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ScoringLive staffMay 7, 2018, 8:47pm
2018 All-OIA Division I East selectionsAs selected by ScoringLive staff
Player of the Year: Mari Foster, Roosevelt, Sr.Coach of the Year: Dean Oshiro, Moanalua
FIRST TEAMC — Precious Aholelei, Kaiser, Jr.INF — Maya Nakamura, Roosevelt, Jr.INF — Tiani Sniffen, Roosevelt, Fr.INF — Kanilehua Pitoy, Roosevelt, Fr.INF — Iyana Reed, Moanalua, Sr.OF — Jadalee Takara, Roosevelt, Jr.OF — Kacie Lam, Castle, Sr.OF — Angel-Leigh Ching, Roosevelt, So.P — Jaeda Cabunoc, Roosevelt, Jr.P — Primrose Aholelei, Kaiser, Jr. U — Mari Foster, Roosevelt, Sr.U — Kyler Tsukada, Moanalua, Sr.
SECOND TEAMC — Haylie Uetake, Roosevelt, Sr.INF — Mika Emoto, Roosevelt, Sr.INF — Kylie Kawamura, Roosevelt, Jr.INF — Kellie Kitano-Maguire, Moanalua, So.INF — Summer Kamioka, Moanalua, Sr..OF — Denise Nagayama, Kailua, Sr.OF — Shianne Pezel, Kalaheo, Jr.OF — Tehani Keola-Aquino, Kaiser, Jr.P — Jada Young, Moanalua, So.P — Dyani Cummings-Lani, Kailua, Sr.U — Salina Serikawa, Kailua, So.U — Christiana Aholelei, Kaiser, Sr.
HONORABLE MENTIONCastle: Rayla Keanu, Ashaiya Lopes, Mele Turner, Shayla YoungFarrington: Kylie Carganilla, Keila MillerKailua: Kamaile Hanawahine, Jennika Odo, Bryanna-Marie Soares, Harley TexeiraKaiser: Ivane Aholelei, Nala Dombrowski, Tahani Kahawai-Robertson, Trinidee KahunahanaKalaheo: Rheanna Bain, Shaley SalisMoanalua: Aleksya Batoon, Raven Rosa-Lasco
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