The pilot of a potent air attack and the leader of a stalwart defensive unit were named as the top players in the O'ahu Interscholastic Association's Red Conference Western Division.
Naeole, a 5-foot-7, 160-pound senior, completed 124 of 218 passes (56.9 percent) for 1,521 yards and 10 touchdowns. He led the state in passing yardage for much of the season and was among the leaders in pass efficiency.
Siavi'i, a 6-2, 200-pound senior, headed a stingy defense that posted a shutout at Wai'anae and held '
Wai'anae led the way with seven players selected to the OIA Red West all-star first team: running back Justin Kauwalu, offensive linemen Richard Nansen and Sunia Vaitai, defensive lineman Lesili Sekona and defensive backs Shandon Dias, Matt Ibanez and Bronson Panui.
Mililani was represented by wide receiver Taz Stevenson, offensive lineman Tyson Nishihara and defensive lineman Nick Ma'afala. Radford placed receiver Shawn Putman-Curry, defensive back Donniqtay Campbell and utility player Mosiah Manuma.
Leilehua linebacker Art Laurel rounds out the first team.
Darnell Arceneaux was named Coach of the Year after guiding Mililani to five straight victories and the division crown.