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Tuesday, December 12, 2006

All League: OIA Red West















Red West

Offensive player of the year--Lofa Liilii, Aiea
Defensive player of the year-- George Kauwalu, Waianae
Coach of the year--Daniel Matsumoto, Waianae

First Team Offense

QB Bryant Moniz Leilehua Sr.
RB Jordan Torres Mililani Sr.
RB Kamuela Foki Kapolei Jr.
WR Kyle Blair Radford Sr.
WR Alan Fonoti Aiea Sr.
WR Lofa Liilii Aiea Sr.
OL Mike Matamua Kapolei Sr.
OL William Duseigneur Waianae Sr.
OL Mako Malepeai Aiea Sr.
OL Adriano Alae Leilehua Sr.
OL Alex Tupulua Waianae Sr.
UTL Daniel Liilii Aiea Jr.

First team defense

DL Fred Ellis Waianae Sr.
DL Thor Salanoa Radford Sr.
DL Viliami Haunga Leilehua Sr.
DL Matt Hunt Mililani Sr.
LB George Kauwalu Waianae Sr.
LB Justin Cossey Kapolei Sr.
LB Mana Ohia Aiea Sr.
DB Kamuela Foki Kapolei Jr.
DB Travis Daniels Radford Sr.
DB Preston Ayala Waianae Sr.
DB Dustin Pauu Leilehua Sr.
UTL Kyle Blair Radford Sr.

Second Team Offense

QB Alfredo Higa Aiea Sr.
RB Micah Abreu-Laybon Leilehua Sr.
RB Daniel Liilii Aiea Jr.
WR Martin Iosefo Leilehua Sr.
WR James Buchanan Aiea Jr.
WR David Rivers Mililani Sr.
OL Derrick Samifua Radford Sr.
OL Brandon Dela Cruz Mililani Sr.
OL Justin Cossey Kapolei Sr.
OL Shane Um Mililani Sr.
OL Daniel Pelupelu Leilehua Sr.

Second Team Defense

DL David Paaluhi Waianae Sr.
DL Falealii Tausaga Aiea Sr.
DL Kanekoa Asing Aiea Jr.
DL Chris Fuga Campbell Jr.
LB Mene Coffin Leilehua Sr.
LB Kaipo Punihaole Waianae Sr.
LB Josh Andrews Mililani Sr.
DB David Saavaetasi Aiea Jr.
DB Kalae Parrish Kapolei Jr.
DB Austin Healy Kapolei Sr.
DB Tianeva Tyrell-Edra Leilehua Sr.

Honorable mention
Aiea: Lika Aviu, Josh Chung, Miah Faatoafe, Malone Faumuina, Crenston Ioapo, Sile Koria, Ataji Lani, Alex Mauga, Quinton Peterson, Brennan Sato.
Campbell: Haouli Anderson, Jordan Doane, Donovan Domingo-Panta, Bronson Ellis-Riveria, Cory Freitas, Shane Gaui, Mike Gueso, Ranson Ho, Martin Kodama, Koroseta Leauma, Hanns Lee, Jesse Lee, Matthew Masifilo, Obadiah Mataio, Ryan Matautia, Matthew Miller, Guilliano Stevenson, Apuauro Turano, Lowen Tynanes-Perez, Miles Tynanes-Perez.
Kapolei: Kelii Aki, Josh Hose, Alvin Julaton, Mike Kahalehoe, Curtis Kiyabu, Mason Koa, Chad Lopati, Trent Nakata, Kaipo Nakatani, Cyril Ontai, Aaron Santiago, Caleb Spencer.
Leilehua: Josh Cruz, Kaipo Derego, Leroy McCloud, Aaremy Palomares, Stanford Salavea, Roman Seui, Robert Siavii, Afe Talaeai.
Mililani: Chivas Antoque, Scott Burns, Joey Cadiz, Lyle Castanares, Rustin Funakoshi, David Ishida, Cody Kilthau, Isaiah Lawelawe, Moshi Mabry, Curtis Murakami, Tyson Nishihara, Aina Ocreto-Silva, Kawika Ornellas, Kenneth Paneku, Ikaika Payomo, Kala Perbera.
Radford: Marshall Bradford, Zach Brisley, DC Campbell, Riddley Devoux, Collin Elisara, Stephen Jenkins, Billy Johnson, Mana Kauhola, Justin Lord, Epa Maika, Marcus Malepeai, Patrick McDermott, Robert Pese, Ezekiel Pulou, Scott Ruehl, Jory Sims, Jacob Taitague, So'osoo Taulelei.
Waianae: Joe Abell, Richard Kauahikaua, Nathan Malaki, Ben McQuown, Travis Nua, Christopher Santiago, Sosaia Vaitai.

Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Li‘ili‘i, Kauwalu best of West

Advertiser Staff

Even an injured Lofa Li'ili'i proved to be more than a handful for opposing defenses in the O'ahu Interscholastic Association's West Division this season.

Meanwhile, George Kauwalu was a menace for every opposing offense.

Li'ili'i, an 'Aiea receiver, was named OIA West Offensive Player of the Year and Kauwalu, a Wai'anae linebacker, was named Defensive Player of the Year in a recent vote of division coaches.

Li'ili'i was slowed by a high ankle sprain suffered early in the season, but still ended up with 43 catches for 536 yards (12.5 ypc) and four touchdowns. He also carried the ball 41 times for 170 yards, and returned a punt 85 yards for a TD against Leilehua.

The 5-foot-11, 170-pound senior also served as an effective decoy, drawing defenders his way to open up routes for teammates Alan Fonoti (44 catches, 552 yards, 6 TDs), James Buchanan (34-368, 3 TDs) and Daniel Li'ili'i (32-304, 2 TDs).

"The other coaches thought Lofa was always a threat, so they were prepared to cover him," said Wendell Say, who completed his 15th season as 'Aiea's head coach. "I think he's probably the best receiver we ever had."

Kauwalu, a 6-foot, 210-pound senior, also will go down as one of the all-time greats from his school. His ball-hawking quickness and punishing hits made an impression on almost every opposing offense the past two years.

"Not only can he hit, but he can cover (receivers), too," Say said. "He's one of the best linebackers I've seen in a long time."

Kauwalu's play on defense helped the Seariders clinch the West Division championship with a week to spare.

'Aiea and Wai'anae led the West with five players each named to the all-star first team. Li'ili'i is joined by fellow Na Ali'i receiver Fonoti, utility player Daniel Li'ili'i, offensive lineman Mako Malepeai and linebacker Mana Ohia.

Kauwalu is joined by Seariders offensive linemen William Duseigneur and Alex Tupulua, defensive lineman Fred Ellis and defensive back Preston Ayala.

Leilehua was represented by four players, Kapolei and Radford each placed three and Mililani had two on the first team.

Two players — Kapolei's Kamuela Foki and Radford's Kyle Blair — were selected at two positions. Foki made it as a running back and defensive back. Blair was picked as a receiver and a defensive utility player.

Lofa Li'ili'i, Kauwalu, Malepeai, Ohia, Ayala and Mililani's Matt Hunt are repeat first-team selections.

Wai'anae's Danny Matsumoto was named Coach of the Year.

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