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Three KS student-athletes named to HHSAA Hall of Honor

June 5, 2023

In a ceremony held June 4 at the Ala Moana Hotel, KS student-athletes Marley Roe KSK’23, Tatum Moku KSK’23 and Elijah Dinkel KSH’23 were honored for their athletic excellence after being inducted into the Enterprise Holdings/Hawaiʻi High School Athletics Association Hall of Honor. These KS haumāna made up an impressive one-quarter of this year’s 12 inductees.

Marley Roe has been a fixture on the Kapālama soccer field and volleyball court. During her freshman year, she was a goalkeeper when the Warriors won the Division I state soccer title. She was back as a goalie her junior year when the Warriors again claimed the state title. She also helped KS Kapālama win the Division I state volleyball championship that same year.

KS Kapālama standout Tatum Moku broke the state pole vault record in her junior year on her way to earning state titles in three events (pole vault, 100-meter hurdles and 300-meter hurdles). Not to be outdone, Moku earned four state titles out of five events her senior year. She competed in pole vault, long jump, 100-meter hurdles and 300-meter hurdles.

Recent KS Hawaiʻi grad Elijah Dinkel was a three-sport standout (soccer, football, track and field). As a midfielder, he helped the Warriors earn back-to-back Division II state soccer titles. He also made a big impact on the football field as a kicker. He made 13 field goals his senior year and tallied 43 touchbacks. In an interview with the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, Dinkel said: “I am very grateful for the experience of being a student-athlete at Kamehameha Schools-Hawaiʻi.”

As part of being inducted into the Hall of Honor, each haumāna received a $2,000 college scholarship.


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