Not much change in Top 10 football, volleyball

Waiakea got a lot of love from voters for its performance in a loss to Kamehameha. Krystle Marcellus / Star-Advertiser
Waiakea got a lot of love from voters for its performance in a loss to Kamehameha. Krystle Marcellus / Star-Advertiser

Despite some big-time playoff contests, there was very little change in Tuesday’s Honolulu Star-Advertiser Football Top 10.

The top eight places remained the same, with Punahou and Mililani keeping the top two spots.

Hilo (10-0) moved up to No. 9 after its 32-0 victory over Kealakehe to seal the BIIF championship and a spot in the Division I state tournament.


Leilehua (6-2), which did not make the postseason, dropped to No. 10.

In the Honolulu Star-Advertiser Girls Volleyball Top 10, there was also minimal change. Konawaena moved up one spot to No. 4, and Kamehameha-Hawaii dropped one place to No. 5 after its loss to No. 2 Punahou in the state Division I quarterfinals.


Kapolei, which advanced to the state Division I semifinals with a win over King Kekaulike, rose one spot to No. 7. The Hurricanes play No. 1 Kamehameha on Friday at the McKinley High gym.


No. 3 Moanalua meets Punahou on Friday in the other state D-I semifinal on Friday at McKinley.

In other movement, Seabury Hall fell one spot to No. 8, and Mililani replaced Kahuku at No. 10.

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