Kaiser’s Seli Aholelei earned the OIA’s player of the year in the East in voting of coaches around the league.
Aholelei, who pitches and plays shortstop, led the Cougars into the state tournament where she collected four hits and pitched in both of her team’s games including a complete-game loss in 10 innings to Kamehameha.
Campbell’s Elisa Favela is the West player of the year and Precious Paulo-Myers of Nanakuli was judged the best in the OIA White.
Campbell’s Michael Hermosura, Jon Berinobis of Castle and Nanakuli’s Ricky Gusman were selected the coaches of the year by their peers.
State champion Campbell had four players on the West first team in Cydney Curran, Chardonnay Pantastico, Nashlyn Anguay and Ashlyn Yagin. Kiana Ulufale and Sierra Mariano were second team for the Sabers.
Mililani had three on the first team in Aubree Kim, Kylie-Ann Bello and Brooke Yasuda. The rest of the West included catcher Hope Caserez and Kristen Frost of Pearl City and Laugatasala Pedebone of Kapolei.
Kaiser had three players on the East’s first team in Crystal Ching Lake, Rainelle Matsuoka and Kai Hasegawa. Moanalua had Makamae Kaleikini and Taylor Takushi on the first team, Kailua got Moani Kupahu and Delcie Williams and Castle had Darrien Dacosin and Paige Matsuki selected to the squad. Tyra Wallrabenstein repped Roosevelt on the team.
Nanakuli and Aiea dominated the Division II selections, with Daria Kawaauahau, Mahina Piilani, Emma Kawaiaea and Keani Nahinu joining Paulo-Myers on the first team. Aiea had Kailie Alama, Poamai Tuli and Vesi Liilii selected. Waialua had the other two all-stars with Selena Victoria and Andrea Dicion.
Here are the complete teams, courtesy of the OIA: