Complete Honor Roll (Nov. 2)

honor-rollHere’s the complete Honor Roll, which was cut significantly for the print edition on Tuesday.

Athlete of the Week

Boys


Margarito Martinez, Leilehua cross country: The senior claimed his second state boys crown in a row with a time of 15 minutes, 56 seconds in the Honolulu Marathon/HHSAA Girls Cross Country State Championship at Patsy Mink Central Oahu Regional Park.

Girls

Dakota Grossman, Seabury Hall cross country: The freshman pulled away to win the Honolulu Marathon/HHSAA Girls Cross Country State Championship at Patsy Mink Central Oahu Regional Park.

Air Riflery

>> Keanu Paikai, Kamehameha: captured the boys state title with a score of 552 (194 prone, 177 standing, 181 kneeling). The junior finished five points away from the HHSAA mark

>> Kristie Thornburg, Sacred Hearts: won the girls state title with a score of 540 (185 prone, 171 standing, 184 kneeling)

Bowling

>> Austin Patacsil, Kailua: won the boys state championship with a total of 1,940 pins

>> Tammi Sakaguchi, Kalaheo: took the girls state title with a total of 1,718 pins

Football

>> Ammon Baldomero, ‘Iolani: scored four touchdowns and finished with 97 rushing yards against Damien

>> Trent McKinney, Mililani: passed for 317 yards and five touchdowns, rushed for 96 more yards in a playoff win over Waianae.

>> Hassan Richardson, Mililani: nine catches for 162 yards and touchdowns of 40, 37, 40 and 4 yards against Waianae

>> Puletua Wilson, Waianae: passed for 201 yards and two touchdowns with no picks against Mililani


>> Aofaga Wily, Kahuku: rushed for 165 yards and two touchdowns in a playoff win over Leilehua

Volleyball

>> Kalei Adolpho, Molokai: The 6-1 middle was named to the D-II all-state tournament team

>> C.J. Asuncion, HBA: named to the D-II all-tourney team

>> Quynne Eharis, University: named to the D-II all-tourney team

>> Talia Jardin-Fermantez, Kamehameha: nine kills and five blocks in the final against Punahou as the Warriors won their sixth state title in a row. She was named to the D-I all-tournament team

>> Misty Ma‘a, Kamehameha: 17 kills in the final, named most outstanding player in the D-I state tourney

>> Kawena Puhi, Molokai: the setter was named to the D-II all-tourney team

>> Alohi Robins-Hardy, Kamehameha: compiled 38 assists and five kills in the title win over Punahou. The 6-foot-1 freshman was named to the D-I all-tourney team

>> Brigitte Russo, Punahou: 13 kills against Kaiser, and 13 kills, four blocks in the final against Kamehameha. She was named to the D-I all-tourney team

>> Morgan Rapozo, Waiakea: 19 kills, five aces in an upset of second-seeded Kamehameha-Maui in the state tourney quarterfinals. The senior was named to the D-I all-tourney team

>> Kailana Ritte-Camara, Molokai: the outside hitter was named to the D-II all-tourney team

>> Mikayla Samiano, University: named to the D-II all-tourney team

>> Nikki Taylor, Kaiser: The 6-2 sophomore was named to the D-I all-tournament team.


>> Kalei Vaivai, Molokai: 19 kills in the final vs. University, named most outstanding player of the D-II state tourney as the Farmers won the crown

>> Ashley Vaoifi, Leilehua: named to the D-II all-tourney team

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