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Mililani • SrOL • 6'1 290
Saint Louis • JrOL • 6'4 344
Saint Louis • SrOL • 6'1 287
Kahuku • JrOL • 6'5 270
Saint Louis • SrQB • 6'1 175
Hilo • SrRB • 5'11 190
Kahuku • SrRB • 6'0 185
Campbell • SoWR • 6'0 180
Saint Louis • SrWR • 6'0 183
Saint Louis • SrWR • 5'11 150
Waianae • SrUT • 5'10 200
Kapolei • SrDL • 6'3 285
Kahuku • SrDL • 6'3 260
Saint Louis • JrDL • 6'4 299
Miki Ah You
Kahuku • JrLB • 6'1 200
Waianae • SrLB • 6'2 214
Saint Louis • SrLB • 5'11 220
Punahou • JrLB • 6'3 220
Campbell • SoDB • 6'0 180
Kahuku • SoDB • 6'0 157
Kamehameha • SrDB • 5'10 177
Saint Louis • SrDB • 6'1 158
Saint Louis • SrUT • 6'2 196
Saint Louis • SrK • 5'11 195
Kahuku • SrP • 6'3 248
Campbell • SoRET • 6'0 180
Quarterbacks: Chayce Akaka (Baldwin), Kaleo Apao (Hilo), Stephen Barber (Punahou), Krenston Kaipo (Campbell), Sol-Jay Maiava (Kahuku), Christian Manera (Kauai), Boogie Yam (Kamehameha)
Running backs: Toalei Lefau (Kahuku), Kilifi Malepeai (Mililani), Avery Miguel (Waimea), Naia Nakamoto (Maui), Samson Rasay (Kailua), Jalen Tuivaiave-Olomua (Mililani), Bishop Wickes (Baldwin)
Receivers: Fabian Bautista (Aiea), Jeremy Evans (Leilehua), Tamatoa Falatea (Punahou), Ezra Grace (Moanalua), Andrei Iosivas (Punahou), Skyler Ramos (Kamehameha), Reichel Vegas (Mililani)
Offensive line: Julius Buelow (Kapolei), Rio Claytor (Mililani), Saleaula Collins (Farrington), Logan Faitau (Farrington), Aaron Faumui (Kapolei), Dayne Hall (Kamehameha), Quinn Hoover (Kauai), Gerri-co Jenks (Waianae), Koa Kapahu (Hilo), Wilson Kerisiano (Waianae), Tilini Livai (Hilo), Cire Loo (Kahuku), Atarangi Moli (Aiea), Jayden Ramos (Maui), Paulo Soa (Punahou), Taylor Tagupa (Kailua), Mose Timoteo (Campbell), Elijah Unutoa (Kapaa), Kaiea Vera (Hilo)
Offensive utility: Thorton Alapa (Kahuku), Stephen Eter (Farrington), Jaykob Nakaahiki-Young (Kauai), Makana Smith (Castle), Anthony Trevino (Kealakehe)
Defensive line: Ezra Evaimalo (Kamehameha), Dayne Evangelista (Waianae), James Elisara Fisher (Maui), Damien Fauolo (Castle), Shane Kady (Mililani), Samson Kapule-Siilata (Kahuku), Ferenesi Lualemana (Aiea), Treven Maae (Kapolei), Tasi Malepeai (Mililani), Hale Motuapuaka (Punahou), Dylan Naehu (Kapolei), Kuresa Toledo (Hilo), Mykah Tuiolemotu (Mililani)
Linebackers: Hoku Arias (Kamehameha), Bronson Buck (Castle), Atu Falekaono (Maui), Kila Kamakawiwoole (Saint Louis), Dylan Kurahashi-Choy Foo (Kailua), Aloalii Laga (Baldwin), Isaac Liu (Hilo), Toto Mailo (Waianae), Darius Muasau (Mililani), Laa Russell (Kailua), Rocky Savea (Kapolei), Richard Shimasaki (Leilehua), Trent Shiraki (Punahou), Isaiah Taliulu (Saint Louis), Blessing Umaga (Farrington)
Defensive backs: Micah Bello (Hilo), Tony Cabral (Waianae), Dylan Duque (Campbell), Alex Fonoimoana-Vaomu (Kahuku), Tre'quan Henderson (Moanalua), Jerome Holliday (Leilehua), Kai Kaneshiro (Saint Louis), Teriq Lacaden (Kapolei), Marist Liufau (Punahou), Kaulana Makaula (Punahou), J-zen Napierala-Rose (Waianae), Tanner Ono (Punahou), Tevita Takitaki (Maui), Kamahoi Sanchez (Kamehameha), Kahiau Walker (Hilo)
Defensive utility: Wendell Alob (Farrington), Lauina Falatea (Kahuku), Micah Kim (Moanalua), Chayce Morgan (Nanakuli), Ezekiel Rombawa (Castle), Jeremiah Tauai (Campbell)
Kicker: Timothy Horn (Punahou), Akoni Tom-Makue (Leilehua), Ariel Villanueva (Campbell)
Punter: Hoku Parbo (Kauai), Alika Teramoto (Kailua), Atui Valu (Waianae), Matthew Watkins (Saint Louis)
Returner: Kaonohi Kaniho (Kahuku), Titus Mokiao-Atimalala (Kapolei), Alec Serrao (Kamehameha), Reichel Vegas (Mililani)
Other coaches that recieved consideration: Kaeo Drummondo (Hilo), Makoa Freitas (Kahuku), Darren Johnson (Campbell), Mark Kurisu (Leilehua)
Offensive Player of the Year: Chevan Cordeiro, Saint Louis, QB, Sr.When it was his time to shine, Chevan Cordeiro did not disappoint.
