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Prep Football Preview Special
Prep Football Preview
Game of the Week
ScoringLive staffNovember 8, 2017, 2:36pm
Forty high school student-athletes put their futures in writing Wednesday morning at the annual Education First National Letter of Intent Early Signing Day ceremony at the Waikiki Elks Club.
The group of high school seniors included athletes signing to play baseball, golf, softball, volleyball and water polo.
Notable players that inked their letter of intent is Punahou outside hitter and reigning All-Hawaii Boys Volleyball Player of the Year Ryan Wilcox (University of California, Santa Barbara) and Ally Wada (University of San Francisco), a multi-sport athlete for Hawaii Baptist that was the All-Hawaii Division II Girls Basketball Player of the Year two season ago.
A full list of the signees are listed below.
National Letter of Intent signeesName (High School), Sport - College/University
Shane Adams (Mid-Pacific), Baseball - Hawaii Pacific Univeristy Jessica Hunter Akiona (La Pietra), Volleyball - University of West Alabama Kahi Bisho (Punahou), Baseball - University of Kansas Claire Choi (Punahou), Golf - Santa Clara University Matthew Erickson (Mid-Pacific), Baseball - Santa Clara University Rhyenne-Gabriella Filisi (Maryknoll), Volleyball - West Virginia University Jhenna Gabriel (Maryknoll), Volleyball - University of Texas, Austin Savana Greene (Punahou), Volleyball - Pepperdine University Paige Hilliard (Punahou), Volleyball - Louisiana State University Remington Hirano (Punahou), Golf - University of San Diego Cole Hogland (Iolani), Volleyball - University of Hawaii, ManoaTrevor Ichimura (Iolani), Baseball - Washington State University Summer Kamioka (Moanalua), Softball - Lindenwood University, BellevilleDanielle Kauhi (Punahou), Water Polo - University of California, Santa BarbaraKolbee Kealoha (Saint Francis), Softball - William Jewell College Tate Lutu (Sacred Hearts), Volleyball - Chaminade University Miki Manta (Kalani), Golf - California State University, SacramentoAllysha Mae Mateo (Maryknoll), Golf - Brigham Young University Aria McComber (Punahou), Volleyball - Washington State University Jameson Mckibbin (Punahou), Volleyball - University of Southern California Raynna Mekaru (Maryknoll), Softball - Pacific Lutheran University TiaRose Nagami (Maryknoll), Volleyball - University of Sioux Falls Malia Nam (Kaiser), Golf - University of Southern California Shall Niu (Kahuku), Volleyball - George Mason University Sammie Ofoia (Saint Francis), Softball - Southern Illinois University, EdwardsvilleStone Parker (Kailua), Baseball - University of Kansas Joelle Perreira (Saint Francis), Softball - Eastern Arizona College Lii Pontes (Kamehameha), Baseball - University of Hawaii, ManoaXeryah Salanoa (Punahou), Volleyball - Temple University Nicholas Sampson (Campbell), Baseball - Santa Clara Korrey Siracusa (Mililani), Baseball - California State University, FullertonLanakila Sturm (Kamehameha), Volleyball - North Greenville University Keene Tanaka (Iolani), Baseball - Colorado School of Mines Haylie Uetake (Roosevelt), Softball - Pacific University (Oregon)Kiana Vierra (Kamehameha), Basketball - University of California, Santa BarbaraAlly Wada (Hawaii Baptist), Volleyball - University of San Francisco Ryan Wilcox (Punahou), Volleyball - University of California, Santa BarbaraHailey-Alexis Yamaguchi (Pearl City), Softball - Eastern Arizona College Sheena Yoshioka (Punahou), Volleyball - St. Johns University Wyatt Young (Mid-Pacific), Baseball - Pepperdine University
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