MPI’s Allen, ‘Iolani’s Curet top ILH all-star teams

Mid-Pacific's Tyler Allen, right, was named the ILH offensive most valuable player on Monday. Photo by Krystle Marcellus/Star-Advertiser
Mid-Pacific’s Tyler Allen, right, was named the ILH offensive most valuable player on Monday. Photo by Krystle Marcellus/Star-Advertiser

The ILH released its ILH boys soccer all-star teams on Monday as voted on by league coaches. Mid-Pacific’s Tyler Allen was named offensive MVP while ‘Iolani’s Trey Curet was named the league’s best defensive player. Both are seniors. Mid-Pacific’s Jayson Abe, who has since taken over the boys program at Chaminade, is the coach of the year.


Offensive most valuable player—Tyler Allen, Sr, Mid-Pacific
Defensive most valuable player—Trey Curet, Sr, ‘Iolani
Coach of the year—Jayson Abe, Mid-Pacific
GK—Tyler Ohata, Sr, Punahou
F—Payton Boyd, Jr, Mid-Pacific; Keenan Dung, Sr, Punahou; Duncan McKenna, Jr, Punahou; Sergei Scharer, Sr, Saint Louis
MF—Matthew Alexander, Sr, ‘Iolani; Joshua Miller, Sr, Mid-Pacific; Zachary Trevorrow, Sr, Pac-Five; Christopher Brubaker, Sr, Punahou
FB—Tasman Turner, Jr, ‘Iolani; Riley Behler, Sr, Mid-Pacific; Bennett Ho, Sr, Punahou; Sheaffer Rafto, Sr, Punahou
GK—Brad Yamashita, Sr, Mid-Pacific
F—Keoni-Kordell Makekau, Sr, ‘Iolani; Steven Mau, Sr, Kamehameha; Michael Ramos, So, Pac-Five; Reo Nagai, Sr, Punahou
MF—Matthew Parke, Sr, ‘Iolani; Kainoa Stant, Sr, Kamehameha; Brycen Lee, Sr, Mid-Pacific; Kalen Halvorsen, Sr, Punahou
FB—Thayne Costa-Spencer, Sr, Kamehameha; Toamana Makaiau, Sr, Kamehameha; Kian Juliano, So, Mid-Pacific; Peyton Sommer, Jr, Punahou
Honorable mention
Damien: Cody Labanon, Jarin Manuel, Lono Kaialau, Paul Mezurashi
‘Iolani: Austin Mau, Keoni Simon, Tyler Ebisuya, Tanner Shimomoto, Matthew Uemoto, Avery Curet, Alexander Liu
Kamehameha: Davin Garma, Kyle Wong, Kaimipono Halemano, Christopher Jenkins, Alepoi Kawakami-Kauweloa
Mid-Pacific: Ichitaro Manabe, Landon Navarro, Kohei Tomita
Pac-Five: Trey Larsen, Owen Chun
Punahou: Hunter DeTurk, Noah Williams, Christopher Espinoza, Kyle King
Saint Louis: Rick Sandry


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