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Waiakea Athletic Awards Announced

BOYS AIR RIFLERY BRANDON LAU
GIRLS AIR RIFLERY Kellie Iwasaki
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL KEIRSA PAKANI-TSUKIYAMA
BOYS BOWLING JACE OKUTSU
GIRLS BOWLING CHELSEA CAMELLO
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY Jackson Halford
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY Kelsie Kobayashi
CHEERLEADING  
FOOTBALL DEFENSIVE JULIAN LEE
FOOTBALL OFFENSIVE Nu’ulaiti Aiava
BOYS SOCCER JAMES YAMANE
GIRLS SOCCER Kiara Torres-AhSing
 BOYS CANOE PADDLING WOODLIN NELSON
GIRLS CANOE PADDLING KASSIE AZEVEDO
BOYS SWIMMING REN KUWAYE- TAMANAHA
GIRLS SWIMMING RACHEL SHIMIZU
BOYS WRESTLING PAT ENOS
GIRLS WRESTLING TANALEI LOUIS
BOYS BASKETBALL RYLAN KAWAZOE
GIRLS BASKETBALL Alyssa Ferreira
BOYS GOLF CHAD SUZUKI
GIRLS GOLF Ciera Min
BOYS TENNIS ISAIAH BRILHANTE
GIRLS TENNIS SARAH DVORAK
WATER POLO LAUREN HILL
BASEBALL David Camacho
 BOYS JUDO SCOTT MIYAKE
GIRLS JUDO TANALEI LOUIS
SOFTBALL SKYLER AGRIGADO-TOGAFAU
BOYS VOLLEYBALL  
BOYS TRACK AND FIELD MICHAEL MORIKAWA
GIRLS TRACK ANDS FIELD Kelsie Kobayashi
   
CARLING NABARRO SERVICE AWARD WARD KANAKAOLE
COACH OF THE YEAR Bill Sakovich, Lody Switzer, Kevin Yee
MOST INSPIRATIONAL FEMALE KEIRSA PAKANI-TSUKIYAMA, Lauren Hill
MOST INSPIRATIONAL MALE JORDAN MAGLINTI
   
FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR TANALEI LOUIS
MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Kayed Rodrigues
   
FEMALE FRANCIS YAP  Megan Kimura
MALE FRANCIS YAP David Camacho 
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May 25, 2012 Posted by | Events | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

All BIIF Volleyball Selections – Blue Bracket

First team      Player Gr. Pos. School

Waihilo Chartrand 12 Outside hitter Hilo   Destynee Figueroa 12 Outside hitter Hilo

Leeta Grap 12 Middle blocker Hawaii Prep   Ariana Kaleo 12 Middle blocker Waiakea

Shae Kanakaole 11 Outside hitter Kamehameha  Kawehi Lopez 12  Defender/libero Kamehameha

Keirsa Pakani-Tsukiyama 12 Outside hitter Waiakea

Player of the Year: Leeta Grap, Hawaii Prep

Coach of the Year: Kyle Kaaa, Kamehameha

Second team   Player Gr. Pos. School

Tehane Agbayani 11 Setter Kamehameha  Kaylee Castillo 12 Setter Keaau

Jacie Chang 12 Setter Hilo   Randi Estrada 12 Outside hitter Keaau

Macy Hayashi 12 Outside hitter Waiakea  Bree Kaneakua 11 Middle blocker Kamehameha

Kalei Paige 12 Middle blocker Kamehameha

Honorable mention

HPA: Katie Case, outside hitter; Gabbie Ewing, outside hitter; Nani Lum, libero; Nua Potts, setter; Tiana Reynolds, middle

Hilo: Amanda Loeffler, rightside hitter; Leilani Smith, middle; Ena Tilini-Livai, middle; Evalani Toledo, rightside hitter

Honokaa: Monica Muskat, middle; Precious Chong, setter

Kamehameha: Khalia Moke-Sakamoto, setter

Keaau: Pakalana Kaneta-Nobriga, libero; Munirah Msikizi-Jackson, middle; Anamalia Suesue, middle

Pahoa: Bethany Viernes, middle

Waiakea: Janel Dulan, middle; Tanalei Louis, libero; Shanice Navarro, setter

December 15, 2011 Posted by | volleyball | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

HHSAA Girls Volleyball State Championship Results

New City Nissan/HHSAA Girls Volleyball State Championships

Division I on Maui

 Kaiser defeated Kamehameha-Hawaii, 25-23, 25-17, 18-25, 19-25, 15-12

Leaders — Kaiser: Nikki Taylor 19 kills; Haley Durham 12 kills, 5 blocks; Courtney Phillips 6 blocks. KS-Hawai’i: Katelynne Paleka-Kennedy 22 kills; Kanoe Salazar 11 kills.

