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Pahoa Athletic Awards Announced

Nick Fisher

* Boys varsity bowling: Leka Tua, most valuable player; Keaka Hunter, most outstanding.
* Girls varsity bowling: Michelle Laguardia, MVP; Shayna Bertilacci, most inspirational.
* Girls junior varsity volleyball: JadeAnn Miller, most improved; Leotie Contreras, best sportsmanship.
* Girls varsity volleyball: Kara Dunn, MVP; Bethany Viernes, most versatile.
* Boys varsity cross country: Kaulana Keaunui, most inspirational; Charles Tolentino, most improved.
* Girls varsity cross country: Nikki Nottingham, most improved; Megan McGrath, most inspirational.
* Girls varsity basketball: Randi Berinobis, most outstanding; Jazmyn Williams, most improved.

* Boys JV basketball: Jarrett Kamaka, MVP; Thearl Tadeo, most improved.
* Boys varsity basketball: Nick Fisher, most outstanding; Jared Peleiholani, most improved; Lono Balai, defensive player; Kaohu Schweitzer, Coaches Award.
* Girls varsity paddling: Savannah DePonte, most improved; Maile Tadeo, most outstanding; Bethany Viernes, MVP.
* Boys varsity paddling: Shaidon Oshiro, MVP; Dustin Mendes, most outstanding; Darien Gacutan, most improved.
* Boys varsity wrestling: Nicholas Eisen, most improved; Chevas Gouveia, most improved.

* Boys/girls varsity cheer: Shiason Horton, most improved; Yvonne Lum, most improved.
* Boys varsity baseball: Kaohu Schweitzer, Coaches Awardl Leka Tua, Coaches Award
* Boys varsity tennis: Malbert Ranan, Coaches Award; Dennis Fukushima, most dedicated.
* Girls varsity tennis: Jessica Julian, most improved; Nikki Nottingham, most inspirational.

* Boys varsity track and field: Charles Tolentino, most dedicated.
* Girls varsity track and field: Ariel Brown, most improved.
* Girls varsity softball: Sheana Ah Quin, most dedicated; Samantha Lee-Mcdougall, most improved.
* Boys JV volleyball: Kaipo Cummings, MVP; Caleb Woo-O’Brien, most improved.
* Boys varsity volleyball: Chris Mendoza, MVP; Isaac Ekau, most improved; Nicklas Fisher, most outstanding; Zachary Rodrigues, most inspirational.

* Athletic director’s award female: Hazel Tagalicud.
* Athletic director’s award male: Charles Tolentino

 

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May 27, 2011 Posted by | Events | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Pahoa Makes HHSAA Basketball Division II Finals

ISLAND PACIFIC (12-4)    11        4          6          18 – 39

PAHOA (11-6)           12        10        11        15 – 48

ISLAND PACIFIC – Theo Duplechain 9 3-7 22, Jason Brenner 4 2-2 11, Dylan Yamamoto 1 0-2 2, Jackson Durrett 1 0-0 2, JJ Kirk 1 0-0 2, Malik Veazie 0 0-0 0. Totals 16 5-11 39.

PAHOA – Khalil Luis 3 2-2 8, Jared Peleiholani 2 1-4 5, Sonny Miguel 2 0-0 5, Nicklas Fisher 5 4-13 14, Devin Gonsalves 2 1-2 6, Leka Tua 2 0-0 4, Lono Balai 3 0-2 6. Totals 19 8-23 48.

3-point goals: Island Pacific 2 (Brenner, Duplechain); Pahoa 2 (Miguel, Gonsalves).

February 19, 2011 Posted by | Basketball | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment