Afoa headlines ILH girls volleyball all stars

Kamehameha senior Kayla Afoa was named the ILH most valuable player. Photo by Dennis Oda/Star-Advertiser.
Kamehameha senior Kayla Afoa was named the ILH most valuable player. Photo by Dennis Oda/Star-Advertiser.

Kamehameha senior outside hitter Kayla Afoa, who was No. 2 in the Star-Advertiser All-State Fab 15 as a junior, is the ILH Division I girls volleyball most valuable player.

‘Iolani coach Kainoa Obrey, who led the Raiders to the state title, shared the coach of the year honors with Punahou’s Tanya Fuamatu-Anderson.

Hawaii Baptist swept the Division II awards with junior Ally Wada earning MVP honors and Myles Shoji winning coach of the year.

Christian Academy swept the Division III awards as senior Rainena Schenbeck-Chang is the Division III most valuable player and Stacy Nishimura is the coach of the year.

The full ILH girls volleyball all-star teams are listed below.

Division I

Most valuable player—Kayla Afoa, Sr, Kamehameha
Co-coaches of the year—Kainoa Obrey, ‘Iolani; Tanya Fuamatu-Anderson, Punahou
FIRST TEAM
S—Ana Oglivie, Sr, ‘Iolani
OH—Saige Ka’aha’aina-Torres, Jr, ‘Iolani; Elena Oglivie, Fr, ‘Iolani; Kili Robins, Jr, Kamehameha
MB—Braelyn Akana, Soph, Kamehameha; Rhyenne Filisi, Jr, Maryknoll
L—Kyra Hanawahine, Sr, Kamehameha
SECOND TEAM
S—Lexis Akeo, Soph, Kamehameha; Jhenna Gabriel, Jr, Maryknoll
OH—Mapuhola Sekona, Sr, Mid-Pacific; Shayla-Ann Santos, Sr, Sacred Hearts
MB—Helen Hogan, Sr, ‘Iolani; Pi’ikea Clemens, Sr, Punahou
L—Samantha Worley, Sr, ‘Iolani
HONORABLE MENTION
Kamehameha: Tymane Talanoa, Sr; Kalina Obrey, Soph
Maryknoll: Natasha McClendon, Sr; Isabella Cravens, Jr; Kiari Gier, Jr; Moana To’oto’o, Jr
Mid-Pacific: Eimanie Thomas, Sr; Shyla Sato, Soph
Punahou: Gabriella Pua’a, Sr; Averi Salvador, Sr; Amalia Hilliard, Jr; Keliiakekaipukaamaka McComber, Jr
Sacred Hearts: Tate Lutu, Jr

Division II

Most valuable player—Ally Wada, Jr, Hawaii Baptist
Coach of the year—Myles Shoji, Hawaii Baptist
FIRST TEAM
S—Nina Krupa, Sr, Le Jardin
OH—Shelby Capllonch, Soph, Damien; Kallie Langford, Jr, Hawaii Baptist; Keri Lum, Sr, Hawaii Baptist; Peri Green, Sr, La Pietra; Kassidy Naone, Sr, Le Jardin
L—Kailey Young, Sr, Hawaii Baptist
SECOND TEAM
OH—Jessica Akiona, Jr, La Pietra; Julia Fisher, Jr, Le Jardin; Natalie Piper, Jr, Le Jardin; British Dawson, Sr, University
MB—Ka’imionalani Cobb-Adams, Sr, Le Jardin
L—Kailee Lyons, Jr, Le Jardin
DS—Naiya Fujikawa, Soph, Hawaii Baptist
HONORABLE MENTION
Damien: Taylor Labanon, Sr; Hali’amaka Gora, Jr; Ilana Sagapolutele, Soph
Hanalani: Ardena Thompson, Sr; Tobey Young, Sr; Love Barrett, Soph
Hawaii Baptist: Britney O’Donnell, Jr; Brienna Nishimura, Soph
‘Iolani: Kaitlyn Flores, Sr; Cambrie Ho’omanawanui, Sr; Marcee Nakamura, Sr; Chrystal Tamoria, Sr; Alyssa Ujimori, Sr; Kassidy Bates, Jr
Le Jardin: Arianna Lunow-Luke, Jr
St. Francis: Ka’imilani DePonte-Merideth, Sr; Kahili Liu, Sr; Misiona Ribeiro-Mene, Jr; Zayla Sismar-Evangelista, Soph
University: Camryn Kaina, Sr; Crimson Ma’afala, Sr

Division III

Most valuable player—Rainena Schenbeck-Chang, Sr, Christian Academy
Coach of the year—Stacy Nishimura, Christian Academy
FIRST TEAM
S—Shaina Duran, Sr, Island Pacific
OH—Sonny Rodrigues, Fr, Christian Academy; Katelyn Kamei, Soph, St. Andrew’s Priory
OPP—Caitlin Komatsu, Sr, Island Pacific
MB—Khrystyna Kanahele, Jr, Christian Academy; Katie Gordon, Sr, Island Pacific
L—Kalena Spotakeff, Sr, Island Pacific
HONORABLE MENTION
Christian Academy: Kirsten Goeas, Sr; Jessica Tokuda, Sr; Alyssa Tokunaga-Magno, Soph
St. Andrew’s Priory: Isabella Geppert, Sr; Liliana Hankins, Soph; Felisa Hollenbeak, Soph; Hailey Gasmen, Fr; Kira Terada, Fr

COMMENTS

  1. red x November 22, 2016 8:16 pm

    Kahuku had a great season and you don’t see any of our girls on the all star list. Typical ILH snobbery.


  2. Facts November 22, 2016 10:28 pm

    Easy Champ, this is for ILH all stars only not OIA. That one is separate.


  3. hossana November 23, 2016 7:35 am

    Hey,, red x: Do you know how to read?? Geezus, get your facts straight!! Oh, by the way, Kahuku was swept by Iolani in the State Semifinals…a Kahuku team that was ranked No. 1 alternating w/Kam. which Iolani defeated in the Finals.


  4. red x November 24, 2016 8:07 am

    The only reason why our Kahuku girls lost is because ILH just recruits all their players. They shouldn’t even call this an ILH all star team. It should be the recruited not rooted team. They just make the tournament stacked for ILH teams because they need to money and prestige.


  5. Jeezy33 November 24, 2016 8:02 pm

    “red x November 24, 2016 at 8:07 am
    The only reason why our Kahuku girls lost is because ILH just recruits all their players. They shouldn’t even call this an ILH all star team. It should be the recruited not rooted team. They just make the tournament stacked for ILH teams because they need to money and prestige.”

    You’re an idiot.


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