OIA boys volleyball brackets

Moanalua coach Alan Cabanting can reach some rare air with a fourth straight OIA title. Honolulu Star-Advertiser photo by Krystle Marcellus
Moanalua coach Alan Cabanting can reach some rare air with a fourth straight OIA title. Honolulu Star-Advertiser photo by Krystle Marcellus

Moanalua will be going for its fourth-straight OIA championship as the top seed in next week’s league tournament.

Na Menehune went through the regular season undefeated and can make coach Alan Cabanting the first coach since Roosevelt’s Robin Goo from 1977-1980 to win four straight OIA titles. Doug Hee won the title for Moanalua in 2011 before Cabanting took over.

Goo is the only coach to win four in a row. No team has ever won five OIA titles in a row.


Kaiser and Pearl City are the favorites in the Division II tournament, the Chargers have won 10 OIA championships and Kaiser has not won any.

Here is the tournament schedule:

Division I
Wednesday, April 22
Leilehua (6-3) vs. Kalani (6-5) at Kahuku
Campbell (4-5) at Kahuku (8-3)
Roosevelt (8-3) vs. Kapolei (6-4) at Waipahu
Kailua (3-8) at Waipahu (7-2)

Thursday, April 23
Leilehua/Kalani winner at Moanalua (11-0)
Kahuku/Campbell winner vs. Mililani (8-1) at Moanalua
Roosevelt/Kapolei winner at Waianae (9-0)
Waipahu/Kailua winner vs. Kalaheo (9-2) at Waianae


Tuesday, April 28
Semifinals at Radford
Consolation bracket semifinals at Farrington

Thursday, April 30
Division I championship at Radford
Division I third and fifth-place games at Farrington

Division II
Wednesday, April 22
Castle (5-6) at Radford (3-6)
McKinley (6-5) vs. Waialua (1-8) at Radford


Thursday, April 23
Radford/Castle winner at Kaiser (7-4)
Mcinley/Waialua winner vs. Pearl City (4-5) at Kaiser

Thursday, April 30
Division II championship at Radford

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