Hawaii Tribune-Herald Sunday, February 26, 2017 3 ATHLETES OF THE WEEK HPA wahine swimmers HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald Feb. 1-7: Picking out just one standout among Hawaii Prep’s Kira Parker, Frida Berglund and Maile Lawson at the BIIF finals is too hard to choose. Braden Kojima • soccer RICK WINTERS/West Hawaii Today Feb. 22-28: A rock in the midfield, the Hawaii Prep junior is as valuable as any player on the field as Ka Makani win their first state championship. Makoa Andres • baseball Congratulations TO THE 22001166 AATTHHLLEETTEE OOFF TTHHEE YYEEAARR AND ALL HAWAI‘I ISLAND ATHLETES! AT SIX LOCATIONS ON HAWAI'I ISLAND: WWW.KTASUPERSTORES.COM Downtown, Hilo (808) 935-3751 Puainako St., Hilo (808) 959-9111 Waimea (808) 885-8866 Waikoloa Village (808) 883-1088 Kailua-Kona (808) 329-1677 Keauhou, Kona (808) 322-2311 FACEBOOK.COM/ KTASUPERSTORESHAWAII @KTASUPERSTORES @KTASUPERSTORES Isaiah Nakoa-Oness • basketball Courtesy photo Jan. 25-31: Playing for Kamehameha’s JV team at Ka‘u, Nakoa-Oness makes a shot from halfcourt during halftime, earning $500 for Ka’u athletics. Manato Fukuda • basketball BRAD BALLESTEROS/Tribune-Herald Feb. 8-14: The St. Joseph junior scores 14 points in the BIIF semifinals and 13 in the finals as the Cardinals escape with their first D-II title since 2010. Ebony Ayers • wrestling RICK WINTERS/West Hawaii Today Feb. 15-21: Some say the Keaau senior pinned her opponent in the 184-pound final at the state wrestling tournament, but Ayers takes silver. TIM WRIGHT/Tribune-Hearld Feb. 29-March 6: The junior right-hander is honored for the second year in a row, throwing a no-hitter against Hilo with eight strikeouts.
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