Pascua, Cabilan top ILH girls soccer selections


'Iolani's Kama Pascua and Kamehameha's Vanessa Cabilan were named ILH Girls Soccer Players of the Year.

Offensive MVP Pascua led the ILH in scoring with 17 goals, while Cabilan took home Defensive MVP honors as a key part of a defensive unit that held league opponents to just four goals all season.

Kamehameha's Missy Moore was named Coach of the Year.

ILH GIRLS SOCCER ALL-STARS
as selected by the Interscholastic League of Honolulu

Offensive Player of the Year
Kama Pascua, 'Iolani

Defensive Player of the Year
Vanessa Cabilan, Kamehameha

Coach of the Year
Missy Moore, Kamehameha


FIRST TEAM

Forwards
Carly Neal, Kamehameha
Tia Kinilau, Kamehameha
Taylor Higa, Mid-Pacific

Midfielders
Twyla Hamasaki, 'Iolani
Lauren Stollar, Punahou
Dempsey Banks, Punahou
Danielle Stollar, Punahou

Defenders
Amanda McCaskill, 'Iolani
Taylor Kipilii, 'Iolani
Summer Burnett, Kamehameha
Kylie Chun, Punahou

Goalie
Lexi Felix, 'Iolani


SECOND TEAM

Attackers
Shaye Villanueva, 'Iolani
Julie Khil, Mid-Pacific
Kaylin Okuma, Punahou

Midfielders
Alyssa Kim, 'Iolani
Nycole Mitsuyasu, 'Iolani
Ashley Asuncion, Kamehameha
Shaney Sakamoto, Kamehameha

Defenders
Ashley Park-Hunt, 'Iolani
Kayla Mizo, Kamehameha
Janaye Shepherd, Mid-Pacific
Sage Parker-Lee, Sacred Hearts

Goalie
Sarah Davis, Kamehameha


HONORABLE MENTION

'Iolani: Samantha Dacanay
Kamehameha: Abcde Zoller, Machaela Rapozo, Hannah Kaina, Shyann Moriguchi
Mid-Pacific: Shayla Cabalo, Mahina Quinn, Jenna Richards, Coby Yoshimura
Pac-Five: Kirsten Chun, Karlee Eugenio, Rebecca Harper, Chivanna Hatchie, Alyssa Uwaine
Punahou: Michaela Tsuha
Sacred Hearts: Tate Kaiama, Kaylyn Siobal, Kealakekua Makekau, Lauren Arakawa, Bo Sampson


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