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Mililani's Gabriel, Farrington's Castilliano earn All-OIA Red POY honors




All-OIA Division I-Red Conference selections
Selected by ScoringLive staff

Offensive Player of the Year: Dillon Gabriel, Mililani (JR)
Defensive Player of the Year: Chasen Castilliano, Farrington (SR)
Coach of the Year: Mark Kurisu, Leilehua

FIRST TEAM
OFFENSE
QB: Dillon Gabriel, Mililani (JR)
RB: James McGary, Leilehua (JR)
WR: Isaiah Ahana, Kapolei (SR)
WR: Ryan Chang, Mililani (JR)
WR: Jeremy Evans, Leilehua (JR)
WR: Tamatoa Mokiao-Atimalala, Kapolei (SO)
OL: Scottie Agasiva, Mililani (SR)
OL: Saleaula Collins, Farrington (JR)
OL: Aaron Faumui, Kapolei (SR)
OL: Sione Veikoso, Kailua (SR)
OL: Noah Williams, Mililani (SR)
UTIL: Stephen Eter, Farrington (SR)

DEFENSE
DL: Aaron Faumui, Kapolei (SR)
DL: Tasi Malepeai, Mililani (SR)
DL: Foi Sila, Farrington (SR)
DL: Mykah Tuiolemotu, Mililani (JR)
LB: Darius Muasau, Mililani (JR)
LB: Richard Shimasaki, Leilehua (SR)
LB: Jalen Tuivaiave-Olomua, Mililani (SR)
LB: Blessing Umaga, Farrington (SR)
DB: Wendell Alob, Farrington (JR)
DB: Chasen Castilliano, Farrington (SR)
DB: Teriq Lacaden, Kapolei (JR)
UTIL: Dylan Toilolo, Kapolei (SR)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K: Damien Santiago, Mililani (SR)
P: Akoni Tom-Makue, Leilehua (JR)
RET: Reichel Vegas, Mililani (JR)

SECOND TEAM
OFFENSE
QB: Konapiliahi Andres, Leilehua (SR)
RB: Kilifi Malepeai, Mililani (JR)
RB: Samson Rasay, Kailua (SO)
WR: Keanu Barboza, Kapolei (SR)
WR: Chad Silva, Farrington (SR)
WR: Tanner Wright, Kailua (SR)
OL: Julius Buelow, Kapolei (JR)
OL: Rio Claytor, Mililani (SR)
OL: Kenoa Tillimwar, Leilehua (SR)
OL: Lynold Tuiloma, Nanakuli (SR)
OL: Bishop Victor, Leilehua (SR)
UTIL: Makana Smith, Castle (SR)

DEFENSE
DL: Damien Fauolo, Castle (SR)
DL: Shane Kady, Mililani (SO)
DL: Treven Maae, Kapolei (JR)
DL: Braxton Victor, Leilehua (SR)
LB: Bam Amina, Kapolei (SO)
LB: Laa Russell, Kailua (JR)
LB: Rocky Savea, Kapolei (SR)
LB: Alika Teramoto, Kailua (SR)
DB: Jerome Holliday, Leilehua (SR)
DB: Asher Pilanca, Mililani (SO)
DB: Bruddah Spencer-Choy Foo, Kailua (SR)
UTIL: Chayce Morgan, Nanakuli (SR)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K: Akoni Tom-Makue, Leilehua (JR)
P: Alika Teramoto, Kailua (SR)
RET: Titus Mokaio-Atimalala, Kapolei (FR)

HONORABLE MENTION
Castle: Bronson Buck, Cheyden Costa, Elijah-Poo Kekiwi, Kawai Naki, Bruce Pakele, Chasen Palaylay-Shuford, Blaize Rickard, Ezekiel Rombawa, Kauka Umiamaka, Jaylen Uyemura-Lee
Farrington: Chris Afe-Alaivanu, Bobby Alualu-Alo, Reginald Faamatau, Cameron Faletufuga, Treshawn Kepa, Titan Alii Persamino, Samsen Tanuvasa, Thane Tanuvasa, Liki Taoai, Ezra Williams
Kailua: Cameron Dudoit-Kamai, Chauncy Gonsalves-Bell, Kolo Hanawahine-Wong, Dakota Kadooka, Keiki Kalima, Gaege Kupahu, Dylan Kurahashi-Choy Foo, Aaron Mejia, Taylor Tagupa
Kapolei: Kevin Burkel, Kukea Emmsley, Lonenoa Faoa, Kaniala Kalaola, Saige Mactagone-Kuhaulua, Elijah Mahelona, Dylan Naehu, Peni Naulu, Tino Pule, Sunny Semeatu, Junior Tuia
Leilehua: Coltyn Cruse-Gombio, Sunny Kanamu, Aaron Kenigton, Kalani Iman, Marcus Spencer, Donavan Ugalino, Charles Vierra
Mililani: Cy Kuboyama-Hayashi, Charm Lomibao, Sergio Muasau, Rayson Motoyama, Mystic-Josiah Sampaga, Storm Sua, Jacob Tuatagaloa
Nanakuli: Reno Curtis, Clyde Enos, Thomas Nahinu, Pookela Piilani, Sinai Robello, Sean Souza, Joey Vea-Quitog, Willis Yin



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