Honor Roll (full length)

Athletes of the Week

Girls


Pomai Recca, Kamehameha volleyball: She had a team-high nine kills in an upset win over previously-unbeaten and top-ranked Punahou.

Boys

Jeremy Tabuyo, Saint Louis football: The Texas A&M-bound senior continued his stunning comeback from injury by pulling in touchdown catches of 27, 25, 21 and 68 yards in a 34-23 win over Kamehameha. Tabuyo, who had an ACL injury last year, had already returned in the early summer to run a 4.34 40-yard dash at a combine.

Air Riflery

>> Gavin Au, Leilehua: 525

>> Tyler Hamada, Pearl City: 541

>> Sera Shimizu, Roosevelt: 521

>> Ashley Somera, Pearl City: 526

Bowling

>> Andrew Abadilla, Waipahu: high game 247, 643 series

>> Nicholas Azumi, Pearl City: high game 279, 706 series

>> Kewa Graffigna, Mililani: high game 245, 609 series

>> Derek Haugen II, McKinley: high game 232

>> Justin Joo, HBA: high game 256

>> Reese Kato, Punahou: high game 243

>> Jordan Lee, MPI: high game 256, 604 series

>> Brycen McGee, Moanalua: high game 237

>> Emerald Leong, Maryknoll: high game 233, 629 series

>> Ian Shanks, IPA: high game 254, 651 series

>> Kacee Taniyan, Leilehua: 247 high game, 669 series

>> Curt Wong, ‘Iolani: high game 237, 631 series

>> Andrew Yamamoto, HBA: 628 series

>> Collin Young, HBA: high game 238

Cross Country

>> Teri Brady, Punahou: won the Punahou Invitational girls race with a time of 19 minutes, 47 seconds

>> Davis Kaahanui, Kamehameha: first among boys at the Punahou Invitational with a time of 16:24

Football

>> Waika Alapai, Kauai: rushed for 86 yards and a touchdown, and had a sack in a win over Kapaa

>> Jayce Bantolina, Campbell: five receptions for 118 yards against Kapolei

>> Gerime Bradley, McKinley: the ironman performer rushed for 92 yards and both of his team’s touchdowns in a win over Kailua

>> Noah Brum, Kalani: passed for 325 yards and four touchdowns against Kalaheo

>> Makoa Camanse-Stevens, Kamehameha: passed for 280 yards and two touchdowns (18-for-33) against Saint Louis

>> Noah Caparida, Molokai: passed for three touchdowns, rushed for three and returned a kickoff for a score against St. Anthony.

>> Zeno Choi, Kaiser: four sacks against Radford


>> David Fangupo, Kealakehe: the 348-pound senior rushed for 146 yards and a touchdown against Waiakea

>> Semisi Filikitonga, Lahainaluna: rushed for 133 yards and caught two passes for 27 yards, totaling two touchdowns against King Kekaulike

>> Fitou Fisiiahi, Kaiser: three tackles for loss, including two sacks, and two pass deflections, and rushed for a touchdown against Radford

>> Austin Gerard, Kamehameha: seven receptions for 145 yards and a touchdown against Saint Louis

>> Kai Gonda, Kaiser: rushed for 138 yards and a touchdown, and returned a punt 82 yards for another score against Radford

>> Alton Julius, Kapolei: four catches for 98 yards and two touchdowns against Campbell

>> Chansen Kanakaole, Hana: rushed for 117 yards and three touchdowns against Seabury Hall

>> Yuuya Kato, ‘Iolani: rushed for 138 yards and four touchdowns against Damien

>> Justen Kawamoto, Honokaa: rushed for 106 yards and a touchdown against Hawaii Prep

>> Gavin Kim, Kalani: seven receptions for 154 yards and two touchdowns against Kalaheo

>> Polikapu “P.J.” Liua, Kahuku: rushed for 96 yards and two touchdowns, and added two receptions for 34 yards in a win over Farrington

>> Willie Lynch, Kalaheo: rushed for 107 yards and three touchdowns against Kalani

>> Jarin Morikawa, Mililani: passed for 387 yards and three touchdowns (29-for-41) against Aiea

>> Kawai Mook-Garcia, Saint Louis: passed for 330 yards and four touchdowns (17-for-24) without an interception against Kamehameha

>> Cayde Omura, Seabury Hall: rushed for 101 yards and four touchdowns against Hana

>> Dylan Pakau, Waipahu: seven receptions for 110 yards and a touchdown against Leilehua

>> Manse Palu, Kaiser: two sacks, one interception against Radford

>> Micah Paris, Kapolei: blocked a potential game-tying PAT kick, and made the game-saving tackle on the final play against Campbell

>> Keoni Piceno, Leilehua: 11 catches for 102 yards against Waipahu

>> Dru Reaves, Kalani: rushed for 111 yards and caught three passes for 33 yards against Kalaheo

>> Kela Shea, Castle: passed for 249 yards and two touchdowns against Kaimuki

>> Cullen Shiroma-Fernandez, Castle: six catches for 106 yards against Kaimuki

>> Preston Sinn, Mililani: nine receptions for 101 yards against Aiea

>> Dakota Turner, Mililani: caught a touchdown pass and sparked Mililani’s defense in a win over Aiea

Volleyball

>> Kaiulani Ahuna, KS-Hawaii: 20 kills against Hilo

>> Taylor Fernandez, King Kekaulike: 22 kills, seven digs, two aces against Maui

>> Remo Gaogao, Punahou: 12 kills against ‘Iolani

>> Tayler Higgins, Punahou: 35 assists against ‘Iolani, 21 assists against Kamehameha

>> Carly Kan, Punahou: 12 kills against ‘Iolani; 12 kills against Kamehameha

>> Shae Kanakaole, KS-Hawaii: 20 kills against Hilo

>> Loxley Keala, ‘Iolani: 10 kills against Kamehameha

>> Alohi Robins-Hardy, Kamehameha: 17 assists, four kills, two blocks against Punahou

>> Michelle Robinson, MPI: eight kills, three aces against Maryknoll


>> Kisaea Tasini, Baldwin: six aces against Lahainaluna

>> Olivia Wallace, Baldwin: 12 kills, three aces against Lahainaluna

COMMENTS

  1. Kapolei August 16, 2013 4:57 pm

    Alton Julius had three touchdowns against Campbell, not two. Aloha.


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