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Boys Soccer: Honokaa takes Div. II state championship

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Editor

Honokaa overpowered Kapaa for the Division II boys soccer state championship Saturday evening on Oahu.

Also, Dylan Shiraki was selected the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player. He was joined on the all-tournament team by four other Honokaa players and two from HPA.

Two first-half goals within a couple minutes and a second brace in the final minutes were enough to secure the Division II state title for Honokaa.

No. 1 seed Honokaa earned the school’s first boys soccer title with a convincing 4-1 win against No. 2 Kapaa.

In earlier Division II action, St. Anthony topped HPA, 2-1, in the match for third place overall. And Konawaena was blanked 1-0 by Mid-Pacific but still comes home with sixth place overall.

Division II All-Tournament Team (Selected by tournament staff)

F – Matt Domingcil, Kapaa
F – Chris Maeda, St. Anthony
F – Josh Robinson, Honokaa
MF – Landy Eng, HPA
MF – Malachi Kobayashi, HPA
MF – Calvin Rux, Kapaa
MF – Dylan Shiraki, Honokaa
D – Robert Connors, Honokaa
D – Tony Connors, Honokaa
D – Bryce Mizoguchi, St. Anthony
GK – Maikai Coelho, Honokaa

Most Outstanding Player:
Dylan Shiraki of Honokaa

The Division I title game pit unseeded teams from Punahou and Kaiser. Punahou ruled the day, blanking Kaiser 5-0.

Big Island final results in Division I:

* Hilo and Mililani share fifth place overall after a 1-1 tie.

* Waiakea earns eighth place overall after a 3-0 loss to Roosevelt.

Division I All-Tournament Team (Selected by tournament staff)

F – Mountan Mitchell, Punahou
F – Rowen White, Kapolei
MF – Scott Granger, Punahou
MF – Jason Khamvongsa, Kaiser
MF – Brad Pena, Roosevelt
MF – Joshua Perry-Kruse, Kaiser
D – Kaimi Fairbairn, Punahou
D – Kalei Gallarde, Kapolei
D – Brayden Prothero, Kamehameha
D – Chandler Teruya, Punahou
GK – Charlie Yamamoto, Punahou

Most Outstanding Player
Mountan Mitchell, Punahou

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