Third Chace Numata Senior All-Star Game set for Saturday

The third annual Chace Numata Senior All-Star Game will be played 11 a.m. Saturday at Joey DeSa Field.

The game is played in the memory of Chace Numata, an all-state player for Pearl City in 2010. He was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies that year, but he died in a skateboarding accident in 2019 in Erie, Pennsylvania, where he was playing for the Erie Seawolves, the Detroit Tigers Double-A affiliate.

The participants are recent graduates or in some cases, graduating later in the day.

Pregame festivities begin at 10 a.m. Once again, there will be a "pop-time" catchers' contest with the winner getting a mitt from SportsStan.

Here are the rosters:

Aloha Stars

Caleb Hedani, Maryknoll
Trent Ilhe, Iolani
Aydan Lobetos, Kamehameha-Kapalama
Brock Makishima, Iolani
Chris Mata, Maui
Donnie Miller, Waipahu
Trent Nagamine, Punahou
Caleb Okada, Kamehameha-Kapalama
Ryder Okimoto, Saint Louis
Jamieson Pabalan, Damien
Ace Perry, Pac-Five
Ezekiel Ribuca, Saint Louis
Jonah Richardson, Maui
Dillon Shim, Waipahu
Nolan Souza, Punahou
Kai Tokumaru, Mid-Pacific Institute
Phoenix Torres, Waipahu
Jacob Villacorte, Saint Louis
Nathaniel Wagner, Mid-Pacific
Ethan Waikiki, Kamehameha-Kapalama

Coaches: Chester Wilson, Galen Kitamura

Hawaiian Stars

Kuhio Aloy, Baldwin
Drew Boyles, Pearl City
Ridge Choy, Campbell
Jase Fujikawa, Kalani
Calvin Hawes, Mililani
Austin Jackson-Anderson, Waianae
Tyton Kauhi, Kailua
Shayde Koga, Moanalua
Kanoa Morisaki, Kaiser
Cade Nagamine, Farrington
Caden Noble, Radford
Eli Oshiro, Pearl City
Logan Ouchi, Kalani
Loren Owan, Leilehua
Alex Shiroma, Farrington
Koen Smith, Moanalua
Zechariah Takahashi, Pearl City
Bryden Takayama, Leilehua
Gemini Vendiola, Kahuku

Coaches: Ronald Nomura, Reid Nomura, Rick Nomura

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