Microscopic changes in volleyball rankings

Le Jardin’s Natalie Piper put down a kill past Hawaii Baptist’s Riyana Werny in a match last week. Le Jardin is creeping closer to Kapolei for No. 6 in the latest rankings. Photo by Bruce Asato/Star-Advertiser.

The Maui Interscholastic League finally got some love in this week’s Honolulu Star-Advertiser Girls Volleyball Top 10.

Voters moved Kamehameha-Maui (8-0) into the list at No. 9, supplanting Hawaii Baptist (5-2), which lost to both Le Jardin and Sacred Hearts recently.

Other than that change, the Top 10 remained exactly the same. Only the point totals changed. Ten points are given to a first-place vote, 9 for second, 8 for third, etc.


This week’s Top 10 is below, followed by a look at the microscopic changes to the point totals.

Honolulu Star-Advertiser Top 10

SOFTBALL
Updated: Mar. 16
RkTeamPts
t1.Campbell (3)87
t1.Mililani (2)87
3.'Iolani (5)84
4.Kamehameha70
5.Mid-Pacific52
6.Kapolei48
7.Maryknoll33
8.Punahou21
9.Pearl City16
10.Baldwin14

Point-total changes (plus/minus/same)
1. Kamehameha (same)
2. ‘Iolani (same)
3. Moanalua (minus 1)
4. Maryknoll (minus 3)
5. Punahou (plus 1)
6. Kapolei (plus 1)
7. Le Jardin (plus 1)
8. Kamehameha-Hawaii (plus 6)
9. Kamehameha-Maui (plus 7)
10. Hilo (plus 4)

COMMENTS

  1. anywaaaays!! October 1, 2017 2:19 pm

    Of course most of this poll is stacked with ILH teams that just recruit and steal players away from their homes and turn them against their community. Hawaii Prep World has always been complicit in the ILH agenda. Quality teams like Kahuku are ignored in all sports. Private schools who recruit for prestige are only talked about. I wonder how much kickbacks the voters get from ILH?


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