Girls Basketball
Kahuku's Naeata headlines best OIA East ballers




2019 All-OIA East Girls Basketball selections
selected by ScoringLive staff

Player of the Year: Leiah Naeata, Kahuku
Coach of the Year: Latoya Wily, Kahuku

FIRST TEAM
Taeya Blakeney, Kaiser
Kaelyn Espinda, Kaimuki
Kalena Halunajan, Kalani
Kamalu Kamakawiwoole, Kalani
Leiah Naeata, Kahuku

SECOND TEAM
Trinidee Kahunahana, Kaiser
Colby Lane, McKinley
Sadie Ann Luiz, Roosevelt
Raven Rosa-Lasco, Moanalua
Dionna Woodson, Moanalua

THIRD TEAM
Alayna Akiona, Kalani
Briarra Nakihei, Castle
Setita Prescott, Farrington
Taylor Tateyama, Roosevelt
Shayla Young, Castle

HONORABLE MENTION
Anuenue: Teani Apaisa-Gould
Castle: Noelani Beard, Rayjah Majit-Gorion, Reilani Roller, Meleana Turner
Farrington: Angel Baptista, MJ Lorraine Peralta
Kahuku: Maya Claytor, Tati Kamae, Aja Tapusoa, Meleana Tonga
Kailua: Christine Escalante, Bianca Richardson-Phillips
Kaimuki: Jasmine Chipen-Ii, Samantha Ono, Nani Pfeiffer-Kekoa, Misha Remigio
Kaiser: Stephanie Cannon, Macy Hill, Kylee Mahiko, Dacee Tsue
Kalaheo: Sidney Dominguez, Tati Sampson
Kalani: Heidi Kishiba, Shelby McDaniel, Daesha Viela
McKinley: Cheenie Melgazo, Cerina Noh
Moanalua: Kylie Casinas, Sierra Kauweloa, Breanne Louis-Merry, Mercedes Smith
Roosevelt: Kanilehua Pitoy, Tia Sofa



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