Posted: November 16, 2011 - 11:34pm
Castle's Lilio captures OIA Red East's top honor
The OIA submitted the all-stars, who were picked by the division's coaches.
Kaiser's Ernest Noborikawa and Moanalua's Tommy Lake were named Coaches of the Year.
Also on the first team are: Kahuku's Pati Anae and libero Temutisa Te'o; Moanalua's Katiana Ponce and Erin Perez; Kaiser's Haley Durham and setter Jolie Au; and Castle's Ku'ulei Lynch. All are seniors, except for Anae and Lynch, who are juniors.
Trinity Alualu, Farrington, 11
Courtney Phillips, Kaiser, 12
Adora Anae, Kahuku, 10
Mariah Sione, McKinley, 12
Jasmyne Garcia, Kailua, 12
Courtney Ueda, Moanalua, 12 (setter)
Taylor Candelario, Kaiser, 12 (libero)
Castle: Kasey Lafitaga, Qaira Pualii-Puaauli, Jasmine Solley.
Farrington: Penina Faumui, Cacheral Alualu, Chasity Scanlan-Sevao, Fuatino Manu.
Kahuku: Sina Tonga, Tyra Williams, Tatiana Brown, Talia Brown.
Kailua: Meleane Uta, Jaeden Brito, Pesi Fuatagavi.
Kaiser: Maya Honma, Shannon Kim, Dominque Chang, Klee Nihipali.
McKinley: Dorothy Aumua, Allyssa Koki, Meghan Ofagalilo, Kiana Grady.
Moanalua: Daisge Smith, Analise Austin, Silerolia Gaogao, Kassie-Ann Kiriu-Dela Cruz.