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List of 19 news stories.

  • 3 Spartans Earn 1st Team All- Star for 8 Man Football

    First-team offense Seabury Hall’s Leo McKuin (wide receiver)

    First-team defense includes Seabury Hall’s Cody Frampton (defensive back) and Ethan Palmer (utility);
  • Micah Brighton Earns MIL Runner of the Year for Seabury

    Micah Brighton remained undefeated throughout the entire regular MIL season, including winning the MIL Championship where he also led the Spartans to a team title, and finished higher than any Maui County boy runner at the HHSAA Cross Country Championship on Kauai with a fourth-place finish.
  • Seabury Hall grad Connor grabs gold at NORCECA U23 tourney

    Seabury Hall Alumni, Ella Connor teamed with Piper Ferch, a Cal Poly teammate, won the gold medal at the inaugural North, Central America and Caribbean Volleyball Confederation U23 Beach Volleyball Tour event in the Cayman Islands in late October.

    In the women’s final, Connor and Ferch outlasted Canadians Ruby Sorra and Kaylee Glagau to win 18-21, 21-11, 22-20.
  • Hasegawa Earns Player of the Year Award for the Spartans

    Hasegawa is joined on the MIL D-II first team by Seabury Hall teammates Kekua Richards, a 6-foot-7 frontline player who is headed to Colorado State on a volleyball scholarship, and Makalani Carey.
  • Spartan Recap 10-28-22

    The Seabury Hall boys cross country takes home the Division II state runner-up trophy!

    Micah Brighton, the MIL boys individual champion, ran a time of 16 minutes, 49.35 seconds on the 5-kilometer course Saturday.

    In addition to Brighton, Seabury’s other scoring runners were Kayden Volner (24th overall, 17:37.47), Sage Ryden (34th, 17:53.99), Martin Parraguez (52nd, 18:16.68) and Finn Hensley (75th, 18:37.85).

    On the girls side, Prianna Dugied was the top female Maui Interscholastic League finisher at 20th place.
  • Spartan Recap 10-24-22

    Micah Brighton '25 Wins MIL Boys Cross Country Championship. The Division-II Seabury squad took the overall MIL title with 24 points by placing six runners in the top 11 spots.
  • Spartan Weekend Recap 09-17-22

    Spartans Football Falls Against Farmers 64-20

    MIL 8-PLAYER FOOTBALL
    STANDINGS
    W L Pct PF PA
    Molokai 2 0 1.000 105 26
    Lanai 2 1 .667 66 85
    Seabury Hall 1 2 .333 106 114
    Hana 0 2 .000 26 78


    Volleyball Wins in 4 Sets Against Hana Dragons

    DIVISION II STANDINGS
    W L Pct. GB
    Lanai 6 0 1.000 —
    Seabury Hall 5 0 1.000 1⁄2
    Hana 5 2 .714 1-1⁄2
    Maui Prep 4 3 .571 2-1⁄2
    Molokai 2 6 .250 5
    St. Anthony 1 6 .143 5-1⁄2
    Haleakala Waldorf 0 6 .000 6
  • Spartan Weekend Recap 9-10-22

  • Spartan Weekend Recap 9-3-22

    Athletics update for September 3rd, 2022

    Spartans Football is Back and wins 54-14 over Hana

    MIL Air Riflery Meet No. 2-
    Boys take 4th- top shooter Brandon Yu 81-70-83–234
    Girls take 5th- top shooter Agustina Hunziker 75-68-84–227
  • Spartan Weekend 8-27-22

    Athletics update for August 21-27, 2022

    Girls JV Volleyball dominates Maui Preparatory Friday night at the Bozich Center 25-15, 25-8
     
    The Varsity girls team beat the Pueos of Maui Preparatory in 4 sets - 25-14, 11-25, 25-19, 25-11. 
     
    Cross Country Boys Team Places First Overall in MIL Meet #1
  • Three Spartans sign their National Letters of Intent!

    Signing day was a busy one on the campus of Seabury Hall as three of our most decorated Seniors, Nikki Fernando, Kaylee Volner, and Pio Tu’ivai all signed their National Letters of Intent to compete at the collegiate level.  Nikki will be playing tennis at Rhode Island University, Kaylee will run cross country at Santa Clara University, and Pio will play basketball at Western Oregon University.  We are so proud of each of these amazing and talented student-athletes and congratulate them all on this very special day.
  • Seabury sports teams keep on rolling!

    In case you missed it, here is a quick recap of the recent Seabury sports events: 
     
    1. All 4 cross country girls placed in the top 10 in the meet at King Kekaulike as Layne Millen won her first MIL meet.
    2. Boys cross country placed 2nd at King Kekaulike as Jacob Romero took 2nd overall and Micah Brighton finished 4th overall.
    3. Kaylee Volner took 1st overall at the Michael Doran Invitational cross country meet at Kalani High School.  Her final margin of victory was by over 30 seconds over her nearest competitor.
    4. Girls varsity volleyball team beat St. Anthony on Tuesday in 3 sets and beat Kamehameha in 4 very competitive sets.
    5. Girls JV volleyball beat Kamehameha in 3 tough sets.
    6. Air Riflery girls placed 7th at their first MIL meet while the boys finished 8th.
     
    Congratulations to all teams!!!  Keep up the good work and Go Spartans!!!
       
