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Prep Football Preview Special
Prep Football Preview
Game of the Week
ScoringLive staffMay 7, 2017, 7:48pm
Now in its fourth year, the ScoringLive Distinguished Athlete Awards, presented by the Great Aloha Run, honor standout student athletes for their performance over the course of the 2016-17 sports season, at an invitation-only banquet set for May 21 at the Manoa Grand Ballroom.
The culminating awards of the ceremony are the Male and Female Athletes of the Year, and we are proud to announce the finalists for this season.
They are, in alphabetical order:
Male Athlete of the YearTua Tagovailoa, Saint Louis School - footballJessiya Villa, Kahuku High School - basketballJun Ho Won, Moanalua High School - golf
Female Athlete of the YearDanielle Cervantes, Campbell High School - softballLia Foster, Punahou School - swimmingKylee Kim-Bustillos, Iolani School - soccer
Pizza Hut Newcomer finalists selected
The Pizza Hut Newcomer is awarded for superior performance by a male and a female student-athlete participating in their first full year of play in varsity athletics.
This year's finalists, in alphabetical order are:
Male NewcomerJordan Donahue, Damien Memorial School - baseballAlfred Failauga, Waipahu High School - footballRyo Minakata, Hawaii Prep Academy - tennis
Female NewcomerElena Oglivie, Iolani School - volleyballJaeda McFarland, Pearl City High School - softballNanea Estrella, Lahainaluna High School - wrestling
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