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2nd Chace Numata Senior All-Star game set for Monday




The second annual Chace Numata Senior All-Star Game is set for 1 p.m. Monday at Joey DeSa Field.

The game, which features recent graduating seniors, is named for Chace Numata, who died of injuries from a skateboarding accident in 2019 in Erie, Pennsylvania, where he played for the Detroit Tigers' Double-A affiliate. Numata was an all-state player for Pearl City High School in 2010. He was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies that year.

The game will be composed of the Aloha Stars and the Hawaiian Stars. The Aloha Stars will be coached by Pal Eldredge, David "Boy" Eldredge, Duane Eldredge and Brian Souza. The Hawaiian Stars will be coached by former big leaguer Lenn Sakata, former University of Hawaii great Derek Tatsuno and Chester Wilson.

At 12:15 p.m., there will be the inaugural Chace Numata "Pop Time Showdown," which is sponsored by SportStan. Catchers will be timed on their throw from home plate to second base. The player with the best time will win a catcher's mitt from SportStan, which also will sponsor a Player of the Game award.

Players from every league in the state will be represented.

Here are the rosters:

Aloha Stars

Aiva Arquette, Saint Louis

Chance Otsuka, Mid-Pacific

Kahiau Schenk, Saint Louis

Noah Hata, Maryknoll

Cody Kashimoto, Punahou

Nuu Contrades, Saint Louis

Justin Tsukada, Punahou

Peter Papalardo, Damien

Anson Lazaro, Waimea

Zachary Dando, Maui

Beau Sylvester, Kamehameha

Miles Quemuel-Labrador, Maryknoll

Lawa Ah Yat, Damien

Keoni Painter, Kamehameha-Maui

Kaikea Harrison, Punahou

Hunter Belmodis, PAC-5

Xander Sielken, Saint Louis

Cade Terada-Herzer, Punahou

Justin Birch, Honokaa

Kodey Shojinaga, Mid-Pacific

Karter Wong, Mid-Pacific

Hawaiian Stars

Dylan Honda, Waiakea

Ryson Ujimori, Aiea

Christian Chinen, Kalani

Mason Hirata, Waiakea

Wyatt Lizama, Castle

Wehiwa Aloy, Baldwin

Jayden Flores, Campbell

Dylan Weddle, Kalani

Xaige Lancaster, Hilo

Keahi Ah Sui, Nanakuli

Devin Hayashi, Pearl City

Austin "Coop" Taniguchi, Roosevelt

Dacoda Agoto, Pearl City

Raine Yoshida, Aiea

Wailele Kane-Yates, Kauai

Hekili Robello, Hilo

Zen Staszkow, Mililani

Chysen "Koa" Manintin, Kapaa

Orion Medeiros, Kailua

Kedren Kinzie, Waiakea

Taven Hathaway, Moanalua





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