2021


Kahahawai was key cog in Warriors' back-to-back title run

CJ Caraang | SL

Player of the Year: Devin Kahahawai, Kamehameha, Sr.

Coach of the Year: Brad Miller, University Lab


FIRST TEAM


Lucky-Rose Williams

Punahou  •  Sr
OH

Maui Robins

Kamehameha  •  Sr
OH

Devin Kahahawai

Kamehameha  •  Sr
OH

Belle Iosua

Punahou  •  Sr
MB

Grace Fiaseu

Punahou  •  Jr
MB

Mokihana Tufono

Iolani  •  Sr
S

Jaclyn Matias

Punahou  •  Sr
S

Zoe Slaughter

Moanalua  •  Sr
L

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SECOND TEAM


Milan Ah Yat

University Lab  •  Jr
OH

Senna Roberts-Navarro

Iolani  •  Jr
OH

Reese Diersbock

Le Jardin  •  Jr
OH

Kailana Andrade

Kapolei  •  Sr
MB

Emmalei Mapu

Kahuku  •  Sr
MB

Makena Tong

University Lab  •  Sr
S

Haiti Tautuaa

Waianae  •  Jr
S

Payton Oliveira

Kamehameha  •  Sr
L


HONORABLE MENTION

Baldwin: Ariana Naipo.
Damien: Kenna Wengler, Kody Wengler.
Farrington: Aleejah Sunia.
Iolani: Anuhea Hauanio-Lore, Mari Lawton, Tessa Onaga.
Kahuku: Makayla Fonoimoana.
Kaiser: Shereya Ufuti.
Kalaheo: Jazzahlei Satele.
Kalani: Haylee Lyons.
Kamehameha: Adrianna Arquette, Nadia Koanui, Marley Roe.
Kamehameha-Hawaii: Maela Honma.
Kapolei: Kilinahe Andrade, Alizayha "Toodie" Sopi.
Kauai: Kaleonahe Bukoski.
Le Jardin: Gennezia Hawkins, Sydnee Walker.
Leilehua: Trinity Tatupu.
Maryknoll: Rozalynn Cabuena, Avery Perreira.
Mid-Pacific: Keikinani Puaa.
Mililani: Aria Miller, Jaelyn Tang.
Moanalua: Malu Garcia, Allexis Iramina.
Pearl City: Sierra Long.
Punahou: Lulu Uluave, Melie Vaioleti.
Seabury Hall: Kii Rilveria.
University Lab: Pii Carvalho, Maiah Kalima-Izumi.
Waianae: Nicanora Clarke, Leleapaoo Krug.

Player of the Year: Devin Kahahawai, Kamehameha, OH, Sr.

The University of Texas-bound outside hitter was quite the busy body last fall. Kahahawai missed the first four matches of the Interscholastic League of Honolulu season while she was representing the country at the FIVB U18 World Championships in Mexico, where she helped the Team USA capture a bronze medal. In her very first ILH action, Kahahawai slammed 28 kills in a four-set win over Iolani. Six days later, she posted 33 kills to help the Warriors rally to a five-set win over Punahou. Kahahawai helped the Warriors to an 8-5 record in league play and a 12-5 mark overall. They finished second in the ILH and she earned all-league first team honors. Kamehameha swept ILH champ, Punahou, in the Division I final for its second straight state championship. It is Kahahawai's second All-Hawaii selection; she was a second team selection as a sophomore in 2019.

Coach of the Year: Brad Miller, University Lab

In his first season at the helm, Miller guided the Jr. ‘Bows to a 13-4 overall record and third first league championship since 2010. After a 2-3 start to the season, UH Lab went 11-1 the rest of the way, which culminated with its first state crown since since 1990. Four players were selected to the Division II all-tournament team at states, including most outstanding player, Milan Ah Yat. Miller also was selected as ILH D2 Coach of the Year.


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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