Prior to the intrasquad scrimmage, a faculty team that included
women's volleyball coach Tita Ahuna and Rev. Dale Burke lost
to the Intramural champions 15-12. Some of the faculty were
still reeling from an earlier 17-4 loss to the Associated Students
of HPU All-Stars.
Athletes from every sport were on hand to represent their team
in the athletes' costume contest, won by the "Laundry Basket,"
freshman Keli Ching of the soccer team. "It just came to me
one day," said Ching. Brandon Lee, Spirit Club coordinator,
dressed as a Hawaiian Hula dancer won the student contest.
Sophomore Brent Erickson of the baseball team won the free
throw contest, making 15 in 30 seconds, while teammate Sean
Paiua Jr. won the three-point contest. Four students were given
t-shirts for competing in a dance contest. Prizes were donated
by ASHPU and teams.
The evening, organized by Liz Tiglao and Heather Hubbard of
Student Life, started outdoors with 15 trick-or-treat booths,
games, food, music and more. The HPU cheerleaders won the best
booth contest. "It's a new tradition," said Lee.