2018


Player of the Year: Ryan Wilcox, Punahou

Coach of the Year: Alan Cabanting, Moanalua

FIRST TEAM


Ryan Wilcox

Punahou  •  Sr
OH

Kalai Leopoldo

Moanalua  •  Sr
OH

Anthony Trevino

Kealakehe  •  Sr
OH

Jon Stanley

Kaiser  •  Sr
OH

Kanai Akana

Punahou  •  Sr
OH/OPP

Cole Hogland

Iolani  •  Sr
MB/OPP

Jameson McKibbin

Punahou  •  Sr
S

Shea Suzumoto

Punahou  •  Jr
L

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SECOND TEAM


Max Slaughter

Moanalua  •  Jr
OH

Bradley Tacata

Waipahu  •  Jr
OH

Isaiah Hooper

Kealakehe  •  So
OH

Jacob Summers

Kaiser  •  Sr
OH

Blaze Kahikina

Waianae  •  Sr
OH/MB

Ryan Hong

Punahou  •  Sr
MB

Cole Fukumitsu

Moanalua  •  Jr
S

Matthew Saffery

Kamehameha  •  
S/OPP

THIRD TEAM


Nathaniel Johnson

Mililani  •  Sr
OH

Ryan Van Cantfort

Iolani  •  Sr
OH

Kiran Costa

Kapaa  •  Jr
OH

Wembley Mailei

Saint Francis  •  Sr
OH

Nalu Kahapea

KS-Hawaii  •  Sr
OH/MB

Alakai Todd

Punahou  •  Sr
MB/OPP

Jesus Garcia

Saint Francis  •  Jr
S

Dru Pang

Hawaii Baptist  •  Sr
L


HONORABLE MENTION

Campbell: Micah Anguay

Castle: Craig Albinio, Jaysen Matsumoto

Farrington: Chris Afe, Eleu Choy, Richard Pili, John Salacup

Hana: Keoki Hoopai-Waikoloa, Nahinu Lind

Hawaii Baptist: Michael Johnson, Davin Rausch

Iolani: Shane Harimoto, Carter Kamana, Kawika Lee, Jarin Simon, Ethan Westcoatt

Kaimuki: Ken Naisher

Kaiser: Dylan Poon, Kalai Skeele

Kalaheo: Bradyn Hipa, Justus Neufeldt, Liam York

Kalani: Keoni Thiim, Seth Tina-Soberano

Kamehameha: Cruse Aea, Kaiolaniuhia Kalani, Christmas Togiai, Kobe Young

Kapaa: Rusdan-Rocket Ahuna, Robert Brown, Justin Faidley, Pomai Rabago-Kaiwi, Noah Rall

Kapolei: Gavin Andaya, Donovan Leopoldo-Vierra, Ezra Lono-Soares

Kauai: Kaiwi Rivera, Kaimani Tecson

Kealakehe: Nainoa Cabalo, Ikaika Pali, Ismail Souza

KS-Hawaii: Kamahao Kawelu, Chyston Loa, Kamau Makaike, Davin Masanda, Isaiah Nakoa-Oness

KS-Maui: Rafael Adolpho, Iverson Dudoit, Hinano Long, Austin Peters

Leilehua: Liam Fitzgerald

Maryknoll: Chad Oshiro, Marcus Tobin

Maui: Jonathan Aunese, Denniel Carreon

Mid-Pacific: Kristofer Ma

Mililani: Cole Custodio, Chance Guillermo, Trent Matsuda, Caleb Pascual

Moanalua: Caleb Casinas, Duncan Clark, Kainoa Ferguson, DiAeris McRaven

Molokai: Kaina Adolpho, Keison Poaha Alcon, Nainoa Kahale

Pearl City: Jeremiah Perifanos-Taamu, Zion Tupuola-Fetui

Punahou: Race Agcaoili, Claudio Clini, Christian Hong

Radford: Jude Pauulu, Blu Kurt Puyaoan, Micah Sala, Keanu Tenorio

Roosevelt: Andrew Adachi

Saint Francis: Walter Berthold, Mofuike Hafoka, Lanson Umufuke, Boris Vukovic

Saint Louis: Brian Cox, Charles Lavoie, Chord Medeiros

Seabury Hall: Noah Bigelow, Kainalu Kubo

University Lab: Joshua Awai, Lincoln Awai, Trent Goo Sun, Koby Tano

Waiakea: Nakana Labrie

Waianae: Caleb Kaopuiki, Joshua Santana-Kaio, Lance Villanueva

Waipahu: Craig Agni, Ken Sachio Boctot

Other coaches that received consideration: Christine Christe (Radford), Dandi Holder (Saint Francis), Jordan Inafuku (Iolani), Kahinu Lee (Kealakehe)

Wilcox is boys volleyball POY once again

Ryan Wilcox repeats as All-Hawaii Boys Volleyball Player of the Year after helping lead Punahou to a seventh-straight state championship. CJ Caraang | SL

Player of the Year: Ryan Wilcox, Punahou, OH, Sr.
Ryan Wilcox defined what it means to be a go-to player in 2018.

No matter where he was on the court, the Punahou senior outside hitter was a model of consistency as the Buffanblu won their seventh straight state title this past May.

"I think the biggest thing that Ryan symbolized to us this year was his steadiness," said Punahou coach Rick Tune. "He was always the guy that you could count on to bring a high level. We had a few guys like that, but I think Ryan was one of the ones that we leaned on kind of hard."

Wilcox, who earned All-Hawaii Boys Volleyball Player of the Year honors for the second year in a row, was nothing short of special for the Buffanblu. Punahou didn't need him to dominate night in and night out, but when he did, there was no denying that he was the best player on the court.

In his final three matches of the year, Ryan recorded 45 kills and six aces, four of which came in the Division I title match against Moanalua.

"Ryan has different gears, he knows how to take it up to the next level if he needs to," said Tune. "Ryan is an extremely dynamic player, he's almost deceptively dynamic and he has such a high level of eye coordination and great vision, which allows him to hit and see the court very well."

Wilcox will play collegiately at University of California, Santa Barbara.

 

Coach of the Year: Alan Cabanting, Moanalua
Alan Cabanting is the Coach of the Year after guiding Moanalua back to the Oahu Interscholastic Association Division I title.

Na Menehune also dropped just one set in league play and was unbeaten in regulation play before losing to Punahou in the state final.


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