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Game of the Week
ScoringLive staffOctober 31, 2017, 9:43pm
OIA Bowling All-StarsSubmitted by OIA
Player of the Year: Cailee Sasano, MoanaluaCoach of the Year: Geri Mehrtens, Moanalua
First TeamCailee Sasano, MoanaluaSpencer Sakuma, MoanaluaElyse McCabe, KalaheoTaryn Ho, RooseveltJazmyn Lazo, Moanalua
Second TeamEmiley Hadano, MoanaluaGiavonna Kalaiwaa, KailuaAlex Takamori, KailuaG'voni Kalaiwaa, KailuaBrianne Lee, Kalani
Player of the Year: Gwen Maeha, Leilehua Coach of the Year: Chad Pojas, Leilehua
First TeamGwen Maeha, LeilehuaKourtney Adams, CampbellShaylynn Matas, KapoleiKiana Saito, AieaTaylor Ishisaka, Mililani
Second TeamSydni Inafuku, Pearl CityZaria Dudley, LeilehuaChristine Madrona, Pearl CityCiana Pelekai, RadfordJasyn Abadilla, Waipahu
Player of the Year: Micah Freitas, CastleCoach of the Year: Randy Lee, Castle
First TeamMicah Freitas, CastleDylan Shugart, KalaniReese Shimatsu, CastleDylan John Peters, KalaheoJed Lutes, Kalaheo
Second TeamNoa Kahue-Delapinia, CastleMathis Yamamoto, MoanaluaBaron Arquero, CastleNoah Maye, KalaheoMason Harada, Castle
Player of the Year: Richard Armstrong, RadfordCoach of the Year: Corey Zukeran, Mililani
First TeamRichard Armstrong, RadfordAkira Sanco, MililaniJake Brett, KapoleiChase Fernandez, LeilehuaChasen Olita, Aiea
Second TeamKaneala Peters-Clark, CampbellDaniel Odette-Spillner, WaipahuAlex Abadilla, WaipahuJaysten Jones, KapoleiTylan Kim-Arellano, Kapolei
2018 All-Hawaii Baseball D2 Player of the Year to follow brother's footsteps to Corvallis.
Gerri-Co Jenks knew at a young age that his responsibilities were greater than his peers.
The 2009 Iolani graduate spent the last five seasons as an assistant at his alma mater.
Among those participating was former Cincinnati Reds pitcher Ian Kahaloa (Campbell '15).
High school grads Bello, Hoopii-Tuionetoa, Branton and Rios signed to respective teams.
Bradley Wood learned the timeless lessons of hard work and sacrifice from his mom Jessica.