Konawaena’s Molina repeats as player of the year

For the eighth time in 10 seasons, the top girls basketball player from the state hails from Kona.

Of course, those eight player of the year awards belong to only three people and for the fifth year in a row, the winner has the same last name.

Konawaena’s Cherilyn Molina adds her second All-State player of the year award following older sister Chanelle Molina, who just completed her sophomore season at Washington State. Chanelle won three, Cherilyn has two and Lia Galdeira won three, missing out only during her sophomore season after winning it as a freshman.

Four different ILH schools are represented on the Fab. 15 list. Maryknoll led all schools with four selections — center Isabella Cravens, forward Kamalu Kamakawiwo’ole and guards Rhianne Omori and Kodee Viena. Kamehameha had center Kalina Obrey and forward Kiana Vierra make the team while Sacred Hearts was represented by forward Dallas Martinez and Hawaii Baptist’s Ally Wada also made the list.

Joining Molina on the Fab. 15 list from Konawaena are guard Mikayla Tablit and post Caiyle Kaupu. Lahainaluna had guard Braeanna Estabillo-Donato and forward Susitina Namoa make the team.

The OIA was represented by Kahuku’s Sisilia Kaufusi and Kaimuki’s Kaelyn Espinda.

Kona’s Bobbie Awa won her fourth straight coach of the year award.

A full-page spread and story is in Sunday’s Honolulu Star-Advertiser. You can read it here.

Below is a slideshow of the top 15 in order, followed by every girls basketball player named All-State.

