Mililani senior Darius Muasau has been selected a Polynesian Bowl All Star.
The 6-foot-1, 225-pound linebacker, who has committed to the University of Hawaii, is the second Trojan selected to the 2019 high school football all-star game, joining quarterback Dillon Gabriel.
Muasau has anchored a Trojans defense that is allowing just 15.1 points per game against Hawaii opponents overall and only 8.4 points per game against seven OIA opponents.
Mililani has won five in a row since back-to-back losses to St. John Bosco and Punahou and has climbed to No. 2 in the state in the latest Honolulu Star-Advertiser Football Top 10.
The Trojans play Kahuku on Friday night at Aloha Stadium for the OIA Open Division championship. Mililani last won a league crown in 2014 when it went on to win its first state football championship.
The 2019 Polynesian Bowl will be held Saturday, Jan. 19. For a complete list of players selected to the game, click here.
There will be three more players from Hawaii selected to the game including one announced later today on Hawaii Prep World.