Soccer

In case you missed it when it ran in the Sunday, March 22, edition of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, the All-State boys soccer Stellar Eleven and Second Eleven is below. FIRST TEAM Goalkeeper >> Michael Stafford, Kalani, Sr.. Defenders >> Jeron Cunningham, Mililani, Sr. >> Brandon Ho, Mid-Pacific, Sr. >> Toshihiro Kosins, Kalani, Jr. Midfielders >> Shandon […]

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In case you missed it when it ran in the Sunday, March 22, edition of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, the All-State girls soccer Stellar Eleven and Second Eleven is below. STELLAR ELEVEN Goalkeeper >> Taiana Tolleson, Konawaena, Jr. Defenders >> Malia Napoleon, Mililani, So. >> Rachel Bowler, ‘Iolani, Jr. >> Aryana Cabudol, Campbell, Sr. >> Kailey […]

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Shandon Hopeau scored 20 goals and added 13 assists this season for Kapolei in boys soccer. He was a real team leader at midfield and he was named the OIA West player of the year. He is a likely selection for athe Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s All-State team, which comes out in the Sunday edition. Hopeau is […]

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‘Iolani’s Spencer Ho and Mid-Pacific’s Tyler Allen were named the co-offensive MVPs of ILH boys soccer. Punahou goalkeeper Connor Goo was chosen as the defensive MVP, and Mid-Pacific’s Jayson Abe earned coach of the year honors. The ILH boys All-Stars are at the following link: http://ilhsports.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/14-15-BSOCAS.pdf

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OIA West Player of the year—Tia Furuta, Mililani. Coach of the year—Ray Akiona, Mililani. First team Attacker—Tia Furuta, Mililani; Sara Olanda, Aiea; Daelenn Tokunaga, Pearl City. Midfielder—Kayla Braunthal, Mililani; Bianca Gonzales, Kapolei; Alilani Lorenzo, Campbell; Robyn Peiler, Mililani. Defender—Kanoe Morihara, Mililani; Shandy Hopeau, Kapolei; Chardonnay Curran, Campbell; Jordan Gomes, Pearl City. Goalie—Andrea Kenagy, Mililani. Second […]

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Kapolei’s Shandon Hopeau and Moanalua’s Tyler Morton were voted the player of the year in their divisions by the OIA coaches. Hopeau scored more than 20 goals and passed out more than 10 assists for the Hurricanes, who took third in the OIA tournament after a loss to Kalani. Morton, a midfielder for Na Menehune, […]

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These days when you go to a high school sporting event, you’ll hear the announcer say something like, “Let the players play, the coaches coach and the officials officiate.” And now, let the rivals be friends. It’s always been common to see players on competing Hawaii teams act friendly toward one another, or even be […]

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The ILH named ‘Iolani’s Kristen Hori the offensive player of the year and Kamehameha’s Hope Tsuneyoshi the defensive player of the year in girls soccer on Thursday. Hori led Iolani to the state tournmament final, where the Raiders lost to Mililani, 1-0. In addition, Punahou’s Starr Johnson, who guided the Buffanblu to the ILH title, […]

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Punahou goalkeeper Noelani Kong-Johnson will be going to Princeton to play soccer next season, according to her high school coach, Starr Johnson. The Buffanblu senior led her team to the ILH championship this season and a spot in the state tournament. She signed her letter of intent to play for the Tigers of the Ivy […]

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Mililani’s Jeron Cunningham and Mid-Pacific’s Stirling Aponte were chosen as the most outstanding Division I and D-II players in the Outrigger Resorts/HHSAA Boys Soccer State Championships on Saturday night after the two championship games at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium. The all-tournament teams, selected by the media and the HHSAA, are below. Division I >> Christopher […]

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