BASEBALL TOP 10: Campbell moves up to No. 4

Campbell's Varen Sabino motioned to the dugout after driving in a run on a sacrifice fly in a game against Aiea last week. Photo by Cindy Ellen Russell/Star-Advertiser.

A seven-game winning streak has earned Campbell its highest ranking of the season.

The Sabers (9-1 OIA West) are at No. 4 in the latest Honolulu Star-Advertiser Baseball Top 10 released today. It’s the highest ranking by an OIA school this season.

Baldwin (12-0 MIL) has held the top spot every week of the season with Punahou (13-2 ILH) ranked second for the second consecutive week and Saint Louis (12-3 ILH) again checking in at No. 3.


The Sabers moved up a spot after beating Aiea 4-1 and Pearl City 6-3 last week. Campbell has allowed three runs or less in all nine of its wins in the OIA regular season.

Waiakea (10-1 BIIF) dropped a spot to No. 5 and Kamehameha-Hawaii (14-0 BIIF) remained at No. 6.


ILH teams held the next three spots with ‘Iolani (10-5), Kamehameha (9-6) and St. Francis (10-3) in that order followed by Mililani (8-2 OIA West).

The No. 9 ranking is the best ever for the Saints.


Maui (six), Kailua (four), Mid-Pacific (two) and Waipahu (one) also received at least one vote.

The Sabers host the Trojans on Wednesday in a matchup of ranked teams while the ILH double-elimination tournament begins on Saturday. Kamehameha opens against Mid-Pacific at 9 a.m. at Ala Wai Field.

Honolulu Star-Advertiser Top 10

BASEBALL
Updated: May 13
RkTeamPts
1.Punahou (10)100
2.Mililani90
3.Baldwin79
4.Hilo62
5.Waiakea51
6.Kamehameha50
7.Kaiser36
8.Saint Louis34
9.St. Francis27
10.Campbell12

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