Cherilyn Molina, Konawaena
Mikayla Tablit, Konawaena
Isabella Cravens, Maryknoll
Sisilia Kaufusi, Kahuku
Kaelyn Espinda, Kaimuki
Kalina Obrey, Kamehameha
Kamalu Kamakawiwo'ole, Maryknoll
Rhianne Omori, Maryknoll
Braeanna Estabillo-Donato, Lahainaluna
Susitina Namoa, Lahainaluna
Ally Wada, Hawaii Baptist
Dallas Martinez, Sacred Hearts
Kiana Vierra, Kamehameha
Caiyle Kaupu, Konawaena
Kodee Viena, Maryknoll
Bobbie Awa, Konawaena
YEARFIRSTLASTSCHOOLPAPERCLASSHEIGHT
2018CherilynMolinaKonawaenaHSA POY125-4
2018MikaylaTablitKonawaenaHSA125-5
2018IsabellaCravensMaryknollHSA126-1
2018SisiliaKaufusiKahukuHSA115-9
2018KaelynEspindaKaimukiHSA115-6
2018KalinaObreyKamehamehaHSA115-11
2018KamaluKamakawiwo'oleMaryknollHSA115-10
2018RhianneOmoriMaryknollHSA125-3
2018BraeannaEstabillo-DonatoLahainalunaHSA125-5
2018SusitinaNamoaLahainalunaHSA125-8
2018AllyWadaHawaii BaptistHSA125-9
2018DallasMartinezSacred HeartsHSA115-5
2018KianaVierraKamehamehaHSA125-10
2018CaiyleKaupuKonawaenaHSA105-9
2018KodeeVienaMaryknollHSA125-8
2018BobbieAwaKonawaenaHSA COY
2017CherilynMolinaKonawaenaHSA POY115-5
2017KamaluKamakawiwo'oleMaryknollHSA105-9
2017MikialaMaioKamehamehaHSA125-10
2017MolimauHeimuliFarringtonHSA125-11
2017MikaylaTablitKonawaenaHSA115-5
2017RhianneOmoriMaryknollHSA115-2
2017Celena JaneMolinaKonawaenaHSA125-8
2017VictoriaKintzKaimukiHSA125-5
2017KalinaObreyKamehamehaHSA105-11
2017BraeannaEstabilloLahainalunaHSA115-6
2017CamyAguinaldoIolaniHSA125-3
2017KamaileKandiahPunahouHSA125-5
2017IsabellaCravensMaryknollHSA116-1
2017CaiyleKaupuKonawaenaHSA95-10
2017AlanaNuuanuNanakuliHSA125-4
2017BobbieAwaKonawaenaHSA COY
2016ChanelleMolinaKonawaenaHSA POY125-7
2016IhiVictorKonawaenaHSA125-11
2016CameronFernandezLahainalunaHSA125-10
2016Keleah-AikoKoloiLahainalunaHSA126-1
2016CherilynMolinaKonawaenaHSA105-5
2016TyraMoePunahouHSA126-1
2016Celena JaneMolinaKonawaenaHSA115-9
2016KealaQuinlanRooseveltHSA126-0
2016Fa-Ko FiemeaHafokaLahainalunaHSA125-7
2016RhianneOmoriMaryknollHSA105-2
2016AlexisPanaHiloHSA115-10
2016KamaileKandiahPunahouHSA125-5
2016RoselynnShimaokaKaiserHSA125-7
2016MikaylaTablitKonawaenaHSA105-4
2016AlexisDelovioMaryknollHSA125-7
2016BobbieAwaKonawaenaHSA COY
2015ChanelleMolinaKonawaenaHSA POY115-8
2015KealaQuinlanRooseveltHSA116-1
2015FiemeaHafokaLahainalunaHSA115-7
2015Celena JaneMolinaKonawaenaHSA105-9
2015IhiVictorKonawaenaHSA115-10
2015CameronFernandezLahainalunaHSA115-10
2015MaegenMartinMaryknollHSA125-10
2015PatriaVaimoanaKailuaHSA125-8
2015Keleah-AikoKoloiLahainalunaHSA116-1
2015JasmineMoodyRadfordHSA126-1
2015TyraMoePunahouHSA116-1
2015AlexisPanaHiloHSA115-10
2015CherilynMolinaKonawaenaHSA95-4
2015JerriMaluyoLeilehuaHSA125-5
2015StarrRiveraRooseveltHSA125-4
2015BobbieAwaKonawaenaHSA COY
2014ChanelleMolinaKonawaenaHSA POY105-7
2014AlohiRobins-HardyKamehamehaHSA126-2
2014SarahLivaMililaniHSA126-2
2014TyraMoePunahouHSA106-0
2014LaChaeMcColorMoanlauaHSA125-9
2014AlexisPanaHiloHSA105-9
2014PeninaFaumuiFarringtonHSA125-10
2014HaileyMotookaPunahouHSA125-4
2014JenevaToiloloFarringtonHSA116-1
2014FiemeaHafokaLahainalunaHSA105-7