  • MIL Sports are Back!!!

    It was a busy weekend (10/17/21) for our Spartan athletic teams as the MIL has resumed competition for the first time since the spring of 2020.  Here are some of the highlights from the first weekend of MIL action:

    1. Girls Volleyball wins both matches against rival Molokai at the barn.
             Match 1: SEABURY    25      25     25
             MOLOKAI     13      21     22
     
             Match 2:  SEABURY   25     25   19     25   
             MOLOKAI   19     20    25     18

    1. Girls Cross Country dominates the first meet of their season.
    Kaylee Volner - 1st
    Layne Millen - 3rd
    Rylee Stout - 5th
    Kayla Bush - 6th
    Sunny Barresi - 21st

    1. Boys Cross Country places 2nd in their first race with a team comprised of freshmen only.
    Jacob Romero - 3rd
    Micah Brighton - 4th
    Sage Ryden - 7th
    Bazel Potratz - 11th
    Noa Donohue - 20th
    Zach Bush - 21st
     
    Great job Spartans!!!
  • Ella Connor

    Ella Connor Signs National Letter of Intent

    On November 19, 2020, Ella Connor signed a National Letter of Intent to play Division 1 college beach volleyball at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo under legendary coach Todd Rogers, a former professional beach volleyball player and gold medalist in the 2008 Summer Olympic games.  

    Earning a college scholarship at any collegiate level is a tremendous accomplishment, but to earn one at the Division 1 level is truly noteworthy and special. In fact, according to our records, in our school’s history of over 50 years Seabury Hall has had only four girls earn Division 1 scholarships for volleyball prior to Ella. These included Shayla Hoeft and Amy Ozee in 2106, Lecca Roberts in 2004, and, Kaimana Brummel in 2003, the first girl from Maui to receive a D1 volleyball scholarship straight out of high school.  

    Over the course of the last 3 years in the program, Ella has established herself as the top overall female player in the MIL and joins those legends listed above as one of the all-time greats in our school's history. On behalf of the Seabury Hall athletic department, we wish her nothing but the best of luck in her future as she takes her game to the next level. Congratulations Ella!!!
  • After School Athletic Opportunities

    CrossFit Classes: With Melissa Rajesh
    Mondays and Wednesdays 3:30 to 4:30
    Bring workout clothes, shoes, water bottle, towel

    Yoga Classes: with Melissa Rajesh
    Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30 to 4:30
    Bring workout clothes, yoga mat, water bottle, towel  

    Upper School Cross Country Club practices: with Coach Bobby Grossman
    Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30 to 4:30
    Bring workout clothes, shoes, water bottle, towel

    Middle School Cross Country Club practices: with Coach Paul Romero
    Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays 3:30 to 4:30
    Bring workout clothes, shoes, water bottle, towel  

    Contact Coach Prather at: sprather@seaburyhall.org if you have any questions.
  • Seabury Hall Athletics Update

    Seabury Hall Athletics Update 3/20/20
     
    1) All MIL games, matches and competitions are currently suspended until further notice.
     
    2) All practices league-wide have been suspended until further notice.  
     
    3) The MIL AD Council will meet weekly throughout this process and will continue to monitor and re-evaluate the situation to determine what to do next.
     
    4) If and when it has been determined that it is safe to resume practices, there will be a minimum of 10 days before any games or competitions can take place.
     
    Take care and stay safe,
    Seabury Hall Athletic Department
  • Boys Cross Country Team Take State Title, Girls finish Second

    The boys cross country team won their 3rd ever State Championship over the weekend and the girls team took 2nd in front of a several fans and spectators on the campus of Seabury Hall.   Ka’eo Keomaka led the way for the boys finishing 24th, followed closely by Cole Davidson (26th), Kai Merrill (27th), Gabe Frampton (39th), and Parker Churchill (52nd). The girls were led by Kaylee Volner who finished 2nd overall, followed by Kallalei Ryden (10th), Prianna Dugied (22nd), Rio Imperato (34th), and Lily McLeod (72nd) overall. Congratulations to both teams on their excellent seasons!!!
  • Boys Cross Country Team

    Cross Country Teams Ready for States

    Both the Seabury Hall boys and girls cross country teams had very successful showings at the MIL Championships today. The boys finished second overall with a score of 39 points and the girls won with a score of 20 points! Kai Merrill lead the boys with a 4th place finish while Ka’eo Keomaka finished 6th, Colton Baldwin finished 7th, Gabe Frampton finished 10th, and Louie Smith finished 12th. For the girls, Kallalei was the overall winner followed by Kaylee Volner’s 2nd place finish, Rio Imperato was 4th, Prianna Dugied was 5th, and Elly Swartz finished 8th. Good luck at States!
  • Girls Volleyball Team Wins MIL

    Girls Volleyball Team wins MIL Title, finishes 4th at State

    The Seabury Hall girls completed an undefeated regular season as it won another MIL Division 2 Title when they defeated a very strong Hana team in 3 sets on Friday, October 18. Their run of excellence continued at the State Tournament as they defeated OIA powerhouse McKinley in 5 sets in the quarterfinals before ultimately losing to eventual champion Damien in a 5-set thriller in the semifinals. Ella Connor was named to the All-Tournament Team for her efforts. Great job Team!!!
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