For two years, the Saint Louis signal-caller played backup to Tua Tagovailoa, the state leader in all-time career passing yards, patiently waiting for his opportunity to lead the Crusaders.
Like many Saint Louis greats before him, Cordeiro led the Crusaders to a championship at the highest level in Hawaii high school football: helping Saint Louis repeat as state champs with a 31-28 win over Kahuku in the Division I-Open title game last November.
Cordeiro, who will play collegiately for the University of Hawaii, also helped the Crusaders average 43.8 points per game and 446 yards of total offense en route to a perfect 10-0 season. He finished the season completing 67.2 percent of his passes for 3,157 yards and 29 touchdowns against just eight interceptions.
"That's a credit to his work ethic," longtime Saint Louis quarterbacks coach Vinny Passas said. "He works really hard at practice and after practice and is always trying to be first in conditioning runs. He's making sure that he's running right with his offensive line and running after practice and just leading by example."
While Cordeiro was a master in the pocket, he was also dangerous on the move, rushing for 454 yards and 10 scores on the season. All of his skills were showcased in the Crusaders' 47-23 semifinal win over Mililani when Cordeiro had the best game of his career. The 6-foot-1, 175-pound quarterback completed 24 of 29 attempts for a career-best 528 yards and five scores.
He also had his best rushing performance of the year, using his legs to pick up big chunks of yards, which included scrambles of 40 and 50 yards.
"I think that was the difference maker," Mililani coach Rod York said after the game. "I mean we had him and then he got out. He's a hell of scrambler. We watched it on tape — he's done it all year — we felt like we could get him, but credit his feet. He can move and the other thing was he found guys downfield when he needed to."
At the start of the season, people wondered how Saint Louis would fare with Cordeiro taking the helm after Tagovailoa. But now that everything is all said and done, fans all across the state can't wait to see what Cordeiro will do at the next level for the Rainbow Warriors.
Defensive Player of the Year: Kanai Mauga, Waianae, LB, Sr.If you were to ask someone to write down all the good things you can say about Waianae's Kanai Mauga, you better have extra pens and paper.
Unlike many that earn Player of the Year honors, Mauga did not lead the Seariders to a championship. In fact, the Waianae football team never even reached a title game during Mauga's varsity career.
But what goes beyond the accolades is a dynamic player — and an even better person — that gave the Seariders a fighting chance in every ballgame.
Mauga, who was a First Team All-Hawaii selection at defensive line a year ago, made the move to linebacker for his senior year and became a much-needed gamechanger for a Waianae team that averaged under 20 points per game. Whether it was ranging from sideline to sideline, blitzing the quarterback or dropping back into coverage, Mauga always seemed to find a way to make an impact night in and night out.
"He's very athletic and he just makes plays," said Aiea coach Wendell Say. "He's always hustling. That's another reason why he's around the field on those big plays because the kid is always hustling. He's got a motor."
Say, who coached Mauga in the JPS Classic when Mauga was a junior, added that Mauga's play on the field is matched by his character off the field. So when the University of Southern California — where Mauga will play collegiately — called Say during the summer to ask what he thought about Mauga, the Aiea coach did not hesitate to praise the Waianae standout.
"He's not just a great athlete, but a great person as well," said Say. "To see him do so well. It's like, 'shoots, he deserves everything he gets because he works so hard.' You just can't help but be happy for the kid."
Mauga also found a way to reach the end zone three times on defense: a 46-yard fumble return against Campbell, a 17-yard interception return against Moanalua and a 71-yard pick-six against Radford.
"He's a great athlete and he can play any position he wanted to," said Radford coach Lon Passos. "That was just a great play against us. He just jumped out and took it out of the air, in fact, I think he was blitzing on that play."
The 6-foot-2, 214-pound linebacker totaled over 50 tackles on the year and had five tackles for loss, three sacks, three interceptions and three pass breakups.
Coach of the Year: Cal Lee, Saint LouisThe longtime Saint Louis coach repeated as the ScoringLive All-Hawaii Division I Coach of the Year after the Crusaders defended their state title against Kahuku in the third straight meeting between the two teams in the final game of the season.
Saint Louis captured its fifth state title with a 31-28 win over the Red Raiders and capped a perfect 10-0 season to finish the year as the only team in Hawaii without a loss.
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.
2018 Division I All-Hawaii
2018 Division II All-Hawaii
2017 Division I All-Hawaii
2017 Division II All-Hawaii
2016 Division I All-Hawaii
2016 Division II All-Hawaii
2015 Division I All-Hawaii
2015 Division II All-Hawaii
2014 Division I All-Hawaii
2014 Division II All-Hawaii
2013 Division I All-Hawaii
2013 Division II All-Hawaii