Boys Basketball
Torres-Kahapea selected as All-OIA East POY




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

Player of the Year: Everett Torres-Kahapea, Kailua
Coach of the Year: Steven Leopoldo, Farrington

FIRST TEAM
Raefe McEnroe, Farrington
Ryan Pardini, Kalaheo
Geremy Robinson, Moanalua
Ty Shishido, Roosevelt
Everett Torres-Kahapea, Kailua

SECOND TEAM
Brandon Chung, Kalani
Ethan Erickson, Kahuku
Isaiah Lee, Kalani
Isaiah Sugiura, Moanalua
Kenji Toyama, Kaiser

THIRD TEAM
Frank Camacho, McKinley
Marcus Damuni, Kahuku
Isaiah Hopson, Kailua
DiAeris McRaven, Moanalua
Micah Visoria, Roosevelt

HONORABLE MENTION
Anuenue: Kane Kalua
Castle: Mana Kahoopii, Duke Nojima
Farrington: Felcris Ahadain
Kahuku: Lokana Enos
Kailua: Nainoa Peters, Lydell Romero
Kaimuki: HS Haruo, Koby Moananu
Kaiser: Mario Drummer, Dre Falls
Kalaheo: Ryan Owens, Luke Pardini, Kanoa Smith, Robert Thompson
Kalani: Steve Dole, Ryan Higashionna, Rylan Suzuki
McKinley: Aaron Kwon, Noah Omori
Moanalua: Elijah McGruder, DiAeris McRaven, Blaze Simon
Roosevelt: Chris Lee, Cameron Miyasato



ADVERTISEMENT


MORE STORIES

Cougars crash Red Raiders to claim OIA crown

Kaiser ended Kahuku's nine-year reign to win its first OIA championship.

Mililani girls, Radford boys win at OIA track

Trojans won their first girls title since 2008 while Rams won their 20th boys title.

No. 1 Campbell captures seventh OIA crown

Sabers down Mules for second consecutive OIA title and seeded state tournament berth.

Bulldogs pull away to claim OIA D2 crown

A seven-run sixth inning helped the Bulldogs end their 10-year title drought.

Kahuku steps through to OIA title rematch

Red Raiders and Kaiser will meet in a rematch for the OIA Championship.

Mules to face undefeated Sabers in OIA D1 final

Leilehua is seeking its first league crown, while Campbell is trying for its seventh.