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Prep Football Preview Special
Prep Football Preview
Game of the Week
ScoringLive staffFebruary 28, 2020, 6:59pm
2020 All-OIA East Girls Soccer selectionsas selected by ScoringLive staff
Player of the Year: Alexis Davis, MoanaluaCoach of the Year: Nikki Dela Pena, Moanalua
FIRST TEAMF - Taylor Hayes, MoanaluaF - Khrystin Kohatsu, KailuaF - Alyssa Leong, KaiserMF - Amaia Rivera, CastleMF - Siarra May Sandoval, MoanaluaMF - Kylee Smith, KailuaMF - Summerly Smith, RooseveltD - Tichalyn Barroga, MoanaluaD - Kylie Ifuku, KaiserD - Elaine Muyano, MoanaluaGK - Alexis Davis, MoanaluaUT - Angelina Gonzalez, Roosevelt
SECOND TEAMF - Hiilani Gasper-Bright, CastleF - Ryan Kaneko, KalaniF - Kiana Ramie, KalaheoMF - Alyssa Enoki, MoanaluaMF - Mackenzie Felipe, KalaheoMF - Jordan Okuhara, KalaniD - Lina Miranda, CastleD - Maya Miura, RooseveltD - Ahyan Nawahine, KahukuD - Brianna Wong, RooseveltGK - Eryn Nagaishi, CastleUT - Reece Marrotte, Kailua
HONORABLE MENTIONCastle: Bethanee Hanaikee, Marie Sellers, Kalea ZimmermanFarrington: Claudine Bumanglag, Serenity Coloma-Espiritu, Andrea GattuKahuku: Jordan Abregano, Meg MaiavaKailua: Kiana Carvalho, Kiana Ching, Tori DeJournett, Kassi Hepfner, Kaena Kiaaina, Hilinai Keeno, Ashlyn NakashimaKaiser: Jacie Kaneshiro, Madison Mora, Mikayla SmithKalaheo: Liv Deeley, Caroline Gainey, Samantha Hutchinson, Kaikena KiaainaKalani: Sydney Griffiths, Florance HaakMcKinley: Kaile MartinMoanalua: Riley Echovaria, Elana Melton, Katie HelbushRoosevelt: Ashley Arakaki, Lea Mukai, Mai Pham
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