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Hilo • SrOL • 6'0 200
Castle • JrOL • 6'3 265
Moanalua • SrOL • 5'10 208
Waipahu • SrOL • 6'0 265
Maui • SrOL • 5'8 215
Moanalua • SrQB • 5'7 150
Waipahu • JrRB • 5'11 183
Maui • JrRB • 5'10 210
Hilo • JrWR • 5'10 145
Aiea • SrWR • 5'11 170
Iolani • JrWR • 6'1 172
Castle • SrUT • 5'8 170
Moanalua • SrDL • 6'1 300
Waipahu • JrDL • 6'3 271
Maui • SrDL • 6'0 270
Maui • SrLB • 5'10 245
Waipahu • JrLB • 6'3 231
Hilo • JrLB • 5'9 190
Hilo • JrDB • 5'5 145
Waipahu • SrDB • 6'1 215
Moanalua • SrDB • 5'9 160
Waipahu • SrDB • 5'10 200
Iolani • SrDB • 5'7 155
Iolani • JrUT • 5'9 171
Iolani • SrK • 5'7 164
Leilehua • SrP • 5'11 160
Moanalua • SrRET • 5'9 160
Hilo • JrAP • 5'7 160
Quarterbacks: Laa Asuega-Stark (Baldwin), Jorden Himalaya (Kealakehe), Cody Marques (Waipahu), Kyan Miyasato (Hilo), Max Nichols (Leilehua)
Running backs: Elijah Kahele (Kealakehe), James McGary (Leilehua), Kaleo Ramos (Hilo), Samson Rasay (Kailua)
Receivers: Kalae Akui (Hilo), Carson Dean (Radford), Dorian Furtado (Leilehua), Ezra Grace (Moanalua), Mitchell Hirose (Maui), Kainoa Jones (Kealakehe), Rayden Kaneshiro (Iolani), Kili-Scott Madrid (Baldwin), Jonah Miyazawa (Iolani), Javon Monico (Moanalua), Paul Omenegbar (Castle), CJ Paleafei (Moanalua), Branson Jay Reyes (Waipahu), Lindon Sevilleja (Damien), Saxon Tote (Waipahu)
Offensive line: Cody AhNee (Keaau), Tima Ata (Waipahu), Jaden Degala (Maui), Josiah De Freitas (Nanakuli), Keiki Kalima (Kailua), Shea Kedekin (Kealakehe), Mana Koehler (Castle), Dylan Mahuna (Baldwin), Darrellson Masaniai (Radford), Ryan Nishizaki (Iolani), Orlando Pagan (Kailua), Kilo Scanlan (Iolani), Willis Sison (Aiea), Kymani Sombelon (Maui), Shannon Torres (Waiakea), Setu Vole (Kealakehe)
Offensive utility: Aalona Aleka (Nanakuli), Fabian Bautista (Aiea), Torryn Kauhaahaa-Sulusi (Maui), Lexsen Kunukau (Nanakuli), Kalani Piltz (Kealakehe)
Defensive line: Kayden Alameda (Hilo), Malaefono Ale (Moanalua), Jett Buffet (Damien), Jaeden Chow (Leilehua), Gambino Devoux (Waipahu), Solomon Farley (Kailua), Keiki Kalima (Kailua), Tysen Kaniaupio (Hilo), Buffalo Kruize (Moanalua), Josh Niro (Hilo), Menise Pase (Radford), Jonathan Pei (Aiea), Malik Rhines (Radford), Kalai Rosario (Waiakea), Malachi Semo (Baldwin), Fosi Ulima (Damien), Kaoha Wilson (Hilo), Raiden Wong (Castle)
Linebackers: Zachary Camanse (Waipahu), Jeremy Gonzalez (Maui), Jesse Kaohi (Moanalua), Trey Lualemaga (Kealakehe), Mana Price (Hilo), Manuele Pulusila (Waipahu), Luke Reyes (Waipahu), Cameron Russell (Maui), Keanu Tilton (Castle), Jashawn Wakefield (Leilehua)
Defensive backs: Tarynce Antolin (Waipahu), Kevin Cacho (Maui), Micah Camat (Iolani), Trevor Cui-Anderson (Leilehua), Isaac Ignacio (Iolani), Klyson Kaiwi (Hilo), Warren Lagaaia (Leilehua), Kainalu Lewis (Hilo), Kelii Pelekane (Kealakehe), Micah Shikada (Iolani)
Defensive utility: Noble Ripley (Aiea), LJ Vongsy (Aiea), Stanley Wilbur (Keaau)
Kickers: Brycen Amorozo (Waipahu), Cheydon Costa (Castle), Griffin Motas (Moanalua)
Punters: Tarynce Antolin (Waipahu), Joshua Rosario (Hilo)
Returners: Kalei Akagi (Leilehua), Kyler Mento (Iolani), Bishop Wickes (Baldwin)
