2018 DIVISION II »  Division I


Player of the Year: Jordan Donahue, Damien

Coach of the Year: Eric Tokunaga, Farrington


FIRST TEAM

Bryce Uyeno

Damien  •  Jr
P

Tai Atkins

KS-Hawaii  •  Jr
P

Jack Dillon

Radford  •  Sr
P

DallasJ Duarte

KS-Hawaii  •  Sr
C

Zach Alcos

Saint Francis  •  Sr
1B

Kade Kupihea

Kapaa  •  
2B

Jordan Donahue

Damien  •  So
SS

Kolu Alani

Konawaena  •  Sr
3B

Akila Arecchi

Damien  •  Sr
OF

Chasen Castilliano

Farrington  •  Sr
OF

Braedyn Chong

Waianae  •  Sr
OF

Kaimana Cameron

Damien  •  Sr
U

Richard Akana

Radford  •  Jr
U

Kaimi Malina

Kapaa  •  
U

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SECOND TEAM

Christian Manera

Kauai  •  Sr
P

Zakaia Michaels

KS-Hawaii  •  So
P

Jonah Hurney

Hawaii Prep  •  
P

Skyler Sadora

Kauai  •  Sr
C

Nainoa Kaahanui

Molokai  •  Sr
1B

Teva Foster

Waianae  •  Sr
2B

Bubba Akana

Saint Francis  •  Jr
SS

Rico Rosario

Waianae  •  Sr
3B

Pomai Kim

Damien  •  Sr
OF

Hoku Parbo

Kauai  •  Jr
OF

Kyran Kai

KS-Hawaii  •  Sr
OF

Kaleo Akiona

Waianae  •  Jr
U

Nainoa Cardinez

Kapaa  •  
U

Kekaiomalu Adachi

Molokai  •  Sr
U

HONORABLE MENTION

Damien: Milton Gainey III, River Iaea, Shiloh Kaeo, Kaysen Kajiwara, Paul Mezurashi, Kaycee Natividad

Farrington: Treven Isobe, Trey Kaawa, Cisqo Sagucio, Kamaehu Sanchez, Caleb Sherman, Reese Shioji, Jayden Soriano, Cody Pilor

Hanalani: Tyler Lee, Seth Williams

Hawaii Prep: Finn Richmond

Honokaa: Canen Perreira

Kaimuki: Kaulana Kaluna

Kapaa: Levi Cummings, Kaeo Kamau, Ekolu Rivera

Kauai: Jacob Borrero, Ethan Gray, Rickey Rego

Konawaena: AJ Allred, Jake Basque, Bronson Rivera, Stevie Texeira, Andrew Udac

KS-Hawaii: Bulla Ahana, Dustin Asuncion, Bryce Furuli, Kalai Klask-Hoopii, Kekona Naipo-Arsiga

Lanai: Micah Calairo-Nakagawa, Naighel Calderon

Molokai: Royden Abafo, Cody-Hunter Hiro, Shraedon Naeole-Starkey

Nanakuli: Clyde Enos, Chris Fernandez

Radford: DJ Kabua, Matt Lukins, Tommy Tereschuck, Shane Vogt

Saint Francis: Chase Akana, Reece Kadota, Kiyo Perry, Makana Poole, JP Tilley, Greison Visoria

Seabury Hall: Ben Belew, Kenny Belew, Kapena Hoopai, Rafe Perrin, Quinton Tanaka

St. Anthony: Jake Gage

Waialua: Matthan Hatchie

Waianae: Braiden Ayala, Macaiyah Borling, Konan Keliikoa, Matthew Orian

Waimea: Lacin Montemayor

Other coaches that received consideration: Bryan Aiwohi (Kapaa), Timo Donahue (Damien), Jacob Sur (Radford)

Donahue headlines Division II baseball picks

Jordan Donahue led the state in hits, runs and stolen bases in leading the Monarchs to their first state title. Michael Lasquero | SL

Player of the Year: Jordan Donahue, Damien, SS, Soph.
Hits, runs and stolen bases — Jordan Donahue led the state in all three categories.

The Damien sophomore totaled 31 hits, 29 runs and 17 stolen bases and is the ScoringLive All-Hawaii Division II Baseball Player of the Year after helping the Monarchs win its first-ever state title in May.

Donahue also batted .443 as the Monarchs' three-hole hitter and reached base in every game in part due to 16 total walks on the season.

"He has a really good idea of the strike zone so his at-bats are really good," said father and Damien coach Timo Donahue. "He doesn't waste at-bats too often where he's just swinging at anything. Mentally, he matured — as well as the hitting process and what goes into it. He understands that he doesn't have to get a hit."

While the Damien shortstop was already skilled at the plate as a freshman, earning Most Valuable Co-Player of the Year honors in the Interscholastic League of Honolulu a season ago, developing as a fielder helped him take it to another level.

"We worked on the stuff that he thought he was weaker on as a freshman," said coach Donahue. "We hit all the time anyways, but we were able to take more ground balls. This year he had more confidence. His confidence level grew and he got stronger."

Donahue, who was a Second Team All-Hawaii selection a year ago, is joined by three other teammates on this year's First Team: pitcher Bryce Uyeno, outfielder Akila Arecchi and utility Kaimana Cameron.

 

Coach of the Year: Eric Tokunaga, Farrington
For leading the Farrington Governors to their first league title in 55 years, Eric Tokunaga was picked as the Division II Coach of the Year.

The Governors had just one First Team selection in outfielder Chasen Castilliano.

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