Hawaii girls soccer players get noticed

Letter of intent signing for high school athletes at Sheraton Waikiki.  Asia Canon, Cambrie Motooka, Laule'a Akana-Phillips, Karey-Ann Yoshioka, Chelsie DePonte, and  Kailee Balthazar-Chang after signing. Craig Kojima / Star-Advertiser
Letter of intent signing for high school athletes at Sheraton Waikiki. Asia Canon, Cambrie Motooka, Laule’a Akana-Phillips, Karey-Ann Yoshioka, Chelsie DePonte, and Kailee Balthazar-Chang after signing. Craig Kojima / Star-Advertiser

For all of the attention football gets, Hawaii talent in girls soccer had an even better day.

Local girls had 34 players, many of them taking a break from this week’s state tournament, commit to colleges on Wednesday morning at the Sheraton Waikiki.

The biggest names were Iolani’s Kylee Kim-Bustillos going to Sacramento State, True Dydasco of Punahou pledging to Oregon, Alyssa Yoshida of Kapolei going to Colorado State, Jordan Hill of Aiea signing with Azusa Pacific and Hawaii landing Pearl City’s Randi Fontes and Pac-Five’s Taylor Rusnak.


Here is the complete list of this morning’s signees:

Education First Letter-of-Intent signing day
Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017

Sheraton Waikiki


Women’s Soccer
Kaile Leiolani Kauanui, Castle, Columbia Basin
Shea Kealoha Kauanui, Castle, Westminster
Mia York, Kalaheo, Adelphi
Kamaile Aluli, Kahuku, Cal State San Marcos
Skylar Littlefield, Baldwin, Sacramento State
Kylee Kim-Bustillos, ‘Iolani, Sacramento State
Tiana Ono, Aiea, Nevada
Taylor Rusnak, Honolulu Waldorf, Hawaii
Randi Fontes, Pearl City, Hawaii
Chardonnay Curran, Campbell, Oregon
True Dydasco, Punahou, Oregon
Alyssa Rasmussen, Punahou, Academy of Art
Kiara Fairbairn, Punahou, American
Cambrie Motooka, ‘Iolani, Occidental
Asia Canon, Campbell, Holy Names
Lauryn Cabudol, Campbell, Southwestern Assemblies of God
Jaelyn Chargualaf, Campbell, Ottawa
Chelsie DePonte, St. Andrew’s, Stony Brook
Shayla Padilla, Leilehua, Oral Roberts
Jace Tamayei, Roosevelt, Doane
Karey Ann Yoshioka, University, Skagit Valley
Alyssa Yoshida, Kapolei, Colorado State
Laule‘a Akana-Phillips, Kamehameha, Idaho State
Brooke Ramos, Kamehameha, Kansas State
Kailee Balthazar-Chang, Kamehameha, Westminster
Kapuamakamae Gomera-Stevens, Kamehameha, Washington State
Kohei Tomita, Mid-Pacific, Chaminade
Shantel Torres-Benito, ‘Iolani, Peninsula
Randi Macadangdang, Mililani, Azusa Pacific
Malia Napoleon, Mililani, Western Oregon
Zoe Sano, Pearl City, Colorado School of Mines
Jordan Hill, Aiea, Azusa Pacific
Caitlin Amanda Perry, Kapolei, Chaminade
Clara-Josephine Medeiros, KS-Maui, Hawaii

Men’s Soccer
Tyler Ebisuya, ‘Iolani, Chaminade
Christopher Jenkins, Kamehameha, Air Force

Football
Charles Moku Watson, Leilehua, Oregon State
Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa, Kapolei, Notre Dame
Miki Suguturanga, Punahou, Utah
Seyddrick Lakalaka, Punahou, San Diego State
Jonah Soakai, Radford, Adams State
Ryan Kaneshiro, Hanalani/Pac-Five, North Park
Braeden Lafaele Meyer, Saint Louis, Adams State
Tevita Otuvaka, St. Francis, Arizona Western
Omar Mareko, Kapolei, St. Francis
Onesimus Lutu-Clarke, Waianae, Oregon State
Andrew Kaufusi, Kaiser, Azusa Pacific
Christian Mejia, Kailua, Washington State
Luke Ocreto-Penitusi, Campbell, Adams State
Gage Keola, Quinabo-Reis, Kalani
Jacob-Drew Russell, Saint Louis, Adams State


Water polo
Haley Crabtree, Punahou, Pitzer College
Kylee Giblin, Le Jardin, Villanova

Softball
Lena Kotrys, Waianae, Eastern Arizona

COMMENTS

  1. f milo February 3, 2017 3:49 pm

    Awesome!! Congrats Athletes!!!


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