4 island spikers named All-American
PrepVolleyball.com has named Adora Anae (Kahuku), McKenna Granato (Punahou), Tiyana Hallums (Kamehameha) and Alohi Robins-Hardy (Kamehameha) to its All-American team.
Remo Gaogao (Punahou) and Mia Heirakuji (Kamehameha) were named to their honorable mention list.
Anae has signed with Utah, Granato, a junior, has committed to Hawaii. Robins-Hardy, a volleyball/basketball standout, signed with BYU.
Gaogao is a senior and has signed with Southern Utah. Heirakuji, an elite libero, is a junior.
Hallums is still considering one of these schools as her choice: Gonzaga, West Point, Auburn, New Mexico, Dartmouth, Harvard, Utah and Cal State Northridge.
Kamehameha’s Tiyana Hallums celebrated a kill against ‘Iolani along with teammate Payton Spragling on Sept. 14, 2013. (Cindy Ellen Russell / Star-Advertiser)
Kamehameha’s Alohi Robins-Hardy. (Krystle Marcellus / Star-Advertiser)
Adore Anae and the Kahuku Red Raiders have the East’s No. 1 seed locked down for the OIA Red playoffs as they try for their fifth OIA championship in six years. / Photo by Jamm Aquino/The Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
Punahou’s Mariah Rigg, left, and McKenna Granato went up for a block against Mira Costa. (Dennis Oda / Star-Advertiser)
2013 Aug 17 SPT – Punahou’s Remo Gaogao hits against Huntington Beach’s (L-R) Samantha Brennan and Gianna Guinasso in the championship round of the Ann Kang Volleyball Tournament on Saturday.
Honolulu Star-Advertiser Photo by Krystle Marcellus