Mule Nation Pushing T-shirts For Sports Fans, Seniors

Wednesday - September 02, 2009
By MidWeek Staff
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Leilehua football players Charles Tuaau, Zachariah Asuega-Coffin and Frazer Taua (all seniors) display their Mule Nation shirts to great advantage using the folded-arm technique. The shirts are on sale now to fans and supporters of the senior class. Photo from Willie Ganiko.

Mule Nation is back with a vengeance for fall sports, offering four T-shirt designs. The booster group unveiled their wares just prior to the Unity Bowl game against Radford.

“It’s another effort to encourage support for our student athletes, our school and our awesome community,” they stated. And the prices remain the same for Leilehua sports fans: $12 for short-sleeve shirts, $18 for long-sleeve shirts, and $12 for Baby-Tees ($3 less than last year).

All money raised goes to help pay for senior class graduation expenses and events. To order and for more information, contact the senior class advisers at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


Supporters can wear their new shirts to football, girls volleyball, bowling, cross country and soft tennis competitions this season.

Some T-shirts come in dark green with gold lettering of “Wahiawa Strong” and the traditional horseshoe logo on the left hip. The baby-tees have “Believe” in cursive gold plus the horseshoe logo.

Other shirts are black with the horseshoe on the bottom right portion of the shirt and the ZIP code 96786 on the back bottom.

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