On Saturday, the HHSAA announced 12 names that will be, etched, in history by its Hall of Honor Class of 2022.
Each year, twelve student-athletes hailing from Hawaii get elected to the HHSAA Hall of Honor. The panel reviews applicants on athletic achievements, academic achievement, character, community service, and other crucial factors.
Each of the athletes is awarded a $2000 stipend that can be used to further education after high school.
CLASS of 2022
Ailana Agbayani, ‘Iolani School (softball)
Aiva Arquette, Saint Louis School (basketball, baseball)
Kaleonahe Bukoski, Kauai High School (volleyball, soccer)
O’shen Cazimero, Kohala High School (basketball)
Erin Hikiji, Mililani High School (wrestling, judo)
Devin Kahahawai, Kamehameha Schools-Kapalama (volleyball)
Jovi Lefotu, ‘Iolani School (basketball, volleyball)
Grace Monahan, University Laboratory School (swimming)
Kaliana Salazar-Harrell, Konawaena High School (basketball)
Kale Spencer, Kamehameha Schools-Maui (basketball, volleyball, football
Blaze Sumiye, Moanalua High School (wrestling, judo, football)
Teva Tafiti, Punahou School (football)