2010 prep football all-star teams

St. Louis QB Marcus Mariota and defensive end Juda Parker pose at the school football field. Honolulu Star_Advertiser photo by FL Morris

The year 2010 was the first prep football season after the Honolulu Advertiser and Honolulu Star-Bulletin newspapers merged in June.

With Kahuku forced to forfeit all of its games due to the use of an ineligible player and unable to compete in the state tournament, that made things pretty easy for ILH champion Saint Louis, which rolled to a state title and swept the top awards.

Quarterback Marcus Mariota was the offensive player of the year and defensive lineman Juda Parker was the defensive player of the year. Darnell Arceneaux was the coach of the year.


The first-team offense consisted of 11 seniors and one sophomore — Kahuku running back Aofaga Wily.

Same for the first-team defense, which had 11 seniors and one sophomore — Waianae defensive tackle Kennedy Tulimasealii.

Another Kahuku sophomore, defensive back Kawehena Johnson, made the second-team defense. Punahou defense end DeForest Buckner was named to the third team as a junior.

For a listing of all prep football all-star teams over the years that have been posted, click here.


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COMMENTS

  1. Mahatma Gandhi January 17, 2018 6:22 pm

    Hey Jerry, mahalos for the memories. Especially the early 1970s. That’s my earliest memories of Hawaii high school football. You gonna do the all-star basketball teams after?


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