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Prep Football Preview Special
Rough Riders represented on first team by twins Maya and Kaya along with Clara Lee; Sue Nishioka named coach of the year.
Senior pitcher Christen Horita led the way for Falcons at both the plate and in the circle.
Hurricanes' Jerzie Liana named Player of the Year; Trojans' head coach Rose Antonio named coach of the year.
Marauders' Logan Chun named player of the year, one of five players named to the first team.
Mililani setter Brycen Yadao named player of the year; Pearl City's Sean Chang tabbed coach of the year.
Na Menehune senior outside hitter named Player of the Year; Roosevelt's Kaui Mendonca tabbed coach of the year.
Sophomore catcher Damian Griffin was the leader in hits for Nanakuli, who won its first ever league crown in 2022.
The senior ace was undefeated on the mound for Kalani, who went 10-2 during the regular season.
The senior shortstop batted 0.515 during the regular season and the OIA playoffs.
The senior midfielder scored 11 goals on the year and helped the Cougars finish first in the OIA East with a 9-0-1 record in the regular season.
The junior found the back of the net 16 times in 11 games for Na Alii this season and finished as the leading goal scorer in the OIA.
The 6-foot-3 senior guard averaged 21.9 points per game and helped the Red Raiders finish third in the OIA D1 tournament.
Senior Trey Lieb was tabbed as the top player from the West, helping to lead Mililani to an unblemished record through league play.
The Falcons' senior forward was second in the OIA and first in the Eastern Division with 18 goals scored this season.
The Trojans' senior center-back anchored a stingy defense that surrendered only one goal in 13 league matches this year.
The sophomore forward averaged 15.2 PPG and helped the Cougars go undefeated in the regular season.
The junior guard's solid all-around play helped the Sabers win their first-ever OIA championship
Carvalho was the top receiver in the Open Division while Lefau was a sentry at the linebacker position.
Olie helped Na Alii capture their first league crown since 2003 while Akana was an elite edge rusher with 13 sacks in five games.
Yoshino was one of the top passers in D2 while Mahiko was a dominant two-way player for the Cougars.
The senior MB was an explosive all-around player that helped Kahuku win the league crown.
The senior setter was at the controls of a Kapolei squad that dropped just one set in the regular season.