Distinguished Athlete Awards honors 23


 



ALA MOANA — For the sixth consecutive year, ScoringLive celebrated exceptional athletic achievement from 23 student-athletes at our annual Distinguished Athlete Awards presented by Ala Moana Hotel by Mantra Saturday, June 6 in the Hibiscus Ballroom at the Ala Moana Hotel.

Iolani soccer's Lincoln Oishi was named Male Distinguished Athlete of the Year while Kamehameha basketball's Kalina Obrey took home the Female Distinguished Athlete of the Year award, both given to the top overall athlete in a single sport during the past year.

The Pizza Hut Newcomer Award recognizes superior performance by a male and female student-athlete participating in their first full year of play in varsity athletics. Damien basketball junior Jake Holtz and Iolani softball freshman Ailana Agbayani were awarded as the male and female recipients, respectively. It was the first time an All-Hawaii Player of the Year was also chosen for the Pizza Hut Newcomer Award.

All-Hawaii Players of the Year Sunshine Fontes, Elena Oglivie and Alfred Failauga were also selected for the Pizza Hut Newcomer Award in previous years.

Hawaii News Now sports reporter Kainoa Carlson served as the master of ceremonies and the event was streamed live on the Hawaii News Now facebook page.


Football

Open Division Offensive Player of the Year — Dillon Gabriel, Mililani '19
Open Division Defensive Player of the Year
 — Faatui Tuitele, Saint Louis '19
Division I Offensive Player of the Year
 — Alfred Failauga, Waipahu '20
Division I Defensive Player of the Year — Deacon Kapean, Waipahu '19
Division II Offensive Player of the Year — Joshua Tihada, Lahainaluna '20
Division II Defensive Player of the Year — Sama Paama, Kaimuki '19

Boys Basketball
Division I Player of the Year — Kameron Ng, Saint Francis '19
Division II Player of the Year — Jake Holtz, Damien '20

Girls Basketball
Division I Player of the Year — Kalina Obrey, Kamehameha '19
Division II Player of the Year — Alexis Dang, Hawaii Baptist '20

Boys Soccer
Offensive Player of the Year — Skyler Goo, Saint Louis '19
Defensive Player of the Year — Lincoln Oishi, Iolani '19

Girls Soccer
Offensive Player of the Year — Sunshine Fontes, Pearl City '19
Defensive Player of the Year — Carley Park, Kamehameha '21

Girls Volleyball
Player of the Year — Elena Oglivie, Iolani '20

Boys Volleyball
Player of the YearMax Slaughter, Moanalua '19

Baseball
Division I Positional Player of the Year — Micah Yonamine, Iolani '19
Division I Pitcher of the YearKaipo Haole, Baldwin '19
Division II Player of the YearTai Atkins, Kamehameha-Hawaii '19

Softball
Division I Positional Player of the YearAleia Agbayani, Iolani '19
Division I Pitcher of the YearNadia Delzer, Campbell
Division II Player of the YearSierrah Kupihea, Saint Francis '19

Pizza Hut Newcomer of the Year Award
Male Newcomer — Jake Holtz, Damien '20 basketball
Female Newcomer — Ailana Agbayani, Iolani '22 softball

Distinguished Athlete Awards
Male Athlete of the Year — Lincoln Oishi, Iolani '19 soccer
Female Athlete of the Year — Kalina Obrey, Kamehameha '19 basketball

All-Hawaii Coaches of the Year were also recognized and awarded an acrylic plaque printed by Service Printers Hawaii. FIRST ROW (left to right): Kohala softball's Terrance Alcoran, Kamehameha girls basketball's Pua Straight, ScoringLive founder Brien Ing. SECOND ROW: Iolani softball's Benny Agbayani, Waipahu football's Bryson Carvalho, Campbell girls soccer's James Curran, Maryknoll basketball's Kelly Grant, Iolani boys volleyball's Jordan Inafuku, Sacred Hearts girls volleyball's Raymond Patcho, Hawaii Baptist girls basketball's Robin Yamaguchi, Punahou baseball's Keenan Sue. Punahou boys soccer's David Trifonovitch was also present. CJ Caraang | SL    Purchase image

Past Male, Female Distinguished Athlete Award winners:
  » 2013-14: Joshua Terrao (Mid-Pacific), Jasmine Mau (Punahou)
  » 2014-15: McKenzie Milton (Mililani), Chanelle Molina (Konawaena)
  » 2015-16Vavae Malepeai (Mililani), Chanelle Molina (Konawaena)
  » 2016-17Tua Tagovailoa (Saint Louis), Lia Foster (Punahou)
  » 2017-18Chevan Cordeiro (Saint Louis), Cherilyn Molina (Konawaena)



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