St. Francis is top seed in D-II boys basketball

St. Francis guard Kameron Ng dribbled past Hawaii Baptist Academy guard Tony Lucab after stealing a pass in a game earlier this season. Photo by Bruce Asato/Star-Advertiser.

Defending state champion St. Francis is the top seed in Division II in the Snapple/HHSAA Boys Basketball State Championships that begin Wednesday.


The Saints, who are ranked No. 3 in the state in the latest Honolulu Star-Advertiser Top 10, will host Roosevelt in a first-round game on Wednesday. Hawaii Prep will play Kauai in the first game at St. Francis.


OIA champion Kalani is the No. 2 seed and will play Honokaa at Kaimuki on Wednesday at 7 p.m. Seabury Hall will play Damien, which beat University 57-44 on Saturday, in the earlier game at Kaimuki.


Division II

Match #DateMatchupTime/ScoresSite
1Feb. 14(4) Hawaii Prep vs. KauaiKauai, 53-50St. Francis
2Feb. 14(1) St. Francis vs. RooseveltStF, 62-51St. Francis
3Feb. 14(3) Seabury Hall vs. DamienDMS, 57-45'Iolani
4Feb. 14(2) Kalani vs. HonokaaKaln, 51-33'Iolani
5*Feb. 15Seabury Hall vs. HonokaaHon, 47-41Kaimuki
6*Feb. 15Hawaii Prep vs. RooseveltRoos, 44-43Kaimuki
7Feb. 15Damien vs. KalaniDMS, 45-37St. Francis
8Feb. 15Kauai vs. St. FrancisStF, 65-42St. Francis
9*Feb. 16Honokaa vs. RooseveltRoos, 54-44Stan Sheriff Center
10*Feb. 16Kalani vs. KauaiKaln, 42-38Stan Sheriff Center
11Feb. 16Damien vs. St. FrancisStF, 76-52Stan Sheriff Center
* — consolation

COMMENTS

  1. roughriders99 February 11, 2018 11:15 am

    1. Why is Saint Francis playing at their home court?

    2. Why is the other bracket playing at Kaimuki?

    3. Why is the semi-finals being played at Saint Francis?

    4. Who made these bracket?

    Bottom line is looks like Saint Francis has the best chance to make it to the finals with home court advantage.


  2. Loca1boiAnonymous February 12, 2018 4:27 am

    Just hand Saint Francis the D2 trophy already. Again, D2 needs their own rankings. League play shouldve dropped them below number 3 by now.


  3. tigers01 February 16, 2018 9:17 am

    Agreed about St. Francis being able to play on their home court. No team should be able to play at home during any playoffs, unless your school is playing in the Championship game AND that school is hosting the championship round. That’s fine to be a host site, but if you are in the playoffs, sorry, you should not be playing at your home court.


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