Punahou’s Ma‘a picked as ILH player of year

Micah Ma‘a, the ILH player of the year, was a member of the state champion Buffanblu four years in a row. Jay Metzger / Special to the Star-Advertiser
Micah Ma‘a, the ILH player of the year, was a member of the state champion Buffanblu four years in a row. Jay Metzger / Special to the Star-Advertiser

Punahou’s Micah Ma‘a was the biggest offensive threat for the Buffanblu on their run to the Division I state title, and now, Ma‘a is the ILH boys volleyball player of the year.

Coach Rick Tune was picked as the coach of the year, and Buffanblu players Wil Stanley and Kelsey Yogi were chosen to the ILH All-Stars first team.

The first and second teams are listed below. For a list of honorable mentions, visit http://ilhsports.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/2014-15-Boys-Volleyball-All-Stars.pdf.


ILH Boys Volleyball All-Stars
Player of the year
>> Micah Ma‘a, Punahou


Coach of the year
>> Rick Tune, Punahou


First team
>> Hugh Hogland, ‘Iolani, So.
>> Kahiau Machado, Kamehameha, Sr.
>> David Kaaa, Kamehameha, Sr.
>> Kanalu DeMello, Maryknoll, So.
>> Wil Stanley, Punahou, Jr.
>> Jimmy Nunuha, Saint Louis, Sr.
>> Kelsey Yogi, Punahou, Jr.

Second team
>> Carter Katase, ‘Iolani, Sr.
>> Breynt Cannon, Kamehameha, Jr.
>> Andrew Caraang, Maryknoll, So.
>> Davis Haas, Mid-Pacific, So.
>> Todd Gruebner, Punahou, Jr.
>> Rohan Watumull, Punahou, Jr.
>> Christopher Wise, Kamehameha, Sr.

COMMENTS

  1. Since1993 May 21, 2015 6:45 pm

    Congratulations and good luck to Micah Ma’a! He will no doubt continue to do great things in the volleyball world. I remember him running around the elementary school campus up on Kapalama Heights. Seems like just yesterday. Aloha Micah and looking forward to the UCLA-USC clashes!!!


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