The Seabury Hall girls basketball team captured the 2019 MIL championship by defeating Lana’i in the championship game of the Division II MIL tournament- hosted by Lana’i - 46 to 24 to cap an undefeated season. They now move on to chase a state championship at the HHSAA girls basketball tournament starting Wednesday, February 6th on O’ahu.
The Seabury Hall girls soccer team finished the season on a high note by defeating Lahainaluna High School 6 - 0 and earning another Division II MIL championship. The lady Spartans now move onto the first round of the HHSAA state soccer tournament at Waipio Soccer Complex where they will face Kapaa on Wednesday, January 31st at 3:00 PM.
The Seabury Hall paddling teams added to their storied history by capturing MIL championships in boys paddling and mixed paddling while finishing second in girls paddling respectively. All three teams will now advance to the HHSAA Canoe Paddling championships on February 2nd at Keehi Lagoon on O’ahu.
The Seabury Hall boys soccer team captured the 2019 MIL championship in Division II and now will move on to the HHSAA state tournament beginning on Wednesday, February 7th at Waipio Soccer Complex on O’ahu.
Both the Seabury Hall boys and girls cross country teams captured state runner-up honors at the HHSAA Cross Country championships held at Oahu's central regional park this past weekend. Leading the way for the boy's team was Cole Davidson who finished 15th overall. On the girls side, Chloe Gangnath crushed the competition finishing first by the largest margin of victory ever--almost 50 seconds--to take the individual overall state title. GO SPARTANS!!!
They say good things come in 3's and this past weekend (10/20/18) Spartan athletes surely confirmed that old adage by capturing 3 MIL championships!!! The momentous weekend started with the girls volleyball team defeating Hana 3-0 for the MIL crown at "The Barn" on Molokai and culminated on Saturday with the boys and girls cross country teams pulling the double MIL championship right around the corner at King Kekaulike. All three teams now move on to the state championships on Oahu this weekend. GO SPARTANS!!!