Homecoming $10,000 half court shot will raise funds for high school athletics

| January 31, 2014 | 2 Comments

Sophomore Dallas Arce goes up against the Seabury Hall defense four weeks ago at The Barn while teammates David Rapanot (20) and Jordan Boswell (22) look on. The boys will play Lanai tonight (7 p.m.) and tomorrow (noon) in Maui Interscholastic League Division II action.

Sophomore Dallas Arce goes up against the Seabury Hall defense four weeks ago at The Barn while teammates David Rapanot (20) and Jordan Boswell (22) look on. The boys will play Lanai tonight (7 p.m.) and tomorrow (noon) in Maui Interscholastic League Division II action.


Some lucky fan will win $10,000 if he or she can make a shot from half court at “The Barn” at Molokai High School on Feb. 7.

The “Molokai Farmers’ half-court shot at $10,000” is a fundraiser for the Molokai High athletics department. One randomly chosen ticket owner (age 18 or older) will attempt the shot at halftime of the boys’ homecoming basketball game against St. Anthony on Friday, Feb. 7.

The fundraiser is sponsored by Shirley Rawlins of Rawlins Chevron and David Mikami of Molokai Drugs. All money raised goes directly to the Molokai High School athletic department.

Tickets are currently being sold for $5 each at Molokai General Store and Rawlins Chevron. Tickets are also on sale tonight at the boys’ basketball game against Lanai starting at 7 p.m. Each ticket also provides free entry to the homecoming game.

For more information on purchasing tickets call or text 646-1851.

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  1. Nature Lover says:

    Mahalo to Chevron, Shirley, and Molokai Drugs, David, to make a positive difference in our youth on Molokai where our young people can and do really excel if given half a chance!!1 Thank you so much.

  2. steve says:

    second ‘dat.

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