Honolulu, Hawaii 2022-05-22 06:00:58 –
HHSAA unveiled 12 new names at the 2022 Hall of Honor Class on Saturday to make a name for itself in history.
Each year, 12 student athletes from Hawaii are selected for the HHSAA Honor Hall by a panel that reviews applicants based on athletic performance, academic performance, community services, personality breadth, and other important factors.
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The classes for 2022 are:
Irana Agbayani,’Iolani School (Softball)
Aiva ArquetteSt. Louis School (basketball, baseball)
Kaleona HebkoskiCoweye High School (volleyball, soccer)
O’shen CazimeroKohala High School (basketball)
Hikichi ErinMililani High School (wrestling, judo)
Devin KawaiKamehameha Schools-Kapalama (Volleyball)
Jovi Lefotu,’Iolani School (basketball, volleyball)
Grace MonahanUniversity Research Institute (Swimming)
Kariana Salazar-HarrellKonawaena High School (basketball)
Kale Spencer, Kamehameha School-Maui (basketball, volleyball, soccer)
Blaze SumieMoanalua High School (wrestling, judo, soccer)
Teva TuffitiPunahou School (soccer)
Each of the above athletes also has a $ 2000 scholarship to use for post-high school education.
Due to the current nature of Hawaii’s COVID-19, face-to-face banquets will not be held. 3 years in a row..
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