2019


Slaughter spearheaded Na Menehune's attack

The senior outside hitter was a threat from all areas of the court for Moanalua this year. ScoringLive photo illustration

Player of the Year: Max Slaughter, Moanalua

Coach of the Year: Jordan Inafuku, Iolani

FIRST TEAM


Jack Deuchar

Punahou  •  Jr
OH

Kupono Browne

Iolani  •  Jr
OH

Max Slaughter

Moanalua  •  Sr
OH

Liam York

Kalaheo  •  Sr
OH

Christmas Togiai

Kamehameha  •  Jr
OH

Shane Harimoto

Iolani  •  Sr
S

Matthew Saffery

Kamehameha  •  Sr
S

Shea Suzumoto

Punahou  •  Sr
L

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SECOND TEAM


Kawai Hong

Punahou  •  Jr
OH

Chance Guillermo

Mililani  •  Sr
OH

Kaala Deitch

Hilo  •  Jr
OH

Lucas Biondi

Saint Francis  •  So
OH

DiAeris McRaven

Moanalua  •  Jr
OPP

Kalawai Scanlan

Iolani  •  Jr
MB

Cole Fukumitsu

Moanalua  •  Sr
S

Jarin Simon

Iolani  •  Sr
L

THIRD TEAM


Kiran Costa

Kapaa  •  Sr
OH

Kawika Lee

Iolani  •  Sr
OH

Kamau Makaike

KS-Hawaii  •  Jr
OH

Makua Marumoto

Saint Francis  •  Jr
OH

Jakob Kimura

Punahou  •  Sr
OPP

Makani Hiltner

Iolani  •  Sr
OPP

Ezra Evaimalo

Kamehameha  •  Jr
MB

Jesus Garcia

Saint Francis  •  Sr
S


HONORABLE MENTION

Castle: Kamalei Albinio, Jayden Matsumoto
Farrington: Eleu Choy
Hilo: Cy Alicuben, MJ Vento Rowe
Iolani: Carter Kamana
Kaiser: Kahea Kamalani, Kalai Skeele
Kalaheo: Bradyn Hipa, Tyler Wemple
Kalani: Keoni Thiim
Kapaa: Rusdan-Rocket Ahuna, Justin Faidley, Alakai Gonsalves
Kapolei: Donavan-Eli Leopoldo-Vierra
Kamehameha: Gannon Chinen, Laiakea Hirahara, Kawika Simon
Kealakehe: Isaiah Hooper
KS-Hawaii: Blake Baclig, Kamahao Kawelu, Devin Masanda
KS-Maui: Ethan James, Kale Spencer
Leilehua: Kahakai Kahoiwai, Timaye Tatupu
Mid-Pacific: Kolten Soon
Molokai: Makoa Kaneaiakala
Moanalua: Joshua Galeria, Barron Paikai
Pearl City: Sonny Tofi
Punahou: Robert Allen, Claudio Clini, Davis Lau, Conner McInerny, Braxton Simmons
Radford: Jude Pauulu
Saint Francis: CJ Guerrero
Seabury Hall: Kalai Anderson, Zak Burkett
University Lab: Josh Awai, Ryder Rebibis, Koby Tano
Waiakea: Makana Kaehuaea-Credo
Waianae: Ezra Barnes, Caleb Kaopuiki
Waipahu: Bradley Tacata

Other coaches that received consideration: Sivan Leoni (Kalaheo), Rick Tune (Punahou)

Player of the Year: Max Slaughter, Moanalua, OH, Sr.
Max Slaughter has a name that was made for volleyball.

In spite of an ankle injury, the senior outside hitter was a threat from all areas of the court and turned it up to another level in the postseason to help Moanalua repeat as OIA champions and reach the Division I state semifinals.


"As a six-rotation player, Max was a threat even from the back row," said Mililani coach Trent Niino. "He's very deceptive because he is tall, skinny and lanky, but he hits the ball with so much force."

In five — best-out-of-5 playoff matches, Slaughter put down 121 kills, which included a 30-kill performance against eventual state champion Punahou.

"His kill numbers this year were impressive, especially when you look at who he was playing against," Niino said. "Even though he missed a couple of games with an injury, he was able to come back and be a dominant force in the postseason."

Slaughter will continue his playing career collegiately for Menlo College.

Iolani's Shane Harimoto and Punahou's Jack Deuchar were also considered for the award.


Coach of the Year: Jordan Inafuku, Iolani

In their third year under Jordan Inafuku, the Raiders were able to capture their first league title since 2003 in April.

The Iolani boys volleyball team claimed its fourth ILH crown in an incredible way, beating eventual state champion Punahou in three consecutive matches.


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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