Solana Beach CATs basketball teams win championships in Maui

Girls CATS RED: Left to right: Lilja Reynauld; Kylee Steele; Patty Monia; Mayor of Maui; Ashley Kowack; Emma Dudley; Ally Deremer; Peyton Steele. Coaches: Bob Steele, Chris Dudley, Ken Deremer.

Three Solana Beach CATs basketball teams traveled to Maui for the Maui Summer Classic Basketball Tournament.  The CATS competitive basketball league has been traveling for eight years with their 8th grade boys teams and this year traveled with three teams, including for the first time their girls 7th/8th grade team.

The trip proved to be a magical one with each team winning the championship game!  The win only became sweeter when the Mayor of Maui, Alan Arakawa, presented the game ball and awards to the teams. The location of the tournament was the historic location of the EA SPORTS Maui Invitational, where 99 colleges representing 23 conferences and 40 states have competed.

Boys CATS RED: (wearing red shorts): Left to right: Batisse Kashanchi, Jack Goedken, Jack Peterson, JT Cox, Charles Dudley, Stone Stapleton, Kirk Butler, Alex Cho, Lucas Oldham. Coaches: Drew Peterson, Chris Dudley, Bob Goedken, Scott Cox, David Corsi. CATS WHITE: (white shorts): Left to right: Dakota Miller, Jake Mendes, Dylan Rossi, Jordan Battaglia, Brendan Mason, Owen Aschieris, Devin Gaan. Coaches: David Corsi, Rob Gaan, Anthony Figura, Ernie Mendes, Jason Stewart.

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