Honor roll – Oct. 18

Air Riflery
>> Angela Anzai, Pearl City: 517 against Waianae
>> Brandon Arakaki, Kalani: 517 vs. McKinley; 513, third in the OIA championships
>> Linda Char, Punahou: 528, fourth in ILH championships
>> Ian Hew, HBA: 535 to place second in the ILH championships
>> Caitlin Hooker, Kailua: 518 to win the OIA championship
>> Milton Ibera, Pearl City: 523 against Waianae; 516 to place second in the OIA championship
>> Matthew Inn, Moanalua: 514 vs. Kailua; 519 against Kalani
>> Sean Lamorena, Pearl City: 526 vs. Leilehua; 530 to win the OIA championship
>> Uy-Di Nancy Le, Kalani: 521 against McKinley; 523 vs. Moanalua; 513, second in the OIA championships
>> Jerel Mudloff, Saint Louis: 518 to place fourth in the ILH championships
>> Christie Obatake, Punahou: 529, third in ILH championships
>> Erik Oberacker, Punahou: 521 to place third in the ILH championships
>> Keanu Paikai, Kamehameha: 542 to win the ILH title
>> Grant Takara, Kalani: 511 vs. Moanalua
>> Kristie Thornburg, Sacred Hearts: 532, runner-up in ILH championships
>> Celia Wong, Sacred Hearts: 539 to capture the ILH crown

>> Duke Bukoski, Saint Louis: three receptions for 134 yards, including an 80-yard touchdown, against Punahou
>> Mark Bumanglag, Waipahu: rushed for 116 yards and a touchdown vs. Anuenue
>> Jun Cho, Kalani: rushed for 91 yards and two touchdowns, including a game-clinching 54-yard score in the final quarter, as Kalani ended a 57-game losing streak with a 26-14 win over Nanakuli
>> Solomon Dixon, McKinley: 167 total yards and three touchdowns in a win over Kalaheo
>> Ikaika Gante, Anuenue: rushed for 171 yards and two touchdowns, and also returned a fumble for a score against Waipahu
>> Ikaika Karney, Pac-Five: eight receptions for 134 yards and a touchdown against ‘Iolani
>> Wilkins Kato, Kalani: passed for 228 yards (16-for-29) and two touchdowns against Nanakuli
>> Keano Kuia, Kalani: eight receptions for 129 yards and two touchdowns against Nanakuli
>> Marcus Mariota, Saint Louis: The 6-foot-3, 190-pound senior passed for 390 yards (14-for-20) and two touchdowns while running for two more scores in a 42-7 win over Punahou. Saint Louis clinched the ILH title and a state berth with the win.
>> Justin Pagan, Kalaheo: 150 total yards against McKinley
>> Victor Moananu, Waipahu: rushed for 124 yards, two touchdowns against Anuenue

>> Ho‘onani Apo, Kahuku: 11 kills in a playoff win over Kailua
>> Elizabeth Blake, Kahuku: 13 kills against Pearl City
>> Courtney Calicdan, Moanalua: 11 kills in a playoff win over Kaiser
>> Kaya Chang, Pearl City: 14 kills in a playoff victory over Castle
>> Marie Fujii, Pearl City: 32 assists vs. Kahuku
>> Talia Jardin-Fermantez, Kamehameha: seven blocks and seven kills in a win over Mid-Pacific
>> Lepeka Kalulu-Sugai, Kahuku: came off the bench for 11 kills against Pearl City
>> Misty Ma‘a, Kamehameha: 14 kills vs. Punahou
>> Tai Manu-Olevao, Punahou: 12 kills against Kamehameha
>> Teuila Nautu, Kahuku: dished 31 assists vs. Kailua and 50 more against Pearl City
>> Keani Passi, Pearl City: 12 kills against Castle and 18 vs. Kahuku
>> Erin Perez, Moanalua: 16 kills (.517) vs. Kaiser
>> Aloha Robins-Hardy, Kamehameha: 31 assists vs. Mid-Pacific
>> Ali Santi, Punahou: 40 assists against Kamehameha
>> Nicole Sniffen, Kamehameha: 10 kills vs. Punahou
>> Nikki Taylor, Kaiser: 15 kills against Moanalua
>> Courtney Uyeda, Moanalua: 34 assists vs. Kaiser


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