Kaiser’s Makena Srivongsana tops the OIA boys scoring chart in soccer, tallying 12 goals in six games.
Srivongsana’s offensive output has the Cougars in first place in the OIA East at 6-0, two points ahead of Kahuku (5-1-1) and four ahead of fellow unbeaten rival Kalani (4-0-2). Kaiser has scored 29 goals and only allowed three.
Truman Spring of Kahuku is second in the East in scoring with nine goals, followed by Noah Mokulehua of Kaiser (8), Noah Aghdasi of Roosevelt (6) and Kalaheo’s Jonathan LeVine (6).
Srivongsana and Mokulehua have accounted for 20 of Kaiser’s 29 goals.
Mililani (6-0-1) leads the OIA West standings by three points over rival Kapolei (5-0-1) with Pearl City (5-1) right behind them.
Mililani’s Jamin Fonseca and Luke Wyman of Pearl City share the West scoring lead with 10 goals each, followed by Mililani’s Hudson Zeisman (8) and Noah Ungos (7). Amadou Kone of Radford, David Tupper of Campbell and Pearl City’s Daniel Woo each have scored six goals.
Kailua’s Ripley Quebral leads Division II in scoring.
Kamaile Aiuli of Kahuku is the top scorer among OIA girls, scoring 16 goals in seven matches for the second-place Red Radiers (6-1). Moanalua leads the standings with a 6-0-1 mark behind Kelcie Sumida‘s 10 goals.
Other top scorers in the East include Kahuku’s Sophia Aveau (9 goals), Ciana Rivers of Castle (9) and Kaiser’s Kaile Halvorsen (8). Kalaheo’s Hannah Cabral leads Division II in scoring with seven goals.
Out West, defending state champion Pearl City has already suffered two losses and trails Mililani (7-0-1) and Aiea (5-0-2) in the standings.
Randi Fontes of the Chargers and Kapolei’s Alyssa Yoshida lead the circuit with 13 goals each and Pearl City’s Daelenn Tokunaga is right behind with 12. Nicole Olanda leads Aiea with nine goals and reigning state player of the year Sunshine Fontes of Pearl City has scored eight in seven matches.
Alysha Somera of Waipahu leads the West in Division II scoring with six goals.