Boys Volleyball
Leilehua's Johansen named All-OIA West Player of the Year




ALL-OIA BOYS VOLLEYBALL - WEST

Player of the Year: Christian Johansen, Leilehua
Coach of the Year: Melanie Toloumu, Radford

First Team

Manase Fetulimoeata, Mililani
Christian Johansen, Leilehua
Keahi Kaneakua, Radford
Fidelis Mauigoa, Aiea
Khendel Scully, Leilehua
Isaiah Tutuvanu, Waipahu
Keshawn Wardlow, Kapolei
Elward Westbrook, Nanakuli

Second Team

Tyson Apau, Waialua
Robert Dilks, Radford
Levi Harada-Suaava, Aiea
Julius Momoe-Mitchell, Campbell
Carson Nakamura, Mililani
Dayne Rego, Mililani
Ghreysen Scully, Leilehua
Tyce Nakamura, Waipahu

Third Team

Matthew Alferos, Pearl City
Isaac Guerrero, Radford
Kaisen Marinas, Waianae
Trevin Matsuba, Mililani
Julian Quartero-Echalas, Aiea
Brady Ryder, Radford
Hansen Salausa-Kaawa, Nanakuli
Maurice Tuala-Tamaalelagi O'Brien, Waipahu

Honorable Mention

Aiea: Marcus Tauanuu, Sila Unutoa, Reace Watkins
Campbell: Dezi Deliz, Mozaic Mulipola, Kainalu Pascua, Jake Rosales
Kapolei: Hurley Kennedy, Marino Teo
Leilehua: Zarien Carvalho, Bronson Hila-Puha, Kapukawai Natividad, Jhase Yee-Madrona
Mililani: Kaleo Della Sala, Tyler Duranceau, Evan Foki, Ethan George, Crisostomo Ibarra, Kapena Kanuch, Dayne Rego
Nanakuli: Daniel Decherong, Anthony Ezar, Renivoli Etimoni, Shayden Ramos, Ramzie Raquel
Pearl City: James Leapaga, Ethan Long
Radford: Julian Arcero, Kainalu Shiraishi, Jacob Toloumu
Waialua: Cyrus Lacar, Mason Medrano
Waianae: Dallas Manuku, Allen James Moe, Zach Moniz, Jahryck Muliagatele
Waipahu: Jarrick Bagaoisan, Jayzin Kaneao, Samson Leasiolagi, Uta Uta





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