OIA boys soccer all stars

Shandon Hopeau of Kapolei was voted the best of the west by OIA coaches. Dennis Oda / Star-Advertiser
Shandon Hopeau of Kapolei was voted the best of the west by OIA coaches. Dennis Oda / Star-Advertiser

Kapolei’s Shandon Hopeau and Moanalua’s Tyler Morton were voted the player of the year in their divisions by the OIA coaches.

Tyler Morton of Moanalua was a threat on both ends of the field. Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser
Tyler Morton of Moanalua was a threat on both ends of the field. Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser

Hopeau scored more than 20 goals and passed out more than 10 assists for the Hurricanes, who took third in the OIA tournament after a loss to Kalani.

Morton, a midfielder for Na Menehune, helped his team to a sixth-pace finish after a quarterfinal loss to eventual OIA champion Mililani.


Steve McGehee of the Trojans and Kalani’s Michael Ching, who faced off in the state final won by Mililani, were the coaches of the year.


Kalani led the tally in the East with five first-teamers. Kailua, Kahuku and Moanalua were the only schools with multiple players on the top list with two each. Kalaheo and McKinley each had one.


Kapolei and Mililani tied with four players on the West’s first team, followed by Pearl City with two and Waianae, Radford and Campbell with one each.

Here is the complete list: OIA Boys Soccer Allstars

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