni Stadium.

The Warriors battled to the end, but fell to the Lunas, 31-17. Photos here are courtesy of Marilyn Stupplebeen and Tiare Sanchez.

KS Maui kumu Kapika Sanchez (top left) and Lemoe Tua sport the scarlet and gold with elementary school students Kealaula (bottom left) and Waimea Palmerton during “Favorite Sport Team” day.

Elementary school haumāna call out the middle school during the K-8 rally while chanting “Eleu mākou, ‘eleu nō, ‘eleu mākou, a ‘oukou!”

Middle school haumāna display their class pride and school spirit with handmade banners.

High school haumāna flex some muscle during the “Push-up Challenge” against middle and elementary school contestants.

Varsity coaches, players and student managers come together to sing “Sons of Hawai‘i.”

Cheerleaders lock arms while leading the crowd during the alma mater.

Senior receiver Karsyn Pupunu takes one to the house with a few Lunas in pursuit.

The Warrior defense looks to stop the Luna running attack.

The homecoming court dances to the “Kamehameha Waltz” during halftime.

A KS Maui tradition, the homecoming banner parade allows classes to strut their stuff.

The senior class celebrates their last parade with a banner featuring its class color, silver, and a collage of pictures from over the years.

Seniors Maria Abihai, Mālie Watanabe and Justice-Lee Vannatta-Kapoi join in on the halftime festivities.


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