Girls Basketball
Leilehua's Kamelamela earns top OIA West honor




2019 All-OIA West Girls Basketball selections
selected by ScoringLive staff

Player of the Year: Kaylen Kamelamela, Leilehua
Coach of the Year: Michael Oyama, Mililani

FIRST TEAM
Asia Castillo, Leilehua
Kalena Gibson, Mililani
Kaylen Kamelamela, Leilehua
Dahlis Sablay, Mililani
Hadassah Tuiolemotu, Kapolei

SECOND TEAM
Angel Asaah, Radford
Madison Ayers, Mililani
Paige Ralph, Waianae
Manutagi Seei, Radford
Kimberlee Ung, Campbell

THIRD TEAM
Kylie Bagay, Mililani
Destiny Hicks, Nanakuli
Analisa Mimi Liota Kapolei
Anna Penitusi, Waipahu
Hunter Quemado, Waipahu

HONORABLE MENTION
Aiea: Breanne Fujimoto
Campbell: Orepa Fatu, Kaylen Kaawa
Kapolei: Sienna Alo, Julia Velasco
Leilehua: Victoria Canencia, Karina Phifer
Mililani: Jailah Bowen, Kianna Ponce, Kayla Tansiongco
Nanakuli: Shyler Barrett-Pilialoha, Mariah Manandic-Kapu, Misnash Savea
Pearl City: Jasmine Calderon, Kayli Frost, Jasmine Murao, Kanoelani Quintal
Radford: Emily Eter, Angela Howell, Kayla Gaoteote
Waialua: Amaya Montero, Trinity Ozoa
Waianae: Yasmine Gianauot-Ching, Criz Guzman, Greness Kapua
Waipahu: Mia DePonte, Elizabeth Kanaulu, J'Anne Stewart-Neish



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