Complete Honor Roll (Apr. 23-29)

Here’s the full list of the Prep Honor Roll. (Lack of space in the print edition on Tuesday.)

Athletes of the Week


Hannah Sherrill, Pac-Five track and field: She placed first in the discus and shot put at the ILH championships at Kamehameha’s Kunuiakea Stadium.



Mililani 4×400 relay team, track and field: The foursome of Nathan Cross, Dionte White, Collin Nguyen and Lance Loventhal posted an OIA record time of 3 minutes, 25.02 seconds at the league championships on Saturday. The previous record (3:25.5) was set in 1978 by Kailua.



>> Dustin Nakayama, Castle: hurled a 2-hitter in a win over Campbell, keeping Castle’s state-tourney hopes alive

>> Colin Schmidt, Pac-Five: 3-for-4, double, 4 RBIs against ‘Iolani

>> Jesus Tenorio, Radford: 4-for-4, double against Waialua

>> Joe Yokoi, Kamehameha: 3-for-4, triple, 5 RBIs against Damien



>> Haley Nakamura, Lahainaluna: the shortstop homered and tripled with 4 RBIs, 4 runs as the Lady Lunas downed Baldwin for the MIL crown


Track and Field

>> Romar Bacosa, Radford: first in the long jump and 400 at the OIA championships

>> Raion Black, Christian Academy: first in the 100 and 200 dashes, and second in the 400 at the ILH championships

>> Diamond Briscoe, Pearl City: first in the 200 and 400 dashes at the OIA championships

>> Keanu Foki, Farrington: first in the shot put and discus at the OIA championships

>> Devin Jenkins, Kapolei: first in the 100 and 200 dashes at the OIA championships

>> Abrianna Johnson-Edwards, ‘Iolani: first in the 100 and 300 hurdles at the ILH championships

>> Jonathan Melton, Hanalani: first in the 100 and 200 dash at the ILH championships

>> Kayla Mitchell, Leilehua: first in the 100 and 100 hurdles at the OIA championships

>> Isaac Savaiinaea, Punahou: first in the discus and shot put at the ILH championships

>> Christine Tsai, Punahou: first in the high jump and triple jump at the ILH championships


Water Polo

>> Sydney Foster, Kahuku: 5 goals against Pearl City

>> Brittney Garrigan, Kamehameha: 7 goals against Le Jardin

>> Kahea Kahaulelio, Kahuku: 6 goals against Roosevelt

>> Brianna Kirk, Leilehua: 6 goals against Moanalua



>> Ahren DePonte, Moanalua: 14 kills, 2 aces in an OIA title win over Kalaheo

>> Joaquin Lessary, Kahuku: 13 kills, 20 assists, 5 blocks against McKinley

>> Jerry Wu, McKinley: the 6-foot-4 junior had 15 kills in the Tigers’ OIA White title victory over Kahuku




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