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Saturday, December 16, 2006

2006 OIA White Football All Stars

Offensive player of the year--Isaac Saffrey, Kaiser
Defensive player of the year--Keone Reyes, Kaimuki
Coach of the year--Lincoln Barit, Waialua

First team offense

QB Caleb Fore Waialua Sr.
RB Isaac Saffrey Kaiser Sr.
RB Antoin Dewalt Pearl City Jr.
WR Kalua Noa Kaiser Jr.
WR Edwin Rubio Waialua Sr.
WR Adam Foster Waialua Sr.
OL Castro Masaniai Waipahu Sr.
OL Brice Kahalewai Kaiser Sr.
OL Lono Awong Kaiser Jr.
OL Mike Tevaga Waipahu Sr.
OL Kenika Kaimi Nanakuli Jr.
UTL Antoin Dewalt Pearl City Jr.

First Team Defense

DL Keone Reyes Kaimuki Sr.
DL Bronson McMoore Kaiser Jr.
DL Tukia Aholelei Kaiser Sr.
DL James Tivao Waipahu Sr.
LB C.J. Criado Kaiser Sr.
LB Aaron Paahana Waipahu Sr.
LB Lele Pefua Waipahu Jr.
DB Neil Paguyo Waipahu Sr.
DB Jake Esteban Kaiser Sr.
DB Joshwa Salvador Kaimuki Sr.
DB Alfred Paclb Pearl City Sr.
UTL Dolly Ainuu Kaimuki Sr.


Second Team Offense

QB Skylar Chan Kaiser Sr.
RB Keo Palimo'o Waipahu Jr.
RB Donovan Matas Waialua Jr.
WR Kenese Ola Roosevelt Sr.
WR Kamaki Sherman Anuenue Jr.
WR Matt Soueira Waipahu Sr.
OL Dustin Uyeda Kaimuki Jr.
OL Tyler Lauifi Pearl City Jr.
OL Keola Spencer Pearl City Jr.
OL Tauese Tapusoa Waialua Sr.
OL Kawika Yamanouchi Waialua Jr.

Second Team Defense

DL Sean Harkin Kaiser Sr.
DL Samson Ma'u Waipahu Sr.
DL Robert Kepilino Waipahu Sr.
DL Castro Masaniai Waipahu Sr.
LB Keli'i Kon Anuenue Jr.
LB Troy Antoque Pearl City Jr.
LB Maua Tuitele Kaimuki So.
DB Kekoa Pasion-Almeida Waialua Sr.
DB Kalani Calizar Kaiser Sr.
DB James Saffrey Kaiser Sr.
DB James Tran Roosevelt Sr.

Honorable Mention
Anuenue: Keli'i Ka'aihue, Ehukai Nauka.
Kaimuki: James Bower, Stephen Harris, Brian Miyamoto, Makalii Nahinu, Isamu Nicholas.
Kaiser: Dawson Bell, Rayce Chun-Ming, Richard Dione, Justin Inagaki, Thomas Khamvonsa, Kelii Maikui, Mason Masaki, Kyle Niiro, Sid Slom, Pasi Toetuu, Andrew Wingert.
Kalani: Patrick Akau, Corey Fukunaga, Dustin Kimura, Jason Lee, Terrence Lum, Dillon Matsuda, Codi Oshiro, Sam Tupou.
Nanakuli: Gysen Garcia, Kaimi Kamaka, Ritchie Rosa, Julius Seabrooks.
Pearl City: Kawika Borden, Eric Butner, Kevin Costa, Bryson Costales, Jeremiah Drumeller, Brian Gossett, Sean Herman, Francis Hewlett, Stayson Isobe, Jordan Jardiolin, Questel Jarrett, Cory Kikuchi, Issac Naehu, Christian Pavo, Henric Razon, Matthew Tanaid, Gavin Tanaka, Alberto Triana.
Roosevelt: James Aoki, Daniel Arruda, Kennedy Augafa, Jordan Bush, Tony Fautanu, Darin Fujii, Zach Hamasaki, Kaui Kaolulo, Alan Millare, Keola Mojica, Justin Otaguro, Shaide Quisano, Colin Ta'a, Alton Townsend, Ranson Tuitama.
Waialua: Sebastian Bajo, Jeremy Borges, Josiah Castallanos, Reggie Carrillo, Kaikala Carvalho, Jacob Deuz, Joel Dicion, Micah Hatchie, Pono Kinney, Cody Labra, Aaron Lapitan, Isaiah Ramirez, Dillion Rowley, Alika Sholtz, Joshua Whittaker.
Waipahu: Brandon Aitu-Kaolulo, Rodney Balais, Jamar Bautista-Winston, Steven Berndt, Richard Cadiz, Jesse Doctolero, Gilchrist Fernandez, Tyrone Hollister, Brahmin Kelekolio, Jaris Komuro-Rosete, Tyler Martin, Fogalele Pefua, Mike Pascalbo.

