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Prep Football Preview Special
Prep Football Preview
Game of the Week
ScoringLive staffFebruary 27, 2019, 4:03pm
2019 All-OIA Eastern Division Boys Soccer selectionsSelected by ScoringLive staff
Player of the Year: Brison Kim, KalaniCoach of the Year: John Nakagawa, Kalaheo
FIRST TEAMF — Christopher Sigler, KalaniF — Lucas Shearer, KaiserF — Kai Takahashi, KalaheoMF — Mason Morishige, RooseveltMF — Brison Kim, KalaniMF — Noah Larson, KailuaMF — Marc Anthony Cabrera, KalaniD — Tytan Yamanaka, KaiserD — Dylan Catian, KalaniD — Jonathan Casey, KalaniGK — Cory Takiguchi, Kalani
SECOND TEAMF — Kane Enomoto, KalaniF — Kyler Halverson, KaiserMF — Loryn Moore, KaimukiMF — Yuto Townsend, McKinleyMF — Ethan Abalos, KaiserMF — Jaden Almazan, MoanaluaD — Wynn Uehara, KailuaD — Lucas Wright, KalaniD — Richard Yang, KaiserD — Tate Marlow, KahukuGK — Braden Uehara, Kalaheo
Honorable MentionKahuku: Cobi Ah Puck, Zach Hyatt, Joseph TaufaKailua: Dylen Pedrina, Trever TevesKaimuki: Maximus Ako, Kurt Kawamoto, Nabeel SamadKaiser: Shane Matson, Ian Ngonethong, Kai Nishibune, Ethan Ingwers, Emerson ErbKalaheo: Jaden Amasiu, Jack LemondsKalani: Kaedin OkimotoMcKinley: Eugene Kim, Justin VoMoanalua: Isaac Nakayama, Shun Saito, Mitchell Takara
Despite 21-18 loss to the Lunas, the Warriors move in while the Marauders (1-2) drop out.
Leilehua held Waipahu without an offensive touchdown until the game's final minute.
State championship rematch between Lunas & Warriors lived up to the hype Saturday night.
Na Menehune earned their second consecutive one-point victory in a turnover-prone game.
After a one-possession game, the Rough Riders scored three straight TDs to get the win.
Defense and special teams aided No. 2 Mililani in a 32-0 win against No. 5 Kahuku.