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Life matters Award
Prep Football Preview
Game of the Week
ScoringLive staffNovember 14, 2016, 2:48pm
submitted by the Interscholastic League of Honolulu
Most Valuable Player: Ally Wada, Hawaii BaptistCoach of the Year: Myles Shioji, Hawaii Baptist
FIRST TEAMOH: Shelby Capllonch - Sophomore - DamienOH: Kallie Langford - Junior - Hawaii BaptistOH: Keri Lum - Senior - Hawaii BaptistOH: Peri Green - Senior - La PietraS: Nina Krupa - Senior - Le JardinOH: Kassidy Naone - Senior - Le JardinL: Kailey Young - Senior - Hawaii Baptist
SECOND TEAMDS: Naiya Fujikawa - Sophomore - Hawaii BaptistOH: Jessica Akiona - Junior - La PietraMB: Kaimionalani Cobb-Adams - Senior - Le JardinOH: Julia Fisher - Junior - Le JardinOH: Natalie Piper - Junior - Le JardinOH: British Dawson - Senior - University LabL: Kailee Lyons - Junior - Le Jardin
HONORABLE MENTIONTaylor Labanon, DamienHaliamaka Gora, DamienIlana Sagapolutele, DamienArdena Thompson, HanalaniTobey Young, HanalaniLove Barrett, HanalaniBritney O'Donnell, Hawaii BaptistBrienna Nishimura, Hawaii BaptistKaitlyn Flores, Iolani IICambrie Hoomanawanui, Iolani IIMarcee Nakamura, Iolani IIChrystal Tamoria, Iolani IIAlyssa Ujimori, Iolani IIKassidy Bates, Iolani IIArianna Lunow-Luke, Le JardinKaimilani DePonte-Merideth, Saint FrancisKahili Liu, Saint FrancisMisiona Ribeiro-Mene, Saint FrancisZayla Sismar-Evangelista, Saint FrancisCamryn Kaina, University LabCrimson Maafala, University Lab
Maryknoll wins their fourth-straight ILH title after routing Iolani by 20.
The Cougars' senior and Marauders' sophomore lead this week's Top Performers.
Tori Lynn Maeda scored all of Iolani's fourth quarter points to lead Raiders.
The Cougars and Sabers each had a player record a hat trick.
Moanalua and Kalani each survived barnburners to set up rematch.
Open will have six teams while D1 and D2 has eight teams each.