ILH cheerleading all stars

by Jerry Campany on November 23, 2014

ILH All-Stars Cheerleader of the year—Bailey Wilson-Pena, Kamehameha. Coach of the year—Melissa Beimes Wennihan, Kamehameha. First team Base—Danielle Nakamoto, ‘Iolani; Ashlyn Chee, Kamehameha; Dezarae Lei, Kamehameha; Christian Chase Vasconcellos, Pac-Five; Madison Tasaka, Pac-Five; Amanda Chau, Punahou; Lauren Higo, Punahou. Flyer—Ariana Felix, ‘Iolani; Chanielle Feliciano, Pac-Five; Elyse Nishikawa, Punahou. Back—Haley Namu‘o, Kamehameha; Nicole Laheney, Pac-Five; Megan […]

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ILH volleyball all-stars

by Jerry Campany on November 23, 2014

ILH All-Stars Division I Co-most valuable player of the year—Tiyana Hallums, Kamehameha; McKenna Rose Granato, Punahou. Coach of the year—Chris Blake, Kamehameha. First team—‘Iolani: Anna Uhr, Bailey Choy. Kamehameha: Lynzi Akeo. Mid-Pacific: Lekaleka Kiner-Falefa. Punahou: Kiani Tuileta, Vonica Malufau. Libero—Mia Heirakuji, Kamehameha. Second team—‘Iolani: Kaley Buscher. Kamehameha: Sarah Lau. Maryknoll: Tasha McClendon. Mid-Pacific: Madison Collier. […]

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The ILH released its all-star football teams on Sunday night as voted on by the coaches. Punahou senior Kanawai Noa, who is the first player ever with three 1,000-yard receiving seasons and the all-time career receiving leader with 3,510 yards, is the offensive player of the year. Kamehameha defensive lineman Mika Tafua and Damien linebacker […]

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For the first time in decades, the HUB Goodwill Senior Bowl has been sidelined. The annual senior all-star game featuring football players from the ILH and OIA was not sanctioned this year by either league due to a lack of insurance. In recent seasons, the game was played at high school fields. Last year’s game, […]

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This could’ve been the year Lahainaluna finally broke through to win the Division II state championship. Instead, ‘Iolani proved once again why it is the class of D-II with an utterly convincing 31-14 win on Friday in the final of the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA State Championships. That’s eight state championships in the last 11 seasons […]

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Quarterback McKenzie Milton used the word “surreal” to describe the way he felt after Mililani’s gripping 53-45 victory over Punahou in the Division I state championship game Friday night. But the game itself and the atmosphere inside Aloha Stadium was, to name-drop a rock band from the ’60s, a “Surrealistic Pillow” for fans to sit […]

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Mililani’s last man standing did it all. While the Trojans suffered key injuries to right tackle Jordan Agasiva and running back Vavae Malepeai, quarterback McKenzie Milton never lost focus of the task at hand. The junior signal caller broke the Mililani single-game passing record with 421 yards on 29 of 47 passing and threw seven […]

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First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Division I Football State Championships Aloha Stadium Championship game No. 1 Punahou (8-0) vs. No. 2 Mililani (12-0) First quarter PUN Series 1: Game’s first down is a third-and-9 pass to Heisman Hosoda, who is apparently healthy enough to play (leg). Buffanblu are in usual no-huddle mode, but not a true hurry-up […]

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The top two players in the state still uncommitted square off head-to-head as Punahou OL Semisi Uluave (6-6, 315, Sr.) will try to hold off Mililani defensive tackle Rex Manu (6-2, 290) in the Division I state final. As always, this is purely for fun. Each series is scored like a boxing round with a […]

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It’s time for the big boys as Punahou’s Canton Kaumatule (6-7, 290, Sr.), who is headed to Oregon in the spring, will face off with Mililani’s Jordan Agasiva (6-3, 290, Sr.), who will stay home and play for Hawaii, in this episode of Trench Warfare. As always, this is purely for fun. Each series is […]

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