Sport Week

Week 12

1. Punahou (6-0)

Previous rank: 1
Last week: idle
This week: vs. No. 3 Saint Louis Friday

The Buffanblu had the week off as the top seed in the ILH's second round and will take on the Crusaders for the second time this year at Aloha Stadium Friday night. Punahou won the first meeting by a score of 55-7 behind quarterback Ephraim Tuliloa's six touchdown down passes, including three to wide receiver Kanawai Noa.

2. Mililani (9-0)

Previous rank: 2
Last week: beat No. 9 Kaiser, 54-14
This week: vs. No. 7 Campbell Thursday

Quarterback McKenzie Milton threw for 288 yards and three touchdowns on 15-of-18 passing and running back Vavae Malepeai ran in three scores in the Trojans' OIA D1 quarterfinal win over the Cougars. The defense delivered five sacks — two from defensive end Kaimana Padello alone — and two interceptions, including safety Tielu Mamea's pick-6.

3. Saint Louis (6-3)

Previous rank: 3
Last week: beat No. 5 Kamehameha, 47-20
This week: vs. No. 1 Punahou Friday

The Crusaders got four total touchdowns from quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and 166 rushing yards from running back Jahred Silofau as they amassed 531 yards of total offense in their win over the Warriors Friday. Defensive back Toa Augafa scored on a 55-yard interception return and the defense held Kamehameha to 79 rushing yards.

4. Farrington (7-1)

Previous rank: 6
Last week: beat No. 10 Waianae, 37-15
This week: vs. No. 5 Kahuku Thursday

Quarterback Montana Liana threw a pair of touchdown passes and the Governors rushed for 263 yards in their OIA D1 quarterfinal win over the Seariders Friday. Challen Faamatau scored twice on the ground and fellow running back Ranan Mamiya averaged 10 yards per rush on his 14 carries and also found the end zone once.

5. Kahuku (7-1)

Previous rank: 4
Last week: beat Kapolei, 9-0
This week: vs. No. 4 Farrington Thursday

The Red Raiders allowed only 67 yards of total offense in their OIA D1 quarterfinal win over the Hurricanes Friday. Defensive back John Ofagengaue intercepted a pair of passes and linebacker Sioele Naupoto recorded a safety on a tackle for loss in the end zone. Kahuku's only touchdown came on a 55-yard run in the first quarter by quarterback Tuli Wily-Matagi.

6. Kamehameha (5-3)

Previous rank: 5
Last week: lost to No. 3 Saint Louis, 47-20
This week: season over

Quarterback Fatu Sua-Godinet threw for 245 yards and a touchdown on 17-of-29 passing and wide receiver Kumoku Noa caught three passes for 123 yards, including a touchdown, in the Warriors' season-ending loss to the Crusaders Friday. Kamehameha's only losses in 2014 were against Punahou and Saint Louis twice.

7. Campbell (7-2)

Previous rank: 8
Last week: beat No. 7 Leilehua, 20-14
This week: vs. No. 2 Mililani Thursday

The Sabers picked up 146 of their 200 yards of total offense via the ground game, including 96 yards on 15 carries from running back Austin May in their OIA D1 quarterfinal win over the Mules Friday. Campbell trailed 14-7 at halftime, but rallied with a 38-yard May touchdown run in the third quarter and a 10-yard touchdown run by Jenesus Tago-Sue in the fourth.

8. Leilehua (6-2)

Previous rank: 7
Last week: lost to No. 8 Campbell, 20-14
This week: season over

The Mules generated just 160 offensive yards, including a meager 25 yards rushing, in their season-ending loss to the Sabers Friday on their home turf at Hugh Yoshida Stadium. Running back/wide receiver Toma Savea scored the only offensive points on a 4-yard run and linebacker Devin Gray had a 48-yard pick-6 for Leilehua.

9. Waianae (5-4)

Previous rank: 10
Last week: lost to No. 6 Farrington, 37-15
This week: season over

Running back John Barbieto rushed for 113 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries and caught three passes for 74 yards in the Seariders' season-ending loss to the Governors Friday. Defensive end/tight end Nayton Kuresa recorded a team-high eight tackles with a sack and scored on a 1-yard run. The defense allowed 394 yards and five touchdowns by Farrington.

10. Kaiser (5-4)

Previous rank: 9
Last week: lost to No. 2 Mililani, 54-14
This week: season over

Running back Jensen McDaniel scored both of the Cougars' touchdowns in their season-ending loss to the Trojans Friday, but averaged only 1.3 yards per carry and finished with a season-low 23 yards on 18 carries. Quarterback Kalawaia Judd completed just 10 of his 23 pass attempts for 85 yards and was intercepted twice.



Just missed the cut: Kapolei, Maui.