Moanalua places 13 judoka on OIA East All-Star first team

Faith Joy Okubo, top, is one of 13 Moanalua athletes to be picked to the OIA East All-Stars first team. Darryl Oumi / Special to the Star-Advertiser.

Thirteen Moanalua judo athletes were named to the 20-member OIA East All-Star first team.

Noah Wusstig, a four-time state champion, leads that list of Na Menehune. Three others became state champions this season — Dayne Takai, McCade Ho and Faith Joy Okubo.

Pearl City led the OIA West All-Star first team, with six Chargers’ judoka selected.


Click here for a list of the OIA East and West All-Star first and second teams.


The breakdown of selections by school follows.


OIA East boys and girls first team (20)
>> Moanalua, 13
>> Kalani, 2
>> Castle, 1
>> Kaimuki, 1
>> Kaiser, 1
>> McKinley, 1
>> Roosevelt, 1

OIA West boys and girls first team (20)
>> Pearl City, 6
>> Kapolei, 5
>> Mililani, 3
>> Campbell, 2
>> Pearl City, 2
>> Waianae, 1
>> Waipahu, 1

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