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Athletes of the Week

By Paul Honda

LAST UPDATED: 3:42 a.m. HST, Nov 23, 2010


Marcus Mariota
Saint Louis football
The 6-foot-3, 190-pound senior quarterback completed 17 of 19 pass attempts for 349 yards and two touchdowns while rushing for 49 yards and another score in a 42-28 state semifinal win over third-ranked Leilehua. Mariota has committed to play next season for the nation's top-ranked football team, Oregon.


Dawnyelle Awa
Konawaena basketball
The 5-8 junior guard had 18 points and 11 assists in a win over Mid-Pacific as the host Wildcats captured the Konawaena Winter Classic title. Konawaena is now 7-0 in nonconference play.



» Lia Galdeira, Konawaena: 16 points, eight steals as the Wildcats defeated defending state champ Lahainaluna 68-20

» Darren Acoba, Kauai: rushed for 98 yards in a D-II semifinal loss to 'Iolani

» Kalei Auelua, Saint Louis: junior defensive end had three sacks against Leilehua

» Ryan Barsatan, Mililani: had 2 1/2 tackles for loss, forcing two fumbles against Waianae

» Duke Bukoski, Saint Louis: four receptions for 103 yards and a touchdown against Leilehua

» Jostin Carbajal, Lahainaluna: rushed for 106 yards and three touchdowns, and also caught four passes for 55 yards against Kaimuki

» Kalei Contrades, Saint Louis: senior safety had a team-high 11 tackles, including 10 solo, against Leilehua, plus an interception

» Cornelius Fitiausi, Leilehua: eight tackles, including two sacks, against Saint Louis

» Hookena Kamana, Waianae: nine tackles, including seven solo, and two pass deflections as the Seariders upset Mililani in a D-I state semifinal

» Chavez Kauwalu, Waianae: eight tackles, including five solo, against Mililani

» Trent McKinney, Mililani: accounted for 300 passing yards, 71 rushing yards and three touchdowns against Waianae

» Jaylen Mitchell, Waianae: speedy 5-foot-7, 175-pound sophomore rushed for 120 yards and two touchdowns, and added two solo tackles on defense against Mililani

» Fred Padrones, Leilehua: 14 receptions for 145 yards and three touchdowns against Saint Louis

» Juda Parker, Saint Louis: seven tackles, including six solo and two for loss, against Leilehua

» Zachary Payomo, Mililani: rushed for 150 yards and two touchdowns against Waianae

» Na'Alii Robins, Saint Louis: five solo tackles, including two for loss, against Leilehua

» Hassan Richardson, Mililani: five receptions for 103 yards against Waianae

» Kenan Sadanaga, Leilehua: passed for 420 yards (38-for-58) with four touchdowns and three picks against Saint Louis

» Darrien Shealy, Leilehua: nine catches for 142 yards and a touchdown against Saint Louis

» Chester Sua, Kaimuki: rushed for 229 yards and three touchdowns against Lahainaluna

» Starr Sua-Passi, Saint Louis: senior linebacker had four tackles, including two sacks, and an interception against Leilehua

» Joshua Tupua, Saint Louis: three catches for 113 yards against Leilehua

» James Wilson, Waianae: nine tackles, including six solo, against Mililani

» Kaimi Wilson, Mililani: eight tackles against Waianae

» Puletua Wilson, Waianae: rushed for 81 yards, passed for 93 and scored three touchdowns against Mililani



The Top 10 high school football teams as voted on by coaches and media from around the state. First-place votes in parentheses. Ten points for first-place votes, nine for second, eight for third, etc.
Team, Record Last Game next Game PTS. PVS.
1. Saint Louis (21), 10-1 beat Leilehua vs. Waianae, Friday 210 1
2. Waianae, 6-7 beat Mililani vs. Saint Louis, Friday 170 5
3. Mililani, 9-2 lost to Waianae season over 155 2
4. Leilehua, 8-4 lost to Saint Louis season over 147 3
5. 'Iolani, 8-3 beat Kauai vs. Kaimuki, Friday 138 4
6. Kaimuki, 12-1 beat Lahainaluna vs. 'Iolani, Friday 78 8
7. Baldwin, 9-2 season over season over 77 6
8. Punahou, 6-3 season over season over 73 7
9. Kamehameha, 5-5 season over season over 39 9
10. Farrington, 6-4 season over season over 27 10

» Also receiving votes: Lahainaluna 16, Kauai 13, Castle 6, Kailua 2, Kamehameha-Hawaii 2, Kealakehe 2.

» Note: Kahuku (10-0) was disqualified from the OIA playoffs and state tournament due to an ineligible player. Its final win-loss record is pending.


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