All-State boys volleyball, 2010-2017

Evan Enriques was a complete force for Kamehameha-Hawaii.

With the Star-Advertiser’s boys volleyball all-state team coming out Sunday, here is a look at the All-State teams from 2010-17.

This decade so far will be remembered for Punahou’s dominance that doesn’t seem to be ending anytime soon and the rise of Kamehameha-Hawaii. Evan Enriques was the player of the year twice for the Warriors, in 2012 and 2014, and that run was interrupted by Hawaii Baptist’s Michael Fisher, who ruled the roost from his spot in Division II. Add in Micah Christenson‘s award for Kamehameha in 2011 and it was only the second time Punahou went four years without the player of the year.

Tomorrow we will post the newest edition of the team.

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