 Punahou defeated Mililani, 25-21, 25-11, 25-20

Leaders — Punahou: Carly Kan 13 kills; Brigitte Russo 8 kills, Tai Manu-Olevao 7 kills. Mililani: Jordyn Keamo 6 kills, Syanne Cossey 5 kills.

 at Kamehameha-Schools-Maui

 Kamehameha defeated Kahuku, 25-16, 23-25, 25-10, 28-26

Leaders — Kamehameha: Brittany-Ann Kalepa 12 kills; Misty Ma’a 12 kills; Talia Jardin 10 kills, 4 solo blocks. Kahuku: Lizzie Blake 11 kills; Lepeka Kalulu-Sugai 8 kills; Ho’onani Apo 8 kills.

 Waiakea defeated Kamehameha-Maui, 23-25, 25-23, 25-23, 25-14

Leaders — Waiakea: Morgan Rapozo 19 kills, 4 aces; Keirsa Pakani-Tsukiyama 10 kills. KS-Maui: Ginger Long 16 kills; Leimana Kane 8 kills; Sienna Davis 7 kills.

CONSOLATION SEMIFINALS:   Waimea def. Seabury Hall, 2-0 (25-21, 25-16)

Waimea: Jayme Jacinto (11 kills), Brandee Victorino (6 kills, 2 blocks), Tatiana Rita (6 kills, 2 blocks), Vakeesha Lagazo (2 aces).  Seabury Hall:  Brandi Vierra (6 kills), Regal Deen-Jackson (6 kills), Taylor Rudow (5 kills), Ashley Cooper (2 aces).

Kau def. Honokaa, 2-0 (25-21, 25-14) Ka’u: Marley Strand-Nicholaisen (5 kills, 1 blk, 5 aces), Jadelynn Domondon (4 kills, .429%, 1 ace, 9 assists), Ashley Oliveira (3 kills, 1 ace),  Kayla Nishimura (2 aces, 3 digs),  Janessa Jara (3 digs)

Honoka’a: Jessica Muskat (8 kills, 174%, 3 digs), Chanice Levita (3 kills, 2 digs), Taylor Lum (11 assists, 2 digs), Chelsea Requelman (3 digs), Kaui Kankekoa (4 assists, 1 dig).

October 29, 2010 Posted by | volleyball | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Waiakea advances, Honokaa & Kau Falter, HHSAA Volleyball

Division I  at Kamehameha Schools-Maui

Waiakea defeated Castle, 25-19, 21-25, 18-25, 25-19.15-7

 Waiakea advances to play No. 2 seed Kamehameha-Maui in Thursday’s 7 p.m. quarterfinal at KS-Maui.

 Leaders — Waiakea: Morgan Rapozo 13 kills; Ashia Joseph 10 kills, 3 aces; Keirsa Pakani-Tsukiyama 7 kills. Castle: Joshell Lilio 16 kills, Verna Lynch 4 blocks.

New City Nissan/HHSAA Girls Volleyball State Championships

Division II on Oahu             St. Francis def. Kau, 3-0 (25-12, 25-18, 25-13).

ST. FRANCIS STATS- MATCH- hit .305 by way of 35 kills on 82 attempts with 10 errors, 8 aces, 6 errors, 4 blocks, 26 digs

 LEADERS- #1 HARLEE MEYERS- hit .412 by way of 9 kills on 17 attempts with 2 errors, 7 digs, 2 aces

#23 TYLER KALEI MAU- hit .091 by way of 9 kills on 22 attempts with 7 errors, 2 block assists

#7 ANGEL SAVEA- hit .263 by way of 6 kills on 19 attempts with 1 error, 1 ace

#14 ASHLEY SILVA- hit .363 by way of 4 kills on 11 attempts with no errors

 KA’U STATS-MATCH- 20 digs, hit .025 by way of 21 kills on 79 attempts with 19 errors, 4 service aces, 6 service errors, 0 blocks

 LEADERS # 7 JAENEISE CUISON- hit .211 by way of 7 kills on 19 attempts with 3 errors, 5 digs, 1 ace, 2 service errors

#1 JADELYNN DOMONDON- hit .571 by way of 4 kils on 7 attempts with no errors, 1 ace #3 libero KAYLA NISHIMURA- 10 digs

  Hawaii Baptist def. Honokaa, 3-0 (25-17, 25-18, 25-19)

Hawaii Baptist-  Jami Grumling – 9 kills, 2 blocks  Tiffany Thompson- 7 kills, 3 aces  Kayla Kawamura- 4 aces

Honokaa-  Erika Ka’awa-Akiona- 12 kills, 2 blocks

Jessica Muskat- 6 kills Chanice Levita- 5 kills  Chelsea Requelman- 1 block, 1 ace  Hauli Alpiche- 1 block  Kaui Kanekoa- 1 ace

October 28, 2010 Posted by | volleyball | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment