Sport Week

Boys

1. Iolani (5-2)

Previous rank: 9
Last week: beat PAC-5 4-0, beat No. 1 Punahou 3-0
This week: vs. Damien Wednesday (at Kapiolani Park), vs. No. 3 Saint Louis Saturday

The Raiders have not let up any scores after dropping their first two games of the regular season.

2. Punahou (6-1)

Previous rank: 1
Last week: lost to No. 9 Iolani 3-0
This week: vs. PAC-5 (at Kapiolani Park), vs. Mid-Pacific Saturday

The Buffanblu suffered their first set back of the season when against the Raiders last Thursday.

3. Saint Louis (6-1)

Previous rank: 2
Last week: beat Mid-Pacific 2-1, beat Damien 4-0
This week: vs. Kamehameha Wednesday, at No. 1 Iolani Saturday

The Crusaders have won three straight games since the start of the new calendar year.

4. Kalani (8-0)

Previous rank: 3
Last week: beat Moanalua 5-0, bet Farrington 9-0
This week: at No. 5 Kaiser Wednesday, vs. Kaimuki Saturday

The Falcons put out their highest scoring output of the season in their blowout win over the Governors.

5. Kaiser (8-0)

Previous rank: 4
Last week: beat Farrington 8-0, beat Roosevelt 7-0
This week: vs. No. 4 Kalani Wednesday, vs. Kalaheo Saturday

The Cougars are one of two teams in the OIA that have not let up a single goal this season.

6. Kapolei (7-1)

Previous rank: 6
Last week: beat Waianae 2-0, beat No. 8 Pearl City 4-0
This week: at Waipahu Tuesday, vs. Nanakuli Friday

Thomas Mascaro-Keahi and Sean Yoshida each scored twice in the Hurricanes' win over the Chargers.

7. Mililani (7-0-1)

Previous rank: 5
Last week: beat Aiea 9-0
This week: at Radford Tuesday, vs. Leilehua Friday

Ayden Lawes had a hat trick in the Trojans' blowout win over Na Alii last Friday.

8. Hawaii Prep (8-0)

Previous rank: 7
Last week: beat Makua Lani 6-0, beat Waiakea 4-0
This week: vs. Kealakehe Saturday

Ka Makani posted a pair of shutout wins to remain atop the BIIF Division I standings.

9. Pearl City (5-1)

Previous rank: 8
Last week: beat Aiea 12-0, lost to No. 6 Kapolei 4-0
This week: at Leilehua Tuesday, vs. Waianae Friday

The Chargers exploded for a season-high 12 goals in their win over Na Alii last Tuesday.

10. KS-Hawaii (7-1)

Previous rank: 10
Last week: beat Honokaa 8-0
This week: at Konawaena Wednesday, at Keaau Saturday

Sophomore Buddy Betts notched a hat trick in the Warriors' blowout win over the Dragons.

Just missed the cut: Baldwin, Waianae.

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Girls

1. Pearl City (9-0)

Previous rank: 1
Last week: beat No. 8 Aiea 2-0, beat Kapolei 6-1
This week: vs. Leilehua Tuesday

Senior Daelenn Tokunaga had a hat trick in the Chargers' Friday win over the Hurricanes.

2. Kamehameha (9-1-1)

Previous rank: 2
Last week: beat Mid-Pacific 1-0, beat PAC-5 7-0
This week: idle

The Warriors will clinch a state berth and the league's first round title if PAC-5 beats or ties with Iolani on Tuesday.

3. Iolani (8-1-1)

Previous rank: 3
Last week: beat No. 4 Punahou 3-2, beat Mid-Pacific 2-0
This week: vs. PAC-5 Tuesday

The Raiders can force a playoff for the league's first round title on Saturday with a win over the Wolfpack this week.

4. Punahou (6-2-2)

Previous rank: 4
Last week: lost No. 3 Iolani 3-2
This week: vs. Mid-Pacific Tuesday

The Buffanblu will be the third seed in the league's Division I single-elimination tournament, which begins next week.

5. Moanalua (9-0)

Previous rank: 5
Last week: beat Kalani 3-1, beat Kahuku 12-0
This week: at Kalani Wednesday, vs. Kahuku Saturday

Na Menehune unveiled their newly renovated stadium in style with a season-high scoring performance against the Red Raiders.

6. Castle (8-1)

Previous rank: 7
Last week: beat McKinley 13-0, beat Kailua 1-0
This week: vs. Kalaheo Tuesday

The Knights will enjoy a first round bye in the upcoming OIA Division I playoffs, which begins next Monday.

7. Aiea (7-2)

Previous rank: 8
Last week: lost to No. 1 Pearl City 2-0, beat No. 6 Mililani 1-0
This week: vs. Nanakuli Tuesday

Junior Sydney Boyd scored the lone goal in Na Alii's first win over the Trojans in four years.

8. Kaiser (7-2)

Previous rank: 9
Last week: beat Farrington 13-0, beat Roosevelt 5-0
This week: at Kalani Wednesday

Senior forward Kaile Halvorsen leads the state in scoring with 23 goals on the season.

9. Mililani (7-2)

Previous rank: 6
Last week: lost to No. 8 Aiea 1-0
This week: vs. Radford Tuesday

The Trojans were shutout for the first time this season when they lost to Aiea last Friday.

10. Hilo (8-1-1)

Previous rank: 10
Last week: beat Kealakehe 1-0
This week: vs. Waiakea Saturday

The Vikings wrap up the regular season when they host the Warriors this weekend.

Just missed the cut: Hawaii Prep.

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