2014CaseyPoeKS-HawaiiHSA125-10
2014StarrRiveraRooseveltHSA115-4
2014JadeBotelhoIolaniHSA125-10
2014KeauFeyPunahouHSA126-1
2014FolauHafokaLahainalunaHSA115-10
2014KevinVelascoPunahouHSA COY
2013PrincessLauvaoKaimukiHSA POY125-8
2013AlexMasaquelIolaniHSA125-10
2013AliyahPanaHiloHSA115-9
2013KikiRobertsonMid-PacificHSA125-5
2013ChanelleMolinaKonawaenaHSA95-6
2013CaseyPoeKS-HawaiiHSA115-11
2013LiliaMaioKamehamehaHSA125-11
2013TiareKanoaKamehamehaHSA115-7
2013AlohiRobins-HardyKamehamehaHSA116-1
2013CourtneyKaupuKonawaenaHSA125-10
2013FiaTailele-LatuKahukuHSA125-7
2013KristleHenryKauaiHSA125-6
2013SarahLivaHanalaniHSA116-1
2013NaylaLongMililaniHSA125-8
2013AbriannaJohnson-EdwardsIolaniHSA125-10
2013DaroldImanakaKamehamehaHSA COY
2012LiaGaldeiraKonawaenaHSA POY125-8
2012DawnyelleAwaKonawaenaHSA125-8
2012KylieMaedaIolaniHSA125-7
2012LeighlaniPaselioKahukuHSA125-7
2012AshleySavusaKaimukiHSA125-7
2012KikiRobertsonMid-PacificHSA115-5
2012SaphyreRezentesIolaniHSA125-4
2012CourtneyKaupuKonawaenaHSA115-10
2012MyshaSatarakaPunahouHSA125-9
2012ChelseaPoeKS-HawaiiHSA125-8
2012TaylorBabbittMililaniHSA125-7
2012AlexMasaquelIolaniHSA115-10
2012KapiliAmamalinMililaniHSA115-6
2012AnaLaueseLahainalunaHSA125-7
2012KristleHenryKauaiHSA115-6
2012BobbieAwaKonawaenaHSA COY
2011LiaGaldeiraKonawaenaHSA POY115-8
2011MaikiVielaLahainalunaHSA125-6
2011DawnyelleAwaKonawaenaHSA115-8
2011Hailey-AnnMaedaPunahouHSA125-10
2011BrydgetteTatupu-LeopoldoFarringtonHSA125-7
2011MyshaSatarakaPunahouHSA125-9
2011KylieMaedaIolaniHSA115-7
2011KirstenLianaFarringtonHSA125-10
2011KaleiAdolphoMolokaiHSA126-1
2011AnuheaWallKonawaenaHSA125-8
2011JoshlynNogaKahukuHSA125-9
2011KatelynnPaleka-KennedyKS-HawaiiHSA126-3
2011AlexMasaquelIolaniHSA105-10
2011AshleyAgcaoiliMaryknollHSA125-5
2011AshleyYamachikaMid-PacificHSA125-3
2011BobbieAwaKonawaenaHSA COY
2010MaikiVielaLahainalunaHA POY115-6
2010LoriYamashitaIolaniHA125-4
2010DawnyelleAwaKonawaenaHA105-9
2010BrydgetteTatupu-LeopoldoFarringtonHA115-9
2010MilikaTafuaLahainalunaHA126-3
2010ToddRickardLahainalunaHA COY
2010MaikiVielaLahainalunaHSB POY115-6
2010MilikaTafuaLahainalunaHSB126-3
2010DawnyelleAwaKonawaenaHSB105-9
2010KamieImaiWaiakeaHSB125-8
2010BrydgetteTatupu-LeopoldoFarringtonHSB115-9
2010KaleiAdolphoMolokaiHSB116-1
2010MikelaThoemmesRooseveltHSB125-9
2010LoriYamashitaIolaniHSB125-4
2010DejahFaasoaKaimukiHSB105-5
2010Hailey-AnnMaedaPunahouHSB115-9
2010MyshaSatarakaPunahouHSB105-9
2010JordanAkakueloPearl CityHSB125-7
2010KylieSatoMcKinleyHSB125-2
2010AnuheaWallKonawaenaHSB115-9
2010Dana LynnHooper-JuarioMolokaiHSB125-3
2010ToddRickardLahainalunaHSB COY
2009LiaGaldeiraKonawaenaHA POY95-7
2009JanelleNomuraPunahouHA125-4
2009NatashaHelshamAieaHA125-8
2009BrydgetteTatupu-LeopoldoFarringtonHA105-9
2009MilikaTafuaLahainalunaHA116-0
2009BobbieAwaKonawaenaHA COY
2009LiaGaldeiraKonawaenaHSB POY95-8
2009JanelleNomuraPunahouHSB125-4
2009MilikaTafuaLahainalunaHSB116-0
2009BrydgetteTatupu-LeopoldoFarringtonHSB105-9
2009KaleiAdolphoMolokaiHSB106-1
2009NatashaHelshamAieaHSB125-8
2009KamieImaiWaiakeaHSB115-8
