2022


Kamehameha's Aluli, Punahou's Hashimoto tabbed for All-Hawaii top honors

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Offensive Player of the Year: Anuhea Aluli, Kamehameha, F, Sr.

Defensive Player of the Year: Mia Hashimoto, Punahou, D, Jr.

Coach of the Year: Ryan Leong and Shannon Leong, PAC-5


FIRST TEAM

Cheyenne Mattos

Campbell  •  Sr
F

Anuhea Aluli

Kamehameha  •  Sr
F

Ellie Gusman

Punahou  •  Jr
F

Leila Kahoano

Kamehameha  •  Sr
MF

Carly Ann Cormack

Punahou  •  So
MF

Kaehukai Kaaihue

King Kekaulike  •  Sr
MF

Kamryn Shigemoto

Mililani  •  Sr
D

Kainani Jacang

Kamehameha  •  Jr
D

Mia Hashimoto

Punahou  •  Jr
D

Solala Nasu

PAC-5  •  So
D

Marley Roe

Kamehameha  •  Jr
GK

Kailee Wilson

Mililani  •  Jr
UT

SECOND TEAM

Julia Oka

Pearl City  •  Fr
F

Ryan Kaneko

Kalani  •  Sr
F

Madelyn Dougherty

King Kekaulike  •  Sr
F

Kiana Muratsuka

Mililani  •  Sr
MF

Tahia Alexio

Iolani  •  Sr
MF

Teisha Moe

Kamehameha  •  Sr
MF

Nicole Beauchemin

Punahou  •  Jr
MF

Raine Komata

Mililani  •  Sr
D

Lindsey Nihei

Iolani  •  Sr
D

Charis Marie Ramos

Kamehameha  •  Sr
D

Dalen Lau

Punahou  •  Jr
D

Kylie Pascual

Punahou  •  Sr
GK

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THIRD TEAM

F: Brooke Bailey, Punahou - Jr
F: Xehlia Salanoa, Punahou - So
F: Kaleionahe Bukoski, Kauai - Sr
MF: Mari Ige, Mililani - Jr
MF: Mackenzie Nitta, Mid-Pacific - Sr
MF: Leila Leano, PAC-5 - Fr
D: Nanea Wong Yuen, KS-Hawaii - Sr
D: Shelby Hopeau, Kapolei - Sr
D: Kira Watase, Mililani - Sr
D: Sienna Inouye, Kamehameha - Sr
D: Eliana Akinaka, King Kekaulike - Sr
GK: Puameiti Farm, King Kekaulike - Jr

HONORABLE MENTION

Aiea: Alysa Slayter, Kiara Sugimura
Campbell: Kailani Balbas, Shaylynn Banaay, Kelli Canella, Trilogy Rivera
Castle: Hililani Gaspar-Bright, Lina Miranda
Damien: Breanne Moreilhon
Hawaii Prep: Catie Moynahan, Jordan Perry
Iolani: Kawai Acopan, Sydni Yoshida
Island School: Cass Hubbard
Kaiser: Malia Felix, Kaile Otani
Kalaheo: Liv Deeley
Kamehameha: Saraya Burghardt
Kamehameha-Hawaii: Kaylia Galindo
Kamehameha-Maui: Isabella Ayau, Madisun Gouyetes
Kapaa: Jessica Drent, Laulea Miike
Kapolei: Faith Hines
Kauai: Jaeda Planas, Coral Turner
Konawaena: Caiya Hanks
Leilehua: Alexyz Nakamoto
Mid-Pacific: Kate Nakamura
Mililani: Tauiai Fuamatu-Maafala, Tavena Oliveira, Kamalani Yamashita
Moanalua: Elana Melton, Rylie Echavaria, Maleah Kanayama
PAC-5: Kayla Arucan, Ashlyn Dowda-Gates, Riley Sagapolutele
Pearl City: Maia Santa Monica
Punahou: Emily Daehler, Jordyn Eldredge Sagapolutele, Paige Morihara, Xevani Salanoa, Ally Yoshimura
Roosevelt: Kayleigh-Ann Ragodos
Seabury Hall: Ella Powers
Waiakea: Kaitlin Beatty, Journey Morimoto
Waimea: Kendra Knapp

Offensive Player of the Year: Anuhea Aluli, Kamehameha, F, Sr.

Anuhea Aluli's effervescent presence on the pitch will be missed by the Kamehameha girls soccer team. Over the course of her four years in the program, Aluli has established herself as one of the state's top offensive threats from her forward position. She led the Warriors in goals scored as a sophomore with 10 and did so again this winter with a team-high seven goals. Three of her goals on the season came against ILH and state runner-up Punahou. Aluli helped Kamehameha compose a record of 11-0-2, which culminated with its 11th state championship. She was tabbed as most outstanding player of the state tournament and was also selected by ILH coaches as the league's offensive player of the year in Division I. Aluli was a part of three state titles in four years with the Warriors and is a two-time All-Hawaii honoree after she earned Second Team recognition as a sophomore. Aluli has signed with Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan and will be the program's first soccer player from the state of Hawaii.

Defensive Player of the Year: Mia Hashimoto, Punahou, D, Jr.

One would be hard-pressed to find a more valuable defender than Mia Hashimoto was for Punahou this season. The junior center-back anchored the Buffanblu defense, which posted six shutouts on the year and only once allowed an opponent to score more than one goal in a game. Hashimoto was a steady on-ball defender and just as effective in the air in defense of corner kicks and free kicks. She locked up opposing strikers, won most 50-50 balls and used her speed to beat opponents to long balls down the field. The Buffanblu surrendered only one goal through their first five games of the season and only two in four state tournament games. They blanked both Moanalua and Mililani in the first round and semifinals, respectively, and did not give up a goal in 100 minutes of play to eventual-state champion Kamehameha in the title match, which was ultimately decided by penalty kicks. Punahou finished 10-2-1 on the year and 7-1-1 in league play. Hashimoto was named to the all-tournament team at states and was later selected as ILH Defensive Player of the Year.

Co-Coaches of the Year: Shannon Leong and Ryan Leong, PAC-5

The father-son duo guided the Wolfpack to their first Division II state title since 2010 and did so despite the challenge of coaching both the PAC-5 girls' and boys' teams this winter. Four games into the ILH season, the Wolfpack were 0-2-2. However, they won six of their final seven games, including shutouts in their last four contests. PAC-5 hung tough, but lost 1-0 to both Punahou and Kamehameha in the ILH regular season.


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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