All-State baseball’s dominant duo: Kamehameha-Hawaii’s Tai Atkins and ‘Iolani’s Micah Yonamine
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RONIT FAHL / SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
Tai Atkins, who has committed to the University of Hawaii, is the first from Kamehameha-Hawaii to be named an All-State player of the year since Kolten Wong in 2008.
DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADERTISER.COM
Position player of the year honors went to ‘Iolani catcher Micah Yonamine, who batted .500 and slugged 11 home runs to power the Raiders.
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