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Punahou • SrOL • 6'4 270
Saint Louis • SrOL • 6'4 358
Mililani • JrOL • 6'0 300
Kamehameha • SrOL • 6'3 320
Saint Louis • SrOL • 6'5 285
Mililani • SrQB • 6'0 190
Campbell • JrRB • 5'9 170
Mililani • SrWR • 5'11 160
Punahou • SrWR • 6'0 190
Campbell • SoWR • 6'1 160
Saint Louis • JrWR • 6’1 180
Kahuku • SrUT • 5'11 235
Kahuku • SrDL • 6'2 230
Mililani • SrDL • 5'10 225
Saint Louis • SrDL • 6'4 299
Kamehameha • SrLB • 6'0 200
Saint Louis • JrLB • 6'2 220
Saint Louis • JrLB • 6'2 199
Mililani • SrLB • 6'1 225
Saint Louis • SrDB • 5'10 165
Punahou • JrDB • 5'11 185
Saint Louis • JrDB • 6'0 170
Saint Louis • SrDB • 5'10 198
Punahou • SrUT • 6'3 195
Mililani • JrK • 5'4 138
Punahou • SrP • 6'3 210
Farrington • SoRET • 5'9 158
Campbell • JrAP • 6'0 175
Quarterbacks: Hugh Brady (Punahou)
Running backs: Wesley Alo-Maiava (Kahuku), Kilifi Malepeai (Mililani), Robbie Paikai (Saint Louis), Malosi Sam (Saint Louis), Alec Serrao (Kamehameha), Vincent Terrell (Punahou)
Receivers: Pokii Adkins-Kupukaa (Campbell), Makoa Close (Saint Louis), Moku Dancil-Evans (Punahou), Maka Hill (Mililani), Cy Kuboyama-Hayashi (Mililani), Tamatoa Mokiao-Atimalala (Campbell), Koali Nishigaya (Saint Louis)
Offensive line: Bryce Beatty (Kahuku), Rod Dupont (Saint Louis), Chaz Evangelista (Kahuku), Logan Faitau (Farrington), Blake Fiegenspan (Punahou), Marcus Lombard (Kahuku), Elijah Mahelona (Kapolei), Caleb Matagi (Farrington), Trycen Mau (Kahuku), Justice Mills (Saint Louis), Jacob Tuatagaloa (Mililani)
Offensive utility: Kenneth Joseph (Waianae), Selau Kalani (Farrington), Sitiveni Kaufusi (Punahou), Skyler Ramos (Kamehameha)
Defensive line: Maceal Afaese (Kapolei), Hiram deFries-Saronitman (Punahou), Ezra Evaimalo (Kamehameha), Cameron Faletufaga (Farrington), Shane Kady (Mililani), Liloa Kapiko (Saint Louis), Kenai Liua (Kahuku), Joshua Matagi (Farrington), Ezra Save (Mililani), Tevarua Tafiti (Punahou), Zefften Thompson-Avilla (Waianae), Timothy Timoteo (Saint Louis)
Linebackers: Lawaialani Brown (Saint Louis), Aaron Fonoimoana-Vaomu (Kahuku), Taelase Gaoteote (Campbell), Akalea Kapono (Kamehameha), Sonny Semeatu (Kapolei), Jeremiah Kauai (Campbell), Maninoa Tufono (Punahou), Bubba White (Kapolei)
Defensive backs: Pokii Adkins-Kupukaa (Campbell), Wendell Alob (Farrington), Frisco Aveau (Kahuku), Samson Cook (Waianae), Brian Cox (Saint Louis), Ezekiel Fesili-Ripley (Farrington), Fatu Iosefa (Mililani), Xaiston Kamehaloha (Waianae), Treshawn Kepa (Farrington), Tamatoa Mokiao-Atimalala (Campbell), Landen Shove (Kapolei), Vaisen Viloria (Mililani)
Defensive utility: Kalani Kamakawiwoole (Kamehameha), Teriq Lacaden (Kapolei), JL Lavea (Campbell), Justus Rogers-Makainai (Farrington)
Kickers: Tim Horn (Punahou), Garyn Napuunoa (Saint Louis), Preston Rezentes (Kamehameha)
Punters: Cy Kuboyama-Hayashi (Mililani), Landen Shove (Kapolei), Micah Tupua (Saint Louis)
Returners: Tevita Falatea (Kahuku), Reichel Vegas (Mililani), Keanu Wallace (Saint Louis)
All-purpose: Alex Fonoimoana-Vaomu (Kahuku), Peter Manuma (Campbell)
Other coaches that recieved consideration: Darren Johnson (Campbell), Rod York (Mililani)
Offensive Player of the Year: Dillon Gabriel, Mililani, QB, Sr.As the state's all-time leading passer, it's no surprise that Mililani's Dillon Gabriel is the ScoringLive All-Hawaii Open Division Offensive Player of the Year.
The senior southpaw threw for a whopping 3,754 yards and 38 touchdowns on a 56.7 percent clip to help lead the Trojans to the league title and a runner-up finish in the state tournament.
Gabriel, who will play collegiately at the University of Central Florida, finished his prep career with 9,973 passing yards with 104 TDs.
"He's a competitor," said Kahuku coach Sterling Carvalho. "He has such great command, he's a great field general. His team rallies around him, great quarterback. He plays to win the game."
Carvalho also praised Gabriel's ability to dissect opposing defenses.
"He goes through his reads and his progressions really well. He's able to break down coverages and throw to the open man. He sees the field well. He's very poised, whether he's in the pocket or out of the pocket. He has great composure."
Defensive Player of the Year: Faatui Tuitele, Saint Louis, DL, Sr.Saint Louis defensive lineman Faatui Tuitele is the Defensive Player of the Year, but teammate Jordan Botelho was strongly considered for the award as well.
In the end, Tuitele's consistent domination in the trenches edged Botelho's big-play ability.
"Tuitele was the man in the middle," Carvalho said of the University of Washington-bound senior. "He's really stout, good feet, good hand, quick first step. He's really big and fast, great combination. For his size, he's very quick."
Coach of the Year: Cal Lee, Saint LouisLong-time Saint Louis coach Cal Lee is the Open Division Coach of the Year as the Crusaders won the highest-tier state championship for the third straight year.
It's also worth noting that all of the titles that Saint Louis won in that span were all under a different starting quarterback.
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.