Looking back at every 2017-18 state championship

Hilo coach Kaeo Drummondo kissed the trophy after the Vikings won the Division I football state championship Nov. 18 at Aloha Stadium. Photo by Dennis Oda / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

It was quite a year in state high school sports.

From an amazing tripleheader football state championship that started on Saturday afternoon and ended early Sunday morning to Corey Cabanban‘s fourth state championship in wrestling and on to Leilehua’s first state title in softball.

All of that and everything in between from the 2017-18 state championships is recapped below.

2017 FALL SPORTS

BOYS AIR RIFLERY

>> Since 1999 (19th year)
>> 2017 champion: Moanalua
>> Oct. 24, 2017, Blaisdell Exhibition Hall
>> Title sponsor: Civilian Marksmanship Program

Pac-Five (Hawaii Baptist) sophomore Donovan Shiraishi (633.4) captured the individual title, and the Moanalua boys won their second overall team championship and second straight under coach Bryce Yonesaki.

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GIRLS AIR RIFLERY

>> Since 1999 (19th year)
>> 2017 champion: Sacred Hearts
>> Oct. 24, 2017, Blaisdell Exhibition Hall
>> Title sponsor: Civilian Marksmanship Program

Island Pacific Academy senior Alyssa Okimoto (635.5) was the individual winner, and the Sacred Hearts girls tallied their ninth state championship and first under coach Carlton Lum.

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BOYS BOWLING

>> Since 1974 (44th year)
>> 2017 champion: Mililani
>> Oct. 27, 2017, Kauai Lanes
>> Title sponsor: Billy Tees

Mililani bowled to its second state championship and first with coch Corey Zukeran.

Campbell freshman Josiah Benner-Eslit knocked down 1,841 pins for the individual championship.

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GIRLS BOWLING

>> Since 1974 (44th year)
>> 2017 champion: Pearl City
>> Oct. 27, 2017, Kauai Lanes
>> Title sponsor: Billy Tees

The Pearl City girls won a 13th state crown and sixth with head coach Millie Gomes.

Individually, Leilehua’s Gwen Maeha (1,799) added a third state championship to her resume.

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GIRLS VOLLEYBALL (Division I)

>> Since 1969 (49th year)
>> 2017 champion: Kamehameha
>> Oct. 28, 2017, Blaisdell Arena
>> Title sponsor: New City Nissan
>> Honolulu Star-Advertiser player of the year: Saige Ka’aha’aina-Torres (‘Iolani senior outside hitter)
>> Honolulu Star-Advertiser coach of the year: Chris Blake (Kamehameha)

The Kamehameha girls swept ‘Iolani in three sets for their 21st state crown and ninth under coach Chris Blake.

Junior middle Braelyn Akana had nine kills and 13 digs, and senior outside hitter Kili Robins added eight kills, while junior setter Lexis Akeo contributed with 35 assists in the championship match.

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GIRLS VOLLEYBALL (Division II)

>> Since 2005 (13th year)
>> 2017 champion: Le Jardin
>> Oct. 28, 2017, Blaisdell Arena:
>> Title sponsor: New City Nissan

Le Jardin senior hitter Julia Fisher put down 23 kills and fellow senior hitter Natalie Piper added 22 in a four-set victory over Hawaii Baptist in the final. Freshman setter Nive Tuileta had 48 assists.

It was the second state title and second in a row for Le Jardin with coach Lee Lamb.

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BOYS CROSS COUNTRY (Division I)

>> Since 1965 (53rd year)
>> 2017 champion: ‘Iolani
>> Oct. 28, 2017, Island School/Kauai Community College
>> Title sponsor: Honolulu Marathon

Kalaheo senior Colby Otero covered the 5-kilometer course in 16:21.91 for the individual victory.

The ‘Iolani boys won their fifth state crown and third in a row under coach Jack Kuo.

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BOYS CROSS COUNTRY (Division II)

>> Since 2012 (sixth year)
>> 2017 champion: Hawaii Baptist
>> Oct. 28, 2017, Island School/Kauai Community College
>> Title sponsor: Honolulu Marathon

Coach Adam Kondo and the Hawaii Baptist boys captured a the school’s second state title.

