Evangelista added, “Every game
is a learning experience, so like in life we are learning how to deal
with of ups and downs of life.”
Pacheco echoed Evangelista’s comments.
level of competition is a lot higher over here than what we experience
on the Big Island. When we got here (in Honolulu) we knew we had a
challenge because we only play teams from the West side of our island so
we miss out on playing a wide variety of competitors,” Pacheco said.
of the teams that we played in this tournament competed at a higher
skill level all season. So we were kinda at a disadvantage because we
hadn’t played harder schools and that were our weakness,” Pacheco said.Division II Results »
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