The Mililani boys volleyball team have been plugging away despite having new faces at key positions, including head coach.
Saint Francis starts four sophomores and two freshmen in their lineup and had a nine-game winning streak to start league play.
Pin attackers Ryan Wilcox, Ethan Siegfried and Kanai Akana give Punahou the personnel to run a 5-1 offense.
Eight-time defending Division II champion Hawaii Baptist has a handful of reserves from a season ago stepping into new positions.
All the running that the Mid-Pacific girls basketball team did in practice culminated into the school's first-ever state title.
A strong effort on the defensive end jumpstarted Hawaii Baptist's big win over the Jr. Bows Friday night.
Maryknoll overcame a strong shooting spree by Kamehameha to come out victorious Friday night.
Defense set the tone in Kahuku's 53-37 win over Kailua Wednesday night.
The Campbell girls basketball team returns a solid core that is looking to improve on last season's 6-4 regular season mark.
The Mililani Trojans made sure their trip to Maui was all business.
Iolani reshuffled the positions of several players from a year ago to great success as the Raiders brought home their first Girls Volleyball state title in 15 years last Saturday.
Kahuku utilized a two back, pro-style offense to great success in its 63-0 playoff win over visiting Leilehua last Friday.
Kalani dual-threat QB Seth Tina-Soberano gave Wapahu's defense gave all it can handle before the Marauders came up with a stop to preserve the victory.
Andrew Valladares made a handful of plays on special teams and kicker Damien Santiago kicked a field goal and was a perfect 7 for 7 on PATs to help Mililani get by the Mules.
The junior Konawaena quarterback and junior Saint Francis safety has been instrumental to their respective team's success.
Five teams in the OIA Division II are still in contention for the playoffs, but only four will get in.