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GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY (Division I)

>> Since 1965 (53rd year)
>> 2017 champion: Punahou
>> Oct. 28,2017, Island School/Kauai Community College
>> Title sponsor: Honolulu Marathon

Seabury Hall senior Veronica Winham became a two-time individual state champion, finishing the 5K course in 19:16.10.

The Punahou girls won the team state title for the 30th time, sixth in a row, 12th in the last 13 years and 14th under coach Duncan Macdonald.

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GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY (Division II)

>> Since 2012 (sixth year)
>> 2017 champion: Seabury Hall
>> Oct. 28, 2017, Island School/Kauai Community College
>> Title sponsor: Honolulu Marathon

Seabury Hall, with coach Bobby Grossman, has won all six of the D-II state championships since the first one in 2012.

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CHEERLEADING (large division)

>> Since 2001: (17th year)
>> 2017 champion: Mililani
>> Nov. 4, 2017, Blaisdell Arena
>> Title sponsor: Zippy’s

Coach Renesha Kierstedt and her Mililani team have now won three state championships and are on a streak of two in a row. The Trojans also have five runner-up finishes.

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CHEERLEADING (medium division)

>> Since 2001 (17th year)
>> 2017 champion: Sacred Hearts
>> Nov. 4, 2017, Blaisdell Arena
>> Title sponsor: Zippy’s

The Sacred Hearts girls, with coach Cadey Rhinelander, broke through for their first state title.

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FOOTBALL (Open)

>> Since 2016 (second year)
>> 2017 champion: Saint Louis
>> Nov. 18, 2017, Aloha Stadium:
>> Title sponsor: First Hawaiian Bank
>> Honolulu Star-Advertiser offensive player of the year: Chevan Cordeiro (Saint Louis senior quarterback)
>> Honolulu Star-Advertiser defensive player of the year: Kana’i Mauga (Waianae senior linebacker)
>> Honolulu Star-Advertiser coach of the year: Cal Lee (Saint Louis)

Saint Louis won its second straight state championship in the second year of the Open Division. The Crusaders have five top-tier state crowns and three under coach Cal Lee. The also have six runner-up finishes.

Saint Louis took a 24-7 lead in the third quarter of the championship game, but Kahuku fought back with three TDs in a row. Sophomore Sol-Jay Maiava‘s 59-yard pass to sophomore Kaonohi Kaniho with 6:25 to go gave the Red Raiders a 28-24 lead.

But Saint Louis won it 31-28 on senior Chevan Cordeiro‘s 53-yard pass to senior Jonah Panoke with 37 seconds left.

Due to a tripleheader at Aloha Stadium starting at 2 p.m. the Open Division game didn’t finish until 1:04 a.m. on Nov. 19.

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FOOTBALL (Division I)

>> Since 1999 (19th year)
>> 2017 champion: Hilo
>> Nov. 18, 2017, Aloha Stadium
>> Title sponsor: First Hawaiian Bank

With Kaeo Drummondo at the helm, Hilo won its first state football title by beating Damien 34-19.

At one point, Damien led 13-7, and the Monarchs trailed by two points, 21-19, with 6:04 to go in the third quarter.

Senior quarterback Kaleo Apao rushed for 98 yards and passed for 134, and senior running back Kahale Huddleston rushed for 91 yards and added 54 receiving yards for the Vikings.

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FOOTBALL (Division II)

>> Since 2003 (15th year)
>> 2017 champion: Lahainaluna
>> Nov. 18, 2017, Aloha Stadium:
>> Title sponsor: First Hawaiian Bank

Co-head coaches Robert Watson and Garret Tihada led the Lunas to their second overall state championship and second in a row. Prior to that, Lahainaluna had three runner-up finishes.

Sophomore Joshua Tihada scored on a 4-yard run in the seventh overtime for the Lunas’ 75-69 victory over Konawaena. One series before in the seventh OT, Lahainalua’s defense held Hilo without any points.

Konawaena tied it up 31-31 at the end of regulation on senior Chauncey Mariani-Louis‘ 3-yard TD run and senior Austin Ewing‘s two-point conversion pass to sophomore Hunter Wehrsig.

Both teams scored points to match each other in the first six overtimes.

