All-BIIF West Division baseball list
Pos. Player Gr. School
C — Evyn Yamaguchi So. Konawaena
1B — Kai Fink Sr. Hawaii Prep 2B — Royce Torres-Torioka So. Konawaena
3B — Makana Canda Sr. Konawaena SS — Jarett Kitaoka Jr. Konawaena
OF — Mana Akima Sr. Kohala OF — Jayse Bannister Sr. Hawaii Prep
OF — Haku Daniels Sr. Honokaa OF — Domonic Morris Jr. Konawaena
P — Teaotai Buehler Jr. Kealakehe P — Dylan Shiraki Sr. Honokaa
U — Ryan Torres-Torioka Jr. Konawaena
Player of the Year Makana Canda, Konawaena
Coach of the Year Lloyd Fujino, Konawaena
• Hawaii Prep: Kama DeSilva, Zane Gray, Holden Pattengill
• Honokaa: Joey Charbonneau, Makani Dias, Damien Kahulimoku
• Kealakehe: Lennox Jones, Bricen Ferreira, Austin Galigo, Zaynan Sanchez, Bryson Vogelgesang
• Kohala: Ricky Ching, William Perez
• Konawaena: Vinny Chang, Race Gustafson, Jordan Miyahira-Young, Kea Miyahira-Young
Division II All-Tournament Team (compiled by HHSAA)
1B – Brock Ephan, Waimea 2B – Micah Luke, Waipahu
3B – Bronson Pulgados, Kamehameha-Hawaii SS – Kaelen Hirashiki, Maryknoll
OF – Jed Andrade, Maryknoll OF – Dominic Morris, Konawaena
OF – Dylan Sugimoto, Waipahu C – Keanu Dudoit-Isa, Kamehameha-Hawaii
P – Mikeo Rita, Waimea DH – Matapua Tulafale, Waipahu
U – Drake Yoshioka, Waipahu U – Bj Freitas, Waimea
Most Outstanding Player – Drake Yoshioka, Waipahu
Division I All-Tournament Team (compiled by HHSAA)
INF – Chayce Ka‘aua, Hilo INF – Brandon Kaupe, Baldwin
INF – Korin Medeiros, Waiakea INF – Tyler Tokunaga, Pearl City
OF – Eric Akamine, Castle
OF – Tanner Tokunaga, Pearl City OF – Kea Vierra, Kailua
C – Kean Wong, Waiakea P – Quintin Torres-Costa, Waiakea
U – Sumi Pruett, Pearl City U – Kodi Medeiros, Waiakea
Most Outstanding Player – Quintin Torres-Costa, Waiakea
54th Annual Wally Yonamine Foundation Division I Baseball State Championships at Les Murakami Stadium.
Waiakea 5, Castle 0
WAIAKEA (18-0) 001 001 3 – 5 9 0
CASTLE (11-7) 000 000 0 – 0 6 2
Quintin Torres-Costa and Kean Wong. Eric Akamine and Manoah Medrano. W – Torres-Costa. L – Akamine.
Leading hitters – Waiakea: Korin Medeiros 3-4, 2 RBIs; Davy Camacho 2-4, RBI. Castle: Andre Fraticelli double.
Long time UHH Vulcan Baseball coach, Joey Estrella, along with Vulcan softball coach Jaime Wallen, will be speaking at the next Vulcan Athletic Club luncheon in the Palm Lounge of the Naniloa on Tuesday, January 10 at noon.
As a baseball player at the University of Hawaii Manoa, Estrella was the first recipient of the annual Jack Bonham award for excellence on the field, in the class room and in public service.
Wallin enters her second season as the head coach of the softball program. The 2011 team amassed an overall season record of 28-14 and a Pac West record of 21-7. Wallin played collegiate softball at Pace University and Queens College. She was a 1997 all-conference selection at Pace and a two-time all-conference player at Queens. She has held coaching positions at Lafayette College, Sonoma State, Stony Brook, UC-Davis and Queens College.
The Vulcan Athletic Club is organized under the University of Hawaii Foundation and focused on providing financial, scholarship and service support to the UH-Hilo Department of Intercollegiate Athletics.
For information on or applications for the VAC call 974-7700. Applications will also be available at the luncheon.