Complete Honor Roll

The full list.

Athletes of the Week

Boys


Micah Dunhour, Academy of the Pacific basketball: The 6-foot-5 senior scored 18 points in a 38-27 win over Moanalua, then tallied 22 points in a 46-43 win over then-No. 1 Kamehameha for AOP, a private school with an enrollment of 73 students.

Girls

Kirstie Rosa, Nanakuli basketball: The Golden Hawk poured in 36 points in a 69-67 win over Kalani in a showdown of Oahu Interscholastic Association White Conference (Division II) title contenders. Nanakuli improved to 7-1, handing Kalani its first defeat.

BASKETBALL

Boys

>> Richard Abbley, Lanakila Baptist: 21 points in a 55-33 win over Saint Louis II

>> DeForest Buckner, Punahou: 18 points in a 52-46 win over KS-Hawaii; named most outstanding player of the Punahou Invitational Tournament

>> Micah Christenson, Kamehameha: 28 points in a 68-66 double-overtime win over Tsinghua (China); 17 points against AOP;

>> Christopher Crawford, Campbell: 26 points in a 58-51 victory over Waianae

>> Theo Duplechain, Island Pacific: 21 points in a 61-46 win over Christian Academy; 19 points against Le Jardin

>> Jun Fritz, HBA: 28 points in an 82-64 victory over Hawaiian Mission

>> Ikaika Gante, Anuenue: 17 points against Nanakuli

>> Grant Kono, HMA: 23 points against HBA

>> Mason Kualii-Moe, Kaimuki: 20 points in a 41-38 victory over Saint Louis

>> Vance Maluyo, Waialua: 22 points in a 60-50 win over Aiea

>> Sean McWhinnie, Le Jardin: 20 points against IPA

>> Jason Ocol, Christian Academy: 19 points against IPA

>> Tatsuya Ono, Kalani: 19 points against McKinley; 19 points against Maryknoll

>> Beau Jordan Oshiro, Kamehameha II: 18 points in a 60-41 win over Hawaiian Mission

>> Kaipo Pale, Roosevelt: 20 points, 18 boards, seven blocks and three steals in a 47-41 win at Kahuku

>> T.J. Reid, Radford: 22 points in a 63-57 overtime win over Kaimuki

>> J.P. Saycon, Farrington: hit the winning shot with 3.4 seconds left in overtime and finished with 16 points in a 49-48 win over Kaiser

>> Joe Shelton, Nanakuli: 18 points in a 48-44 victory over Anuenue

>> Josiah Sukumaran, ‘Iolani: 14 points, nine boards, two blocks, including a game-saving snuff in the final seconds to beat then-No. 1 Kamehameha 41-40

>> Chester Su‘a, Kaimuki: 17 points against Radford

>> Malik Veazie, Island Pacific: 18 points in a 42-40 win over Saint Louis II

Girls

>> Ashley Agcaoili, Maryknoll: 16 points in a 68-35 win over La Pietra; 28 points in a 56-38 win over Punahou II

>> Dawnyelle Awa, Konawaena: 33 points, seven steals in a 90-10 win over Kealakehe

>> Makana Borden, Kaiser: 23 points against Castle


>> Ashlee DeSantos, Maryknoll: 16 points against La Pietra

>> Quynne Eharis, University: 31 points in a 49-34 victory over Kamehameha II; 18 points in a 44-27 win over Lanakila Baptist

>> Cassie Ernst, Campbell: 21 points in a 47-44 win over Aiea

>> Letisha Fa‘asoa, Kaimuki: 16 points in a 56-43 win over Castle

>> Jasmine Funtanilla, Moanalua: 17 points against Kaiser

>> Lia Galdeira, Konawaena: 17 points, 14 steals against Kealakehe

>> Taylor Hiraga, King Kekaulike: 17 points in a 59-38 win over KS-Maui

>> Corie Kuia, Kalani: 30 points against Nanakuli

>> Ashley Kupau, St. Francis: 22 points, 10 rebounds in a 50-33 win over Lanakila Baptist

>> Leahi Lindsey, HPA: 23 points in a 56-38 win over Honokaa

>> Jade Martins, Kalaheo: 16 points in a 47-36 victory over Kailua

>> Brittany Perry, Waianae: 18 points in a 60-30 win over Waialua

>> Casey Poe, KS-Hawaii: 16 points in a 54-11 win over Pahoa

>> Chantay Samante, Campbell: 26 points in a 71-61 victory over Waipahu

>> Nicole Shelton, Punahou II: 18 points in a 39-22 victory over Le Jardin

>> Tiare Sugui, McKinley: 18 points in a 52-11 win over Anuenue

>> Brydgette Tatupu-Leopoldo, Farrington: 18 points in a 41-26 win over Roosevelt; 23 points in a 56-46 victory over Moanalua

>> Maiki Viela, Lahainaluna: 29 points in a 70-37 victory over King Kekaulike

SOCCER

Boys

>> Will Herron, Moanalua: two goals in a 2-0 victory over Kailua

>> Cameron Keawe, Leilehua: two goals in a 3-0 win over Waialua

>> Kory Kobashigawa, Castle: three goals in a 5-0 win over Farrington

>> Tyler Kochi, Castle: two goals against Farrington

Girls

>> Tiana Fujimoto, Moanalua: three goals in a 5-0 victory over Kailua

>> Storm Kenui, Moanalua: two goals against Kailua

>> Jessica Misajon, Leilehua: two goals in a 5-0 victory over McKinley

>> Alisha Miyashiro, Mililani: two goals in a 9-0 win over Nanakuli

>> T.J. Reyno, Mililani: two goals against Nanakuli


>> Frechanna Rippy, Radford: two goals in a 2-1 win over Kaimuki

>> Jahna Tacson, Waipahu: two goals in a 3-1 victory over Farrington

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