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2018 SPORTS PERSONS OF THE MONTH

The Honolulu Quarterback Club recognizes these Athletes for their outstanding athletic acheivements. Each month the board will vote for the preceding month's female and male athletes.


2018 Male Female
September Honolulu Little League Team
(Baseball)
Elena Oglivie (Volleyball)
August UH Football Team (Football) Sandie Easton (Swimming)
July Mililani (team) Mustang-9 (Baseball) Na Keiki O Ka Moʻi (Women's 50)
(Paddling)
June Earl Galdeira (Football/Official) Anita Rossing (Diving Coach)
May Aaron Rivas (Track & Field) St. Francis Girls (team) (Softball)
April Daniel Chun (Paddling) Charlize Pascual-Tabuyo
(Judo & Wrestling)
March Jeff Meister (AD & Swimming Coach) Hawaii Pacific University (Tennis)
February Wendell Tom (Golf) Dallas Millwood (Softball)
January Makoa Cooper (Wrestling) Kamakana Hernandez (Wrestling)

SEPTEMBER

SEPTEMBER 2018

Honolulu Little League Team

MALE

Male − Honolulu Little League (Team) − Baseball/World Series − winning with humility (Game 1 over Georgia, Game 2 over Michigan, Game 3 over New York, Game 4 over Georgia, Game 5 over South Korea) − after outscoring five opponents 26-3 with four shutouts, then captured the State's Third World title with a 3-0 win over the International champion, South Korea.

SEPTEMBER 2018

Team Bradley

FEMALE

Female − Elena Oglivie − ʻIolani/Junior, Girls Volleyball, Outside Hitter − finished with 16 Kills to lead ʻIolani's three-set comeback victory over Punahou − nationally ranked by both MaxPreps and USA Today, the Raiders moved to 2-0 in the ILH.

AUGUST

AUGUST 2018

UH Football

MALE

Male − UH Rainbow Warriors (Team) − Football − UH's latest Run-and-Shoot QB (Cole McDonald) accounts for Five TD's in Hawaii's first win vs Colorado State since '92 − defying the odds, the Rainbow Warriors entered as 14-point Underdog − in a pre-season poll, they were predicted to finish fifth in the six-team Mountain West Western Division.

AUGUST 2018

Sandie Easton

FEMALE

Female − Sandie Easton − Swimming − 48 year old swimmer won the female division in the North Shore Swim series, including placing in the top 3 elite females in all 5 races. The next oldest female to place in the elite category was 26 yrs old. As of August, Sandie placed as top 3 elite or 1st in age group in 12 consecutive races comprising the Humu Cup award sponsored by Waikiki Swim Club.

JULY

JULY 2018

Travis Grant

MALE

Male − Mililani (team) – Mustang-9 World Series (Baseball) − Jonah Brub pitched a two-hitter with Six strikeouts as Mililani beat Tijuana, Mexico, 10-0 in the Championship game of the P.O.N.Y. Mustang-9 World Series in Walnut, California – Ryeder Takahashi had three Hits, two RBI’S; Deagan Kawahakui added two Hits and three RBI’S for Mililani which finished 4-0 in the Tournament.

JULY 2018

Na Keiki O Ka Moʻi, Women's 50 Paddlers

FEMALE

Female − Na Keiki O Ka Moʻi, Women's 50 Paddlers − held off Manu O Ke Kai during the Na Keiki O Ka Moʻi Regatta at Maili Beach Park.

JUNE

JUNE 2018

Earl Galdeira

MALE

Male −
Earl Galdeira – Football/Official –
will be one of the Eight inaugural inductees to the Hawaii Sports Officials Hall of Fame in September at the Ala Moana Hotel – this Organization is a long overlooked and too often underappreciated contribution to Sports in Hawaii.

JUNE 2018

Anita Rossing

FEMALE

Female −
Anita Rossing – UH Diving, Coach
will be inducted into the 2018 Hawaii Swimming Hall of Fame in September at the Hale Koa Hotel.

MAY

MAY 2018

Aaron Rivas

MALE

Male −
Aaron Rivas – Kaiser, OIA Track & Field –
broke a 41-year-old record at OIA Track & Field championships at Mililani – won the Boys 400-meter run in 48.99 Seconds, edging past the record of 49.2 set by James Smith in 1977 and it was one of two records set at the Meet.

MAY 2018

Saint Francis softball

FEMALE

Female −
St. Francis Girls Softball, State Division II, Coach, Randy Langsi −
took control in the First inning against Kamehameha-Hawaii and captured the Program’s Second State title with a 10-0 victory at Rainbow Wahine Softball stadium – the Saints matched Division I Punahou for the best record in the combined ILH regular season at 9-3.

APRIL

APRIL 2018

Daniel Chun

MALE

Male −
Daniel Chun − OC-1 Paddling −
after 20 miles of trading, it came down to just over a minute: Daniel Chun held off defending Champion Pat Dolan to win the Men’s OC-1 Division of the Scott Hawaii State championship – Chun finished the Long course from Makai Pier to Magic Island in 2 Hours, 6 minutes and 10 seconds, crossing the Finish line 33 seconds ahead of Dolan.

APRIL 2018

Charlize Pascual-Tabuyo

FEMALE

Female −
Charlize Pascual-Tabuyo − Mid-Pacific Sophomore, Judo & Wrestling −
has been a member of Hawaii Tenri Judo Club under Sensei Gregory Chow since age 6 – she has moved up to National and International competitions and now 13 Gold medals in national or international competitions; noteworthy stat: has not lost in Hawaii or nationally since 2013.

MARCH

MARCH 2018

Jeff Meister

MALE

Male −
Jeff Meister −

Punahou, Athletic Director – is one of 12 Individuals who have been selected for the 2018 class of the National High School Hall of Fame – has become one of the top Swimming coaches in the Nation during the past 30 Years (taking over program in 1990) – has led the Boys & Girls teams to 34 Hawaii High School Athletic Association State championships – is the winningest High School Swimming coach in State history.

MARCH

HPU Women's Tennis

FEMALE

Female − HPU Women's Tennis
Rose to No. 1 in the Country in the Oracle/ITA Division II Women's Tennis Rankings – the Sharks are 11-1 this season and earned a rating of 74.44 and the first time in program history that HPU has reached the top of the National rankings.

FEBRUARY

FEBRUARY 2018

Wendell Tom

MALE

Male −
Wendell Tom

Longtime golfer will be inducted into the Golf Hall of Fame – was a State champion at McKinley in 1974 by two shots over Leilehua's Kalua Makalena – was the longest Driver in the State four times.

FEBRUARY

Dallas Millwood

FEMALE

Female −
Dallas Millwood
Kamehameha/Senior, Prep Softball/Pitcher puts together superhero numbers (.528 batting average, 29 RBIs, 22 runs scored, four Home Runs, a .609 on-base percentage and a .981 slugging average).

JANUARY 2018

JANUARY

Makoa Cooper

MALE

Male −
Makoa Cooper

Pearl City/Senior, Wrestling, 152 pounds – State champion in 2017 (152 pounds), is shooting for another State title and is the latest in a family tree of highly success wrestlers.

JANUARY

Kamakana Hernandez-Waialae

FEMALE

Female −
Kamakana Hernandez-Waialae

Waianae, Girls/Wrestling – beat Pearl Ciy’s Wynter Brown 8-3 to win the Girls 138-pound OIA West Division Wrestling title – Waianae Seariders earned the Oahu Interscholastic Association West by piling up 152 points and clearing Second-place Leilehua by nine.

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