Matautia, Liva earn top OIA honors

Moanalua's Austin Matautia watched the ball go through for one of his 32 kills in the OIA title game. Cindy Ellen Russell / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
Moanalua’s Austin Matautia watched the ball go through for one of his 32 kills in the OIA title game. Cindy Ellen Russell / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

The OIA released its boys volleyball all-star teams on Tuesday with Moanalua’s Austin Matautia and Mililani’s Isaac Liva taking home top honors in the East and West.


East

Player of the year—Austin Matautia, Sr, Moanalua
Coach of the year—Alan Cabanting, Moanalua
FIRST TEAM
Matautia, Moanalua
Micha Maiava, Sr, Kahuku
Kainoa Peterson, Sr, Kalaheo
Jon Stanley, So, Kaiser
Larson Tuileta, So, Kalani
Spencer Chipen-Ii, Sr, Kaimuki
David Dennis, Sr, Kalani
SECOND TEAM
Jack Andrade, Sr, Castle
Seyj Engleman, Sr, Moanlaua
Kahaku King, Jr, Roosevelt
Ethan Mann, Sr, Castle
Nakoa Nunies, Sr, McKinley
Martin Tigilau, Sr, Kailua
Cameron Renaud, Jr, Kahuku
Parker Lui, Sr, Moanalua
HONORABLE MENTION
ANUENUE: Kamana’opono Grace-Kekawa
CASTLE: Onipaa Olds, Keawe Saizon
FARRINGTON: Joziah Anakalea, John Salacup
KAHUKU: Slader Bark, Jurell Kai, Alaifatu Tito
KAILUA: Iopa Hue Sing-Paman
KAIMUKI: Vaitoelau Rosen, Anthony Tolenna
KALAHEO: Danny Beaton
KALANI: Joshua Ho’opai, Aaron Oyasato, Bryce Somera
McKINLEY: Joseph Abe, Kevin Nagasawa
MOANALUA: Christian Dela Cruz, Nalu Demello, Christian Harvey, Zachary Kagehiro, Kalai Leopoldo, Zackary Miyamoto


Mililani outside hitter Isaac Liva won the OIA West player of the year honor. Both Liva and Matautia will play at UH next season. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.
Mililani outside hitter Isaac Liva won the OIA West player of the year honor. Both Liva and Matautia will play at UH next season. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

West

Player of the year—Isaac Liva, Sr, Mililani
Coach of the year—John Ing, Mililani
FIRST TEAM
Liva, Mililani
Hezekiah Agiga, Sr, Waianae
Clifford Carvalho-Clarke, Sr, Campbell
Sene Malala, Jr, Aiea
Willie Richardson, Jr, Kapolei
Andrew Simanu, Sr, Waipahu
Christian Ramoran, Sr, Waipahu
Ejay Tagabi, Sr, Waipahu
SECOND TEAM
Austin Enos, Sr, Waianae
Kamalu Kaaa, Sr, Mililani
Blaze Kahikina, So, Waianae
Mila Sapolu, Sr, Nanakuli
Gordon Tunupopo, Sr, Leilehua
Landon Young, Sr, Waianae
Zavier Lieb, Sr, Mililani
Gavin Custodio, Sr, Mililani
HONORABLE MENTION
AIEA: Travis Hauki, Ariq Vergado-Duclayan
CAMPBELL: Edward Arakaki, Matthew Solo
KAPOLEI: Saiona Faumuina, Donovan-Eli Leopoldo-Vierra
LEILEHUA: Gavin Lapenia, Jerry Loera Jr., Dylan Orosco
MILILANI: Jordan Burgess, Sili Fuiava, Chance Guillermo, Jake Lafata, Samuel Palompo, Brandon Rabang
NANAKULI: Nakanaela Kipi , Kaneloa Perkins,
PEARL CITY: Blaze Dela Pena, Toby Kammunkun, Cameron Retmer
RADFORD: Joshua Fontanilla, Alika Merck, Sean Musrasrik, Jacob Nino, Keanu Tenorio
WAIALUA: Richard Kamakea, Darin Valmoja-Khleang, Daytin Vivad-Albeso
WAIANAE: Seireadon Sana, Jaden Tanabe-Yeager
WAIPAHU: Storm DeAsis, Dru Pagud, Jeminae Solomua


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