Mahalo nui loa!


Keiki 10.24Hui ‘Aumākua would like to mahalo our ‘ohana, friends & supporters who contributed to the success of our 2014 Plate Sale Fundraiser!  The food was delicious & as in past years, we continue to have requests for “hana hou!”  Mahalo to those that helped to make this fundraiser a great success that will benefit our keiki throughout the baseball season!  We are honored by your ongoing support.  Hūlō, Hūlō!!!


Hilo Pony 2014 Winter League


E komo mai!  We are back for the Hilo Pony 2014 Winter League games starting from October 18th through December 21st.  Games will be held every Saturday, please see the schedules below for our Mustang, Bronco & Pony divisions, we’ll see you at the field!    

Mustang Division Schedules:     PDF

Bronco Division Schedules:     PDF

Pony Division Schedules:    PDF

Mustang/Bronco/Pony Winter League Rules

Pinto Winter League Rules

St Louis Pinto Tourney


Congratulations to our Hui ‘Aumākua Pinto team who will be traveling to O’ahu to participate in the Saint Louis School’s 2015 Pinto Baseball Tournament that will be held on Saturday, January 17, 2015 and Sunday, January 18, 2015 on the grounds of Saint Louis School.  We are looking forward to participating in what is known as a very memorable and enjoyable event for Pinto players and ‘ohana.  The entire tournament is put on by the Saint Louis Baseball program, including its coaches, players and parents at all levels.

Please submit completed Parent Consent Form and $28.00 for entry fee no later than Saturday, November 22nd.  There is also optional T-shirt and Bento Order Forms as well.  Please make checks payable to: Hui ‘Aumākua Sports Inc. and we will combine and submit one order form for our team.  Mahalo!

Saint Louis Pinto Baseball Tournament Bracket

Parent Consent Form

T-shirt Order Form

Bento Order Form

 St Louis Pinto Tournament Rules

2014 Summer Recap – Ke Akua pu a hui hou


     As we close out the summer of 2014 and gear up for the 2014-2015 Pony League Season, here’s an update on how the summer ended!

     Memorial Day in Kona was a fun and successful tournament for all of our Hui Teams! Hui Pinto came out on fire as they won all of their games going 3-0 in route to beating Alaka’i of Kona, Maui Pride and Wai-Kahala Brewers! Great Job! Our Mustang ‘s capped off the weekend with the Memorial Day Championship beating Kohala, Boys Club, Nanakuli of O’ahu and Alaka’i in the championship game! Way to go boys! Our Broncos had a wonderful time as they walked away with the consolation Championship! They lost their first game, but rebounded strongly and ran the table winning their next three games and walking away with the consolation title! Way to represent Hui!

Bronco Memorial 2014

     Post season was exciting as the Pinto and Mustang Pony League All Star teams were coached by our Hui Coaching Staff! Our Pinto Red team had a great run in Maui as they made it to the last day of competition before falling in the consolation championship game finishing 5th in the State out of 12 teams! Awesome Job! Our Mustangs came out strong winning their first game, but fell in their next two in heartbreak fashion! Our Bronco boys were represented on both All-Star teams! They met in the state final with Hilo A prevailing in the end! We are so proud of our boys on both teams as they battled for the State title! We had two boys on Hilo A that made it to the championship game of the West Zone in Whittier, CA before falling to Santa Monica! Great Run boys! Post Season is a great opportunity to see the real competition of All-Star baseball! At times its great, and at times it can be frustrating with all of the different components of post season baseball! However, we strive to make the most out of every opportunity as we realize the opportunities that we give our kids and memories that we give our ‘ohana! Great Run kids, coaches and parents!IMG_8167

Pinto 2014 Consolation Championship

     Hui Mustang wasn’t done after Maui! We jumped on the plane and competed in the Hawai’i World Series at Corp Field in Waipio! A good tournament that lasted 7 days! Hui went 3-1 in Pool Play! Then, the kids battled in the championship round and eventually lost to Outlaws 10-9 in the semifinals who eventually went on to win the title! It was a fun tournament and a great experience!

