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Week 5

1. Punahou (1-0)

Previous rank: 1
Last week: beat No. 5 Saint Louis, 55-7
This week: vs. Damien Friday

QB Ephraim Tuliloa threw for 428 yards and six touchdowns, including three to WR Kanawai Noa, who finished with seven receptions for 243 yards in the Buffanblu's rout of the Crusaders.The defense was in midseason form, limiting Saint Louis to just 189 yards of total offense.

2. Mililani (4-0)

Previous rank: 2
Last week: beat No. 9 Kapolei, 41-14
This week: idle

RB Vavae Malepeai ran for 149 yards with two touchdowns and QB McKenzie Milton continued his hot ways with 296 passing yards and three touchdowns through the air to go with 113 rushing yards and another score against the Hurricanes.

3. Kahuku (3-0)

Previous rank: 3
Last week: beat McKinley, 41-7
This week: idle

RB Kesi Ah Hoy had just nine carries against the Tigers Friday, but ran wild for 115 yards and three touchdowns to go with QB Tuli Wily Matagi's two passing touchdowns in the easy victory. Alohi Gilman scored on a 45-yard punt return for his second special teams' touchdown in as many weeks.

4. Kamehameha (1-0)

Previous rank: 4
Last week: beat Del Oro (Calif.), 25-17
This week: vs. Saint Francis Friday

The Warriors rallied past the reigning CIF Division I state runners-up with two touchdowns within six seconds of each other in the game's final five minutes. QB Fatu Sua-Godinet threw a touchdown pass and ran in another score, but reportedly suffered a broken jaw in the win.

5. Farrington (3-0)

Previous rank: 6
Last week: beat Moanalua, 47-27
This week: vs. Aiea Saturday

RB Ranan Mamiya scored on runs of 20, 25 and 16 yards and RB Challen Faamatau added 126 rushing yards and another score to lead the Govs past the Na Menehune Friday. DL Seufagafaga Luafatasaga registered two of his team's four sacks and recovered a pair of fumbles.

6. Campbell (2-0)

Previous rank: 7
Last week: idle
This week: vs. Kailua Friday

The Sabers enjoyed their bye week over the weekend, but return to the field against the Surfriders this week. RB Terell Johnson (29 rushes, 280 yards, 3 TDs) is averaging a hefty 9.7 yards per carry and leads the team in scoring through its first two contests.

7. Leilehua (3-0)

Previous rank: 8
Last week: beat No. 10 Waianae, 46-27
This week: vs. Castle Friday

RB Randy Neverson scored on a 21-yard run, caught a 17-yard touchdown pass and threw a 36-yard scoring strike to pace the Mules past the Seariders Friday. The defense got four first-half takeaways, which the offense converted into 21 points in the win.

8. Saint Louis (0-3)

Previous rank: 5
Last week: lost to No. 1 Punahou, 55-7
This week: vs. Pac-Five Friday

The Crusaders are 0-3 for the first time since 1944 after dropping their ILH regular-season opener to the Buffanblu at Aloha Stadium Friday night. In the loss, Saint Louis allowed 637 yards of total offense, including 201 rushing yards. QB Tua Tagovailoa was 15-of-33 passing for 130 yards and a touchdown.

9. Kapolei (0-3)

Previous rank: 9
Last week: lost to No. 2 Mililani, 41-14
This week: at Moanalua Friday

Despite getting four takeaways from its defense Saturday night, the Hurricanes were unable to muster more than 134 yards of total offense, including a meager 17 rushing yards, against the Trojans. LB Ronald Matautia notched a game-high nine tackles, including one sack, and recovered a pair of fumbles.

10. Maui (3-0)

Previous rank: -
Last week: beat Baldwin, 20-17
This week: idle

After losing the last 26 meetings against their cross-town rival, the Sabers rallied in the fourth quarter to upend the 13-time league champion Bears Friday night. RBs Daniel Kelley and Onosai Emelio each rushed for a touchdown and the defense recorded two interceptions in the win.

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Just missed the cut: Hilo, Moanalua, Baldwin.