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Week 13

1. Punahou (7-0)

Previous rank: 1
Last week: beat No. 3 Saint Louis, 35-28
This week: idle

Wide receiver Kanawai Noa caught a season-high 13 passes for 194 yards and the eventually game-winning 52-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Ephraim Tuliloa with six minutes and 28 seconds left in the Buffanblu's ILH-clinching win over the Crusaders Friday. Tuliloa completed 32 of his 49 pass attempts for 349 yards with three touchdowns and one interception and running back Wayne Taulapapa carried 24 times for 182 yards and two scores.

2. Mililani (10-0)

Previous rank: 2
Last week: beat No. 7 Campbell, 47-15
This week: vs. No. 4 Kahuku Friday

Quarterback McKenzie Milton threw for 263 yards and four touchdowns on 22-of-29 passing and ran for 76 yards and a second-half touchdown against the Sabers Thursday. Running back Vavae Malepeai rushed for 161 yards and two touchdowns on 23 carries and wide receiver Kalakaua Timoteo caught seven passes for 102 yards with two touchdowns. The reigning league-champion Trojans advanced to their third consecutive OIA title game.

3. Saint Louis (6-4)

Previous rank: 3
Last week: lost to No. 1 Punahou, 35-28
This week: season over

Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa completed 24 of 39 passes for 334 yards with three touchdowns and ran in another score in the Crusaders' season-ending loss to the Buffanblu Friday. Wide receiver Drew Kobayashi caught seven passes for 138 yards — both season-high marks — and a first-quarter touchdown. Tagovailoa finished his sophomore season with 2,583 passing yards and a team-leading 567 rushing yards and 41 touchdowns (33 passing, 8 rushing) and just 3 interceptions.

4. Kahuku (8-1)

Previous rank: 5
Last week: beat No. 4 Farrington, 21-14
This week: vs. No. 2 Mililani Friday

Quarterback Tuli Wily-Matagi passed for 205 yards and two touchdowns despite completing just 5 of his 17 pass attempts against the Governors Thursday. Utility players Alohi Gilman and Keala Santiago each caught a touchdown pass and running back Kesi Ah Hoy scored the go-ahead touchdown with 10 seconds left on a 4-yard run. Linebacker Manaia Atuaia made a game-high eight tackles and safety Soli Afalava added seven stops. Both Atuaia and Afalava had a sack.

5. Kamehameha (5-3)

Previous rank: 6
Last week: --
This week: season over

The Warriors' three losses this season came against Saint Louis twice (46-38 and 47-20) and Punahou once (47-7). In his second season as the starter, quarterback Fatu Sua-Godinet passed for 1,468 yards and 11 touchdowns against 8 interceptions. He completed 100 of 187 pass attempts (53.5 completion percentage) and also led his team in rushing with 560 yards and 7 touchdowns. Sua-Godinet averaged 183.5 passing yards and 70 rushing yards per game.

6. Farrington (7-2)

Previous rank: 4
Last week: lost to No. 5 Kahuku, 21-14
This week: vs. No. 7 Campbell Saturday

Placekicker Kekoa Sasaoka made field goals of 27 and 20 yards and running back Challen Faamatau scored on an 11-yard fourth-quarter touchdown run against the Red Raiders Friday. Running back Ranan Mamiya carried 19 times for 72 yards and quarterback Montana Liana threw for 102 yards on 11-of-17 passing. Defensive end Seufagafaga Luafatasaga tied linebacker Bryce Tatupu-Leopoldo for a team-high four tackles and recovered a fumble.

7. Campbell (7-3)

Previous rank: 7
Last week: lost to No. 2 Mililani, 47-15
This week: vs. No. 6 Farrington Saturday

Running back Terell Johnson rushed for 115 yards on just eight carries and scored on an 82-yard second-quarter run against the Trojans Thursday. The Sabers also got 52 yards on 11 rushes by Austin May and averaged 7.5 yards per carry, but generated just 54 yards through the air on a combined 5-of-12 passing by two quarterbacks. The Sabers will play the Governors in the OIA third-place game 6 p.m. Saturday at Mililani's John Kauinana Stadium.

8. Leilehua (6-2)

Previous rank: 8
Last week: --
This week: season over

The Mules were eliminated in the quarterfinal round of the OIA D1 tournament two weeks ago at the hands of Campbell. They won their first five games to open the season, but lost two of their final three games to miss out on the state tournament. Quarterback Kalanimoku Pauole finished 2014 with 1,870 pass yards and 26 touchdowns with 8 interceptions. He completed 61.8 percent (131 of 212) of his pass attempts and posted a 168.8 passer rating.

9. Waianae (5-4)

Previous rank: 9
Last week: --
This week: season over

The Seariders turned in their pads two weeks ago following an OIA quarterfinal loss to Farrington. They lost two of their first three games of 2014 before winning three straight contests, but ended the season by dropping two of their final three. John Barbieto rushed for 601 yards on 112 carries — both team-high marks — with six touchdowns and fellow running back Jurick Valdez scored a team-high 52 points, including seven rushing touchdowns on the year.

10. Kaiser (5-4)

Previous rank: 10
Last week: --
This week: season over

After winning both the OIA and state Division II titles in 2013, the Cougars made the jump to D1 this year and had a respectable showing. They finished fourth in the Red Division and made a run to the quarterfinals of the league tournament before falling to reigning champion Mililani two weeks ago. Running back Jensen McDaniel, who rushed for 1,152 yards and 21 touchdowns on 187 carries (6.2 yards per rush) will return for his senior season in 2015.

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