2009LoriYamashitaIolaniHSB115-4
2009JohnelleKapuaMid-PacificHSB125-4
2009MikelaThoemmesRooseveltHSB115-9
2009KanishaBelloWaiakeaHSB125-7
2009KanishaHanato-SmithKonawaenaHSB125-4
2009TressaTorresPunahouHSB125-9
2009LindseyWongKamehamehaHSB125-7
2009MaikiVielaLahainalunaHSB105-4
2009BobbieAwaKonawaenaHSB COY
2008Shawna-LeiKuehuPunahouHSB POY125-10
2008JamieSmithIolaniHSB126-0
2008IwalaniRodgriguesKalaniHSB125-10
2008VickyTagalicodHiloHSB115-9
2008Shaena-LynKuehuPunahouHSB125-9
2008ManaHopkinsKonawaenaHSB125-9
2008DiannaZaneRooseveltHSB125-4
2008Ta NitraByrdRadfordHSB106-0
2008ChanelHirataIolaniHSB125-4
2008KamieImaiWaiakeaHSB105-8
2008JanelleNomuraPunahouHSB115-4
2008BritniRonoloMoanaluaHSB125-9
2008KiraDeMoralesWaiakeaHSB125-10
2008JohnelleKapuaMid-PacificHSB115-5
2008MarlenaMalepeaiRadfordHSB115-5
2008MikeTaylorPunahouHSB COY
2008Shawna-LeiKuehuPunahouHA POY125-10
2008Shaena-LynKuehuPunahouHA125-9
2008JamieSmithIolaniHA126-0
2008IwalaniRodriguesKalaniHA125-9.5
2008KamieImaiWaiakeaHA105-8
2008MikeTaylorPunahouHA COY
2007KeishaKanekoaKonawaenaHSB POY125-6
2007JazzminAwa-WilliamsKonawaenaHSB125-8
2007IwalaniRodriguesRooseveltHSB115-8
2007JamieSmithIolaniHSB116-0
2007VickyTagalicodHiloHSB105-9
2007AnaleeViena-LotaKamehamehaHSB125-10
2007NicoleFuMaryknollHSB125-5
2007CourtneyGaddisKalaniHSB125-10
2007Ta NitraByrdRadfordHSB96-0
2007ManaHopkinsKonawaenaHSB115-9
2007ShanadeeCanonKalaheoHSB125-7
2007LianaHanato-SmithKonawaenaHSB125-5
2007JanelleNomuraPunahouHSB105-6
2007ChelseaDeptulaPunahouHSB125-9
2007ChelsieSatoMcKinleyHSB125-6
2007BobbieAwaKonawaenaHSB COYCOY
2007BobbieAwaKonawaenaHA COY
2007MikeTaylorPunahouHA COY
2007JazzminAwa-WilliamsKonawaenaHA POY125-9
2007KeishaKanekoaKonawaenaHA125-6
2007IwalaniRodriguesRooseveltHA115-9
2007AnaleeViena-LotaKamehamehaHA125-9
2007JamieSmithIolaniHA116-0
2006Shawna-LeiKuehuPunahouHSB POY105-9
2006TatrianaLorenzoKamehamehaHSB125-6
2006JazzminAwa-WilliamsKonawaenaHSB115-8
2006TatiBeasleyRooseveltHSB125-7
2006KeishaKanekoaHonokaaHSB115-6
2006IwalaniRodriguesRooseveltHSB105-8
2006JamieSmithIolaniHSB105-9
2006NicoleFuMaryknollHSB115-5
2006VickyTagalicodHiloHSB95-9
2006Shaena-LynKuehuPunahouHSB105-9
2006ShanadeeCanonKalaheoHSB115-7
2006ArteviaWilyKahukuHSB125-6
2006HaunaniLifteeKonawaenaHSB125-5
2006Hennesea-SueTokumuraIolaniHSB125-5
2006CamillaAh-HoyKahukuHSB125-7
2006MikeTaylorPunahouHSB COY
2006Shawna-LeiKuehuPunahouHA POY105-10
2006JazzminAwa-WilliamsKonawaenaHA115-9
2006TatiBeasleyRooseveltHA125-6
2006TatrianaLorenzoKamehamehaHA125-5
2006KeishaKanekoaHonokaaHA115-6
2006MikeTaylorPunahouHA COY
2005Shawna-LeiKuehuPunahouHSB POY95-9
2005KeishaKanekoaHonokaaHSB105-5
2005JessicaHanatoKonawaenaHSB125-6
2005Shanna-LeiDacanayPunahouHSB125-3
2005MikeTaylorPunahouHSB COY
2005ShardePrattKaiserHSB115-8
2005TerevaMooreRadfordHSB115-9
2005TatiBeasleyRooseveltHSB115-6
2005TatrianaLorenzoKamehamehaHSB115-6
2005LeilaniGaldonesKS-HawaiiHSB115-6
2005Hennasea-SueTokumuraIolaniHSB115-3
2005NicoleLehnerKasierHSB125-6
2005ChristineTakaraPunahouHSB125-7
2005AishaAleKahukuHSB125-10
