Girls Volleyball
Mililani's Danielson, Miller share top All-OIA West honor




2019 All-OIA Girls Volleyball Western Division selections
Selected by ScoringLive staff

Co-Player of the Year: Falanika Danielson, Mililani
Co-Player of the Year: Aysia Miller, Mililani
Coach of the Year: Val Crabbe, Mililani

FIRST TEAM
Kailana Andrade, Kapolei
Emma Berry, Mililani
Falanika Danielson, Mililani
Alexis Kepa, Kapolei
Aria Miller, Mililani
Aysia Miller, Mililani
Toodie Sopi, Kapolei
Chevy Wagner-Chun, Waianae

SECOND TEAM
Emma Harada-Suaava, Pearl City
ShayAnn Hoohuli, Nanakuli
Kalei Irvine, Waianae
Alohilani Keola, Leilehua
Shania Kepoo-Caspino, Waianae
Kelsie Nakashima, Aiea
Kaanela Pae, Nanakuli
Precious Tauanuu, Aiea

THIRD TEAM
Kenna Casil, Campbell
Aiyana Fujiyama, Leilehua
Brynne Hopeau-Lampitoc, Campbell
Jaysia Kalaola, Campbell
Kawehi Marinas, Kapolei
Ayanna Nunuha, Kapolei
Moanikeala Paz-Powell, Nanakuli
Jaelyn Tang, Mililani

HONORABLE MENTION
Aiea: Kylie Kitashima, Kassia Lee, Tyla Reese Mane, Sasia Neerman-Hinds, Keahe Ribuca, Autumn Williams
Campbell: Alexis Akaka, Janee Hernandez, Jaylissah Kalaola, Demi Shiraishi, Talia Tuitele
Kapolei: Kilinahe Andrade, Angel Nahinu, Alamea Transfiguracion
Leilehua: Lily Enanoria, Aniya Hawthorne, Trinity Tatupu
Mililani: Mariah Fukumoto, Nicole Kimura, Elle Rimando, Jasmine Pascua
Nanakuli: Ella Comelison, Anahera Kila, Daislyn Laulu, Sierra Nahulu
Pearl City: Noelani Feliciano, Madison Garcia, Makayla Kahakai-Niihau, Jaynah Martin
Radford: Angel Asaah, Serenity Feleti, Cerina Molina, Teana Reyes-Roman, Manu Seei
Waialua: Ocean Escorzon, Rhayvyn Hirayama, Tausala Moeaveave, Trinity Ozoa
Waianae: Gabby Canienero, Jahnay Jardine, Leimomi Punihaole
Waipahu: Anna Penitusi, Savannah Pilialoha



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