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POSTED: Wednesday, October 01, 2008

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Dalton Hilliard Punahou football

He rushed for 58 yards and three touchdowns and caught seven passes for 72 yards against Kamehameha.

  Candace Soares Mililani volleyball

She had 15 kills against Aiea and 26 kills and four aces against Pearl City.

 

HONOR ROLL

AIR RIFLERY

» Haunani Akana, Sacred Hearts: 274 against Kamehameha
» Lelan Aranaydo, Pearl City: 264 against Waialua
» Chad Asato, AOP: 243 against Saint Louis
» Gabrielle Decosta, Kahuku: 242 against Kailua
» Amy Fiske, AOP: 254 against Mid-Pacific
» Chelsie Hata, Moanalua: 269 against Roosevelt
» Nancy Le, Kalani: 263 against Kalaheo
» Jayson Lum, Saint Louis: 249 against Kamehameha; 261 against AOP
» Jordan Martino, Campbell: 255 against Kapolei
» Peter Mathre, Kalani: 250 against Kalaheo
» Patrick Mizuno, Kapolei: 243 against Campbell
» Norah Nguyen, Pearl City: 241 against Waialua
» Ashley Rosenfeld, Sacred Hearts: 270 against AOP
» Shelby Ann Samori, AOP: 243 against Sacred Hearts
» Staria Takara, Farrington: 243 against Kaimuki
» Troy Uchida, AOP: 246 against Saint Louis
» Allisyn Vega, Pearl City: 241 against Waialua
» Damien Waikaloa, Kamehameha: 261 against Saint Louis

 

BOWLING

» Stanton Adsuara, Moanalua: 247 game against Kailua, 259 game against Farrington
» Dara Ajimine, Kalani: 246 game against Hawaii Center for the Deaf and Blind
» Chasen Ardo, Castle: 278 game against Roosevelt
» Bryan Badua, Kamehameha: 255 game, 655 series against University
» Gabriel Ching, Damien: 244 game, 708 series against Punahou
» David Igeta, Mid-Pacific: 245 game, 671 series against Maryknoll
» Keenan Kurihara, Maryknoll: 243 game against Iolani
» Nolan Murakami, Punahou: 243 game, 675 series against ASSETS
» Jonathan Nakagawa, Kalani: 269 game, 763 series against Farrington
» Tyler Noquez-Epil, Kailua: 275 game, 692 series against Moanalua
» Austin Patacsil, Kailua: 268 game against McKinley

 

CROSS COUNTRY

» Sarah Clapp, Kaiser: won the Kaiser Invitational with a time of 19 minutes, 19 seconds
» Tia Greenwell, Honokaa: won the BIIF Invitational with a time of 19:08
» Matthew Nakamoto, Hawaii Baptist: won the Kaiser Invitational with a time of 16:38
» Mark Turner, Hilo: won the BIIF Invitational with a time of 16:20

 

FOOTBALL

» Breland Almadova, Iolani: seven tackles, a fumble recovery, a forced fumble and an interception in a win over Damien
» Jarrett Arakawa, Iolani: passed for 204 yards and four scores against Damien
» Thomas Deniz, Konawaena: threw four touchdown passes against Kamehameha-Hawaii despite a magnitude 3.3 earthquake in the middle of the game
» Kellen Imada, Iolani: rushed for 129 yards and caught a 62-yard touchdown pass against Damien
» Jarrin Inagaki, Kaiser: rushed for 101 yards against Waialua
» Darin Kamealoha, Pac-Five: eight receptions for 117 yards and two touchdowns against Word of Life
» Kawika Karratti, Konawaena: five sacks against Kamehameha-Hawaii
» Jesse Kauhola, Kaiser: rushed for 140 yards against Waialua
» Shaydon Kehano, Castle: four catches for 163 yards and two touchdowns against McKinley
» Danny Kekoanui, Waianae: rushed for 148 yards and a touchdown against Leilehua
» Johnathan Ligsay, Waianae: rushed for 110 yards and two touchdowns against Leilehua
» Kela Marciel, Iolani: caught touchdown passes of 46 and 58 yards against Iolani
» Mosiah Manuma, Radford: passed for 214 yards and four touchdowns against Anuenue
» P.J. Minaya, Pac-Five: passed for 248 yards and four touchdowns against Word of Life
» Shawn Putman-Curry, Radford: eight receptions for 98 yards, including two touchdowns against Anuenue
» Rory Racadio, St. Anthony: four receptions for 127 yards and a touchdown against Kamehameha-Maui
» Blake Rapozo, Castle: passed for 225 yards, two scores and no picks against McKinley
» Taylor Rodrigues, King Kekaulike: rushed for 124 yards and a touchdown against Maui
» Cayman Shutter, Punahou: passed for 260 yards, a touchdown and no picks against Kamehameha
» Manti Te'o, Punahou: 10 tackles against Kamehameha

 

