Boys Soccer
Kapolei's Wren best in the OIA West




2019 All-OIA Western Division Boys Soccer selections
Selected by ScoringLive staff

Player of the Year: Sam Wren, Kapolei
Coaches of the Year: Mark Ishii, Ryan Lau and Neal Sakaue, Kapolei

FIRST TEAM
F — Kawika Kelii, Kapolei
F — Thomas Mascaro-Keahi, Kapolei
F — Thomas King, Pearl City
MF — Sam Wren, Kapolei
MF — Liam McGehee, Mililani
MF — Jvon Cunningham, Mililani
D — Kieran Raquedan, Kapolei
D — Cypress Navarro-Acio, Kapolei
D — Kekoa Kuloloia, Mililani
D — Joshua Ramos, Campbell
GK — Richard Seaman, Pearl City

SECOND TEAM
F — Manhattan Fukunaga, Mililani
F — Ayden Lawes, Mililani
F — CJ Tenbroeke, Campbell
MF — Kainoa Wong, Pearl City
MF — Reece Okada, Leilehua
MF — Zeth Bolosan, Pearl City
MF — Hunter Hoogenwerf, Kapolei
MF — Akoni Tom-Makue, Leilehua
D — Jacob Prothero, Mililani
D — Josh Ishizaka, Mililani
GK — Nicholas Gaston, Mililani

HONORABLE MENTION
Aiea: Reicin Crisostomo, Rycin Crisostomo, Skye Ventura-Kahookele
Campbell: Marcus Manipon
Kapolei: Elijah Badoyen
Leilehua: Devon Abad, Reece Amantiad, Ethan Asunction, Jaeden Chow, Kayde Mahuka, Collin Mims, Jacob Padilla, Lenny Oshiro
Mililani: Noah Ungos.
Nanakuli: Aalona Aleka, Kekoa Kealoha
Pearl City: Adin Draper, Michael Tokita
Radford: Jerrie Charles
Waialua: Gabrial Baptista, Ezra Sheridan
Waianae: Kenneth Joseph



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