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Hawaii Prep World Pound-For-Pound Rankings

Updated: Nov. 30

1. Kysen Terukina, Kamehameha junior
2018 state champion (120), 2017 state champion (113)
2016 Officials champion (113)
2018 ILH champion (120), 2017 ILH champion (113)

2. Elijah Asuncion, Moanalua junior
2018 state champion (113), 2017 state fourth (113)
2018 OIA champ (113)

3. Coby Ravida, Baldwin
2018 state champion (106), 2017 state fifth (106)
2018 MIL champ (106), 2017 MIL champ (106)

4. Branden Pagurayan, Kapolei sophomore
2018 state champion (152)
2018 OIA champion (152)
2018 OIA West champ (152)

5. Noah Wusstig, Moanalua senior
2018 state champion (138)
2018 OIA champion (138)
2018 OIA East champion (138)

6. Rysan Leong, Kalaheo senior
2018 state champion (160)
2018 OIA East champion (160)

7. Kawehi Gillcoat, Lahainaluna senior
2018 state second (138), 2017 state fifth (120), 2016 state sixth (120)
2018 MIL champ (138), 2017 MIL champ (122), 2016 MIL champ (120)

8. Kaua Nishigaya, Iolani senior
2018 state second (132), 2017 state fifth (126), 2016 state third (106)
2018 ILH champ (132)

9. Boltyn Taam, Moanalua sophomore
2018 state second (145)
2018 ILH champion (145)
Lost to terukina

10. Brant Porter, Kamehameha junior
2018 state second (106), 2017 state third (106)
2018 ILH champ (106)
2017 Officials champ (106)

Honorable mention (alphabetical order)

Laakea Ane, Kamehameha senior
2018 state second (195)
2018 ILH champ (195)

Cody Bollig, Kamehameha senior
2018 state second (285)
2018 ILH champ (285)

Koby Chun, Kaiser
2018 state third (120)
2018 OIA champion (120)

Kaena Desantos, Leilehua junior
2018 state third (132), 2017 state sixth (132)
2018 OIA champ (126)

Joe Faafiu, Leilehua junior
2018 state third (106)
2018 OIA champ (106)

Brady Hoshino, Iolani junior
2018 state second (120)

Vance Keliihoomalu, Kapolei senior
2018 state second (182)

Legend Matautia, Punahou junior
2018 state third (220)
2018 ILH champ (220)

Skyler Suzui, Hawaii Baptist junior
2018 state third (106)

Makana Tapia, Kamehameha junior
2018 state second (152) 2017 state third (152)
2018 ILH champ (152)

Casen Watanabe, Punahou senior
2018 state second, 2017 state sixth

Hawaii Prep World Girls Pound-For-Pound Rankings

Updated: Nov. 29

1. Kelani Corbett, Leilehua senior
2018 state champ (155), 2017 state champ (155), 2016 state champ (155)
2018 OIA champ (155), 2017 OIA champ (157)
2017 Officials champ (168), 2016 Officials champ (155)
2016 Paani champ (155)

2. Ashley Gooman, Kamehameha senior
2018 state second (112), 2017 state champ (107), 2016 state champ (102)
2018 ILH champ (112), 2017 ILH champ (107), 2016 ILH champ (102),
2015 Officials champ (102)

3. Nanea Estrella, Lahainaluna junior
2018 state champion (122), 2017 state champion (117)
2018 MIL champion (124), 2017 MIL champion (117)
2017 Officials champion (122)
2018 Paani champion (132)

4. Jahnea Miguel, Baldwin sophomore
2018 state champion (145), 2017 state champion (127)
2018 MIL champion (147), 2017 MIL champion (129)
2016 Paani champ (132)

5. Kapoina Bailey, Konawaena senior
2018 state champion (168), 2017 state second (168)
2018 BIIF champ (168)
2018 MIT champ (168)

6. Roxie Umu, Kealakehe senior
2018 state champ (184), 2017 state third (225), 2016 state fourth (225)
2016 BIIF champ (225)
2018 Paani champ (184)

7. Paige Respicio, Kamehameha junior
2018 state champion (132), 2017 state third (127)
2018 ILH champion (132), 2017 ILH champ (127)
2017 Officials champion (138)
2018 Paani champ (138)

8. Waipuilani Estrella Beauchamp, Baldwin junior
2018 State champion (127), 2017 state third (122)
2018 MIL champion (129)
2017 Officials champion (127)
2018 Paani champion (127)

9. Tangiteina Niutupuivaha, Kahuku junior
2018 state champion (225), 2017 state fifth (225)
2018 OIA champion (225)
2017 Officials champ (225)
2018 Paani champion (225)

10. Sami Saribay, Lahainaluna senior
2018 state champ (107), 2017 state fifth (102)
2018 MIL champ (109)
2018 Paani champ (107)

Next 10 (alphabetical order)

Sadie Antoque, Castle junior
2018 state second (145), 2017 state fourth (127)
2018 OIA champ (2018)

Tianna Fernandez, Baldwin senior
2018 state fifth (102), 2017 state second (97), 2016 state fifth (97)
2017 officials champ (107)

Marisa Iha, Punahou sophomore
2018 state second (122)
2018 ILH champ (122)

Kauanoe Keahi, Lahainaluna junior
2018 state third (132), 2017 state champion (138)
2018 MIL champion (134), 2017 MIL champion (140)

Allicia Mahoe, Kapolei senior
2018 state second (97), 2017 state fifth (97), 2016 state sixth (97)
2017 OIA champion (98)
2017 Officials champ (97)
2018 Paani champ (97)

Alexis Nova Posiulai, Kamehameha senior
2018 state second (127), 2017 state third (117)
2018 ILH champ (127)

Krystal Puahala, Kamehameha sophomore
2018 state second (138)
2018 ILH champ (138)

Tayler Peligrino Hayase, Lahainaluna senior
2018 state third (145), 2017 State fourth (132), 2016 State fifth (132)
2017 MIL champ (134), 2016 MIL champ (132), 2015 MIL champ
2017 Officials champion (145)
2018 Paani champion (145)

Siera Vida, Baldwin
2018 state second (184)
2018 MIL champ (184)
2017 Officials champ (184)
2016 Paani Novice champ (184)

Alana Vivas, Kamehameha senior
2018 state second (117)
2018 ILH champ (117)