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Congratulations to Coach Gerald Oda & the 2018 Little League World Champions. Your entire journey uplifted the State of Hawaii during a time when a major hurricane was barreling toward the islands. Way to go Boys, you made all of Hawaii proud!


PHOTOS: HONOLULU LITTLE LEAGUE CHAMPIONS RETURN TO LEI, FANFARE

(Images: Hawaii News Now)
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

The Honolulu Little League team received a hero's welcome Monday at Honolulu's airport.

The world champs returned on Monday afternoon to a crowd of cheering fans that included friends, family and a few city and state officials.

Gov. David Ige and Mayor Kirk Caldwell were among those present at the team's welcome, and the boys were showered with leis, Zippy's plate lunches and signs of encouragement. 

The team says the experience of winning an undefeated little league season isn't one they'll soon forget, and each player has a highlight of his own.

"(Mine was) probably the last strike I threw to that kid and throwing my glove up in the air and hugging my teammates," said Ka'olu Holt, the team's pitcher.

Another Honolulu pitcher, Aukai Kea, said his favorite part of the whirlwind championship was meeting new people.

"(My favorite part was) getting to know the other guys. the other teams," Kea said.

Meanwhile, the city says it is planning a parade to honor the Little League team. The hope is the parade will happen in about two weeks. 

On Monday night, the city will illuminate Honolulu Hale with shades of blue and yellow light to honor the team.

“After the entire state was on edge with the close passage of Hurricane Lane, this team helped us celebrate something positive as we watched their prowess on the baseball diamond which resulted in the first shutout championship game since 2002,” said Mayor Caldwell, in a statement. 

“What made everyone back home even more proud is seeing how these young men are true ambassadors of aloha and treated everyone they met with humility and respect," Caldwell said. "Governor Ige and I look forward to hosting a hometown parade for the team so that the entire state can celebrate with them."

On Sunday, the Honolulu Little League team defeated South Korea in the Little League World Series Championship game.

The win gave the rain-soaked state a big win to celebrate.


HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

The Honolulu Little League team received a hero's welcome Monday at Honolulu's airport.

The world champs returned on Monday afternoon to a crowd of cheering fans that included friends, family and a few city and state officials.

Gov. David Ige and Mayor Kirk Caldwell were among those present at the team's welcome, and the boys were showered with leis, Zippy's plate lunches and signs of encouragement. 

The team says the experience of winning an undefeated little league season isn't one they'll soon forget, and each player has a highlight of his own.

"(Mine was) probably the last strike I threw to that kid and throwing my glove up in the air and hugging my teammates," said Ka'olu Holt, the team's pitcher.

Another Honolulu pitcher, Aukai Kea, said his favorite part of the whirlwind championship was meeting new people.

"(My favorite part was) getting to know the other guys. the other teams," Kea said.

Meanwhile, the city says it is planning a parade to honor the Little League team. The hope is the parade will happen in about two weeks. 

On Monday night, the city will illuminate Honolulu Hale with shades of blue and yellow light to honor the team.

“After the entire state was on edge with the close passage of Hurricane Lane, this team helped us celebrate something positive as we watched their prowess on the baseball diamond which resulted in the first shutout championship game since 2002,” said Mayor Caldwell, in a statement. 

“What made everyone back home even more proud is seeing how these young men are true ambassadors of aloha and treated everyone they met with humility and respect," Caldwell said. "Governor Ige and I look forward to hosting a hometown parade for the team so that the entire state can celebrate with them."

On Sunday, the Honolulu Little League team defeated South Korea in the Little League World Series Championship game.

The win gave the rain-soaked state a big win to celebrate.HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

The Honolulu Little League team received a hero's welcome Monday at Honolulu's airport.

The world champs returned on Monday afternoon to a crowd of cheering fans that included friends, family and a few city and state officials.

Gov. David Ige and Mayor Kirk Caldwell were among those present at the team's welcome, and the boys were showered with leis, Zippy's plate lunches and signs of encouragement. 

The team says the experience of winning an undefeated little league season isn't one they'll soon forget, and each player has a highlight of his own.

"(Mine was) probably the last strike I threw to that kid and throwing my glove up in the air and hugging my teammates," said Ka'olu Holt, the team's pitcher.

Another Honolulu pitcher, Aukai Kea, said his favorite part of the whirlwind championship was meeting new people.

"(My favorite part was) getting to know the other guys. the other teams," Kea said.

Meanwhile, the city says it is planning a parade to honor the Little League team. The hope is the parade will happen in about two weeks. 

On Monday night, the city will illuminate Honolulu Hale with shades of blue and yellow light to honor the team.

“After the entire state was on edge with the close passage of Hurricane Lane, this team helped us celebrate something positive as we watched their prowess on the baseball diamond which resulted in the first shutout championship game since 2002,” said Mayor Caldwell, in a statement. 

“What made everyone back home even more proud is seeing how these young men are true ambassadors of aloha and treated everyone they met with humility and respect," Caldwell said. "Governor Ige and I look forward to hosting a hometown parade for the team so that the entire state can celebrate with them."

On Sunday, the Honolulu Little League team defeated South Korea in the Little League World Series Championship game.

The win gave the rain-soaked state a big win to celebrate.






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