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Kainoa Obrey

Assistant Director and Head Coach of Technical Development


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512 Iolani Avenue #504

Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

United States

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Iolani School

Girls Volleyball Head Coach


Boys Volleyball Coach

Mid-Pacific Institute


Brigham Young University

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> Kainoa Obrey named 'Iolani girls volleyball head coach

Kainoa Obrey named 'Iolani girls volleyball head coach
ScoringLive staff 'Iolani School 1999 graduate Kainoa Obrey was named as the head of the 'Iolani School girls varsity volleyball program, according to a press release issued by the school.
He replaces Jenic Tumaneng who stepped down.
Obrey has been the assistant director and head coach of technical development for the Ku'ikahi Volleyball Club since 2005. He was also the boys volleyball coach at Mid-Pacific Institute from 2007 to 2010. In 2008, he was named ILH Volleyball co-Coach of the Year. He has also coached at Hawaii Baptist Academy and Hawaii Pacific University.
Obrey is a graduate of Brigham Young University and also played professional baseball for the St. Louis Cardinals.

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> Kainoa Obrey named 'Iolani girls volleyball head coach

"She's been doing real well ... [cached]

"She's been doing real well for us," Iolani coach Kainoa Obrey said of Kaahaaina-Torres.

"Her IQ at the position over the last two weeks has really improved," said Obrey.
They're showing each other the way, which is helpful," said Obrey.
Kaahaaina-Torres is also a weapon from the service line, averaging an ace a contest through six games.
"She's been a lot more consistent in that area, just the whole fundamental of the serve," said Obrey.
Obrey added that Kaahaaina-Torres had worked hard with the goal of playing volleyball collegiately to become the player that she is today. The Iolani junior has already given a verbal commitment to play for the University of Missouri.
"She always wants to stay back and get some extra work on her hitting," said Obrey. "You can kind of sense it from the beginning that she wants to play in college. She trains hard with her dad to get in shape and be conditioned."
Her passion for volleyball is evident in how she approaches the game.
"She just goes after each opportunity she has and with each touch," said Obrey.

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"I wouldn't say I was surprised - because I got to see it the whole year - but just looking back on it and realizing she's a freshman and she was able to perform the way she did, especially in the state tournament, is pretty special," Raiders coach Kainoa Obrey said of Oglivie.

"She just kind of kept going about it like it was any other match, which was pretty impressive, but there wasn't a moment where she felt overwhelmed, so that was definitely nice to see out of her," Obrey said.
"You don't quite see many hitters at the high school level period that have the range of attacks that she does and to not only be able to hit it to different areas of the court, but also hit it at different speeds and then also hit a variety of sets well is pretty astonishing," Obrey said.
Obrey added that Oglivie's all-around athleticism and ability makes it difficult for him to take her off the court.
"It's one of those things where most hitters can do this one thing so we'll have her do that one thing, but Elena can hit from the front row and she can hit it from the back row," Obrey said.
Despite her offensive talents, Obrey said Oglivie's defense has been a steadying factor for the Raiders all season.
"Some teams tried to serve her often, but her ball handling was outstanding," Obrey said.
"It definitely helped Elena to have her sister on the team and I think it even helps just as much, if not more, to have Saige on the team, not just for their relationship, but because Elena doesn't have to do the whole load on her own," Obrey said.
Obrey said there were no shortage of highlights from Oglivie this season.
"We're wowed every day by her," Obrey said. "Every day in practices and matches she does something and the coaches look at each other like, 'Did she just do that?' We get our coaches to jump in and a play a little bit and she's blowing them up where they're having a tough time trying to dig her and you just don't see that in many seniors, let alone good players and obviously she's a freshman, so I hope I keep getting wowed every day."
As far as Oglivie's ceiling? Obrey says the sky is the limit.
"There's always the classic cliche of 'However good she wants to be,' but Elena really works hard and understands where she wants to go with the game as a volleyball player," Obrey said.

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