Girls Water Polo
Lietzke, Ogden, Perreira take top ILH honors




Interscholatic League of Honolulu Girls Water Polo All-Stars
as selected by the ILH

DIVISION I

Most Valuable Player: Dillyn Lietzke (SO), Punahou
Coach of the Year: Ken Smith, Punahou

First Team
Laakea Dedrick (SR), Kamehameha
Shaye Story (FR), Kamehameha
Danielle Kauahi (SR), Punahou
Naia Young-Kingsbury (SR), Punahou
Kaya Lee (JR), Punahou
Christina Hicks (SO), Punahou
GK: Mikaila Ng (SR), Kamehameha

Second Team
Hannah Silva (SR), Iolani
Mahie Lee (SR), Kamehameha
Lori Char (JR), Kamehameha
Hannah Petko (SR), Mid-Pacific
Kaley Yap (JR), Mid-Pacific
Anuhea Ledesma (SR), Punahou
GK: Sarah Perez (JR), Punahou

Honorable Mention
Iolani: Emily Kapins, Tia Wolfgramm
Mid-Pacific: Helena Lambeth, Casey Garcia, Kayla Garo-Drzymala

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DIVISION II

Co-Most Valuable Player: Saige Ogden (JR), Kamehameha
Co-Most Valuable Player: Andie Perreira (SO), Sacred Hearts
Coach of the Year: Shari Smart, Punahou

First Team
Liana Wong (SO), Kamehameha
Connor Wilhelm (SR), Le Jardin
Kaehuokalani Topping (FR), Mid-Pacific
Isabelle Horio (JR), Punahou
RaeAnn Uyeda (FR), Punahou
Kaimi Duncklee (SO), Sacred Hearts
GK: Emily Bender (SO), Punahou

Second Team
Caroline Edelheit (JR), Iolani
Keanuenue DeSoto (FR), Kamehameha
Jaime Tom (SR), Le Jardin
Skylar Webb (FR), Le Jardin
Alexandra Tom (SR), Punahou
Ten Kusaka (SO), Sacred Hearts
GK: Peyton Ku (SO), Mid-Pacific

Honorable Mention
Kamehameha: Kahonilani Harryman, Michaela Lum
Le Jardin: Mia Barret, Katherine Jeszenszky
Mid-Pacific: Hunter Nottage, Lily Zimmerman
Punahou: Tiana Hamamoto, Olivia Klem, Elizabeth Rooks
Sacred Hearts: Kaianalii Rosa-Grace, Kailee Jackson



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