Ho, Pineda-Abaya are Kalani’s athletes of year

Kalani's Trevor Kakuda is Kalani's most outstanding boys soccer player of 2015. Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser.
Kalani’s Trevor Kakuda is Kalani’s most outstanding boys soccer player of 2015. Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser.

Track athlete Tyler Ho and judoka and wrestler Czarina Pineda-Abaya are Kalani’s male and female athletes of the year, athletic director Gregory Van Cantfort announced on Tuesday.

Kalani’s athletic award winners for 2014-15 are listed below.

Kalani athletic awards 2014-15
Male Athlete of the Year

>> Tyler Ho

Female Athlete of the Year
>> Czarina Pineda-Abaya

Oceanic Male Scholar-Athlete
>> Tris Tanaka

Oceanic Female Scholar-Athlete
>> Rebecca Yamashiro

Most outstanding
>> Girls air riflery: Rebecca Yamashiro, Samantha Churchill
>> Boys air riflery: Shane Xu
>> Baseball: Justin Ibara, Reece Kakugawa
>> Girls basketball: Kassidy Misaki
>> Boys basketball: Cory Mitchell
>> Girls bowling: Ashley Honda
>> Cheerleading: Tina Nagase
>> Girls cross country: Trina Chun
>> Football (defense): Tino Faumui
>> Football (offense): Tyler Ching
>> Girls golf: Kaia Takaki
>> Boys golf: Robert Choi
>> Girls judo: Zoe Tateyama, Czarina Pineda-Abaya
>> Boys judo: Micah Tateyama, William Pineda-Abaya
>> Boys paddling: Shpherd Aliifua
>> Girls padding: Angela Pacheco
>> Boys soccer: Trevor Kakuda
>> Girls soccer: Tori Chinen
>> Boys soft tennis: Rayden Murata, Koby Murata
>> Girls soft tennis: Ayano Hanaoka, Julia Lee
>> Softball: Jacianne Furuya, Toni Lynn Ibara
>> Girls swimming: Paris James
>> Boys swimming: DongJin Hwang
>> Track and field: Tyler Ho
>> Girls volleyball: Polovina Fangaiuiha
>> Boys volleyball: Cody Gushikuma, Evan Reich
>> Water polo: Mika O’Shea
>> Boys wrestling: Chaden Morisato
>> Girls wrestling: Czarina Pineda-Abaya


  1. Mauian5 June 4, 2015 7:24 am

    Hear that Kalani Football OC Pohai Lee leaving to be Head Coach of Baldwin High.

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