Hawaii World Series 2014 Hui vs. Outlaws (Waipio) 8-7 Outlaws

     As we come to the end of summer, a new beginning is upon us! We will have a lot of new faces as Hui ‘Aumākua will be adding 2 more Pony league teams to our family! We will be entering a Pinto team, Mustang team, two Bronco Teams and a Pony team! We look forward to the journey as we start the process all over again! Remember, success always comes with the process of hard work! Instant gratification is the easy way out! Let’s work towards our goals!! Let the process happen and in the end, it will be much more gratifying! A great quote from one of our awesome coaches, “It is not a sprint, it’s a marathon!” Let’s enjoy the ride as we gear up for an exciting year! A Hui Hou and let the games begin!!


Lā ‘Ohana Party


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As the 2013-14 Hilo Pony League regular season comes to a close, we would like to send out CONGRATULATIONS to every one of our Hui players, Hui coaches and ‘ohana for great displays of sportsmanship, team work, dedication and support during the season, we are so proud!

Here are the results of our first season together as one Hui ‘Aumākua, E hana pūalu kakōu! TOGETHER, WE CAN!

In our Bronco division, Coach Grant and Assistant Coaches Lance, Craig & Curt led our older boys to a respectable final four finish, ho’omaika’i!!

In our Mustang division, Coach Shon and Assistant Coaches Gregg, Grant, Craig, Ed & Daimen led our team to a 1st place finish, overall champs!! This is Coach Shon & Grant’s 2nd Mustang Championship in the past two years!

In our Pinto division, Coaches Shon, Jason, Stan, Randal & Shawn led our team to a 2nd place finish!

Our Hui players are also being represented on the following post season teams: Bronco A team – 2 Hui players, Bronco B team – 2 Hui players, Mustang 10’s A team – 10 players, Mustang 9’s team – 1 player and Pinto B team – 11 players. Set your calendars for June 14-15th and June 20-24th to come out and support our “Hui” Hilo All-Stars, hiki no Hui!!


Mahalo to all of our Hui players, coaches and their ‘ohana who attended our end of season party on Sunday June 1st at Ainaola Park.  Our keiki and ‘ohana had an amazing time!  A Hui  (‘Aumākua) Hou!


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IMG_4437  IMG_4443IMG_4458 IMG_4472 IMG_4460 IMG_4459We want to wish all of our ‘ohana a fun-filled summer.  Stay safe & good health!  It’s been a good time together!



2014 Kona PONY Baseball Memorial Day Tournament


The 15th Annual Kona PONY Baseball Memorial Day Tournament, will be held on May 24, 25, and 26 2014 at the Old Kona Airport fields.  We will have teams participating in the Pinto, Mustang, and Bronco divisions.  Invite all your family & friends to come and support our keiki. E hana pūalu kakōu! TOGETHER, WE CAN!

2014 Bronco Schedule

2014 Mustang Schedule

2014 Pinto Schedule

Kona Pony Memorial Tournament Map



Core Values


LCDHUI currency


  1. The quality of being loyal to someone or something.
  2. A strong feeling of support or allegiance.


  1. A pledge or promise.


  1. The quality of being dedicated or committed to a task or purpose.



Prior to the arrival of Captain Cook in 1778 and subsequently the missionaries in 1820, the Hawaiian people had a profound belief system that guided them in their daily activities.  This belief system involved ‘aumākua, or family guardians.  It was believed that when a family member would pass, they would sometimes return in the form of a shark, an owl, a hawk, and various others.  As such, the Hawaiian people cared for their ‘aumakua & did not cause them any harm.  These ‘aumākua provided guidance to family members in times of need & also forewarned of dangers to come.  Many ‘ohana today still hold their ‘aumakua in high regard, for it is what connects us to our past and keeps us grounded.

The manō (shark) depicted in the Hui ‘Aumākua logo is representative of our founder’s ‘aumakua.  The word “Hui” in the Hawaiian language means close friends, family or group of like-minded individuals striving for one goal.  Hui ‘Aumākua figuratively seeks to bring the ‘aumakua of each and every ‘ohana that is a part of this organization together to protect and support the interests of our keiki.  “Protect” to our Hui means taking care of our keiki and providing them every opportunity for success that arises through participation in baseball and other organized sports through loyalty, commitment and dedication.