Honor roll — Feb. 15

Athletes of the Week
Chrissy Chow, Punahou wrestling: The senior outlasted Tanalei Louis of Konawaena 8-3 in overtime in the 127-pound final to earn her third state championship. She helped Punahou capture its third girls crown in a row.

Raynald Cooper III, Pearl City wrestling: The two-sport standout claimed his third state crown bumping up a weight class as a senior. He topped rival and top-seeded Patrick Sheehan of Punahou in the 173-pound division final.

>> Bryan Andres, Kauai: 21 points against Kapaa
>> Kelvin Akamine, Le Jardin: 23 points against HBA
>> Quinn Arakawa, Saint Louis: 19 points in a 41-35 win over Damien
>> Wesley Armbrust, Moanalua: 16 points, 10 rebounds in a 52-37 victory over Mililani; 18 points in an OIA-title clinching win over Kahuku, including the game-winning bucket with 10 seconds to go
>> Jayce Carvalho, KS-Hawaii: 14 points, 11 boards in a 51-46 win over Konawaena
>> Rokas Cesnulevicius, HPA: 21 points, 13 rebounds against Pahoa
>> Shaun Dobovan, Mid-Pacific: 22 points in a 64-51 win over Maryknoll
>> Theo Duplechain, IPA: 25 points in a 51-39 win over St. Francis as the Navigators secured a state-tourney berth
>> Thomas Fairman, St. Joseph: 16 points, 14 caroms in a 44-40 win over Honokaa
>> Nick Fisher, Pahoa: 21 points in a 51-49 win over HPA
>> Malik Johnson, Punahou: 24 points in a 58-40 win over Saint Louis
>> Moritz Krume, AOP: 24 points in a 56-41 win over Mid-Pacific
>> Patrick Matthews, Mid-Pacific: 20 points against Maryknoll
>> Dexter Williams, Moanalua: 19 points, 10 rebounds in a 53-47 win over Kahuku

>> Grace Choe, Makua Lani: two goals in a 4-2 victory over Waipahu
>> Taylor Higa, Mid-Pacific: two goals in a 4-1 win over Kalaheo; scored once and added a PK in the Owls’ 3-2 win over Kauai for the Division II state crown
>> Anu Kahele-Manners, Punahou: the goalkeeper permitted just one goal in three matches as the Buffanblu captured their third Division I state title in a row
>> Krystal Pascua, ‘Iolani: two goals in a 3-0 win over Kapolei and finished with four goals in the D-I state tourney
>> Alix Suwa, Pearl City: scored twice in a 2-0 win over Kealakehe
>> Alyssa Vegas, Kauai: two goals in a 3-0 win over Honokaa

State Championships
>> Lilybelle Deer, Punahou: the senior won four combined gold and silver medals, including first in the 500 freestyle and 400 freestyle relay
>> Madeline Jamora, Kapolei: the senior, who has a 3.9 grade-point average, won the 50 freestyle and 100 backstroke
>> Jasmine Mau, Punahou: the freshman placed first in the 200 IM and 100 butterfly, and swam with the winning 200 and 400 freestyle relay teams
>> Logan Borowski, HPA: won the 50 freestyle and swam on the winning 200 medley, 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle relay teams as Ka Makani won the state crown
>> Kacy Johnson, ‘Iolani: the junior won the 200 IM and 500 freestyle
>> Kyle Katase, HPA: won the 100 breaststroke and swam on three relay winners — 400 freestyle, 200 medley and 200 freestyle
>> Kaikea Nakachi, HPA: first in the 100 backstroke and three golds in relays — 200 medley, 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle
>> Renny Richmond, Seabury Hall: won the 200 freestyle and 100 butterfly

>> Samantha Higa, Aiea: recovered from elbow and ankle injuries to win the 116 state title, defeating Kristy Rabaino of Kahuku.
>> Jacob Luning-Hoshino, Kamehameha: won his third state title, downing Sean Hew-Len of Castle in the 142 final
>> Shayden Terukina, Kamehameha: captured his third state championship, winning the 137 final against Brett Will of Punahou


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