Boys Volleyball
Matautia, Liva named OIA Players of the Year




OIA BOYS VOLLEYBALL ALL-STARS

As selected by league coaches

EAST DIVISION

Player of the Year: Austin Matautia, Moanalua
Coach of the Year:
Alan Cabanting, Moanalua

First team

Austin Matautia, Moanalua - 6'4 senior
Keaunui Ah You, Kahuku - 6'2 junior
Micha Maiava, Kahuku - 5'11 senior
Kainoa Peterson, Kalaheo - 6'4 senior
Jon Stanley, Kaiser - 6'1 sophomore
Larson Tuileta, Kalani - 6'0 sophomore
Spencer Chipen-li, Kaimuki - 5'8 seniro (setter)
David Dennis, Kalani - 5'8 senior (libero)

Second team

Jack Andrade, Castle - 6'7 senior
Seyj Engleman, Moanalua, 5'8 senior
Kahku King, Roosevelt - 6'2 junior
Ethan Mann, Castle - 5'9 senior
Nakoa Nunies, McKinley - 6'4 senior
Martin Tigilau, Kailua - 6'0 senior
Cameron Renaud, Kahuku - 5'10 junior (setter)
Parker Lui, Moanalua - 5'8 senior (libero)

Honorable Mention

Anuenue: Kamana'opono Grace-Kekawa
Castle: Onipaa Olds, Keawe Saizon
Farrington: Joziah Anakalea, John Salacup
Kahuku: Slader Bark, Jurell Kai, Alaifatu Tito
Kailua: Iopa Hue Sing-Paman
Kaimuki: Vaitoelau Rosen, Anthony Tolenna
Kalaheo: Danny Beaton
Kalani: Joshua Ho'opai, Aaron Oyasato, Bryce Somera
McKinley: Joseph Abe, Kevin Nagasawa
Moanalua: Christian Dela Cruz, Nalu Demello, Christian Harvey, Zachary Kagehiro, Kalai Leopoldo, Zackary Miyamoto

WEST DIVISION

Player of the Year: Isaac Liva, Mililani
Coach of the Year:
John Ing, Mililani

First team

Isaac Liva, Mililani - 6'5 senior
Hezekiah Agiga, Waianae - 6'1 senior
Clifford Carvalho-Clarke, Campbell - 5'11 senior
Sene Malala, Aiea - 6'1 junior
Willie Richardson, Kapolei - 6'0 junior
Andrew Simanu, Waipahu - 5'11 senior
Christian Ramoran, Waipahu - 5'9 senior (setter)
Ejay Tagabi, Waipahu - 5'5 senior (libero)

Second team

Austin Enos, Waianae - 6'2 senior
Kamalu Kaaa, Mililani - 6'4 senior
Blaze Kahukina, Waianae - 6'3 sophomore
Mila Sapolu, Nanakuli - 6'2 senior
Gordon Tunupopo, Leilehua - 6'4 senior
Landon Young, Waianae - 6'1 senior
Zavier Lieb, Mililani - 5'8 senior (setter)
Gavin Custodio, Waianae - 5'8 senior (libero)

Honorable Mention

Aiea: Travis Hauki, Ariq Vergado-Duclayan
Campbell: Edward Arakaki, Matthew Solo
Kapolei: Saiona Faumuina, Donovan-Eli Leopoldo-Vierra
Leilehua: Gavin Lapenia, Jerry Loera Jr., Dylan Orosco
Mililani: Jordan Burgess, Sili Fuiava, Chance Guillermo, Jake Lafata, Samuel Palompo, Brandon Rabang
Nanakuli: Nakanaela Kipi , Kaneloa Perkins,
Pearl City: Blaze Dela Pena, Toby Kammunkun, Cameron Retmer
Radford: Joshua Fontanilla, Alika Merck, Sean Musrasrik, Jacob Nino, Keanu Tenorio
Waialua:Richard Kamakea, Darin Valmoja-Khleang, Daytin Vivad-Albeso
Waianae: Seireadon Sana, Jaden Tanabe-Yeager
Waipahu: Storm DeAsis, Dru Pagud, Jeminae Solomua



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