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Prep Football Preview Special
Cougars' keeper Ashley Bethke named Player of the Year; Red Raiders' Gina Ahue named Coach of the Year.
Mules' Christian Johansen garners top honors in the West; Radford's Melanie Toloumu named Coach of the Year.
Na Menehune's Kai Rodriguez takes home East Player of the Year honors; Kahuku's Penny Toilolo named Coach of the Year.
Seariders' Shysten Nagasako named Player of the Year; Kahuku's Spencer Colburn named Coach of the Year.
Leilehua pitcher Koen Barton headlines OIA Division West selections; Campbell's Wayne Nagamine named Coach of the Year.
Cougars' Kanoa Morisaki named Player of the Year; Kailua's Corey Ishigo named Coach of the Year.
Taryn Irimata one of five Sabers named to the West first team; Campbell's Michael Hermosura named Coach of the Year.
Melody Makanaole-Baligad named Division II Player of the Year; Aiea's Alan Higuchi named Coach of the Year.
Kaiser's Rylee Yamasaki named East Player of the Year; Cougars' Mitch Matsumoto named Coach of the Year.
Falcons had five players garner first team selections; Kailua's Joseph Wood named coach of the year.
Senior guard Jonny Philbrick named player of the year; Surfriders' head coach Wally Marciel named coach of the year.
Sabers had three players on the first team; Campbell head coach Wyatt Tau named coach of the year.
Trojans win Western Division player of the year honors for the second year in a row; Waipahu's Brent Murakami named coach of the year.
Senior midfielder one of five Na Menehune garnering first team honors; Castle's Travis MacDonald named coach of the year.
Sabers' junior guard Aliyah Bantolina named player of the year; head coach Jazmine Corpuz named coach of the year.
Junior forward Alexus Maae was a force once again, putting up a league-leading 22.3 points per game for the Cougars.
Campbell WR Jonah Togafau-Tavui and Kahuku LB Leonard Ah You named Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year, respectively.
Mauraders' seniors Liatama Uiliata and Romeo Tagata named Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year, respectively.
Cougars' senior QB Easton Yoshino named Offensive POY; Chargers' senior LB Taohi-John Williams named Defensive POY.
Rodriguez joined by teammates Anae Asuncion and LC Nakagawa on the first team; Leilehua's Jerry Keola named Coach of the Year.
A total of three Red Raiders were named to the first team; Farrington's Raymond Patcho named Coach of the Year