Hoopii-Tuionetoa, Uyeno lead all-tournament teams

Baldwin's Anthony Hoopii-Tuionetoa was named the most outstanding player in Division I of the state baseball tournament and was the Honolulu Star-Advertiser All-State position player of the year. Photo by Jerry Campany/Star-Advertiser.

The Baldwin Bears won their sixth state baseball title and second in three years in Division I while Damien won its first state baseball title ever in Division II.

Below are the all-tournament teams in the Wally Yonamine Foundation/HHSAA State Baseball Championships.

Division I
Most outstanding player—Anthony Hoopii-Tuionetoa, Baldwin
C – Micah Yonamine, Iolani
IF – Kaipo Haole, Baldwin
IF – Nainoa Keahi, Baldwin
IF – Asa Kurasaki, Punahou
IF – Casey Yamauchi, Waiakea
OF – Kalai Rosario, Waiakea
OF – Shane Sasaki, Iolani
OF – Kirk Terada-Herzer, Punahou
UTIL – Chayce Akaka, Baldwin
P – Stone Parker, Kailua
P – Cody Hirata, Waiakea

Damien’s Bryce Uyeno won two games in the state tournament and was named most outstanding player in Division II. Photo by Dennis Oda/Star-Advertiser.

Division II
Most Outstanding Player—Bryce Uyeno, Damien
C – Shiloh Kaeo, Damien
IF – Jordan Donahue, Damien
IF – Kade Kupihea, Kapaa
IF – Kamakani Motas, Damien
IF – Reese Shioji, Farrington
OF – Chasen Castilliano, Farrington
OF – Pomai Kim, Damien
OF – Paul Mezurashi, Damien
UTIL – Jack Dillon, Radford
P – Richard Akana III, Radford
P – Kaimi Malina, Kapaa

Division I

Match #DateMatchupTime/ScoresSite
1May 8KS-Maui vs. CampbellCamp, 3-0Les Murakami Stadium
2May 8Kailua vs. LeilehuaKail, 3-0Les Murakami Stadium
3May 8'Iolani vs. KalaniIol, 11-1 (6)Les Murakami Stadium
4May 8Pearl City vs. PunahouPun, 6-2Les Murakami Stadium
5*May 9KS-Maui vs. LeilehuaTie, 6-6Hans L'Orange Park
6May 9(3) Waiakea vs. CampbellWaik, 6-2Les Murakami Stadium
7May 9(4) Mililani vs. 'IolaniIol, 12-8Les Murakami Stadium
8May 9(1) Baldwin vs. PunahouBald, 8-7Les Murakami Stadium
9May 9(2) Mid-Pacific vs. KailuaKail, 6-1Les Murakami Stadium
10*May 10Kalani vs. Pearl CItyKaln, 9-5Hans L'Orange Park
11*May 10Mililani vs. PunahouMil, 5-4Hans L'Orange Park
12*May 10Campbell vs. Mid-PacificCamp, 4-2Hans L'Orange Park
13May 10Waiakea vs. KailuaWaik, 5-0Les Murakami Stadium
14May 10'Iolani vs. BaldwinBald, 9-4Les Murakami Stadium
15*May 11Leilehua vs. KalaniKaln, 2-1Hans L'Orange Park
16*May 11Mililani vs. CampbellMil, 2-1Hans L'Orange Park
17*May 11'Iolani vs. KailuaIol, 8-1Les Murakami Stadium
18May 11Baldwin vs. WaiakeaBald, 14-4 (5)Les Murakami Stadium
* — consolation

Division II

Game #DateMatchupTime/ScoresSite
1May 9(4) Molokai vs. FarringtonFar, 12-8Hans L'Orange Park
2May 9(3) Kapaa vs. WaianaeKapa, 9-3Hans L'Orange Park
3May 9(1) Damien vs. KonawaenaDMS, 11-1 (5)Hans L'Orange Park
4May 9(2) KS-Hawaii vs. RadfordRad, 6-4Hans L'Orange Park
5*May 10Konawaena vs. MolokaiKona, 6-1Hans L'Orange Park
6*May 10KS-Hawaii vs. WaianaeKSH, 7-3Hans L'Orange Park
7May 10Damien vs. FarringtonDMS, 8-3Les Murakami Stadium
8May 10Radford vs. KapaaRad, 3-2 (8)Les Murakami Stadium
9*May 11Konawaena vs. KS-HawaiiKSH, 7-3Les Murakami Stadium
10*May 11Farrington vs. KapaaKap, 7-6Les Murakami Stadium
11May 11Damien vs. RadfordDMS, 12-0 (5)Les Murakami Stadium
* — consolation

COMMENTS

  1. trump 2020 May 14, 2018 1:04 pm

    Oh well, here we go again, A selection list of names chosen by coaches whom supposedly was at every single game and writers whom was present at every single game and have gathered information to make a selection of the best players in the state, or state tournament, championship game, or whatever….and be able to separate player A from player B and who out performed who. At least this list had the intellect to keep D1 and D2 separate. Someone once admitted that yes these list are basically just a list that someone puts together based on information of their choosing and the reason why is….because they can. No additional info required. CONGRATS! to all the players that made this list and to the many players who didn’t because of who knows what! #unsunghereos #transparency #callemasyoucem


  2. UH rainbow warrior May 19, 2018 8:22 pm

    @trump 2020 my guess is your kid didn’t make it? After all of that….CONGRATS? A lot of the names on both teams had a great season and did a bang up job in the tournament. Good luck to your kid next year!


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