Lani Ah-Mau was a four-sport performer at Napa High School over a four year period. In her freshman and sophomore years as a member of the varsity track team, she ran the 100 meter, the 4×100 relay and high jumped. She played two years of JV volleyball and then moved on to start two years for varsity championship volleyball teams. After one year of JV basketball, Ah-Mau went on to start on three varsity teams, two of which won MEL championships. With that impressive list of accomplishments, Ah-Mau’s most sensational accomplishments at Napa High were on the softball field, where she was the number one pitcher for four consecutive years. Over those four years, Ah-Mau led Napa to two MEL championships and posted an incredible 51-12 record, with an overall earned run average of 0.62. She was All-County three times, All-MEL three times, All-Region twice, Most Valuable Pitcher twice, captain for two years, Most Valuable Player in the Napa Invitational, and Vallejo Times-Herald Player of the Week. In addition to this long list of successes, Ah-Mau played on the Powderpuff football team as a senior, was Napa High’s Homecoming Queen in the 1986-87 school year and was an honor roll student for at least two of her four years at Napa High. Ah-Mau joins Darlene Ah-Mau Kempin as the first pair of sisters to be inducted into the Napa High School Athletic Hall of Fame.