Taylor Wu, Dallas Martinez make Classic all-tourney team

The 2018 ‘Iolani Prep Classic all-tournament team: Dallas Martinez, Sacred Hearts; Marissa Warren, Incarnate Word; Taylor Wu, ‘Iolani; Rickie Woltman and Kiki Britzman, Incarnate Word; Champbey Pulliam, Madison Campbell, Clovis West; Courtni Thompson, Hannah Jump, Klara Astrom, Pinewood. Alstrom was named most outstanding player and Jump was named most valuable player. Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018. Paul Honda/Star-Advertiser

Taylor Wu of ‘Iolani and Dallas Martinez of Sacred Hearts were the lone island players selected to the ‘Iolani Prep Classic all-tournament team.

Champion Pinewood (Los Altos Hills, Calif.) had the most valuable player, Hannah Jump, and most outstanding player, Klara Astrom.

2018 ‘Iolani Prep Classic
All-tournament team
Most valuable player: Hannah Jump, Pinewood
Most outstanding player: Klara Astrom, Pinewood
Courtni Thompson, Pinewood
Taylor Wu, ‘Iolani
Dallas Martinez, Sacred Hearts
Marissa Warren, Incarnate Word
Rickie Woltman, Incarnate Word
Kiki Britzman, Incarnate Word
Champney Pulliam, Clovis West
Madison Campbell, Clovis West

Wu (Cal Baptist) led the host Raiders with a 15 points per game in the tournament.
> 18 points, including four 3-pointers, against Kaiser
> 10 points against Pinewood
> 17 points against Clovis West

Martinez averaged 10.3 points per game as the Lancers placed fifth.
> 6 points against Clovis West
> 10 points against Kalani
> 15 points, seven rebounds against Kaiser

Jump capped her week with a superlative night in the championship-game win over Incarnate Word. The 5-foot-11 shooting guard averaged 23.3 points per game. She has signed with Stanford.
> 14 points against Lahainaluna
> 20 points against ‘Iolani in the semifinals
> 36 points on 11-for-13 3-point shooting, plus seven rebounds, against Incarnate Word

Astrom was a key post defender and stepped up with big scoring in the first two days. She finished with 10.3 points per game. Astrom will play at Yale.
> 11 points against Lahainaluna
> 20 points against ‘Iolani
> 0 points against Incarnate Word.

Warren, a DePaul signee, averaged 12 points per game in a steady, smooth performance.
> 18 points against Kalani
> 8 points against Clovis West
> 10 points and six rebounds against Pinewood

Woltman was the dominant post in the tourney, at ease shooting with her left hand as well as her right. The Purdue-bound 6-4 senior averaged 16 points per game.
> 20 points and seven rebounds against Kalani
> 14 points against Clovis West
> 14 pounds, 10 rebounds against Pinewood

Britzman was one of the most consistent players in the tourney. The Belmont signee averaged nearly 13 points per game.
> 14 points against Kalani
> 13 points against Clovis West
> 11 points against Pinewood

Pulliam averaged 10 points per game.
> 14 points, three steals against Sacred Hearts
> 5 points against Incarnate Word
> 11 points against ‘Iolani

USC signee Campbell came up big against nationally-ranked Incarnate Word. She averaged nearly 18 points per game.
> 16 points against Sacred Hearts
> 24 points, including three treys, against Incarnate Word
> 13 points against ‘Iolani

Other notable players at the ‘Iolani Classic:
Kate Rolfes, Incarnate Word
> 5 points against Kalani
> 12 points against Clovis West
> 5 points against Pinewood

Nikki Tom, Clovis West
> 12 points against Sacred Hearts
> 6 points vs. Incarnate Word
> 13 points against ‘Iolani

Kalena Halunajan, Kalani
> 11 points against Incarnate Word
> 10 points against Sacred Hearts
> 28 points against Lahainaluna

Aari’yana Sanders, Clovis West
> 10 points, seven rebounds against Sacred Hearts
> 5 points against Incarnate Word
> 12 points against ‘Iolani

Jovi Wahinekapu Lefotu, ‘Iolani
> 14 points against Kaiser
> 12 points against Pinewood
> 10 points against Clovis West

Kyra Tanabe, ‘Iolani
> 10 points against Kaiser
> 12 points against Pinewood
> 7 points against Clovis West


  1. K-Town Uncle December 19, 2018 7:46 am

    Solid picks for the local kids!

    My niece Jovi is a beast! She has been tearing it up on the club scene since she was 12 often playing with high school varsity girls around Oahu. Last summer she played on Coach Bobbi Awa’s 17u Lady Stingrays as a 14 year old 8th grader in Oregon and Chicago.

    But for some odd reason, she was put on the 15u team for Proformance Hawaii. It was a waste of her time. It’s unfortunate that she was subjected to play with the young ones (nothing against the young ones), but she was clearly better than many of the girls on the 17u teams (2 teams). I may be biased, but many local coaches told us the same.

    The funniest thing was after Jovi and her teammates won the 15u division they were in, the Proformance coaches were blasting stuff all over the social media saying how they won the 15u division with a team of 13 year olds and younger? Um, Jovi was 14 when she played in that tourney.

    Coaches, if you are going to coach kids, please make the personal connection and at least learn their ages, haha.

    Anyway, I wish the best to Jovi and Lily, both are beasts! Hopefully 3-4 state titles for Iolani!!!

  2. Burgla December 20, 2018 2:40 am

    Love watching her play!

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