Posted on: Saturday, December 16, 2006

Saffrey, Reyes both honored

By Wes Nakama
Advertiser Staff Writer

Kaiser senior Isaac Saffery was regarded as one of the top running backs in the O'ahu Interscholastic Association's White Conference since his sophomore year.

After this season, his excellence was affirmed when league coaches named him OIA White Offensive Player of the Year in a recent vote.

At 5 feet 9 and 195 pounds, Saffery had a combination of power, speed and cutting ability that resulted in huge production throughout most of the season.

He finished the year with 1,381 yards and 18 touchdowns rushing on 208 carries (6.6 ypc). In two of his bigger games, Saffery ran for 202 yards and three TDs in a victory over Waialua and 164 yards and four touchdowns in a win over Roosevelt.

His rushing total was fourth-best in the state, and his 108 points scored ranked third.

One team that was able to contain Saffery was Kaimuki, which held him to a combined 37 yards on 21 carries in two victories, including a 26-13 win in the OIA White semifinals. Leading the Bulldogs' defense this season was lineman Keone Reyes, a 5-11, 250-pound senior.

Reyes' athleticism and versatility — he played both tackle and end and also some middle linebacker — was a key part of Kaimuki's success. The Bulldogs finished as White runners-up and qualified for the Division II state tournament, and coaches named him Defensive Player of the Year.

"Keone was a dominant force for our defense all year long," Kaimuki coach Daniel Mafua said. "Most of our guys had to play both ways and they really had to suck it up, but Keone enjoys playing defense and he always had that extra push to be a leader. He led by example, through his actions."

Reyes, who helped the Bulldogs win the OIA basketball championship last season en route to Advertiser All-State first-team honors, used quickness and a variety of moves to be effective against the run and pass.

"He doesn't look quick, and his speed is deceptive because he has those long strides," Mafua said. "But he would catch a lot of (opposing backs and receivers) and run them down. He would do all that on defense, and then turn around and play offensive tackle. He really grew as a player this season and helped us achieve what we did, getting to the championship game."

Kaiser led the way with seven all-star first-team selections: Saffery, wide receiver Kalua Noa, offensive linemen Lono Awong and Brice Kahalewai, defensive linemen Tukia Aholelei and Bronson McMoore, linebacker C.J. Criado and defensive back Jake Esteban.

OIA White champion Waipahu was next with six: offensive linemen Castro Masaniai and Mike Tevaga, defensive lineman James Tivao, defensive back Neil Paguyo and linebackers Aaron Pa'ahana and Lele Pefua.

Kaimuki and Waialua each was represented by three players. The Bulldogs placed Reyes, defensive back Joshwa Salvador and utility player Dolly Ainu'u.

Waialua was represented by quarterback Caleb Fore and receivers Adam Foster and Edwin Rubio. Pearl City placed two: running back/utility player Antoin Dewalt and defensive back Alfred Paclib. Nanakuli offensive lineman Kemika Kaimi rounds out the first team.

Waialua's Lincoln Barit was named Coach of the Year after leading the Bulldogs to a rare playoff berth.

Reach Wes Nakama at wnakama@honoluluadvertiser.com.

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