Oglivie leads ILH volleyball all stars

'Iolani’s Elena Oglivie (9) put down a kill past King Kekaulike’s Lyric Love (10) and Montana DiSegna (12) during the first set of a state quarterfinal match in 2018. Photo by Cindy Ellen Russell/Star-Advertiser.

The ILH announced its girls volleyball all-star teams on Friday as voted on by league coaches.

In Division I, ‘Iolani junior outside hitter Elena Oglivie was named the player of the year while Chris Blake of Kamehameha earned coach of the year honors.

Damien senior Shelby Capllonch won player of the year honors in Division II with Damien’s Don Faumuina the coach of the year.

Assets sophomore Samantha Pangilinan won the top honor in Division III with Island Pacific’s Stan Vincent the coach of the year.

The complete all-star teams in all three divisions are listed below.

Division I

Player of the year—Elena Oglivie, Jr, ‘Iolani
Coach of the year—Chris Blake, Kamehameha
Kristen McDaniel, Iolani
Sasha Petticord, Iolani
Braelyn Akana, Kamehameha
Lexis Akeo, Kamehameha
Kalina Obrey, Kamehameha
Keonilei Akana, Kamehameha
Naya Dong, Iolani
Mokihana Tufono, Iolani
Malie McClure, Kamehameha
Cara Bolte, Maryknoll
Kiana Valdez, Maryknoll
Teana Adams-Kaonohi, Punahou
Sinalauli’i Uluave, Punahou
Paris Oliveira, Kamehameha
‘Iolani: Maria Izabella Sakoda, Grace Wee
Kamehameha: Chloe Akiona-Bannan
Maryknoll: Leiana Leong
Punahou: Lauren Asato, Kamaile Manol, Madisyn Beirne

Division II

Player of the year—Shelby Capllonch, Damien
Coach of the year—Don Faumuina, Damien
Ilana Sagapolutele, Damien
Ellie Diersbock, Le Jardin
Nive Tuileta, Le Jardin
Kaehu Keala, Mid-Pacific
Shaydee Afoa, Sacred Hearts
Ryanne Burnett, Sacred Hearts
Maya Nakasone, Hawaii Baptist
Kaira Wengler, Damien
Courtney Arume, Hawaii Baptist
Sydnie Sambueno, La Pietra
Emma Porter, Mid-Pacific
Makenzie Fa’amausili-Cacoulidis, Sacred Hearts
Nicole-Nola Namohala, University
Alyssa Muraoka, Mid-Pacific
Damien: Rayne Pactol, Elsa Radovan, Julia Tilton, Del Kanalu-Sugai
Hanalani: Aaliyah Iwamoto
Hawaii Baptist: Rachel Nakata, Riyana Werny, Amber Loo, Hayley Taka
Iolani: Caitlyn Kadooka, Kerri Osumi, Sage Vasconcellos-Merryman
Le Jardin: Halle Hetzler, Daniella Miranda-Johnson, Teia Piette, Alishya Roman
Mid-Pacific: Kamalani Keko’oalani, Shyla Sato, Amy Warrington, Morgan Zurcher
St. Andrews: Ayla Ruiz, Luna Suzuki, Pilialoha Jones, Hevani Malohi
St. Francis: Tia-Marie Kekipi-Nuuanu, Kea Cosma, Naia Tulonghari
Sacred Hearts: Alissa Bautista, Kayla Murray
University: Cassidy Gelacio, Lily Awai, Daphnee Makena Tong.

Division III

Player of the year—Samantha Pangilinan, So., Assets
Coach of the year—Stan Vincent, Island Pacific
Jupiter Silva, Assets
Tava’esina Silva, Assets
Christianne Canoneo, Christian Academy
Joy Luna, Christian Academy
Dannica Roberts, Hawaii Mission Academy
Cavah Kaneshiro, Lanakila Baptist
Katherine Mota, Hawaii Mission Academy
Lanakila Baptist: Lexani Popa


  1. notes November 10, 2018 9:52 am

    Imagine where these athletes would be had not the ILH used their tentacles to grab them into their schools

  2. Jim Diamond November 10, 2018 10:05 am

    Well, my niece and a few others on that list started in kindergarten, so don’t think the tentacles were out then.
    It’s so easy to go that route, Notes, but Iolani girls volleyball does NOT recruit.

  3. JetWavy November 10, 2018 6:21 pm


    I have blatantly seen girls that begin to have hype surrounding them around middle school from OIA and other ILH schools for sports get plucked by Iolani school (and the two others). I refuse to believe that volleyball is exempt from that. It happened to my own family, too. I had a relative attending Mid-Pac who was building a name for herself for bball at MPI and lo and behold, mysteriously, she ends up at ‘Iolani prior to the start of her freshman year.

  4. Koko B Ware November 10, 2018 9:38 pm

    Who care if the kids got recruited. Give the coaches who recruited them credit for putting in the time. And if the school who recruited them didn’t have something good to offer them, do you really think their parents would send them there.

    We should be happy that kids have opportunities. I have learned that when people complain about recruiting, it often stems from jealousy.

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