VOLLEYBALL

» Alex Akana, Kamehameha: seven kills (.500), 2.5 blocks against Punahou; 11 kills against Iolani
» Lahela Akima, Lahainaluna: eight kills against King Kekaulike
» Caitlyn Andrade, Kamehameha: 36 assists against Punahou
» Kaulana Ane, Kamehameha-Maui: 14 assists and five digs against Hana
» Jaclyn Azevedo, Christian Liberty: 16 kills against Parker
» Tonisha Buford, Pearl City: 18 kills against Mililani
» Lashaun Dela Cruz, Waianae: eight kills against Radford
» Hiilani Evans-Bautista, Kamehameha-Hawaii: 11 kills against Waiakea
» Olivia Freitas, Mililani: 10 kills and six blocks against Aiea
» Davilynn Ganer, Lahainaluna: five blocks against King Kekaulike
» Danielle Grace, Aiea: 10 kills against Mililani
» Chelsea Hardin, Iolani: nine kills against Kamehameha
» Kamie Imai, Waiakea: 12 kills against Kamehameha-Hawaii
» Tiana Inong, Pearl City: 16 kills against Mililani
» Talia Jardin, Kamehameha: eight kills (.545) against Punahou
» Kuulei Kabalis, Kamehameha-Hawaii: 17 kills against Waiakea
» Kayla-Al Kaluau, Kamehameha-Maui: 12 kills against Hana
» Garilyn Kaleimamahu, Waianae: eight kills against Radford
» Kristina Kam, Punahou: 10 digs against Kamehameha
» Tia Keanini, Lahainaluna: 20 digs against King Kekaulike
» Courtney Lelipali, Punahou: 11 digs against Kamehameha
» Kelly Leopoldo, Aiea: 13 kills, eight assists and three aces against Mililani
» Ginger Long, Kamehameha-Maui: 10 kills against Hana
» Tai Manu-Olevao, Punahou: nine kills against Kamehameha
» C'era Oliveira, Hawaii Baptist: nine kills (.615) against St. Andrew's Priory
» Sarah Palmer, Hawaii Baptist: nine kills (.400) and 31/2 blocks against St. Andrew's Priory
» Shaina Pogia, Waianae: 16 kills and two blocks against Radford
» Maile Ponce, King Kekaulike: seven aces against Lahainaluna
» Morgan Rapozo, Waiakea: 20 kills against Kamehameha-Hawaii
» Melelatu Samisoni, Aiea: 15 kills against Mililani
» Tajana Santiago, Kahuku: 29 assists against Roosevelt
» Tiara Tagaloa, Waianae: eight kills and two blocks against Radford
» Nile Te'o, Kahuku: 10 kills and four aces against Roosevelt
» Amanda Tonga, Kahuku: 10 kills against Roosevelt
» Finau Tuakoi, Lahainaluna: 12 kills and seven blocks against King Kekaulike
» Whitney Viveiros, Kamehameha: 11 kills and 13 digs against Punahou; 14 kills against Iolani
» Alissa Youart, Iolani: 11 kills against Kamehameha
» Tabatha Yuen, King Kekaulike: 10 kills against Lahainaluna

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DID YOU KNOW?

Since the state football tournament started in 1999, Saint Louis has been runner-up five times. The Crusaders (currently No. 1 in the Star-Bulletin Top 10) have also won the Division I state title twice.

 

Football Top 10

The Top 10 high school football teams in Hawaii as voted on by coaches and media from around the state. First-place votes in parentheses. Ten points for first-place votes, nine for second, eight for third, etc.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

     

 

 

Team, RecordLast weekThis weekPTS.PVS.
1. Saint Louis (32), 4-0did not playvs. Iolani3291
2. Punahou, 4-1beat Kamehamehavs. Word of Life2894
3. Farrington, 5-1did not playat Kahuku2215
4. Leilehua, 5-1lost to Waianaeat Nanakuli2162
5. Waianae (1), 4-2beat Leilehuavs. Waipahu2017
6. Kamehameha, 3-3lost to Punahouvs. Damien1863
7. Kahuku, 5-1beat Kaimukivs. Farrington1556
8. 'Iolani, 6-1beat Damienvs. Saint Louis798
9. Baldwin, 3-1did not playdoes not play669
10. Kapolei, 4-3beat Pearl Cityvs. Mililani2810
» Also receiving votes: Konawaena 19, Castle 11, Mililani 5, Campbell 4, Kauai 2, Waipahu 1.

 

       

 

Girls volleyball Top 10

The Top 10 high school girls volleyball teams in Hawaii as voted on by coaches and media from around the state. First-place votes in parentheses. Ten points for first-place votes, nine for second, eight for third, etc. Not including last night's results.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
Team, RecordLast matchNext matchPTS.PVS.
1. Kamehameha (5), 10-1lost to 'Iolanivs. Word of Life1401
2. 'Iolani (5), 10-1beat Kamehamehavs. Maryknoll1205
3. Punahou, 9-1beat St. Andrew'sat Hawaii Baptist1142
4. Kahuku (4), 9-0beat Rooseveltat Kalani1133
5. Hawaii Baptist, 9-1beat Word of Lifevs. Punahou974
6. Aiea, 9-0beat Waianaeat Campbell667
7. Word of Life, 8-3lost to HBAat Kamehameha526
8. Moanalua, 7-2beat Kalanivs. Roosevelt478
9. KS-Hawaii, 6-1lost to Waiakeaat Kealakehe199
10. Waiakea, 6-0beat KS-Hawaiiat Honokaa16-
Also receiving votes: Farrington 7, Pearl City 7, Sacred Hearts 7, Maryknoll 2, Mililani 2, Molokai 2, Hilo 1.
» No longer in top 10 (previous rank): Sacred Hearts (No. 10).