Sport Week

Boys

1. Iolani (7-2)

Previous rank: 1
Last week: beat Damien 7-0, beat No. 3 Saint Louis 5-0
This week: vs. Mid-Pacific Wednesday, at Kamehameha Saturday

The Raiders have posted seven straight shutout wins since dropping their first two games of the season.

2. Punahou (8-1)

Previous rank: 2
Last week: beat PAC-5 5-0, beat Mid-Pacific 3-0
This week: at Kamehameha Wednesday, vs. No. 5 Saint Louis Saturday

The Buffanblu are in the driver's seat of the ILH Division I race with 24 championship points.

3. Kalani (9-0-1)

Previous rank: 4
Last week: tied with No. 5 Kaiser 1-1, beat Kaimuki 9-0
This week: idle

Senior defender Keoni Ichiyama had a hat trick in the Falcons' final game of the regular season.

4. Kaiser (9-0-1)

Previous rank: 5
Last week: tied with No. 4 Kalani 1-1, beat Kalaheo 4-0
This week: idle

Senior Bay Nickerson scored the equalizer in the Cougars' tie with the Falcons last Wednesday.

5. Saint Louis (7-2)

Previous rank: 3
Last week: beat Kamehameha 3-1, lost to No. 1 Iolani 5-0
This week: at No. 2 Punahou Saturday

The Crusaders suffered their first loss of 2018 when it was shutout for the first time this season.

6. Kapolei (9-1)

Previous rank: 6
Last week: beat Waipahu 7-0, beat Nanakuli 12-0
This week: idle

Senior forward Sean Yoshida scored five total goals for the Hurricanes last week.

7. Mililani (9-0-1)

Previous rank: 7
Last week: beat Radford 6-0, beat Leilehua 2-0
This week: idle

The Trojans earned the OIA Western Conference's top seed in the Division I playoffs after going through the regular season without a loss.

8. Hawaii Prep (9-0)

Previous rank: 8
Last week: beat Konawaena 1-0
This week: at Honokaa Friday

Junior forward Jake Schneider scored two goals in Ka Makani's Saturday win over the Dragons.

9. KS-Hawaii (9-1)

Previous rank: 10
Last week: beat Konawaena 1-0, beat Keaau 9-0
This week: vs. Hilo Friday

The Warriors have not let up a single goal since a 8-1 win over Makua Lani on Jan. 6.

10. King Kekaulike (5-0-2)

Previous rank: -
Last week: beat Seabury Hall 6-0, beat Baldwin 3-1
This week: vs. Lahainaluna Wednesday (at War Memorial), at KS-Maui Saturday

Na Alii makes their first appearance in the Power Rankings after scoring three unanswered goals against the Bears last Saturday.

Just missed the cut: Pearl City, Waianae.

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Girls

1. Pearl City (10-0)

Previous rank: 1
Last week: beat Leilehua 10-0
This week: vs. Roosevelt/Waipahu Tuesday

The Chargers allowed just five goals during OIA West play and are one win away from clinching a state berth.

2. Kamehameha (10-1-1)

Previous rank: 2
Last week: beat No. 3 Iolani 1-0 (4-2 PK)
This week: vs. Mid-Pacific/PAC-5 Thursday

The Warriors defeated the Raiders in penalty kicks last Thursday to lock up a state tournament berth after a one-year absence.

3. Iolani (9-2-1)

Previous rank: 3
Last week: beat PAC-5 6-0, lost to No. 2 Kamehameha 1-0 (4-2 PK)
This week: vs. No. 4 Punahou Thursday

The defending Division I state champion can clinch the league's second state berth with a Punahou loss and a Kamehameha win Thursday.

4. Punahou (7-2-2)

Previous rank: 4
Last week: beat Mid-Pacific 2-0
This week: at No. 3 Iolani Thursday

The Buffanblu needs a win against the Raiders this week to extend their season.

5. Moanalua (9-0-1)

Previous rank: 5
Last week: tied with Roosevelt 2-2
This week: vs. Campbell/Kalani Tuesday

Na Menehune gave up a season-high two goals in their regular season finale against the Rough Riders.

6. Castle (9-1)

Previous rank: 6
Last week: beat Kalaheo 4-0
This week: vs. No. 9 Mililani/Kahuku Tuesday

Senior forward Ciana Rivera had a hat trick in the Knights' regular season finale against Kalaheo.

7. Aiea (8-2)

Previous rank: 7
Last week: beat Nanakuli (forfeit)
This week: vs. No. 8 Kaiser/Kapolei Tuesday

Na Alii will enjoy a first round bye in the 12-team OIA Division I playoffs this week.

8. Kaiser (8-2)

Previous rank: 8
Last week: beat Kalani 5-1
This week: vs. Kapolei Monday

Junior forward Shaley Mercado notched two goals in the Cougars' last game of the regular season.

9. Mililani (8-2)

Previous rank: 9
Last week: beat Radford 10-0
This week: vs. Kahuku Monday

The Trojans have posted seven shutout wins during OIA West Conference play this season.

10. Hilo (9-1-1)

Previous rank: 10
Last week: beat Waiakea 2-0
This week: vs. Waiakea Tuesday

The Vikings will play its second straight game against Waiakea when it hosts the Warriors in the semifinals of the BIIF Division I playoffs.

Just missed the cut: Hawaii Prep, Kapaa.

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