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Marauders' Amorozo, Chargers' Tupuola-Fetui headline All-OIA D2 picks




All-OIA Division II Football selections
Selected by ScoringLive staff

Offensive Player of the Year: Braden Amorozo, Waipahu (SR)
Defensive Player of the Year: Zion Tupuola-Fetui, Pearl City (SR)
Coach of the Year: Kui Kahooilihala, Roosevelt

FIRST TEAM
OFFENSE
QB: Braden Amorozo, Waipahu (SR)
RB: Alfred Failauga, Waipahu (SO)
RB: Ieke Seei-Cleveland, Kaimuki (SR)
WR: Alika Ahsing, Waipahu (SR)
WR: Hunter Apau, Waialua (FR)
WR: Ezekiel-Kai Kapanui-Reyes, Waipahu (SR)
OL: Savior Iaulualo, Waipahu (JR)
OL: Tonga Kaufusi, Waipahu (JR)
OL: Hunter Mulu, Kaimuki (JR)
OL: Sama Paama, Kaimuki (JR)
OL: Jeremiah Taamu-Perifanos, Pearl City (SR)
UTIL: Seth Tina-Soberano, Kalani (SR)

DEFENSE
DL: Matthan Hatchie, Waialua (SR)
DL: Zion Tupuola-Fetui, Pearl City (SR)
LB: Justin Gatewood, Kalani (SR)
LB: Kaulana Kaluna, Jr., Kaimuki (SO)
LB: Centennial Kulikefu, Waipahu (SR)
LB: Mana Mahiai, Kaimuki (SR)
LB: Fiva Tulafale, Waipahu (SO)
DB: Jared Elwin, Roosevelt (SR)
DB: Zeondre Benjamin, Waipahu (JR)
DB: RJ Kami, Pearl City (JR)
DB: Cody Uehara, Kalani (SR)
UTIL: Kasey Kikuyama, Pearl City (SR)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K: Zameer Khan, Pearl City (SR)
P: Sio Uhatafe, Jr., Kaimuki (SR)
RET: Naomas Asuega-Fualaau, Kaimuki (SO)

SECOND TEAM
OFFENSE
QB: Jordan Solomon, Kaimuki (JR)
RB: Mitchell Camacho, Roosevelt (SO)
RB: Makoa Cooper, Pearl City (SR)
WR: Matthew Fiesta, Waipahu (JR)
WR: Travis Tagad, Kalani (SR)
WR: Ryu Yamane, Kalani (SR)
OL: Baylee Akana, Kalani (SR)
OL: Roman Moeone, Pearl City (SR)
OL: Stone Nielson, Roosevelt (SR)
OL: Kamana Nobriga, Roosevelt (SR)
OL: Ethan Toguchi-Tani, Kalaheo (SR)
UTIL: Sioeli Lopes-Liutolo, McKinley (SR)

DEFENSE
DL: Amo Montero, Waipahu (JR)
DL: Ricci Moon III, Kaimuki (SR)
DL: Paulsson Solomon, Pearl City (SR)
LB: Kody Kikuyama, Pearl City (SO)
LB: Manuele Pulusila, Waipahu (SO)
LB: Alihakaua Rodrigues, Pearl City (SR)
LB: Ezekiel Samuelu, McKinley (SR)
LB: Tasi Sofakini, Roosevelt (SR)
DB: Kymani Ayonon, Waialua (SR)
DB: Deacon Kapea, Waipahu (JR)
DB: Justin Pfau, Pearl City (JR)
UTIL: Justus Neufeldt, Kalaheo (SR)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K: Wayne McCellan, Kalani (SR)
P: Zion Tupuola-Fetui, Pearl City (SR)
RET: Jaden Amasiu, Kalaheo (JR)

HONORABLE MENTION
Kaimuki: Josiah Antolin, Richard Burton, Saburban Castillo, Torey Faimealelei, Suliveti Nisa, Elijah Lemalu, Chesney Ludwig, Daniel Moefu-Tautofi, Clein Palik, Shaun Slade, Falisi Uhafate, Kyle Viyavong
Kalaheo: Kahanu Gerona, Robert Gribbons, Micah Jahnke, Jordan Neufeldt
Kalani: Kai Anderson, Kody Bahn, Sheldon Chu, Ikaika Holden, Logan Matsuoka, Allen Nelson, Jerick Robinson, Drake Sapp, Kai Sigler, Joshua Titialii, Simi Tupuola, Zachary Wong, Matthew Wu, Justin Yasutake
McKinley: Kaiwi Ahina, Iulio Atonio, Laulii Iosefa, Randy Lau, Frank Steffany, Jonah Stephens, Zephaniah Vulivalu
Pearl City: Burkhardt Aitavale, Isaiah Asinsin, Andre Carter, Chase Cudiamat, Aidan Fernandes, Kobe Jackson, Shayden Mcmoore, Micah Quillopo-Jamile
Roosevelt: Caine Fitiausi-Fung, Lansen Fung, Marcus Hee, Shastyn Kekahuna, Kahiau Kahooilihala, Chris Molina-Kalamau, Isaiah Rosa, Uperesa Samia
Waialua: Joshua Franks, Titus Fuaiava, Justyce Lacar, Emilio Lorenzo
Waipahu: Tarynce Antolin, Dhelton Bandonill, Kealii Barrett, Aszerus Moli-Wilson, Rylee Oneill, Alii Siu-Aelua, Hercules Valoaga



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