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Week 7

1. Punahou (3-0)

Previous rank: 1
Last week: beat Saint Francis, 56-0
This week: idle

Running back Wayne Taulapapa went off Saturday, rushing for 153 yards and three touchdowns on just six carries, in the rout of the Saints. The defense also got into the scoring action with a pair of third-quarter safeties and interception returns for touchdowns by both Saitui Moeai and Seyddrick Lakalaka.

2. Mililani (5-0)

Previous rank: 2
Last week: beat Aiea, 56-14
This week: at No. 6 Campbell Friday

Quarterback McKenzie Milton factored into five touchdowns and accounted for 371 yards of total offense against Na Alii. He threw three touchdown passes and rushed for two other scores. Wide receiver Kalakaua Timoteo caught four passes for 165 yards, including a 53-yard touchdown.

3. Kahuku (4-0)

Previous rank: 3
Last week: beat Castle, 56-19
This week: at Kaiser Friday

The Red Raiders rushed for 234 yards and five touchdowns against the Knights, led by Salanoa-Alo Wily's 118-yard performance on just five carries. Wily also had a team-high five tackles, including one sack and forced a fumble in the win. Kesi Ah Hoy also ran in two touchdowns to bring his season total to seven.

4. Kamehameha (3-0)

Previous rank: 4
Last week: beat Damien, 33-9
This week: vs. No. 8 Saint Louis Saturday

Running back Jordan Bayudan rushed for three touchdowns and quarterback Fatu Sua-Godinet threw for 188 yards and another score in the win over the Monarchs. Linebacker Tainoa Foster made a team-high five tackles to lead the defense, which held Damien to just 104 yards of total offense.

5. Farrington (5-0)

Previous rank: 5
Last week: beat Kailua, 38-7
This week: idle

Quarterback Montana Liana threw for 213 yards and two touchdown passes on 15-of-22 passing against the Surfriders. Defensive lineman Seufagafaga Luafatasaga scored Farrington's first points of the game on his 64-yard fumble return in the first quarter — his third defensive touchdown of the season.

6. Campbell (4-0)

Previous rank: 6
Last week: beat No. 9 Kapolei, 14-13
This week: vs. No. 2 Mililani Friday

Wide receiver Jayce Bantolina caught nine passes for 164 yards — all but one of his grabs came after halftime — and factored into both Sabers' touchdowns against the Hurricanes. Defensive back Dominic Pantastico made a game-high nine stops and three others intercepted a pass in the win.

7. Leilehua (5-0)

Previous rank: 7
Last week: beat Waipahu, 45-0
This week: idle

The Mules posted 345 passing yards and got five touchdown passes from quarterback Kalanimoku Pauole against the Marauders. He had a pair of receivers go over 100 yards in Lauriano Lucas, who caught three passes for 148 yards and two touchdowns, and Tyreek Keough, who hauled in four passes for 103 yards and three scores.

8. Saint Louis (2-3)

Previous rank: 8
Last week: beat Iolani, 55-20
This week: vs. No. 4 Kamehameha Saturday

The Crusaders' passing game was simply masterful against the Raiders. Quarterbacks Tua Tagovailoa (352 passing yards, 5 touchdowns) and Ryder Kuhns (91 passing yards) combined to complete 25 of their 26 passes without an interception. Wide receiver Cash Searle caught two touchdown passes in the win.

9. Kapolei (1-4)

Previous rank: 9
Last week: lost to No. 6 Campbell, 14-13
This week: vs. Kailua Friday

Quarterback Alton "Panaewa" Julius had 210 passing yards against the Sabers, but was intercepted three times in the loss. Linebacker Ronald Matautia recorded a team-high eight tackles and defensive backs Bryson Hughes, Tristan Centeio and Malik Smith each intercepted a pass.

10. Waianae (2-2)

Previous rank: -
Last week: idle
This week: vs. Castle Friday

The Seariders have yet to win consecutive games, but are coming off a 42-7 win over McKinley on Sept. 5. John Barbieto (206 rushing yards, 3 touchdowns) and Jurick Valdez (108 rushing yards, 4 TDs) lead a rushing attack that averages 122.8 yards per game.

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