Girls Water Polo
Bosque, McDonald take top ILH girls water polo honors




Interscholastic League of Honolulu Girls Water Polo All-Stars
(From ILH website)

Division I All-Stars

Most Valuable Player: Payton Bosque, Kamehameha, Sr.
Coach of the Year: Ken Smith, Punahou

FIRST TEAM
Emily Nomura, Iolani, Sr.
Laakea Dedrick, Kamehameha, Jr.
Kaley Yap, Mid-Pacific, So.
Malia Gacutan, Punahou, Sr.
Marissa Anne Miller, Punahou, Sr.
Danielle Kauahi, Punahou, Jr.

Goalkeeper: Haley Crabtree, Punahou, Sr.

SECOND TEAM
Ameila Moody, Iolani, Fr.
Emma Kim, Kamehameha, So.
Helena Lambeth, Mid-Pacific, Jr.
Robbie Bickerton, Punahou, Sr.
Micaela Kauhane, Punahou, Sr.
Kaya Lee, Punahou, So.

Goalkeeper: Mikaila Ng, Kamehameha, Jr.

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Division II All-Stars

Most Valuable Player: Kiana McDonald, Le Jardin, Sr.
Coach of the Year: Shari Smart, Punahou

FIRST TEAM
Emily Kapins, Iolani, Jr.
Kyra Kahahawai, Kamehameha, So.
Samantha Nakagawa, Kamehameha, Fr.
Mahiemaikalani Wilhelm, Le Jardin, Jr.
Josie Mobley, Punahou, Fr.
Nohea Lileikis, Punahou, So.
Lexie Taylor, Punahou, Sr.

Goalkeeper: Elizabeth Colby, Punahou, Sr.

SECOND TEAM
May Kamaka, Iolani, Fr.
Mikiala Ng, Kamehameha, Fr.
Kristin Terada, Kamehameha, Fr.
Kylee Giblin, Le Jardin, Sr.
Casey Garciia, Mid-Pacific, Fr.
Kimberly Oshiro, Mid-Pacific, Fr.
Mallory Meister, Punahou, Fr.

Goalkeeper: Keely Ah Loo-Takaki, Kamehameha, Fr.

HONORABLE MENTION
Kamehameha
: Makela Riordan.
Le Jardin: Haley Mansanas, Jaime Tom.
Mid-Pacific: Kailey Topping, Aleah Seamster.



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