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Prep Football Preview Special
Prep Football Preview
Game of the Week
ScoringLive staffMay 17, 2019, 8:08pm
2019 All-OIA Division-I East Baseball selections
Player of the Year: Bryson Ewaliko, KailuaCoach of the Year: AD Mols, Roosevelt
FIRST TEAMC — Kamaehu Sanchez, Farrington1B — Mikey Hanano, Kailua2B — Rylan Terakawa, RooseveltSS — Christian Reasoner, Kaiser3B — Landon Shigeta, KaiserOF — Chase Iwamuro, RooseveltOF — Brandon Sarae, KailuaOF — William Wilinski, FarringtonU — Bryson Ewaliko, KailuaU — Zach Tanabe, RooseveltP — Curtis Chung, KaiserP — Clyde Enos, Farrington
SECOND TEAMC — Kalua Neves, Kailua1B — Bryson Sato, Moanalua2B — Gyson Oshiro, KaiserSS — Kalai Cabana-Zukeran, Castle3B — Kaden Stremick, KalaniOF — Brandon Chun-Ming, KaiserOF — Jesse Stroede, KaiserOF — Brandon Ting, KalaniU — Jalen Ah Yat, KailuaU — Keanu Kalaola, KailuaP — Baron Arquero, CastleP — Pono Lyman, Kaiser
HONORABLE MENTIONCastle: Shaden Borges, Wyatt Lizama, Jordan Muraoka, Ian Rivera, Fabian Silva-Pokipala, Nakoa Takahashi-Gaspar, Avery Takata, Tiger YonamineFarrington: Reece Carganilla, Brennan Caspillo, Shayden Fujimoto, Landon Furukawa, Treven Isobe, Payton Okada, Kody Pilor, Caleb Sherman, Reese Shioji, Jayden SorianoKailua: Chavis Conceicao, Raven Guathe-Santos, Ryan Inouye, Kayde Iranon, Matthew Kaleiohi, Shai Lolo-Tamashiro, Blazen Lono-Wong, Orion Medeiros, Quinn McMurray, Elijah Pittman, Taylor TakataKaiser: Cavin Lime, Brock PerreiraKalani: Cole Amine, Kai Matsumoto, Riece Myers, Cole Romo, Jace Tsutomi, Tyrus VielaMoanalua: Trent Nakata, Zak Tachino, Mathis YamamotoRoosevelt: Reese Kisaba, Hostas Pang, Champ Smith
Buffanblu is the lone unbeaten team in ILH Division-I play with a 5-0 league record
The Lunas jumped up two spots while Hilo checks in at No. 6 as Kamehameha falls to No. 9.
Leilehua is averaging 37.5 points and 427.5 yards of total offense in its last two games.
Trojans and Warriors trade nine total turnovers but Mililani still able to pitch shutout.
Waialua trailed 24-18 at the half, but executed down the stretch to turn back Kalaheo.
Safety concerns stemming from lighting issues led to the game being called at halftime.