Maui defeated Baldwin 29-20 at War Memorial Stadium on Friday night to capture the MIL Division I championship.
The teams had split two previous games this season. The Sabers (5-5) won in the first round and the Bears (3-7) triumphed in the second round, leading to Friday’s title game.
The Sabers also wrapped up the state’s final state berth. They play No. 9 Hilo at Keaau on Friday in the Division I semifinals.
No. 5 Campbell took hold of the only other state berth still available going into Friday. The Sabers from Ewa Beach defeated Farrington 42-26 in the OIA Open third-place game at Aloha Stadium and move on to play Mililani on Nov. 17 in the state Open semifinals.
The full state tournament schedule follows.
Also below is a list of Hawaii teams with a state berth and all Hawaii teams eliminated from the postseason as well as the latest BIIF, MIL and KIF standings.
FRIDAY, NOV. 9
>> State Division I semifinal, Maui at No. 9 Hilo, 7 p.m.
>> State Division I semifinal, No. 7 ‘Iolani at No. 10 Waipahu, 7:30 p.m.
SATURDAY, NOV. 10
>> State Division II quarterfinal, Pac-Five at Roosevelt, 6:30 p.m.
>> State Division II quarterfinal, Kaimuki at Kamehameha-Hawaii, 7 p.m.
FRIDAY, NOV. 16
>> State Open Division semifinal, Campbell vs. Mililani, at Aloha Stadium, 5 p.m.
>> State Open Division semifinal, Kahuku vs. Saint Louis, at Aloha Stadium, 7:45 p.m.
SATURDAY, NOV. 17
>> State Division II semifinal, Kaimuki/Kamehameha-Hawaii winner vs. Kapaa, at Vidinha Stadium, 2 p.m.
>> State Division II semifinal, Pac-Five/Roosevelt winner at Lahainaluna, 4:30 p.m.
SATURDAY, NOV. 24
>> State Open Division championship game, at Aloha Stadium, 7:30 p.m.
>> State Division I championship game, at Aloha Stadium, 4:30 p.m.
>> State Division II championship game, at Aloha Stadium, 1:30 p.m.
>> ILH Open champion: Saint Louis (9-0)
>> OIA Open champion: Mililani (9-2)
>> OIA Open runner-up: Kahuku (7-4)
>> OIA Open third place: Campbell (8-4)
Division I berths
>> BIIF D-I champion: Hilo (8-1)
>> ILH D-I representative: ‘Iolani (8-2)
>> MIL D-I champion: Maui (5-5)
>> OIA champion: Waipahu (8-4)
Division II berths
>> BIIF D-II champion: Kamehameha-Hawaii (6-2)
>> ILH D-II representative: Pac-Five (4-4)*
>> KIF champion: Kapaa (6-2)
>> MIL D-II champion: Lahainaluna (9-0)
>> OIA D-II champion: Roosevelt (10-2)
>> OIA Division II runner-up: Kaimuki (8-3)
Teams eliminated from postseason
>> Punahou (7-3)
>> Kamehameha (4-6)
>> Kapolei (3-7)
>> Farrington (2-10)
>> Waianae (1-8)
>> Kealakehe (6-4)
>> Waiakea (3-4)
>> Keaau (2-5)
>> Damien (5-4)
>> Baldwin (3-7)
>> Moanalua (8-1)
>> Leilehua (8-3)
>> Castle (5-7)
>> Aiea (2-6-1)
>> Radford (2-8)
>> Kailua (2-8)
>> Nanakuli (0-10)
>> Konawaena (5-4)
>> Hawaii Prep (1-7)
>> St. Francis (1-8)*
>> Kauai (6-2)
>> Waimea (1-7)
>> Kamehameha-Maui (5-3)
>> King Kekaulike (0-9)
>> Pearl City (6-6)
>> Kaiser (4-4-1)
>> Kalaheo (3-7)
>> Kalani (2-8)
>> McKinley (3-6)
>> Waialua (0-9)
*-On the field, St. Francis finished 8-0 in ILH Division II, but forfeited eight wins due to an ineligible player. Pac-Five took over the state berth after going 3-5 and finishing 4-4 after the forfeit win over St. Francis. Updated: Nov. 16
|d - co-champions|
|x-clinched first-round title|
|y-clinched second-round title|
|c-clinched playoff spot|
|r-clinched regular-season title|
|z-clinched overall title|