Familiar name among Fujimoto Scholarship winners

  • Above: Hawaii Prep’s Jordan Perry is one of four recipients of this year’s Roy Fujimoto/KTA scholarship. Perry competed in soccer, cross country and track & field and has a 4.32 grade-point average; she will attend Santa Clara, where she will major in biological sciences. (Tom Linder/West Hawaii Today, file)

  • Above: O’Shen Cazimero departs Kohala as one of the most accomplished athletes in school history. The Cowboys guard - who has 3.8 grade-point average in the classroom - was a three-time BIIF player of the year in Division II basketball and led Kohala to the school’s first state championship in 2020. (Tom Linder/West Hawaii Today, file)

  • Below: Konawaena’s Kayla Pak was a part of two BIIF championship and two state runner-up teams for the Wildcats. Graduating with a 4.14 grade-point average, Pak plans to attend Pacific University, where she will major in kinesiology. (Tom Linder/West Hawaii Today, file)

  • Below: Waiakea’s Kederang Ueda won BIIF championships in cross country and in the 1500 and 3000-meter runs in track and field as a senior. Ueda graduates with a 4.14 grade-point average and plans to attend Northwestern, where he will major in biomedical engineering. (Tom Linder/West Hawaii Today, file)

The Fujimoto Four includes a four-peat of sorts.