LIST: Students participating in today’s Signing Day ceremony

More than 45 student-athletes from Hawaii high schools participated in a signing day event on Wednesday at the Elks Lodge in Waikiki. Photo Craig T. Kojima/Star-Advertiser.

More than 45 current Hawaii high school seniors participated in Education 1st’s signing day ceremony at the Elks Lodge in Waikiki. Below is a list of student-athletes who participated in the event and where they will attend school.

We will also provide stories throughout the day on various athletes.

>> Punahou OL Solatoa Moeai on patient process that led to Utah
>> Punahou’s QB-WR connection Hugh Brady and Koa Eldredge have bright future
>> Saint Louis LB Darrell Masaniai officially connects with San Diego State
>> Saint Louis’ Kaiser Cambra-Cho pursues airborne dreams with the Air Force
>> USC-bound Mary Shin among ‘Iolani’s newest signees on LOI day

The list is organized by sport.

>> Koa Eldredge, Punahou (BYU) (Football and Baseball)
>> Joshua Fournier, ‘Iolani (Grinnell College)
>> Logan Luke, ‘Iolani (Rhodes College)
>> Tyler Shimabukuro, Punahou (Lewis & Clark)
>> Michael Yamaguchi, ‘Iolani (Saint Martin’s U.)

>> Hugh Brady, Punahou (Pennsylvania)
>> Kaiser Cambra-Cho, Saint Louis (Air Force)
>> Kayson Castillo, Aiea (Missouri Valley)
>> Koa Eldredge, Punahou (BYU) (Football and Baseball)
>> Kieran Gabriel, Kaiser (Missouri Southern State)
>> Alaka’i Gilman, Punahou (Stanford)
>> Liloa Kalima, Farrington (Missouri Southern State)
>> Trevor Kan, ‘Iolani (San Diego)
>> Darrell “Sonny” Masaniai, Saint Louis (San Diego State)
>> Solatoa Moea’i, Punahou (Utah)
>> Jarrin Sato, Punahou (Bates College)
>> Kobey Sula, Farrington (Missouri Valley)
>> Tugase Williams, Farrington (Missouri Southern State)

>> Blaze Akana, Kamehameha (Sacramento State)

>> Treyden Buder-Nakasone, Punahou (TBA)
>> Jvon Cunningham, Mililani (Tacoma C.C.)
>> Johnnie Dodge, Punahou (Sonoma State)
>> Jordan Fernandez, Mililani (Tacoma C.C.)
>> Dominic Gusman, Punahou (Whitworth)
>> Liam McGehee, Mililani (Whitworth)

>> Cecilia Jenkins, Mililani (Peninsula College)
>> Marea Lee, ‘Iolani (Swarthmore)
>> Savannah Miranda, Aiea (Chaminade)
>> Leila Mukaigawa, Punahou (Chapman)
>> Sophia Saiki, Mid-Pacific (Cal Lutheran)
>> Mary Shin, ‘Iolani (USC)

>> Sydney Kamakaiwi, Maryknoll (Wagner College)
>> Ashanti Martinez, Punahou (Prairie View A&M)
>> Maya Matsubara, Punahou (Colorado State)
>> Micalynn Nacnac (Midland College)

>> Kyrie Sasaki, Punahou (New York U.)

>> Gannon Chinen, Kamehameha (Alderson Broaddus)
>> Dawson Driskill, Punahou (Vanguard)

>> Courtney Arume, Hawaii Baptist (Concordia-Irvine)
>> Carlee Cannella, Kamehameha (UNLV)
>> Teani DeFries, Kamehameha (Dartmouth)
>> Jaden Fox, Kalaheo (Oregon Tech)
>> Amariis Garcia, Moanalua (St. John’s)
>> Maluhia Hirahara, Kamehameha (Portland)
>> Chloe Ka’ahanui, Punahou (Quinnipac)
>> Nicole-Nola Namohala, University (Notre Dame de Namur)
>> Marissa Uehara, Hawaii Baptist (Corban U.)

>> Victoria Gacutan, Punahou (Fresno State)

Neighbors Solatoa Moeai, left, and Alaka’i Gilman of Punahou, who already signed letters of intent in football last month, attended the Education 1st ceremony to support friends. Photo by Paul Honda/Star-Advertiser.
Punahou receiver Koa Eldredge, left, only got to catch passes from quarterback Hugh Brady, right, in two games last season, but it didn’t keep either from realizing their dreams on Wednesday. Photo by Paul Honda/Star-Advertiser.
Saint Louis linebacker Darrell Masaniai chose to sign with San Diego State over schools including UNLV, Hawaii and Air Force among others. Photo by Paul Honda/Star-Advertiser.
Saint Louis’ Kaiser Cambra-Cho was once committed to Army but will instead attend the Air Force Academy. Photo by Paul Honda/Star-Advertiser.
‘Iolani signees Joshua Fournier (Grinnell College-Baseball), Logan Luke (Rhodes College-Baseball), Mary Shin (USC-Soccer) and Marea Lee (Swarthmore-Soccer). Photo by Paul Honda/Star-Advertiser.


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