2005JazzmineAwa-WilliamsKonawaenaHSB105-8
2005TaylorSmithKalaheoHSB125-10
2005Shanna-LeiDacanayPunahouHA POY125-3
2005KeishaKanekoaHonokaaHA105-5
2005JessicaHanatoKonawaenaHA125-7
2005Shawna-LeiKuehuPunahouHA95-9
2005TaylorSmithKalaheoHA125-11
2005JazzminAwa-WilliamsKonawaenaHA105-8
2005MikeTaylorPunahouHA COY
2004Shanna-LeiDacanayPunahouHSB115-2
2004KamiKapakuBaldwinHSB125-6
2004JessicaHanatoKonawaenaHSB115-6
2004NancyHoistKonawaenaHSB POY125-10
2004LatoyaWilyKahukuHSB126-0
2004BobbieAwaKonawaenaHSB COY
2004KarlaTaileleKahukuHA125-5
2004KamiKapakuBaldwinHA125-6
2004NancyHoistKonawaenaHA POY125-10
2004SunshineMisa-UliFarringtonHA125-10
2004LatoyaWilyKahukuHA126-0
2004BobbieAwaKonawaenaHA COY
2003MeganChingKamehamehaHA125-6
2003RachelKanePunahouHA POY125-7
2003PattiHardimonMoanaluaHA125-8
2003SunshineMisa-UliFarringtonHA115-10
2003LatoyaWilyKahukuHA116-0
2003WendyAnaeKahukuHA COY
2003WendyAnaeKahukuHSB COY
2003MeganChingKamehamehaHSB125-6
2003PattiHardimonMoanaluaHSB125-8
2003LatoyaWilyKahukuHSB116-0
2003BeckyHoguePunahouHSB126-1
2003AmberLeeMcKinleyHSB126-1
2003RachelKanePunahouHSB POY125-7
2002MeganChingKamehamehaHSB POY115-7
2002RachelKanePunahouHSB115-7
2002AmberLeeMcKinleyHSB116-0
2002NancyHoistKonawaenaHSB105-9
2002BeckyHoguePunahouHSB116-0
2002ClayCockettKamehamehaHSB COY
2002MeganChingKamehamehaHA POY115-7
2002RachelKanePunahouHA115-7
2002AmberLeeMcKinleyHA116-0
2002NancyHoistKonawaenaHA105-9
2002BeckyHoguePunahouHA116-0
2002ClayCockettKamehamehaHA COY
2001BrandyRichardsonKalaheoHA POY126-0
2001ArittaLaneAieaHA125-11
2001MiliaMacfarlanePunahouHA125-6
2001KyleeNakamuraAieaHA125-1
2001MonicaTokoroIolaniHA125-4
2001FranVillarmia-KahawaiAieaHA COY
2001ArittaLaneAieaHSB COPOY125-11
2001BrandyRichardsonKalaheoHSB COPOY126-0
2001MiliaMacfarlanePunahouHSB125-6
2001MonicaTokoroIolaniHSB125-4
2001NicoleGarbinBaldwinHSB125-8
2001FranVillarmia-KahawaiAieaHSB COY
2000BrandyRichardsonKalaheoHSB POY115-11
2000MiliaMacfarlanePunahouHSB115-5
2000KealaniKimballKamehamehaHSB125-10
2000JadeSavusaMid-PacificHSB125-8
2000RaelenSelfKamehamehaHSB125-6
2000ClayCockettKamehamehaHSB COY
2000DarinPilialohaNanakuliHSB COY
2000BrandyRichardsonKalaheoHA POY115-10
2000KealaniKimballKamehamehaHA125-10
2000MiliaMacfarlanePunahouHA115-5
2000JadeSavusaMid-PacificHA125-8
2000RaelenSelfKamehamehaHA125-6
2000DarinLeeMid-PacificHA COY
1999SheilaAzevedoWaiakeaHSB125-9
1999AmberEhiaMcKinleyHSB115-4
1999MichelleGabrielMaryknollHSB125-6
1999KealaniKimballKamehamehaHSB115-9
1999EsteeOkamuraPunahouHSB125-6
1999BrandyRichardsonKalaheoHSB POY105-10
1999MikeTaylorMaryknollHSB COY
1999BrandyRichardsonKalaheoHA POY105-10
1999ClayCockettKamehamehaHA COY
1999KeaKimballKamehamehaHA115-9
1999SheilaAzevedoWaiakeaHA125-9
1999EsteeOkumuraPunahouHA125-6
1999MichelleGabrielMaryknollHA125-6
1999MiliaMacfarlanePunahouHA105-5
1998OnaonaMillerPunahouHSB POY125-11
1998KimTaylorKalaheoHSB125-9
1998BrandyRichardsonKalaheoHSB95-10
1998SheilaAzevedoWaiakeaHSB115-7
1998LisaArcangelLahainalunaHSB125-9
1998AinaKohlerLahainalunaHSB126-1
1998ShellyFeyPunahouHSB COY
