2018 Football Statistical Leaders on Oahu

Mililani quarterback Dillon Gabriel threw for 362 yards and five touchdowns against Waianae. Photo by Cindy Ellen Russell/Star-Advertiser.

Mililani quarterback Dillon Gabriel, St. Francis running back Jonan Aina-Chaves and Punahou receiver Tamatoa Falatea lead Oahu in their respective offensive categories for all games played this season among all schools, regardless of division.

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For statistical leaders in Division II games only, click here.


OVERALL LEADERS (ALL DIVISIONS)

PASSINGTeamCAIPCTYdsTD
Dillon GabrielMililani20535140.582,66130
Nick AuMoanalua225332120.682,50229
Hugh BradyPunahou16128890.562,30926
Max NicholsLeilehua163325150.502,15727
Jonah ChongIolani18027870.651,95420
Kayson CastilloAiea149305200.491,89617
Cody MarquesWaipahu12520880.601,7657
Jonah Fa'asoaKaimuki10419690.531,67914
Jayden de LauraSaint Louis9513560.701,64316
Koa TomKaiser9721390.461,33312
Hunter CoppRadford129271200.481,2907
Krenston KaipoCampbell7612150.631,28713
Bubba AkanaSt. Francis7214860.491,26510
Robbie SauvaoKahuku9319950.471,24812
Jake HoltzDamien9921270.471,2289
RUSHINGTeamATTYDSTDYPC
Jonan Aina-ChavesSt. Francis1371,289159.4
Senituli PunivaiCastle2421,206145.0
Migguel CamachoMcKinley2031,12895.6
Kaua NishigayaIolani190954155.0
Sky OgataRoosevelt89774138.7
Jonah StephensKaimuki125770106.2
Sky LactaoenCampbell12276086.2
Alfred FailaugaWaipahu14267564.8
Mitchell CamachoRoosevelt10866726.2
James McGaryLeilehua11264465.8
Alec SerraoKamehameha10059616.0
A'alona AlekaNanakuli12255324.5
Aperamo SuluDamien10854645.1
RECEIVINGTeamRECYDSTDYPC
Titus Mokiao-AtimalalaCampbell611,1311218.5
Tamatoa FalateaPunahou61914915.0
Carter KamanaIolani75869811.6
Zach Kalahiki-BasqueAiea548181115.1
Jeremy EvansLeilehua427341317.5
Koa EldredgePunahou377151019.3
De'Zhaun StriblingKapolei46682314.8
Mason YoshinoKaiser36620517.2
Rudy KealohiMoanalua59616310.4
Matthew FiestaWaipahu36606216.8
Dorian FurtadoLeilehua35603517.2
Ezra GraceMoanalua42593814.1
Ryan ChangMililani40565514.1
Kai HoekstraWaialua30553318.4
Lindon SevilljaDamien36552515.3
Logan LautiDamien37529414.3
Jonah MiyazawaIolani46508611.0
Roman WilsonSaint Louis17504729.6
Maka HillMililani31495916.0
Mason PauloKahuku26490618.8

COMMENTS

  1. ??? October 5, 2018 9:28 am

    My All Stars:
    QB: Dillon Gabriel
    RB: Jonan Aina-Chavez, Senituli Punivai
    WR Tamatoa Falatea, Zach Kalahiki and Titus Atimalala . MHO


  2. !!! October 5, 2018 10:47 am

    ???

    Where’s Kamana?


  3. ??? October 5, 2018 11:27 am

    Kamana has 25 more catches than Titus but only 57 more yards & 1 more TD, so I chose Titus for being more efficient with less catches.
    JMO..


  4. Jimmy H October 5, 2018 11:35 am

    STL and Kahuku barely show up on these lists. Where’s the defensive stats? That’ll generate a few names from those teams.


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