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Trojans top All-OIA Open standouts




All-OIA Open Division selections
Selected by ScoringLive staff

Offensive Player of the Year: Dillon Gabriel, Mililani
Defensive Player of the Year: Mykah Tuiolemotu, Mililani
Coach of the Year: Darren Johnson, Campbell

FIRST TEAM
OFFENSE
OL: Julius Buelow, Kapolei
OL: Sir-Wallace Chanel, Campbell
OL: Sergio Muasau, Mililani
OL: Micah Soliai-Howlett, Kahuku
OL: Jacob Tuatagaloa, Mililani
QB: Dillon Gabriel, Mililani
RB: Sky Lactaoen, Campbell
FB: Toalei Lefau, Kahuku
WR: Ryan Chang, Mililani
WR: Titus Mokiao-Atimalala, Campbell
WR: De'Zhaun Stribling, Kapolei
UTIL: Raymond Millare, Farrington

DEFENSE
DL: Zion Ah You, Kahuku
DL: Tausili Fiatoa, Kahuku
DL: Shane Kady, Mililani
DL: Mykah Tuiolemotu, Mililani
LB: Darius Muasau, Mililani
LB: Peni Naulu, Kapolei
LB: Bubba White, Kapolei
DB: Pokii Adkins-Kupukaa, Campbell
DB: Wendell Alob, Farrington
DB: Tamatoa Mokiao-Atimalala, Campbell
DB: Asher Pilanca, Mililani
UTIL: Nalu Emerson, Kahuku

SPECIALISTS
K: Micah Fonoti, Kapolei
P: Ethan Erickson, Kahuku
RET: Raymond Millare, Farrington
AP: Duke Heffernan, Kahuku

SECOND TEAM
OFFENSE
OL: Elijah Aken, Waianae
OL: Logan Faitau, Farrington
OL: Elijah Mahelona, Kapolei
OL: Caleb Matagi, Farrington
OL: Trycen Mau, Kahuku
QB: Krenston Kaipo, Campbell
RB: Wesley Alo-Maiava, Kahuku
RB: Kilifi Malepeai, Mililani
WR: Maka Hill, Mililani
WR: Cy Kuboyama-Hayashi, Mililani
WR: Mason Pauolo, Kahuku
UTIL: Selau Kalani, Farrington

DEFENSE
DL: Cameron Faletufaga, Farrington
DL: Kenai Liua, Kahuku
DL: Ezra Save, Mililani
DL: Zefften Thompson-Avilla, Waianae
LB: Aaron Fonoimoana-Vaomu, Kahuku
LB: Taelase Gaoteote, Campbell
LB: Sonny Semeatu, Kapolei
DB: Samson Cook, Waianae
DB: Ezekiel Felisi-Ripley, Farrington
DB: Treshawn Kepa, Farrington
DB: Landon Shove, Kapolei
UTIL: JL Lavea, Campebell

SPECIALISTS
K: Liam McGehee, Mililani
RET: Reichel Vegas, Mililani
AP: Alex Fonoimoana-Vaomu, Kahuku
AP: Peter Manuma, Campbell

HONORABLE MENTION
Campbell: Jadon Arola, Kaipo Enos-Ho, Jalen Henderson, Tyrese Tafai, Jeremiah Tauai, Bryson Tuisaloo, Harrington Waa
Farrington: Chris Afe-Alaivanu, Bryson Alualu, Andrew Elijah Juan Cabuco, Saleaula Collins, Cameron Faletufuga, Joshua Matagi, TJ Paleafei, Tymon Paleafei, Rjay Tagataese, Samsen Tanuvasa
Kahuku: Cobi Ah Puck, Miki Ah You, Frisco Aveau, Bryce Beatty, Tevita Faleta, Kaonohi Kaniho, Zealand Matagi, Peter John Mataira, Robert Sauvao, Joseph Taufa, Tuia Tupuola, Enokk Vimahi
Kapolei: Noa Bailey, Kevin Burkel, Teriq Lacaden, Isaiah Mareko, Zion-Jabez Robello, Ikari Stokes, Ezekiel Waiolama
Mililani: McKenna Alcover, Muelu Iosefa, Kekoa Kuloloia, Raysen Motoyama, Javon Olomua, Mark Pasternak, Kiai Ramos, John Tuiletufuga
Waianae: Selu Cook, Paul Fano, David Feleti, Kenneth Joseph, Titus Kahooilihala, Xaiston Kamehaloha, Shaun Kekahuna-Kailikea, Etuati Lui, Kalena Sione, Diesel Tuinei



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