HHSAA baseball brackets

Punahou is back in the state baseball tournament for the first time since 2011. Jay Metzger / Special to the Star-Advertiser
Punahou is back in the state baseball tournament for the first time since 2011. Jay Metzger / Special to the Star-Advertiser

ILH champion Mid-Pacific will still be flying high when its baseball team lands on Maui.

The ILH champion Owls were awarded the top seed in the upcoming Wally Yonamine Foundation Baseball State Championships at Iron Maehara Stadium beginning May 4.

Mid-Pacific opens its tournament with a second-round game against the winner between OIA runner up Kalani and annual power Mililani.


MIL champion Baldwin gets the second seed along with the home cooking, awaiting the winner between Hilo and Waipahu.

OIA champion Kailua is the third seed and drew the toughest game for a seeded team. The Surfriders meet either defending state champion Campbell or ILH runner up Punahou.

Waiakea took the fourth seed and will face the winner between Pearl City and Maui. The Wildcats are on Mid-Pacific’s side of the bracket.


The Division II tournament will be contested at Wong Stadium on Hilo, with Kamehameha-Hawaii enjoying the top seed and playing at home. The Warriors face Kalaheo in the first round.

Kauai earned the second seed and faces Radford while OIA champion Kapolei is seeded third and takes on Konawaena.

Molokai was given the fourth seed and will meet ILH champion St. Francis.


Here are the complete brackets:

2016 HHSAA Baseball Brackets

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