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Prep Football Preview Special
Prep Football Preview
Game of the Week
ScoringLive staffMay 19, 2019, 10:09pm
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 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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