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ScoringLive staffFebruary 27, 2019, 4:01pm
2019 All-OIA Western Division Boys Soccer selectionsSelected by ScoringLive staff
Player of the Year: Sam Wren, KapoleiCoaches of the Year: Mark Ishii, Ryan Lau and Neal Sakaue, Kapolei
FIRST TEAMF — Kawika Kelii, KapoleiF — Thomas Mascaro-Keahi, KapoleiF — Thomas King, Pearl CityMF — Sam Wren, KapoleiMF — Liam McGehee, MililaniMF — Jvon Cunningham, MililaniD — Kieran Raquedan, KapoleiD — Cypress Navarro-Acio, KapoleiD — Kekoa Kuloloia, MililaniD — Joshua Ramos, CampbellGK — Richard Seaman, Pearl City
SECOND TEAMF — Manhattan Fukunaga, MililaniF — Ayden Lawes, MililaniF — CJ Tenbroeke, CampbellMF — Kainoa Wong, Pearl CityMF — Reece Okada, LeilehuaMF — Zeth Bolosan, Pearl CityMF — Hunter Hoogenwerf, KapoleiMF — Akoni Tom-Makue, LeilehuaD — Jacob Prothero, MililaniD — Josh Ishizaka, MililaniGK — Nicholas Gaston, Mililani
HONORABLE MENTIONAiea: Reicin Crisostomo, Rycin Crisostomo, Skye Ventura-KahookeleCampbell: Marcus ManiponKapolei: Elijah BadoyenLeilehua: Devon Abad, Reece Amantiad, Ethan Asunction, Jaeden Chow, Kayde Mahuka, Collin Mims, Jacob Padilla, Lenny OshiroMililani: Noah Ungos.Nanakuli: Aalona Aleka, Kekoa KealohaPearl City: Adin Draper, Michael TokitaRadford: Jerrie CharlesWaialua: Gabrial Baptista, Ezra SheridanWaianae: Kenneth Joseph
Twelve student-athletes, including the first from Lanai, will be honored June 2.
The Campbell senior shortstop batted 0.524 through the OIA regular season and playoffs.
The Kailua senior led all Division I pitchers with 72 strikeouts on the year.
The Marauders' third baseman helped the team go undefeated in the regular season.
The Mililani senior outside hitter won the award two years ago as a first-year setter.
Na Menehune senior was a six-rotation player that attacked from all areas of the court.