CLOSING THE BOOK FINAL: 2019 Team MVP winners

Waialua's Kyler Dicion received more than 144,000 votes as the Bulldogs' team MVP this season. Photo by Parish Kaleiwahea/Special to the Star-Advertiser.

In case you missed it, Hawaii Prep World did a season wrap of every team on Oahu with a small delay for the final few teams. Below you will find a link to each team’s story plus the final tally for team MVP’s as voted on by our readers.

Mahalo for enjoying our prep sports coverage on Hawaii Prep World and Happy New Year.

Waianae offensive linemen Jace Filipo-Rodrigues (65) was voted the Seariders’ team MVP this year by readers. Photo by Cindy Ellen Russell/Star-Advertiser.

OPEN DIVISION

Campbell Sabers
>> TEAM MVP: WR Zavier Ceruti (2,303 votes)
>> 2019 Sabers recap


Farrington Governors
>> TEAM MVP: Faaope Laloulu (1,124 votes)
>> 2019 Govs recap

Kahuku Red Raiders
>> TEAM MVP: RB Zealand Matagi (95 votes)
>> 2019 Red Raiders recap

Kamehameha Warriors
>> TEAM MVP: WR Blaze Kamoku (4,167 votes)
>> 2019 Warriors recap

Kapolei Hurricanes
>> TEAM MVP: WR De’Zhaun Stribling (174 votes)
>> 2019 Hurricanes recap

Mililani Trojans
>> TEAM MVP: WR Kanoa Gibson (503 votes)
>> 2019 Trojans recap

Punahou Buffanblu
>> TEAM MVP: DL/LB Hiram deFries-Saronitman (2,793 votes)
>> 2019 Buffanblu recap

Saint Louis Crusaders
>> TEAM MVP: WR Koali Nishigaya (165 votes)
>> 2019 Crusaders recap

Waianae Seariders
>> TEAM MVP: C Jace Filipo-Rodrigues (5,593 votes)
>> 2019 Seariders recap

Leilehua cornerback Selau Aiava (11) received more than 30,000 votes from readers as the Mules’ team MVP this season. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

DIVISION I

Aiea Na Alii
>> TEAM MVP: RB Javon Miller (3,283 votes)
>> 2019 Na Alii recap

Castle Knights
>> TEAM MVP: DB Kela Harbottle (26,668 votes)
>> 2019 Knights recap

Damien Monarchs
>> TEAM MVP: LB River Iaea (482 votes)
>> 2019 Monarchs recap

‘Iolani Raiders
>> TEAM MVP: RB Brock Hedani (2,551 votes)
>> 2019 Raiders recap

Kailua Surfriders
>> TEAM MVP: WR Landon Clevenger (10,938 votes)
>> 2019 Surfriders recap


Leilehua Mules
>> TEAM MVP: CB Selau Aiava (30,005 votes)
>> 2019 Mules recap

Moanalua Na Menehune
>> TEAM MVP: OL Zach Shiroma (8,647 votes)
>> 2019 Na Menehune recap

Radford Rams
>> TEAM MVP: LB Keenan Turqueza (429 votes)
>> 2019 Rams recap

Waipahu Marauders
>> TEAM MVP: LB Fiva Tulafale (253 votes)
>> 2019 Marauders recap

Pac-Five defensive back Alex Heim (25) received more than 14,000 votes from readers as the Wolfpack’s team MVP. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

DIVISION II

Kaimuki Bulldogs
>> TEAM MVP: RB Naomas Asuega-Fualaau (4,075 votes)
>> 2019 Bulldogs recap

Kaiser Cougars
>> TEAM MVP: WR Mason Yoshino (1,973 votes)
>> 2019 Cougars recap

Kalaheo Mustangs
>> TEAM MVP: RB/TE Jordan Neufeldt (92 votes)
>> 2019 Mustangs recap

Kalani Falcons
>> TEAM MVP: DB Rayce Manriki (3,134 votes)
>> 2019 Falcons recap

McKinley Tigers
>> TEAM MVP: WR/LB Jayden Victorino (152 votes)
>> 2019 Tigers recap

Nanakuli Golden Hawks
>> TEAM MVP: DL Lafaele Matautia (54 votes)
>> 2019 Golden Hawks recap

Pac-Five Wolfpack
>> TEAM MVP: DB Alex Heim (14,367 votes)
>> 2019 Wolfpack recap

Pearl City Chargers
>> TEAM MVP: DL Brady Fa’auliuli (31,718 votes)
>> 2019 Chargers recap


Roosevelt Rough Riders
>> TEAM MVP: RB/DB Shepherd Kekahuna (11,653 votes)
>> 2019 Rough Riders recap

Waialua Bulldogs
>> TEAM MVP: LB/QB/SB Kyler Dicion (144,114 votes)
>> 2019 Bulldogs recap

COMMENTS

  1. Fools Gold January 2, 2020 7:38 pm

    This poll is pretty hilarious and the best part is that some of the “MVP”s weren’t even starters. The Waialua MVP had 144,000 votes. His finger must’ve been sore.


  2. ILoveHawaii January 3, 2020 8:26 am

    I no even think theres that much people that live in Wailua. LOL.

    My favorite is the 54 votes. Dang, cmon peeps from the valley, show some love for ya boy.


  3. Haters gonna Hate on Waialua January 6, 2020 2:00 pm

    How can people trash Waialua for winning the most votes, maybe if the other players ask people/family members/friends to vote for them they would of won. Tuff luck no can, people gonna hate on Waialua for what we not division I or OIA champions…


  4. ILoveHawaii January 7, 2020 3:45 pm

    Whos trashing Wailalua?

    Im from Waialua. Geez.


  5. Alii Beach Cruzer January 8, 2020 1:37 pm

    Waialua is a town where its ok to lose as long as you are having fun. The community accepts that and thats why they are the way they are. Kids no show up for practice, not to many athletes out there. And if you are an athlete, you aint staying home to play for waialua as for it would be a waste of talent. Community to small , too many kids rather be going to the beach and just cruzing it . and a 144,000 + votes lol, thats just too hilarious, somebody must of stood up all night and all day to keep voting lol. But at the end of the day, congratulations to all the kids who made team MVP. Aloha to all .


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