Kaimana Awards celebrate greatness

HMSA awarded 15 student-athletes with Kaimana Awards on Saturday. Photo courtesy Kaimana Awards.
HMSA awarded 15 student-athletes with Kaimana Awards on Saturday. Photo courtesy Kaimana Awards.

Another group of outstanding student athletes were honored at the HMSA Kaimana Awards and Scholarship program luncheon at the Hawaii Convention Center on Saturday.

The program has awarded 206 scholarships to high school students over the past 10 years and added began giving awards to entire schools this year.

The 15 student-athletes honored today all received $5,000 scholarships and nine schools were awarded $1,500 each.


The winners were:

Schools
Big Island Interscholastic Federation
Small School – Parker School
Large School – Keaau High School

Interscholastic League of Honolulu
Small School – Island Pacific Academy
Large School – Sacred Hearts Academy

Kauai Interscholastic Federation
Waimea High School

Maui Interscholastic League
Small School – St. Anthony Junior-Senior High School
Large School – Kamehameha Schools Maui


Oahu Interscholastic Association
Small School – Aiea High School
Large School – Mililani High School

Students
Big Island Interscholastic Federation (BIIF):
Kaydee Rapozo, Waiakea High School
Cory Yamagata, Kealakehe High School

Interscholastic League of Honolulu (ILH):
Tiffany Chang, Punahou School
Ayumi Sakamoto, Iolani School
Kimberly Uehisa, Island Pacific Academy
Erik Yamada, Iolani School

Kauai Interscholastic Federation (KIF):
Nicole Carney, Kauai High School
Myah Post, Kapaa High School


Maui Interscholastic League (MIL) Scholarship Recipients:
Luke Kikukawa, Molokai High School
Christopher Kim, Maui High School

Oahu Interscholastic Association (OIA):
Nina Bean, Kaimuki High School
Mari Domingo, Mililani High School
Tammy Ko, Roosevelt High School
Kiana Paakaula-Reis, Waialua High School
Laura Tyler, Castle High School

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