Voters in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser Girls Volleyball Top 10 remain pretty convinced nationally ranked Kamehameha and ‘Iolani will meet again in the Division I state final.
But if there was a team to somehow play spoiler, King Kekaulike is the squad voters are looking at.
Kamehameha, the unanimous No. 1 selection, and ‘Iolani, which received all 10 second-place votes, remain firmly at the top of the rankings this week.
King Kekaulike, however, makes the jump to No. 3, passing Punahou by a single vote.
Na Alii has not dropped a single set in MIL play and is now 8-0. King Kekaulike finished second out of the four local teams in Pool B of the Ann Kang Invitational and finished with the same record as Moanalua in the tournament.
Punahou is 2-5 in ILH play with all five losses coming against either ‘Iolani or Kamehameha.
Mililani, Le Jardin and Kamehameha-Hawaii remain Nos. 5-7 this week.
Damien and Kahuku tie for the eighth spot with 16 votes, two votes ahead of No. 10 Moanalua, which beat the Red Raiders in three sets last Monday.
Le Jardin and Damien are both undefeated in ILH Division II play and end the regular season against each other next Tuesday.
Also receiving votes were Hilo (11), Kapolei (eight), Farrington (five), Waianae (three) and Waiakea (one).
Honolulu Star-Advertiser Top 10
|Updated: Mar. 16|