The West No. 1 seed Campbell Sabers enter the OIA tournament as the three-time defending state champions. However, the Sabers haven’t won an OIA title since 2013.
Mililani, which has won three of the last four OIA Division I softball titles, is the defending champion and opens the tournament Wednesday in a must-win game at Kailua to keep its season alive.
Defending OIA Division II champion Aiea is the No. 3 seed this year behind Kalani and Waialua.
McKinley will host the Division I semifinals on Friday and the championship doubleheader on Saturday.
The full tournament schedule is below:
OIA PlayoffsUpdated: Apr. 30
|4/25||Kailua (E4)||Mililani (W5)||Mil 11-0|
|4/25||Kapolei (W3)||Farrington (E6)||Kapo, 10-0 (6)|
|4/25||Moanalua (E3)||Waianae (W6)||Wain, 17-8|
|4/25||Pearl City (W4)||Castle (E5)||PC, 8-7|
|4/26||Campbell (W1)||Mililani||Camp 11-1 (6)|
|4/26||Kaiser (E2)||Kapolei||Kapo, 13-2|
|4/26||Leilehua (W2)||Waianae||Lei, 9-0|
|4/26||Roosevelt (E1)||Pearl City||Roos, 4-2|
|4/27||Pearl City||Waianae||PC, 8-7|
|4/27||Campbell||Kapolei||Camp, 11-1 (5)|
|4/30||Pearl City||Mililani||PC, 6-4|
|4/28||Leilehua||Kapolei||Lei, 14-3 (5)|