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2018 WINTER SPORTS

GIRLS BASKETBALL (Division I)

>> Since 1977 (42nd year)
>> 2018 champion: Konawaena
>> Feb. 3, 2018, Blaisdell Arena
>> Title sponsor: Snapple
>> Honolulu Star-Advertiser player of the year: Cherilyn Molina (Konawaena senior)
>> Honolulu Star-Advertiser coach of the year: Bobbie Awa (Konawaena)

Konawaena and coach Bobbie Ava won its ninth state championship and fourth in a row.

Senior Cherilyn Molina scored 22 points, including a 13-for-18 performance from the free-throw line, and grabbed eight rebounds to lead the way.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL (Division (II)

>> Since 2004 (15th year)
>> 2018 champion: Kamehameha-Hawaii
>> Feb. 3, 2018, Blaisdell Arena
>> Title sponsor: Snapple

Saydee Aganus scored 18 points and collected 11 rebounds to lead Kamehameha-Hawaii and coach Weston Willard to a 41-32 victory over St. Francis for the state D-II title, the first in school history.

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BOYS CANOE PADDLING

>> Since 2002 (17th year)
>> 2018 champion: Punahou
>> Feb. 3, 2018, Hilo Bay
>> Title sponsor: Hawaiian Airlines

Senior Riley Lathrop, juniors Gabriel El Hajji, Trevor Hemmings and Isaac Miller, and sophomores Aukina Hunt and James Morris were in the crew that led the Buffanblu to the state title.

Coach Rocky Higgins now has six state titles with Punahou and four in a row.

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GIRLS CANOE PADDLING

>> Since 2002 (17th year)
>> 2018 champion: Punahou
>> Feb. 3, 2018, Hilo Bay
>> Title sponsor: Hawaiian Airlines

The winning Buffanblu crew was made up of senior Olivia Klem, juniors Kayla Lee, Pomai Ogata and Grace Blanchette, sophomore Dillyn Lietzke, and freshman Mehana Leafchild.

Punahou’s state title was the school’s fifth overall and second under coach Becky Fardal.

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MIXED CANOE PADDLING

>> Since 2002 (17th year)
>> 2018 champion: Seabury Hall
>> Feb. 3, 2018, Hilo Bay
>> Title sponsor: Hawaiian Airlines

The Spartans’ winning crew consisted of seniors Taysia Pimentel, Kai Ponting, Kainalu Kubo, Kaya Givensel, Shea Stisher and Dylan Newbro.

Coach Paul Lu’uwai and the Seabury Hall mixed crew have won three overall state titles and three in a row.

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GIRLS SOCCER (Division I)
>> Since 1982 (37th year)
>> 2018 champion: ‘Iolani
>> Feb. 10, 2018, Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium
>> Title sponsor: The Queen’s Medical Center

The ‘Iolani girls got a goal from sophomore Mia Watanabe in a 1-0 victory over Pearl City in the championship match.

For the Raiders, it was the sixth state title in school history, second in a row, and third under coach Kristin Masunaga.

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GIRLS SOCCER (Division II)
>> Since 2007 (12th year)
>> 2018 champion: Hawaii Prep
>> Feb. 10, 2018, Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium
>> Title sponsor: The Queen’s Medical Center
>> Honolulu Star-Advertiser player of the year: Kaile Halvorsen (Kaiser senior striker)
>> Honolulu Star-Advertiser coach of the year: Kristin Masunaga (‘Iolani)

Senior Jordan Zarate, junior Emi Higgins and sophomore Kahele Walsh scored goals for Ka Makani in a 3-2 victory over Kamehameha-Hawaii in the championship match.

It was the fifth state title overall and in a row for Hawaii Prep, all under coach Steve Perry.

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BOYS SWIMMING AND DIVING

>> Since 1958 (61st year)
>> 2018 champion: Punahou
>> Feb. 10, 2018, Kihei Aquatic Center
>> Title sponsor: K. Mark Takai

Punahou won its 47th state championhip, fifth in a row and 16th under coach Jeff Meister.

Some winning performances included:

>>Mid-Pacific’s Michael Petrides set the 200-yard individual medley state meet record in 1:48.73.

>> Roosevelt’s Joseph Ahia won the 50 freestyle (21.11) and 100 butterfyly (50.26).

>> Punahou’s freestyle relay team of senior Jake Gaughan, juniors Tyler Kawakami and Josh Nekoba, and freshman Noah Peters set the state meet record in 3:06.01.

