2022


Na Alii's Hofmann, Buffanblu's Salvani selected as state's best on the pitch

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Offensive Player of the Year: Bailey Hofmann, King Kekaulike, MF, So.

Defensive Player of the Year: Laakea Salvani, Punahou, D, Sr.

Coach of the Year: Aaron Hamamura and Tye Perdido, King Kekaulike


FIRST TEAM

Declan Horio

Punahou  •  Jr
F

Owen Riecke

King Kekaulike  •  Jr
F

Kaumualii Harman

Hilo  •  Jr
F

Noah Fujikane

Mililani  •  Sr
MF

Ian Ngonethong

Kaiser  •  Sr
MF

Elijah Dinkel

KS-Hawaii  •  Jr
MF

Bailey Hofmann

King Kekaulike  •  So
MF

Kilinahe Waring

Kamehameha  •  Sr
D

Koae Pea

Hilo  •  Sr
D

Laakea Salvani

Punahou  •  Sr
D

Tysen Kaniaupio

Hilo  •  Sr
GK

Kelly Takara

Aiea  •  Jr
UT

SECOND TEAM

Max Scott

Mililani  •  Sr
F

Seamas Mercado

Kaiser  •  Sr
F

Aidan Santos

Hawaii Prep  •  Sr
F

Elijah Hines

Kapolei  •  Sr
MF

Konner Jacang

Aiea  •  Sr
MF

Austin Kaneko

Punahou  •  Sr
MF

Ethan Senter

Kalani  •  Jr
MF

Zach Gaoiran

Iolani  •  Sr
MF

Sean Caires

Kaiser  •  Sr
D

Jenson Fuse

Kalani  •  Jr
D

Parker Patterson

Mililani  •  So
D

Lucca Tommasino

Kaiser  •  Sr
GK

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THIRD TEAM

F: Ten Kurokawa, Kalani - Jr
F: Keaton Hicks, Punahou - Jr
F: Carlos Lang, Island School - Sr
MF: Matthew Enriquez, Kealakehe - Sr
MF: Kekoa Kiesling, Baldwin - Jr
MF: James Haynes, Seabury Hall - Jr
MF: Kasen Mehau, Hilo - Sr
D: Seth Uson, Mililani - Sr
D: Rycin Crisostomo, Aiea - Sr
D: Shane Fuse, Kalani - Jr
D: Kaden Aguilar, Waiakea - So
GK: Kaito Pruner, Kalani - Jr

HONORABLE MENTION

Aiea: Skye Ventura-Kahookele
Baldwin: Kili Chappel, Landon Wong
Castle: Raiden Takasato
Hawaii Prep: Mason Hunt
Hilo: Kani Tolentino-Perry, Mikey DeCoito
Iolani: Jaxson Kahawai
Island School: AJ Galiza, Hanalei Wann-Keliihoomalu
Kahuku: Kainoa Carvalho
Kailua: Brody Person
Kaiser: Leo Davies
Kalani: Maka Monaghan, Yamato Okumura
Kamehameha: Ethan Apo, Kalei Pagente, Elijah Soon
Kamehameha-Hawaii: Lucas Kay-Wong, Taylor Eckart
Kamehameha-Maui: Kainoa Carptener, Kayden Medeiros
Kapaa: Kama Gonsalves, Vincent Noguchi
Kapolei: Noah Anderson, Logan Aurio, Ciano Pham
Kauai: Joe Puplava
Kealakehe: Micah Carson
King Kekaulike: Angus Daniels, Kacyn "Kainoa" Pascual, Rex Riecke, Jai Sternthal, Kai Thomas
Le Jardin: Ben Schuetz
Makua Lani: Kaelele Fernandez, Aukele Paikuli-Campbell
Mid-Pacific: Lucian Tajima-Artley
Mililani: Kai Martin, Will Simpson
Moanalua: Shun Saito, Jaylen Temple
PAC-5: Kevin Au
Pearl City: Raine Fujimura
Punahou: Cade Matsumoto, Justin Nishimoto, Cade Quinto
Radford: Winston Abreu, Robert Wilson
Roosevelt: Porter Ellis
Waiakea: Tevin Atwal

Offensive Player of the Year: Bailey Hofmann, King Kekaulike, MF, So.

Hofmann turned heads and opened eyes with his play in the state tournament back in February, when he helped King Kekaulike to its first boys state soccer championship in program history. Hofmann scored six goals on the year, including two in three state tournament games, and also tallied 12 assists. The sophomore left wing assisted on the lone goal in a 1-0 win over Kalani in the state semifinals and found the back of the net himself one night later, in the championship final against Hilo. Hofmann, the Maui Interscholastic League Player of the Year, as selected by The Maui News, is currently training in Germany.

Defensive Player of the Year: Laakea Salvani, Punahou, D, Sr.

The Buffanblu posted eight wins by shutout this season and allowed a mere three goals in 10 games in Interscholastic League of Honolulu play. Salvani, a senior center-back, certainly played a pivotal role in Punahou's defensive efforts. The 6-foot-3 Salvani helped his team claim its fifth consecutive ILH Division I championship and was selected by league coaches as ILH Defensive Player of the Year. As a sophomore in 2020, he garnered second team All-ILH and All-Hawaii recognition. Salvani, who also plays baseball for the Buffanblu, has narrowed his list of collegiate soccer options down to California, Oregon State, Grand Canyon and St. Mary's.

Co-Coaches of the Year: Aaron Hamamura and Tye Perdido, King Kekaulike

The duo guided Na Alii to a 10-1-2 overall record this winter, which culminated with the program's first state championship and just the third team state title in school history. Despite a roster that included only three seniors and a No. 4 seed in the state tournament, King Kekaulike became just the third neighbor island school in the 48-year history of the tournament to win it all.


ScoringLive's All-Hawaii teams honor standout Division I and II athletes statewide. Selections are made by SL staff in consultation with media and coaches.

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