1998OnaonaMillerPunahouHA POY125-11
1998KimTaylorKalaheoHA125-9
1998BrandyRichardsonKalaheoHA95-10
1998SheilaAzevedoWaiakeaHA115-10
1998MichelleGabrielMaryknollHA105-5
1998ShelleyFeyPunahouHA COY
1997ErinStovallIolaniHSB POY125-8
1997OnaonaMillerPunahouHSB115-11
1997KiiSpencer-VasconcellosPunahouHSB125-5
1997DaynaGambillHonokaaHSB125-5
1997MarjorieNepoMcKinleyHSB125-10
1997ShellyFeyPunahouHSB COY
1997Ki'iSpencer-VasconcellosPunahouHA POY125-5
1997OnaonaMillerPunahouHA115-11
1997DaynaGambillHonokaaHA125-5
1997MarjorieNepoMcKinleyHA125-10
1997CianCarvalhoKapaaHA116-0
1997ChicoFurtadoKalaheoHA COY
1996TianaFuertesIolaniHA POY125-3
1996DarolynCustodioMcKinleyHA125-5
1996RachelWatsonKamehamehaHA125-10
1996BooArnoldKamehamehaHA125-10
1996Ki'iSpencer-VasconcellosPunahouHA115-5
1996BernieChingIolaniHA COY
1995BJItomanIolaniHA POY125-6
1995DarolynCustodioMcKinleyHA105-6
1995TianaFuertesIolaniHA115-6
1995ReginaKaaihiliKamehamehaHA125-6
1995HedyLiuUniversityHA125-11
1995BernieChingIolaniHA COY
1994BJItomanIolaniHA POY115-5
1994JodiBensonMoanaluaHA125-5
1994TianaFuertesIolaniHA105-3
1994HedyLiuUniversityHA115-11
1994Ki'iSpencer-VasconcellosPunahouHA95-6
1994ShelleyFeyPunahouHA COY
1993NaniCockettKamehamehaHA POY125-11
1993BJItomanIolaniHA105-3
1993MaliaAndaganSt. AnthonyHA125-9
1993JodiBensonMoanaluaHA115-5
1993AuliiEllisKamehamehaHA125-9
1993AlApoKamehamehaHA COY
1992NaniCockettKamehamehaHA POY115-11
1992KaheaSchuckertHonokaaHA125-4
1992KaleiArnoldKamehamehaHA125-10
1992JodiBensonMoanaluaHA105-4
1992VioletCarrilloKapaaHA125-5
1992DanaTakaharaMoanaluaHA COY
1991NaniCockettKamehamehaHA POY105-11
1991NancyAnetipaUniversityHA125-10
1991KauiDalireKamehamehaHA125-6
1991RozRipleyUniversityHA125-9
1991KaheaSchuckertHonokaaHA115-4
1991AlApoKamehamehaHA COY
1990MelanieAzamaIolaniSB POY125-3
1990KauiWakitaHiloSB125-11
1990MaliaKuenzliKamehamehaSB125-10
1990CindiPilaKamehamehaSB125-5
1990IcelynnWahinepioKaimukiSB115-8
1990AlApoKamehamehaSB COY
1990MelanieAzamaIolaniHA POY125-3
1990KauiWakitaHiloHA125-11
1990NaniCockettKamehamehaHA95-10
1990IcelynnWahinepioKaimukiHA115-8
1990MaliaKuenzliKamehamehaHA125-9
1990AlApoKamehamehaHA COY
1989MichelleArnoldKamehamehaSB125-10
1989MelanieAzamaIolaniSB115-3
1989MonicaFariaKaiserSB125-7
1989JenniferKaeoWaiakeaSB125-4
1989CarolineTatupuIolaniSB125-10
1989JenniferKaeoWaiakeaHA POY125-5
1989MelanieAzamaIolaniHA115-3
1989MichelleArnoldKamehamehaHA125-10
1989MonicaFariaKaiserHA125-7
1989KauiWakitaHiloHA115-11
1989BernieChingIolaniHA COY
1988JenniferKaeoWaiakeaHA POY115-5
1988JulieWasselMaryknollHA125-9
1988MonicaFariaKaiserHA115-7
1988MichelleArnoldKamehamehaHA115-10
1988MelanieAzamaIolaniHA105-3
1988AlApoKamehamehaHA COY
1982KarenYamaguchiUniversitySB POY125-1
1982DonnaKalamaUniversitySB105-11
1982TerryCooperPunahouSB125-6
1982CindyStehouwerPunahouSB125-10
1982RaeleneTasakaRooseveltSB125-3
1982LarryKandaUniversitySB COY
1979KimLungPunahouHA POY125-3
1979CelesteCabralKalaheoHA125-10
1979AudreyPaganUniversityHA115-9
1979CherylShimizuMoanaluaHA125-3
1979CynthiaStehouwerPunahouHA95-10
1979RobDurandPunahouHA COY

