Honor roll — Oct. 11

>> Tyler Edrada, Maryknoll: 235 game, 594 series
>> Tyler Lowery, HBA: 264 game, 636 series
>> Trey Nakata, HBA: 233 game, 570 series
>> Eland Tsubata, ‘Iolani: 240 game, 502 series

Cross Country
>> Sophie Curatilo, Moanalua: took the OIA East girls crown with a time of 21 minutes, 18 seconds at Moanalua
>> Gavin Taketa, Kalani: won the OIA East boys title with a time of 18:02 at Moanalua

>> Jesse Carney, Kalaheo: the running back/linebacker rushed for 102 yards and a touchdown against Pearl City
>> Solomon Dixon, McKinley: rushed for 267 yards (14 per carry) and three touchdowns, including runs of 85 and 80 yards, in a loss to Waialua
>> Ikaika Gante, Anuenue: rushed for 242 yards (12.7 per attempt) and three touchdowns, including a 95-yard score, against Kalani
>> Josh Gonda, Kaiser: 171 rushing yards and a touchdown against Roosevelt
>> Wilkins Kato, Kalani: passed for 237 yards and two touchdowns vs. Anuenue
>> Jacob Kenolio-Dusenberry, Lahainaluna: the reserve running back gained 130 yards on 12 carries in a win over Kamehameha-Maui
>> Josh Kong, Castle: the two-way starter had eight receptions for 150 yards and two touchdowns against No. 1 Kahuku
>> Jaymason Lee, Castle: passed for 407 yards and three touchdowns in a loss to Kahuku
>> Noah Makainai, Castle: five receptions for 145 yards vs. Kahuku
>> Victor Moananu, Waipahu: rushed for 157 yards and a touchdown against Kaimuki
>> Evan Moe, Kahuku: 220 total yards and two touchdowns against No. 10 Castle
>> Agaese Tago, Roosevelt: 117 rushing yards (9 per attempt) against Kaiser
>> Yoshinori Tamukai, Kalani: nine catches for 185 yards and touchdowns of 47 and 56 yards against Anuenue
>> Aofaga Wily, Kahuku: 164 rushing yards and two touchdowns against Castle

>> Kaili Ayers, MPI: 12 kills in a win over ‘Iolani
>> Janell Dulan, Waiakea: 12 kills against KS-Hawaii
>> Anela Granito-Wallace, Lanai: 12 kills against No. 3 Molokai
>> Tiara Iokepa, McKinley: seven aces in a playoff win over Campbell
>> Katelynne Paleka-Kennedy, KS-Hawaii: 20 kills against No. 9 Waiakea
>> Haley Robinson, ‘Iolani: 10 kills against MPI
>> Kalei Vaivai, Molokai: 12 kills and four aces as the No. 3 Farmers swept Lanai


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