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GIRLS SWIMMING AND DIVING

>> Since 1958 (61st year)
>> 2018 champion: Punahou
>> Feb, 10, 2018, Kihei Aquatic Center
>> Title sponsor: K. Mark Takai

Punahou captured its 51st state title, third in a row, fourth in the last five years, 10th in the last 13 years nad 18th under coach Jeff Meister.

Some winning performances included:

>> Punahou junior Sydnee Whitty won the 200 freestyle (1:50.69) and the 100 freestyle (51.18).

>> The Buffanblu’s 400 freestyle relay team of Whitty, senior Alexa Phillips, and juniors Nohea Lileikis and Chanel Ng set the state meet record in 3:29.35.

>> Punahou’s Whitty, Ng, Phillips and sophomore Tori Gacutan won the 200 freestyle relay.

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BOYS WRESTLING

>> Since 1966 (53rd year)
>> 2018 champion: Leilehua
>> Feb. 15, 2018, Blaisdell Arena
>> Title sponsor: Texaco

Coach Kevin Corbett and Leilehua won by a single point over Kamehameha for the team state title, 156-155. It was the school’s second team state crown and first under Corbett.

Individually, Saint Louis senior Corey Cabanban won his fourth state championship.

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GIRLS WRESTLING

>> Since 1998 (21st year)
>> 2018 champion: Baldwin
>> Feb. 15, 2018, Blaisdell Arena
>> Title sponsor: Texaco

Coach Race Hozaki and the Bears broke through for the school’s first team state championship.

Two girls won their third individual state title — Kahuku senior Teniya Alo, and Leilehua junior Kelani Corbett.

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BOYS BASKETBALL (Division I)

>> Since 1957 (62nd year)
>> 2018 champion: Punahou
>> Feb. 16, 2018, Stan Sheriff Center
>> Title sponsor: Snapple

Les Falatea had 12 points, and Duke Clemens scored 10 points with six rebounds in Punahou’s 64-37 title-game win over Kahuku.

The Buffanblu now have 11 state championships. Coach Darren Matsuda has two of those.

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BOYS BASKETBALL (Division II)

>> From 1965 to 1982, and since 2007 (27th year)
>> 2018 champion: St. Francis
>> Feb. 16, 2018, Stan Sheriff Center
>> Title sponsor: Snapple
>> Honolulu Star-Advertiser player of the year: Tolu Smith (Kahuku senior forward)
>> Honolulu Star-Advertiser coach of the year: Duane Omori (McKinley)

St. Francis won a third state championship, second in a row and second under coach Ron Durant.

In the 76-52 win over Damien in the title game, junior Kameron Ng scored 29 points, sophomore Kordel Ng chipped in with 15 points, and senior Boris Vukovic had 10 rebounds.

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BOYS SOCCER (Division I)

>> Since 1974 (45th year)
>> 2018 champion: Baldwin and Hawaii Prep (co-champions)
>> Feb. 17, 2018, Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium
>> Title sponsor: The Queen’s Medical Center
>> Honolulu Star-Advertiser player of the year: Angelo Deloso-Flocco (Baldwin senior striker)
>> Honolulu Star-Advertiser coach of the year: Rich Braithwaite (Hawaii Preparatory Academy)

Due to a threat of lightning in a scoreless overtime match between Baldwin and Hawaii Prep, the ending was canceled and both teams declared winners.

Bears senior Angelo Deloso-Flocco and Ka Makani junior Jake Schneider led the way with several scoring chances, but could not find the net.

For Baldwin and coach Kane Palazzotto, it was the first state title.

Hawaii Prep had never won a D-I state title before. Ka Makani, however, had captured two D-II state crowns in a row going into the 2018 tourney. All of those titles were under coach Rich Braithwaite.

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BOYS SOCCER (Division II)

>> Since 2008 (11th year)
>> 2018 champion: Kamehameha-Hawaii
> Feb. 17, 2018, Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium
>> Title sponsor: The Queen’s Medical Center

Jonathan DeMotta scored on a penalty kick in stoppage time to lift the Warriors and coach Kevin Waltjen to their first state championship.

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2018 SPRING SPORTS

GIRLS WATER POLO

>> Since 2004 (15th year)
>> 2018 champion: Punahou
>> May 5, 2018, at Kamehameha pool
>> Title sponsor: Stanford Carr Development, LLC

Punahou nailed down its 13th state crown overall and 11th in a row, all under coach Ken Smith.

