Having a volleyball match scheduled on Saturday finally allowed me to capture the action at a JV girls volleyball game for the first (and probably only) time all season.
|Left to Right: #18 Kamalani Twiggs, #8 Kalei Steele, #15 Kaile Stockham, #5 Kristina Jan, |
#14 Kaihi Kalilikane, #1 Tobie Bonifacio, #13 Jamie Rosenberry, #2 Kim Yap
My schedule on Saturday was really tight – Cross Country in Wailuku from 9:00am to 10:30am, quick breakfast, then drive up from Wailuku at 11:30am to get to the Kamehameha Schools Maui campus by 12:00pm. This would allow me to get shots of individual players during warm-ups prior to the 12:30pm start. The varsity girls would follow at 2:00pm, but I would only have time to catch the first set, as I wanted to head back down to Wailuku, grab a quick lunch and change of clothes, before heading to the War Memorial Stadium at 3:30pm to catch the JV football boys’ warm-up prior to their 4:30pm game against Kamehameha Schools Maui. Then I’d be there until at least 9:30 -10:00 pm to get the varsity game. A full day indeed! I don’t mind - taking pictures has become a source of stress relief for me from my full-time job as an attorney.
|Kim Yap and Jamie Rosenberry smile for the camera,|
wearing a team t-shirt designed and sold by Pacific Tapa
One of the better JV players, Lithe Pokipala-Waiohu, was not present at this match – I assume she was playing softball on