HHSAA announces Hall of Honor class of 2019

Twelve student-athletes from 11 different schools, including the very first from Lanai, make up the 2019 class of the Enterprise Rent-A-Car/Hawaii High School Athletic Association Hall of Honor.

The group — made up of seven boys and five girls — was chosen from amongst a group of 46 applicants by a 14-person selection committee made up of current and former sports reporters, coaches and athletic directors. Each individual will receive a $2,000 scholarship courtesy of Enterprise Rent-A-Car.

The induction class is as follows:

• Naighel Calderon, Lanai (football, basketball, baseball)

• Duke Clemens, Punahou (football, basketball, baseball, track and field)

• Kelani Corbett, Leilehua (wrestling, judo)

• Kiran Costa, Kapaa (soccer, volleyball, football)

• Sunshine Fontes, Pearl City (soccer)

• Dillon Gabriel, Mililani (football)

• Ashley Gooman, Kamehameha (wrestling)
• Mikayla Kekoa, Kohala (volleyball, basketball, softball)

• Kameron Ng, Saint Francis (basketball, volleyball)

• Kalina Obrey, Kamehameha (basketball, volleyball)

• Faatui Tuitele, Saint Louis (football)

• Noah Wusstig, Moanalua (judo, wrestling)

The Hall of Honor class of 2019 includes from left to right: Sunshine Fontes (Pearl City), Faatui Tuitele (Saint Louis), Mikayla Kekoa (Kohala), Dillon Gabriel (Mililani), Kameron Ng (Saint Francis) and Ashley Gooman (Kamehameha). ScoringLive photo illustration    Purchase image

The class will be inducted at an awards dinner on Sunday, June 2, 5 p.m. at the Pomaikai Ballrooms.

It is the 38th consecutive year the Hall of Honor has recognized the top twelve senior student-athletes in the state. A complete list of inductees, dating back to the inaugural class of 1983, can be found here.

For more information on purchasing tickets to the dinner, email [email protected].



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