COMMENTS

  1. A Fan March 11, 2018 6:25 am

    Agree with the Molina pick. But about 5-6 of these picks have me scratching my head. It’s almost like the people who voted for these kids either paid too much attention to the boys or barely watched the girls.


  2. Kalei808 March 11, 2018 8:02 am

    Need some clarity on the OIA’s picks


  3. Basketball Fan March 11, 2018 8:15 pm

    The scoringlive picks are way more legit. Some of these picks have me scratching my head. Kids from losing teams. Others who missed a lot of games due to injury. Striking out on some neighbor island kids.


  4. ONE TEAM March 12, 2018 8:49 am

    I don’t agree with the Molina pick. Sure Kona won the championship, but who do they play during the regular season. NOBODY. She is a damn good pick if it was for Player of the Tournament (even though she benefited from a lot of phantom calls, if you don’t believe, re-watch Mr. Honda’s video footage). For the girls, the ILH is the toughest division, and that’s where the POY should have came from.


  5. hoops4life March 12, 2018 11:21 pm

    I agree with ILH being the toughest division, but their was a reason Kona won the Championship and its because no ILH team could beat them twice. Once during preseason, but that’s about it. As for phantom calls that would be an excuse for losing. POY is chosen by the media and coaches so Molina is definitely the best pick throughout the State of Hawaii because with her leadership and stepping up in big games is what it takes to win a Championship both in BIIF and HHSAA, even Chico from Maryknoll himself said so. Congratulations to All the FAB15


  6. Vikingspride March 13, 2018 6:53 am

    ONE TEAM,

    If you watched the tournament, you probably would’ve been able to say that Waiakea is no pushover, and neither is Hilo, who got left out of the tournament. I agree Maryknoll is a great team with tons of talent and pride, but the rest of the ILH wasn’t looking that hot this season. Take for instance in D2 Saint Francis for all that hype and the Rank 5 in the pre-tournament Star-Advertiser OVERALL poll lost rather convincingly to KS-Hawaii, who could never beat the 3rd D1 BIIF team Hilo throughout the season. Don’t get me wrong ILH is a great league, but I feel this year wasn’t its year, and Molina and Coach Awa showed what it takes to perfor when it really matters.


  7. Basketball Fan March 13, 2018 8:10 am

    @hoops4life I think that is a pretty reasonable theory. There is some merit. This is who I am thinking should have been on this list like scoringlive has.

    Iolani – Maeda
    Hilo – Kawaha
    Waiakea – Imai
    Campbell – Balino

    I would have left 3 girls off this list.


  8. Basketball Fan March 13, 2018 8:14 am

    Take for instance in D2 Saint Francis for all that hype and the Rank 5 in the pre-tournament Star-Advertiser OVERALL poll lost rather convincingly to KS-Hawaii, who could never beat the 3rd D1 BIIF team Hilo throughout the season….

    @ Viking Pride, I think you are taking this a little out of context. St. Francis’ starting center Mata Sagapolutle who made second team All-ILH and is a rebounder and rim protector hurt her MCL in the semis. I think she tried to play and only played 4-6 mins being really ineffective.

    Also, Lani Neves, arguably their top player who played the entire preseason, then stopped playing when the ILH season started, left the school.

    The St. Francis team that was rolling during the preseason was a drastically different team than you saw in the state final. Give that team Neves and a healthy Sagapolutele and I am confident they beat KS-Hawaii by 15-20.


  9. Paul Honda March 13, 2018 11:54 am

    Feel free to post your personal Fab 15, everyone. There’s no perfect list. We do everything by vote, so the chips fall where they fall.

    I know there’s sometimes a bias toward championship or winning team records. But I also know this is a vote based on individual accomplishments to some extent. Ernie Banks won the NL MVP once. Chicago was a last-place team. Go figure.


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