All purpose: Babu Capanang (Aiea), Jonathan Dalmacio (Damien), River Iaea (Damien), Austin Mogote (Aiea), Bruce Pakele (Castle), Matai Suitonu (Radford)
Other coaches that recieved consideration: Kaeo Drummondo (Hilo), Savaii Eselu (Moanalua), John Hao (Castle), James Kammerer (Maui)
The Waipahu football team earned the ultimate prize last Fall with its first state championship in school history.
It's only fitting that the Marauders swept the top awards in the ScoringLive Division I All-Hawaii selections.
Junior running back Alfred Failauga and senior safety Deacon Kapea earned Player of the Year honors for their efforts on their respective sides of the ball and fourth-year coach Bryson Carvalho is the Coach of the Year.
Offensive Player of the Year: Alfred Failauga, Waipahu, RB, Jr.Failauga — who earned First Team Division II honors the past two seasons — did not finish as the state's leading-rusher after missing most of the regular season with a hand injury, but his return sparked a season turn-around.
The 5-foot-11, 183-pound running back rushed for 1,163 yards and 10 scores in nine games, reaching the century-mark seven times and in the Marauders' final six games of the season.
"He's your typical workhorse kind of guy," Iolani coach Wendell Look said of Failauga. "He gets better and stronger the more he touches the ball. He was able to put his team on his shoulders and carry them, literally."
Defensive Player of the Year: Deacon Kapea, Waipahu, DB, Sr.When Failauga was out of the lineup, Kapea did a respectable job filling in as a running back with 279 yards and six touchdowns, but it was his nose for the ball in the secondary that made him an electrifying player.
Kapea matched Failauga's 10 rushing TDs with interceptions as the 5-foot-10, 200-pound safety totaled 10 picks, which included a hat-trick performance in the state semifinals against Iolani.
He also had a nose for the end zone with three interceptions that were taken back for a score. His final pick-six of the season gave the Marauders a 28-7 halftime lead over defending-state champ Hilo in the state title game.
"He's the epitome of what you'd want at the safety position," Hilo coach Kaeo Drummondo said of Kapea. "He's big and physical enough to come up in run support and rangy enough to play coverage over the top. He's also really instinctual and that was evident in the amount of interceptions he had."
Coach of the Year: Bryson Carvalho, WaipahuCarvalho deserves credit for keeping the team stay focused throughout the course of the season despite a up-and-down regular season.
The Marauders loss four games during the newly-fashioned OIA-ILH interleague agreement, which included a 50-20 homecoming disaster to Leilehua in which Waipahu had a 13-12 lead at the half.
Instead of thinking about next year, the Marauders turned it around and avenged its loss to the Mules in a road playoff win. They than won the league title, avenged a 55-14 regular season loss to Iolani with a 20-19 come-from-behind win in the state tournament and then knocked off the defending state champions to win the koa trophy.
ScoringLive's All-Hawaii teams honor standout Division I and II athletes statewide. Selections are made by SL staff in consultation with media and coaches.