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Prep Football Preview Special
Prep Football Preview
Game of the Week
The Campbell senior shortstop batted 0.524 through the OIA regular season and playoffs.
The Kailua senior led all Division I pitchers with 72 strikeouts on the year.
The Marauders' third baseman helped the team go undefeated in the regular season.
The Mililani senior outside hitter won the award two years ago as a first-year setter.
Na Menehune senior was a six-rotation player that attacked from all areas of the court.
Lorenzo was a key part of the senior-heavy OIA championship-winning Cougars squad.
The senior pitcher helped the Rough Riders go undefeated during the OIA D1 East play.
The senior catcher drove in 43 runs this season for the Rams.
The senior shortstop helped the Sabers go 15-0 during the regular season and playoffs.
The Kailua guard averaged 21.8 points per game during the OIA regular season and playoffs.
Hurricanes' senior floor leader helped Kapolei go undefeated during the regular season.
The senior scored a league-best 25 goals this season, including nine multi-goal games.
The senior midfielder was the driving force for the league champion Hurricanes this year.
Mules' senior swingman scored in double figures in nine regular season contests.
Red Raiders' sophomore guard helped Kahuku go 14-0 during the OIA season.
Future Rainbow Wahine helped Na Menehune go 8-0-1 during the regular season.
The senior striker finished as the state's leading scorer with 25 goals.
Ogata led Roosevelt to its first OIA title while Paama dominated the trenches for Kaimuki.
Moving Punivai to offense saved Castle's season while Alualu was huge for Menes up front.
Mililani went undefeated against all OIA opponents and won the league championship.
The sophomore outside hitter helped Na Menehune reach the OIA D1 semis and state tourney.
The junior Trojan led Mililani to the team's third OIA championship in eight years.