‘Iolani boys up to No. 2; Punahou boys, girls drop

Leilehua's Tywanna Abbott looked to shoot against Nanakuli's Raynette Meyers-Kahalehoe during a Jan. 8 game. The Mules are ranked No. 10 in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser's Top 10. Bruce Asato / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
Leilehua’s Tywanna Abbott looked to shoot against Nanakuli’s Raynette Meyers-Kahalehoe during a Jan. 8 game. The Mules are ranked No. 10 in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Top 10. Bruce Asato / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

‘Iolani jumped two spots to No. 2 in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser boys basketball Top 10 this week.

The Raiders have been as high as No. 1, but are now one spot behind the Kaiser Cougars.

Saint Louis, which suffered a 73-63 loss to Kamehameha on Friday, dropped one spot to No. 2.


Kamehameha rose two spots to No. 4, and Punahou fell three spaces to No. 6.

In the girls poll, the biggest change was Maryknoll moving up one spot, supplanting Punahou at No. 3. The Buffanblu dropped to No. 4.

The Top 10 polls, with first-place votes in parentheses, points i the poll, and last week’s rankings, follow.


Honolulu Star-Advertiser Boys Basketball Top 10
1. Kaiser (19), 190, 1
2. Iolani, 170, 4
3. Saint Louis, 142, 2
4. Kamehameha, 126, 7
5. Mid-Pacific, 106, 5
6. Punahou, 81, 3
7. Leilehua, 75, 8
8. Maryknoll, 73, 6
9. Kalaheo, 59, 9
10. McKinley, 19, 10

Also receiving votes: Lahainaluna 6, Baldwin 1.


Honolulu Star-Advertiser Girls Basketball Top 10
1. Konawaena, (15), 150, 1
2. Lahainaluna, 135, 2
3. Maryknoll 118, 4
4. Punahou, 105, 3
5. Hilo, 80, 5
6. Roosevelt, 74, 6
7. Iolani, 53, 7
8. Radford, 42, 8
9. Mililani, 20, 10
10. Leilehua, 16, NR

Also receiving votes: Kamehameha 12, Sacred Hearts 10, Hawaii Baptist 5, Kaiser 3, Honokaa 1, Kamehameha-Maui 1.

COMMENTS

  1. Rok888 January 19, 2016 2:03 am

    6 out of the 8 top teams are from the ILH…


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