Girls Volleyball
Mililani's Rodriguez leads All-OIA Western Division selections




All-OIA Girls Volleyball Western Division
As selected by ScoringLive staff

Player of the Year: Alexis Rodriguez, Mililani, OH, Jr.
Coach of the Year: Jerry Keola, Leilehua

FIRST TEAM

OH - Alexis Rodriguez, Mililani
MB/OH - Trinity Tatupu, Leilehua
MB/OH - Malinah Purcell-Telefoni, Kapolei
MB/OH - Alohi Garcia, Waialua
MB - Marley Matautia, Nanakuli
S - Anae Asuncion, Mililani
S/OPP - Haiti Tautuaa, Waianae
L/OH - LC Nakagawa, Mililani

SECOND TEAM

OH - Jamilyn Amina, Campbell
OH - Henua Moefu, Kapolei
OH - Haley Coggins, Radford
OH - Ana Liilii, Aiea
MB/OH - Anniversary Felisi, Leilehua
MB/OPP - Polaris de Mont, Mililani
S/OPP - Marlayina Masani, Campbell
L/OH  - Paige Paaluhi, Mililani

THIRD TEAM

OH - Leleapaoo Krug, Waianae
OH - Tyanah Mokiao-Atimalala, Campbell
OH - Keala Paz-Powell, Nanakuli
OH/OPP - Malia Laulu, Waipahu
MB/OH - Larrynn-Alexis Joseph-Rodrigues, Waianae
MB - Lesina Matatumua-Vermeulen, Radford
S - Brynn Basilio-Chun, Waialua
L - Kaitlin Kiko, Kapolei

HONORABLE MENTION

Aiea: Jacie Chaviera, Falikipaame Taufa, Alexandra Ver, Tehani Yamashita.
Campbell: Irie Chong, Hanalei Seui.
Kapolei: Sanoe Baldomero, Marley Hartley, Shayla Lacamiento, Leila Paraoan.
Leilehua: Seia Atualevao, Hannah Felisi, Tatiana Nena.
Mililani: Journey DePonte, Erica Roberts.
Nanakuli: Kasi Amaral, Sera Kaai, Khiana Kauweloa, Crysta Westbrook.
Pearl City: Aierlyn Cabanlet, Simone Decatur, Harley Kaopuiki, Whitney Kilton, Sierra Long, Makayla Monzon, Shilee Scanlan.
Radford: Isabelle Alatani, Anna Allman, Vaalele Avegalio, Maria Cabasag, Ashlynn Evans, Sharlet Pauulu.
Waialua: Skylie Lacar, Tehani Militante, Tehya Militante, Lilinoe Nahinu, Kailia Phillips, Kanoe Santiago.
Waianae: Taylee Evangelista, Leicel Kepoo-Caspino, Shyla Wagner.
Waipahu: Amelia Heimuli, Shea Oshio, Alea Paiva, Kahlan Soon.





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