Senior Nai’a Young-Kingsbury and sophomore Dillyn Lietzke scored two goals each in an 8-5 win over Kamehameha in the championship match.

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BOYS VOLLEYBALL (Division I)

>> Since 1969 (49th year)
>> 2018 champion: Punahou
>> May 5, 2018, Blaisdell Arena
>> Title sponsor: New City Nissan
>> Honolulu Star-Advertiser player of the year: TBA
>> Honolulu Star-Advertiser coach of the year: TBA

Senior Ryan Wilcox had 17 kills and four aces in leading the Buffanblu to a three-set sweep of Moanalua in the championship match. Senior Kana’i Akana added 13 kills and eight digs, and senior Jameson McKibbin had 40 assists.

The Buffanblu are the owners of 36 state titles, seven in a row, and nine under coach Rick Tune.

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BOYS VOLLEYBALL (Division II)

>> Since 2005 (13th year)
>> 2018 champion: St. Francis
>> May 5, 2018, Blaisdell Arena
>> Title sponsor: New City Nissan

Senior Wembley Mailei had 17 kills, senior Mofuike Hafoka added 12, and junior Jesus Garcia chipped in with 35 assists in the Saints’ five-set victory over Kapaa in the title match.

Under coach Dandi Holder, St. Francis won its first state title, thanks to a 15-12 win in the fifth set.

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BOYS TENNIS

>> Since 1958 (61st year)
>> 2018 champion: ‘Iolani
>> May 5, 2018, Central Oahu Regional Park
>> Title sponsor: HMSA

Farrington senior Andre Ilagan won his second straight state individual title with a 6-2, 7-6 (6) win over ‘Iolani senior Phuc Huynh in the final.

‘Iolani’s senior Sean Yamamoto and freshman Scott Yamamoto won the doubles state championship by defeating Raiders sophomore teammates Robert Chang and Cody Ching, 6-3, 7-5.

‘Iolani now has seven state team titles and a second in a row under coach Alex Aybar.

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GIRLS TENNIS

>> Since 1958 (61st year)
>> 2018 champion: Punahou
>> May 5, 2018, Central Oahu Regional Park
>> Title sponsor: HMSA

Senior Alyssia Fossorier defeated Punahou senior teammate Katreina Corpuz 6-4, 5-7, 6-2 for the individual state crown.

When they were freshmen, Fossorier and Corpuz teamed up to win the state doubles championship.

In doubles, Punahou junior Clarise Huang and senior Betsy Wo took the state championship with a victory ‘Iolani freshman Sabrina Loui and junior Gabriela Siaosa.

The Buffanblu girls now have 44 overall state team championships, 16 in a row and second under coach Betsy Purpura.

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GIRLS GOLF

>> Since 1994 (25th year)
>> 2018 champion: Punahou
>> May 9, 2018, Turtle Bay Fazio Course
>> Title sponsor: David S. Ishii Foundation

Punahou senior Claire Choi (73-70, 1-under 143) won her second straight individual title by two strokes over Maui junior Reese Gusman.

The Buffanblu captured their 11th championship and 11th in the last 12 years by one stroke (452 to 453) over ‘Iolani.

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BASEBALL (Division I)

>> Since 1959 (60th year)
>> 2018 champion: Baldwin
>> May 11, 2018, Les Murakami Stadium
>> Title sponsor: Wally Yonamine Foundation
>> Honolulu Star-Advertiser position player of the year: TBA
>> Honolulu Star-Advertiser pitcher of the year: TBA
>> Honolulu Star-Advertiser coach of the year: TBA

Baldwin earned its sixth state championship and first under coach Shane Dudoit with a 14-4, five-inning win over Waiakea in the final.

Senior Nainoa Keahi, junior Kevin Varner Jr., and sophomore Haku Dudoit drove in three runs each for the Bears in the title-clincher. Junior Roy Meinen was the winning pitcher.

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BASEBALL (Division II)

>> Since 2008 (11th year)
>> 2018 champion: Damien
>> May 11, 2018, Les Murakami Stadium
>> Title sponsor: Wally Yonamine Foundation

Under coach Timo Donahue, junior Bryce Uyeno was the winning pitcher, and senior Shiloh Kaeo went 2-for-2 with three RBIs in Damien’s 12-0, five-inning win over Radford for the school’s first major sports state championship.

