Defending OIA champion Kahuku will take a 26-game winning streak against OIA teams (regular season and playoffs only) into the league playoffs that begin Thursday.
The Red Raiders (10-0) are the top seed out of the East and Kapolei (10-0) leads the way in the West.
Kalaheo (7-3) earned the No. 2 seed from the East and a first-round bye while Leilehua, by virtue of a 52-37 win over Campbell in the regular season finale on Saturday, nabbed the other first-round bye.
The Division I games that open the playoffs Thursday are Radford vs. McKinley at Roosevelt, Moanalua at Mililani, Kaiser at Campbell and Aiea at Kailua.
Kalani (8-2) in the East and Pearl City (6-4) out of the West are the top seeds in the Division II playoffs.
The complete schedule is below:
OIA PlayoffsUpdated: Feb. 5
|2/1||Mililani (W4)||Moanalua (E5)||Moan, 60-56|
|2/1||McKinley* (E3)||Radford (W6)||McK, 61-33|
|2/1||Campbell (W3)||Kaiser (E6)||Kais, 40-35|
|2/1||Kailua (E4)||Aiea (W5)||Kail, 69-51|
|2/2||Kahuku (E1)||Moanalua||Kah, 73-61|
|2/2||Leilehua** (W2)||McKinley||McK, 36-31|
|2/2||Kalaheo (E2)||Kaiser||Kalh, 49-46|
|2/2||Kapolei (W1)||Kailua||Kapo, 63-38|
|Consolation semifinals—At Higher Seed|
|Semifinals — At McKinley|
|Fifth place—At Higher Seed|
|Third place—At Higher Seed|
|2/7||McKInley||G12 loserJapolei||6 p.m.|
|Championship — At McKinley|
|2/1||Waipahu (W2)||Kaimuki (E3)||Kaim, 64-59|
|2/1||Roosevelt (E2)||Nanakuli (W3)||Roos, 47-43|
|2/3||Kalani (E1)||Kaimuki||Kaln, 50-42|
|2/3||Pearl City (W1)||Roosevelt||Roos, 60-50|
|Championship— At McKinley|
|* — @ Roosevelt|
|** — @ Waialua|