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Kailua's Ewaliko tabbed as All-OIA East POY




2019 All-OIA Division-I East Baseball selections

Player of the Year: Bryson Ewaliko, Kailua
Coach of the Year: AD Mols, Roosevelt

FIRST TEAM
C — Kamaehu Sanchez, Farrington
1B — Mikey Hanano, Kailua
2B — Rylan Terakawa, Roosevelt
SS — Christian Reasoner, Kaiser
3B — Landon Shigeta, Kaiser
OF — Chase Iwamuro, Roosevelt
OF — Brandon Sarae, Kailua
OF — William Wilinski, Farrington
U — Bryson Ewaliko, Kailua
U — Zach Tanabe, Roosevelt
P — Curtis Chung, Kaiser
P — Clyde Enos, Farrington

SECOND TEAM
C — Kalua Neves, Kailua
1B — Bryson Sato, Moanalua
2B — Gyson Oshiro, Kaiser
SS — Kalai Cabana-Zukeran, Castle
3B — Kaden Stremick, Kalani
OF — Brandon Chun-Ming, Kaiser
OF — Jesse Stroede, Kaiser
OF — Brandon Ting, Kalani
U — Jalen Ah Yat, Kailua
U — Keanu Kalaola, Kailua
P — Baron Arquero, Castle
P — Pono Lyman, Kaiser

HONORABLE MENTION
Castle: Shaden Borges, Wyatt Lizama, Jordan Muraoka, Ian Rivera, Fabian Silva-Pokipala, Nakoa Takahashi-Gaspar, Avery Takata, Tiger Yonamine
Farrington: Reece Carganilla, Brennan Caspillo, Shayden Fujimoto, Landon Furukawa, Treven Isobe, Payton Okada, Kody Pilor, Caleb Sherman, Reese Shioji, Jayden Soriano
Kailua: Chavis Conceicao, Raven Guathe-Santos, Ryan Inouye, Kayde Iranon, Matthew Kaleiohi, Shai Lolo-Tamashiro, Blazen Lono-Wong, Orion Medeiros, Quinn McMurray, Elijah Pittman, Taylor Takata
Kaiser: Cavin Lime, Brock Perreira
Kalani: Cole Amine, Kai Matsumoto, Riece Myers, Cole Romo, Jace Tsutomi, Tyrus Viela
Moanalua: Trent Nakata, Zak Tachino, Mathis Yamamoto
Roosevelt: Reese Kisaba, Hostas Pang, Champ Smith



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