Campbell Quarterback Is OIA Offensive Player Of The Year
Campbell quarterback Isaac Hurd has been named OIA Red Conference Co-Offensive Player of the Year.
A senior, Hurd was one of the catalysts for a Saber offense that averaged 26 points per game en route to a 9-4 season (4-2 in the Red West), which included a berth in the Division I state tournament. Hurd shared Player of the Year honors with Mililani back Vavae Malepeai, threw for 2,607 yards and 23 touch-downs and also ran for another 521 yards on the ground to go with 15 rushing touchdowns.
He was joined on the Red West’s First Team by teammate Adam Amosa, who helped anchor the Campbell offensive line. The Sabers also boasted a pair of Second Team offensive picks in wide receiver Kainoa Perry and offensive lineman James Copeland.
Defensive lineman Toese Tia and defensive back Solomon Matautia both made the First Team from Campbell, while linebacker Unity Kea Cambra and defensive back Abriel Taito earned Second Team honors. Campbell’s Amosa Amosa shared Coach of the Year honors with Rod York of Mililani.
Kapolei, which finished the season 6-4 overall (3-3 in the Red West) placed a pair of players on the Red West’s First Team in running back Triston Pebria and lineman Micah Kapoi. Pebria, who transferred from Campbell in the off-season, was the Hurricanes’ leading rusher with 822 yards on the ground to go with 13 touchdowns. Kapoi is one of the top college prospects in the class of 2014, having committed to the University of Hawaii prior to the season. The Hurricanes also had a pair named to the Second Team Defense in lineman Kingston Fernandez and linebacker Micah Paris.
Aiea’s Jae Won Huh was a Red West First Team All-Star as a utility player, while Na Ali’i teammates Kolby Castillo and Shaenan Fonoti Hernandez were Second Team selections at lineman and wide receiver, respectively. Aiea also had a First Team Defensive selection in Elijah Tausaga as a utility player. Defensive lineman Ben Taliulu made the Second Team.
Waipahu linebacker Jonathan Nagaseu was a Second Team All-Defensive selection.
In Division II, lineman Jordan Fuamatu was chosen as a First Team All-Star from Pearl City, which finished 7-5 overall (6-2 in the White) en route to becoming the OIA White runner-up to Kaiser. Running back Reno Abero and wide receiver Timothy Rivera made the Second Team on the offensive side. The Chargers’ Robin Kami was selected as White’s Coach of the Year. Pearl City line-backer Blake Cooper was Defensive Player of the Year, joined on the First Team by teammates Alapati Scanlan (lineman) and Kristian Vaana-Kikuyama (defensive back). Defensive back Cody Crail earned Second Team honors.