‘Iolani a near-unanimous No. 1 in girls volleyball Top 10

Senna Roberts-Navarro (nine kills) and Brooke Naniseni (eight kills, block) were crucial contributors in ‘Iolani's sweep of Punahou on Thursday. Paul Honda/phonda@staradvertiser.com.

‘Iolani collected nine of 10 first-place votes to land at No. 1 in the Star-Advertiser girls volleyball Top 10.

The Raiders swept Punahou on Thursday and are 2-0 in ILH Division I play. Punahou claimed one first-place vote from the panel of coaches and media in the first poll of the season.

Kamehameha, the defending state champion from 2019, Moanalua and Damien round out the first five. Damien is 2-0 in ILH Division II action with wins over Punahou I-AA and University.


Star-Advertiser Girls Volleyball Top Ten
Sept. 27, 2021


Rank School (first-place votes) points, last week’s ranking
1. ‘Iolani (9) (2-0) 98 –
2. Punahou (1) (1-1) 91 –
3. Kamehameha (1-1) 81 –
4. Moanalua (0-0) 40 –
5. Damien (2-0) 38 –
6. Kahuku (0-0) 36 –
7. Hawaii Baptist (2-0) 26 –
8. Kapolei (0-0) 23 –
9. Mililani (0-0) 21 –
8. Maryknoll (0-1) 20 –

Also receiving votes: Kamehameha-Hawaii 19, Mid-Pacific 14, King Kekaulike 11, Le Jardin 6, University 5, Waiakea 5, Sacred Hearts 3, Waianae 3, Farrington 2, Kamehameha-Maui 2, Punahou I-AA 2, St. Andrew’s 2, Baldwin 1, Kaiser 1.

COMMENTS

  1. Domin8 September 28, 2021 4:41 pm

    Too bad JV teams not included in these rankings. A few of these ranked Varsity teams were just beaten by a JV squad a few weeks back…


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