Honor roll

Roosevelt quarterback Matthew Lono-Holani tried to elude Castle's Arthur Reddit on Friday.
Roosevelt quarterback Matthew Lono-Holani tried to elude Castle's Arthur Reddit on Friday. Photo by Jamm Aquino.

Athletes of the Week


Matthew Lono-Holani, Roosevelt football: The junior quarterback passed for 288 yards (18-for-27) and four touchdowns in an upset of then-No. 8 Castle.


Juliana Behrens, Punahou volleyball: The senior outside hitter pounded 13 kills (.524) against Hawaii Baptist.

Air Riflery

>> Korie Higa, AOP: 260 against Kamehameha

>> Christie Obatake, Punahou: 264 against Kamehameha

>> Cecilia Wong, Sacred Hearts: 268 against Mid-Pacific

Cross Country

>> Daylin Chun Fat-Arden, Castle: won the Kalani Invitational girls race with a time of 21 minutes, 28 seconds

>> Gabriella Jenkins, Mililani: won the girls race of the Mililani Invitational in 19:29

>> Magarito Martinez, Leilehua: took the boys race at the Mililani Invitational in 16:57

>> Eric Park, Castle: won the Kalani Invitational boys race with a time of 16:44


>> Clint Aina, Kailua: rushed for 173 yards and two touchdowns against Kaimuki

>> Kamana Akagi, Leilehua: 11 receptions for 177 yards and a touchdown against Kapolei

>> Samson Anguay, Campbell: ran for a 56-yard touchdown and returned a kickoff 82 yards for another score against Mililani

>> Jarrett Arakawa, ‘Iolani: four touchdown passes (14-for-16) and 166 yards in a little more than one half against Word of Life

>> Tahje Canyon, Moanalua: rushed for 202 yards (33 attempts) and two touchdowns, and caught the winning touchdown pass against Pearl City

>> Jesse Carney, Kalaheo: rushed for 184 yards and three touchdowns against Waialua

>> Dustin Elisara, Kapolei: eight tackles, including three for loss, against Leilehua

>> Josh Gonda, Kaiser: rushed for 261 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries against Kalani

>> Ryan Ho, Kamehameha: rushed for 162 yards and a touchdown against Punahou

>> Chucky Kaahanui, Aiea: passed for 246 yards and four touchdowns against Anuenue

>> Darin Kamealoha, Pac-Five: three receptions for 99 yards and a touchdown, and ran for another score against Damien

>> Shaydon Kehano, Castle: returned a kickoff 94 yards for a touchdown and caught four passes for 99 yards and another score against Roosevelt

>> Jaymason Lee, Castle: passed for 261 yards and two touchdowns against Roosevelt

>> Tuu Lolohea, Kapolei: two sacks, a forced fumble and fumble recovery and two tackles for loss against Leilehua

>> Andrew Manley, Leilehua: passed for 286 (25-for-38) and two touchdowns against Kapolei

>> Trent McKinney, Mililani: ran for three touchdowns and passed for two more against Campbell

>> P.J. Minaya, Pac-Five: passed for 315 yards and three touchdowns against Damien

>> Dylan-Keanu Montez, Kamehameha: returned an interception 24 yards for a touchdown against Punahou

>> Chancen Schutter, Kalani: six receptions for 122 yards and a touchdown against Kaiser

>> Agaese Tago, Roosevelt: eight catches for 133 yards and two touchdowns against Castle

>> Kekoa Thompson, Aiea: six receptions for 181 yards and two touchdowns against Anuenue

>> Harry Tuimaseve, Farrington: rushed for 99 yards and a touchdown against McKinley

> >Trevyn Tulonghari, ‘Iolani: six receptions, including two touchdowns, against Word of Life

>> Tyson Tynanes-Perez, Campbell: 12 solo tackles, six assisted against Mililani


>> Taylor Akana, Kamehameha: eight kills against Maryknoll

>> Kayla Kawamura, Hawaii Baptist: 23 assists against Kamehameha

>> Ginger Long, KS-Maui: 19 kills, 23 digs, three blocks against Baldwin

>> Carsen Mata, Moanalua: 27 assists against Farrington

>> Gabby Matautia, Moanalua: 13 kills against Farrington

>> Makamae Namahoe, Hilo: 14 kills, six aces against Ka‘u

>> C’era Oliveira, Hawaii Baptist: 10 kills against Kamehameha

>> Sarah Palmer, Hawaii Baptist: nine kills against Kamehameha

>> Malia Patterson, Punahou: 29 assists against Hawaii Baptist

>> Erin Perez, Moanalua: 10 kills against Farrington

>> Corrine Quinajon, St. Joseph: 22 digs against Keaau

>> Tupu Satele, Baldwin: 17 kills against KS-Maui

>> Carina Thompson, Punahou: seven kills (.429) against Hawaii Baptist


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