2021 class inducted into HHSAA Hall of Honor

Campbell wide receiver Titus Mokiao-Atimalala signed with UCF and is part of the class of 2021 in the HHSAA Hall of Honor . Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

In the most challenging of years, the senior class found ways to succeed.

The HHSAA Hall of Honor’s class of 2021 is now inducted, and with a formalized quota system in place, more Neighbor Island and OIA candidates landed in the Hall than usual.

Class of 2021
Teani Arakawa, King Kekaulike (Soccer, Cross Country, Track and Field)
Kanani Araki, Kamehameha-Hawai’i (Air Riflery, Swimming, Track and Field)
Alana Barthel, Le Jardin (Swimming)
Cayla Cabanban, Sacred Hearts (Cheerleading)
Alaka’i Gonsalves, Kapa’a (Basketball, Volleyball, Cross Country)
Shayna Kamaka, Baldwin (Wrestling, Volleyball, Water Polo)
Caleb Lomavita, Saint Louis (Baseball)
Koby Moananu, Kaimuki (Football, Basketball, Baseball)
Titus Mokiao-Atimalala, Campbell (Football)
Branden Pagurayan, Kapolei (Wrestling, Judo, Bowling)
Shaye Story, Kamehameha (Water Polo, Swimming)
Lily Wahinekapu, ‘Iolani (Basketball, Volleyball, Track and Field)


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COMMENTS

  1. Q June 13, 2021 7:51 pm

    Congrats to all!
    Challenging year is an understatement.
    Our government, media and medical are complicit of fraud!


  2. Manu June 16, 2021 11:03 am

    Please let kids in other years who deserved to get in. Not fair to them that this year more kids got in when most leagues had no season at all. Many outer island kids deserved to get in last year, etc and past years. Do the right thing!


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