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Punahou • SrP
Leilehua • SrP
Kamehameha • SrC
Leilehua • So1B
Campbell • Sr2B
Roosevelt • JrSS
Punahou • Jr3B
Campbell • JrOF
Kamehameha • SoOF
Maryknoll • SrOF
Punahou • SrU
Roosevelt • SrU
Leilehua • SrU
Campbell • SoP
Roosevelt • JrP
Kapolei • SrC
Kamehameha • Sr1B
Punahou • So2B
Waiakea • SrSS
Leilehua • Sr3B
Kapolei • SrOF
Pearl City • SrOF
Leilehua • JrOF
Iolani • JrU
Kapolei • JrU
Maryknoll • SrU
Baldwin: Alyssa Ferreira, Aliya Harmon, Jessica Ai, Jessasha Tanoue-Kekona
Campbell: Chloe Domingo, Anatasia Iosia, Zoie Recolan, Dyllan Sanay-Shiraishi
Castle: Kacie Lam
Iolani: Anna Arita, Kailyn Barrett
Kaiser: Primrose Aholelei, Christiana Aholelei
Kamehameha: Shaylee Alani, Maiah Motta
Kapolei: Kayli Nakoa
Lahainaluna: Seraya Casco, Kaaina Kalanikau
Leilehua: Alyssa Abe, Kayla Hale, Lovey Kepaa, Gwen Maeha, Mikayla Pinera
Maryknoll: Aloha Akaka, Baylie Kahele, Kanoe Tanigawa
Mid-Pacific: Marissa Nishihara
Mililani: Cheyenne Ardona, Kayla Bello, Kobe Brown, Katie Carlos, Tracie Okumura
Moanalua: Summer Kamioka, Kellie Kitano-Maguire, Iyana Reed, Kyler Tsukada
Pearl City: Tiari Hernandez, Braelynn Kaulu-Choy Foo, Alexas Presto-Ahsing, Hailey-Alexis Yamaguchi
Punahou: Ashanti Martinez, Kawailana Mielke, Eri Mizuguchi, Janell Sato
Roosevelt: Angel-Leigh Ching, Mika Emoto, Kylie Kawamura, Kanilehua Pitoy, Tiani Sniffen, Haylie Uetake
Waiakea: Jolene Hirata, Alize Kaapana, Johnacy Mackwelung, Halee Sweat
Waianae: Alohilani Napalapalai
Coaches that also received consideration: Boy Eldredge (Punahou), Kristin Fujii-Dias (Roosevelt), Lei Nakamura (Lahainaluna), Bo Saiki (Waiakea), John Uekawa (Maryknoll)
After capturing the first state softball crown in school history this spring, the Leilehua Mules swept All-Hawaii top honors in Division I.
Senior Kamryn Kamakaiwi was named Pitcher of the Year, sophomore first baseman/catcher Gianna Araki was tabbed as the Player of the Year, while first-year coach Wendell Au took home Coach of the Year distinction.
Pitcher of the Year: Kamryn Kamakaiwi, Leilehua, P/OF, Sr.The 5-foot-3 lefty compiled a record of 8-2 this season with 50 strikeouts and 26 walks. In 59 innings pitched, she allowed only 13 earned runs on 48 hits and her 1.56 earned run average was tops in the state among pitchers with a minimum of 20 innings logged this year.
"I think her being a lefty was a big benefit and the type of movement that she had made it even more in her favor because that's part of the game now — everybody hits fastballs — so some movement is what's going to be key and in my opinion, Kamryn has got the most movement in the whole state, plus she's a left-hander," Au said.
Kamakaiwi, the Oahu Interscholastic Association Division I West Player of the Year, was one of three pitchers that saw regular time in the circle for the Mules. Fellow senior Kaena Nistal went 4-1 with a 3.15 ERA and junior Alyssa Abe posted a 1-1 record with an ERA of 1.25.
"Their styles of pitching kind of complemented each other," Au added.
Kamakaiwi, who also saw time in right field, posted a .375 batting average with 18 hits, 15 runs scored and 13 RBIs in 48 at-bats.
Player of the Year: Gianna Araki, Leilehua, 1B, So.The 5-foot-5 Araki had a breakout season as a sophomore despite playing out of position. She posted a gaudy .467 batting average with 21 hits, 24 runs scored and 23 RBIs in 45 at-bats. Eleven of her base hits went for extra bases, including seven home runs, which tied her for the third most in all of Division I.
"Her primary position is catcher, but the whole mantra of our season was that, ‘even if that is your primary position, we need you to do what's best for the team,'" Au said.
Araki's natural position is catcher, but the Mules had a need at first base entering the season.
"I would step out and say that if Gigi is not the team's best catcher, she's right there, but we had a hole in first base and she's that talented to fill in and nobody would even question if she's a first baseman or not. She'll play first base with the best of them, but then again, she could play catcher with the best of them and third base with the best of them. She's talented, athletic and well-rounded," Au said.
Araki, an All-OIA D1 West First Teamer, also drew 18 walks this year and scored at least one run in all 17 games she appeared in. She had one of her team's two grand slams against Punahou in the title game.
Coach of the Year: Wendell Au, LeilehuaIn the very first season at his alma mater, Au led the Mules to the ultimate prize.
Leilehua opened the year with a lopsided, eye-opening win over three-time defending state champion Campbell, and at one point, reeled off eight wins over a nine-game stretch.
Despite losing in the OIA semifinals, Au's squad won its last five games — when it averaged more than 12 runs per game — including a resounding 14-4 win over Punahou in six innings in the state final.
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