2024 DIVISION I   »  Division II


Saint Louis' Yamaguchi, Baldwin's Perry-Waikiki top All-Hawaii Division I selections

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Player of the Year: Sean Yamaguchi, Saint Louis

Pitcher of the Year: Jayden Perry-Waikiki, Baldwin

Coach of the Year: Chase Corniel, Maui


FIRST TEAM

Greyson Osbun

Kamehameha  •  Jr
P

Loren Iwata

Waiakea  •  Sr
P

Jayden Perry-Waikiki

Baldwin  •  Fr
P

Cole Yonamine

Iolani  •  Sr
C

Mana Heffernan

Saint Louis  •  Jr
1B

Treyden Chong Kee

Iolani  •  Jr
2B

Sean Yamaguchi

Saint Louis  •  Sr
SS

Kaimana Lau Kong

Iolani  •  Jr
3B

Jace Souza

Kamehameha  •  Sr
OF

Judah Ota

Iolani  •  So
OF

Tanner Chun

Saint Louis  •  Sr
OF

Nariyuki Dumlao

Maui  •  Sr
U

Brennen Panis

Aiea  •  
U

Kade Fujioka

Baldwin  •  Sr
U

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SECOND TEAM

Alakai Kiakona

Kamehameha  •  Jr
P

Logan Kuloloia

Maui  •  Sr
P

Payton Dixon

Mid-Pacific  •  
P

Isaiah Chaves

Baldwin  •  Sr
C

Chandler Murray

Mid-Pacific  •  Sr
1B

Isaac Imamura

Baldwin  •  Sr
2B

Coen Goeas

Mid-Pacific  •  Sr
SS

Aukai Araujo-Waiau

Mililani  •  Jr
3B

Kaimana Burgo

Kailua  •  Sr
OF

Ekolu Arai

Maui  •  Jr
OF

Christian Dominno

Baldwin  •  Sr
OF

Masao Minami

Kailua  •  So
DH

Izaiah Koko

Maui  •  Jr
U

Laakea Correa

Saint Louis  •  Jr
U

HONORABLE MENTION

Pitcher: Shannon Fee (Saint Louis), Jaydon Geraci (Hilo), Jayden Hunt (Kailua), Elai Iwanaga (Kamehameha), Kaimi Kahalekai (KS-Maui), Xavier Pressley (Roosevelt), Coy Sasano (Moanalua), Kaleb Tenn (Iolani), Kip Watanabe (Baldwin), Allin Yap (Maryknoll), Aidan Yoshida (Aiea)

Catcher: Noah Kubo (Mid-Pacific), Chase Sutherland (Saint Louis), Dominic Teixeira (Roosevelt), David Vergel de Dios (Maui), Jonah Yacap (Campbell)

First Base: Caleb Hamasaki (Kaiser), Ethan Murakoshi (Mililani), Clemson Julian (Waiakea), Dylan Villanueva (Hilo), Tokujiro Wada-Goode (Roosevelt)

Second Base: Halii Dudoit (KS-Maui), Ethan Higashionna (Pearl City), Slade Sarono (Campbell), Raidan Shibayama (Punahou)

Third Base: Ryce Aoki (Kailua), Alika Balberdi (Maryknoll), Logan Honma (Pearl City), Nicholas Nashiwa (Maui), Jevon Reboy (Baldwin)

Shortstop: Tanner Fujino (Maryknoll), Laakea Ko (Baldwin), Kylan Kono (Aiea), Malosi Mataafa-Alferos (Mililani), Jayden Montero (Kamehameha), Makana Oniate (Iolani), Noah Sham (Kaiser)

Outfield: Ryen Abe (Aiea), Koen Barton (Leilehua), Ivor Brooks (Waiakea), Connor Dempsey (Moanalua), Kolby Gushiken (Saint Louis), Cole Ide (Iolani), Tainoa Lave (Campbell), Koa Marzo (Hilo), Trey Shimabukuro (Maui), Aiden Takuma (Punahou), Travis Terayama (Roosevelt), Bostan Ujimori (Aiea)

Utility: Alika Ahu (PAC-5), Kaden Anderson (Baldwin), Kayne Carlos (Campbell), Jordan Kay (Nanakuli), Kaalekahi Kuhaulua (Kailua), Legend Lancaster (Hilo), Hunter Lindsey (Campbell), Dawson Nuese (Maui), Jacob Remily (Maryknoll), Kaiden Sonoda-Fukumoto (Moanalua), Shaveh Sarono (Campbell), Kaleb Wada (Waiakea)

Position Player of the Year: Sean Yamaguchi, Saint Louis, Sr., SS

Yamaguchi has been a fixture on the left side of the infield for the Crusaders over the years, but took his play to another level this spring. He hit .403 with a team-best 27 hits, 16 runs batted in and 21 runs scored. Yamaguchi also drew 15 walks and stole 14 bases on the year on his way to Interscholastic League of Honolulu Player of the Year honors. The University of Nevada-signee was also selected as the Gatorade State Player of the Year.

Pitcher of the Year: Jayden Perry-Waikiki, Baldwin, Fr., RHP

There were no signs of any growing pains for the Baldwin freshman this spring. Perry-Waikiki racked up a 4-0 record on the mound with an earned run average of 1.02. He tallied 29 strikeouts against just three walks and allowed 16 hits in 34 1/3 innings of work. Perry-Waikiki recorded a season-high nine strikeouts in a win over Maui on Apr. 6 and tossed a complete-game no-hitter with six strikeouts and one walk in a victory over Kamehameha-Maui a week later.

Coach of the Year: Chase Corniel, Maui

The Sabers rebounded from a two-loss regular season to claim the Maui Interscholastic League championship in late April. Corniel's squad put together a 6-0 record in games decided by a single run, including a 1-0 victory over Saint Louis in the semifinals of the state tournament. A 14-3 overall record in 2024 culminated with the program's third state championship. Corniel also led Maui to its previous state crown in 2017.