Girls Water Polo
ILH girls water polo all-stars


ILH Girls Water Polo All-Stars (as selected by the league)

Division I

Most Valuable Player: Emalia Eichelberger, Punahou, Sr.
Coach of the Year: Randy Bart, Kamehameha

First Team
Emily Nomura, Iolani, Jr.
Payton Bosque, Kamehameha, Jr.
Kaylen Nitahara, Kamehameha, Jr.
Natassia Dunn, Punahou, Sr.
Saki Migliorato, Punahou, Sr.
Micaela Kauhane, Punahou, Jr.
GK: Jordan Ehara, Kamehameha, Sr.

Honorable Mention
Iolani: Isabella Brandes.
Kamehameha: Keylee Leong, Laakea Dedrick.
Punahou: Malia Gacutan, Marissa Anne Miller, Danielle Kauahi.

Division II

Most Valuable Player: Sophia Spengler, Le Jardin, Sr.
Co-coaches of the Year: Chauncey Hirose-Hulbert, Le Jardin and Maria Jarrell, Pac-Five

First Team
Hannah Silva, Iolani, So.
Aya Chang, Kamehameha, So.
Kiana McDonald, Le Jardin, Jr.
Emmaline Bradley, Pac-Five, Sr.
Nora Viarnes, Pac-Five, Sr.
Tiare Jamile, Punahou, Sr.
Lexie Taylor, Punahou, Jr.
GK: Karenna-Rose Nicely, Kamehameha, So.

Second Team
Kalei Asam, Kamehameha, Jr.
Makela Riordan, Kamehameha, Fr.
Kylee Giblin, Le Jardin, Jr.
Marilena Vassalli, Pac-Five, So.
Kaley Yap, Pac-Five, Fr.
Kiana Stewart, Punahou, Sr.
GK: Ji Euh Yang, Pac-Five, Sr.

Honorable Mention
Kamehameha: Kylee Nakata.
Le Jardin: Mahie Wilhelm.
Pac-Five: Alyssa Soares, Olivia Collis.
Punahou: Elizabeth Rooks, Isabelle Horio.



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