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SOFTBALL (Division I)

>> Since 1977 (42nd year)
>> 2018 champion: Leilehua
>> May 11, 2018, Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium
>> Title sponsor: DataHouse
>> Honolulu Star-Advertiser position player of the year: TBA
>> Honolulu Star-Advertiser pitcher of the year: TBA
>> Honolulu Star-Advertiser coach of the year: TBA

Under first-year coach Wendell Au, Leilehua came through for its first state championship.

In a 14-4, six-inning win over Punahou in the final, junior Kayla Hale went 3-4, sophomore Gianna Araki and senior Kaena Nistal had home run and drove in four runs apiece, and junior Mikayla Pinera had three RBIs. Nistal was also the winning pitcher.

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SOFTBALL (Division II)

>> Since 2004 (15th year)
>> 2018 champion: St. Francis
>> May 11, 2018, Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium
>> Title sponsor: DataHouse

St. Francis got a home run and three RBIs from junior Kailee Mahelona and a winning pitching performance from junior Sierrah Kupihea in a 10-0, five-inning win over Kamehameha-Hawaii in the final.

The state title is the second for the Saints and first under coach Randy Langsi.

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BOYS GOLF

>> Since 1966 (53rd year)
>> 2018 champion: Moanalua
>> May 11, 2018, Turtle Bay Fazio Course
>> Title sponsor: David S. Ishii Foundation

Moanalua got past Punahou by six strokes (590 to 596) for its third state championship.

Moanalua senior Aj Teraoka (74-67, 3-under 141) took the individual crown by one shot over Hawaii Baptist freshman Noah Koshi.

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BOYS TRACK AND FIELD

>> Since 1959 (60th year)
>> 2018 champion: Punahou
>> May 11 and 12, Kamehameha track and field
>> Title sponsor: Island Movers

The Punahou boys won their 34th state championship, second in a row, and first under coach Todd Iacovelli.

Some winning performances were:

>> Punahou senior Andrei Iosivas set the state meet record in the 200-meter dash (21.67) and won the long jump (23 feet, 3 inches) and 100 (10.85).

>> Iosivas was part of two-record setting relay teams. He was with senior Tanner Ono, junior Justin Pu’u-Robinson and sophomore Vincent Terrell in the 4×100 (42.18), and with Pu’u-Robinson, David Tamura and Micah Williams in the 4×400 (3:19.74)

>> Baldwin junior Rey Cadiz won the 110 hurdles (14.53) and 300 hurdles (38.90), and set a record in the 110 hurdles (14.20) in the trials.

>> Punahou sophomore J. Kai Yamafuji (who set an all-Hawaii record with a pole vault of 6 feet at the ILH championships) won the state meet at 14-4. Two others also hit that height, but Yamafuji won on attempts.

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GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD

>> Since 1967 (52nd year)
>> 2018 champion: Punahou
>> May 11 and 12, Kamehameha track and field
>> Title sponsor: Island Movers

The Buffanblu captured their 36th state championship and 10th under coach Duncan Macdonald.

Some winning performances were:

>> Kamehameha-Hawaii sophomore Chenoa Frederick won the long jump (17-5.75), triple jump (39-10) and 100 (12.52).

>> Seabury Hall senior Veronica Winham won the 1,500 (4:50.27), the 800 (2:20.30) and the 3,000 (10:49.27).

>> Hawaii Baptist senior Madison Moku won the 100 hurdles (15.08) and 300 hurdles (44.71).

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BOYS JUDO

>> Since 2003 (16th year)
>> 2018 champion: Moanalua
>> May 5, 2018, Stan Sheriff Center
>> Title sponsor: Atlas Insurance Agency

Moanalua earned its fourth state title, all under coach Brandon Maki.

Na Mehenune junior Noah Wusstig earned his third individual state championship and will go for a fourth next year.

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GIRLS JUDO

>> Since 2003 (16th year)
>> 2018 champion: Moanalua
>> May 5, 2018, Stan Sheriff Center
>> Title sponsor: Atlas Insurance Agency

Mililani junior Mayu Wise captured her third individual title and will go for a fourth next year.

Coach Derron Maki and the Moanalua’s girls broke through for their first state title.

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