OIA volleyball playoffs set

Kristen Miguel and the Mililani Trojans completed an undefeated regular season in the OIA West. / Honolulu Star-Advertiser Photo by Krystle Marcellus
Kristen Miguel and the Mililani Trojans completed an undefeated regular season in the OIA West. / Honolulu Star-Advertiser Photo by Krystle Marcellus

The OIA volleyball regular season has come to an end as the West division completed its final matches of the year on Wednesday night.

The biggest winner of the evening was Waianae, which won an elimination game by knocking off Campbell in three sets to secure the West’s sixth and final berth in the OIA Red playoffs.

The Seariders (4-6) will open next week against Farrington (8-3), the No. 3 seed out of the East.


Mililani, ranked No. 5 in the state in the Star-Advertiser Top 10, completed an undefeated march through regular-season play without even dropping a set. The Trojans (10-0) and Kapolei (9-1) earned byes as the top two seeds in the West.

In a match to determine the division’s No. 3 seed, Leilehua roared back from getting doubled up in the first set to beat Aiea in three.


Assuming the head-to-head tiebreaker is in effect for Castle, Kalani and Kaiser, which all finished with identical 7-4 records in the East, the Mules (7-3) will open the playoffs against the Cougars, who lost to both Castle and Kalani.

Na Alii (6-4) will open against the Falcons while the Knights, who beat both Kalani and Kaiser, will play West No. 5 seed Pearl City (5-5), which ended its regular season with a win over Nanakuli (6-4).


The Golden Hawks are still the No. 1 seed out of the West in the OIA White playoffs. Radford (4-6) will play Kaimuki (3-8) in the first round while Waipahu (1-9) takes on Kalaheo (4-7).

Roosevelt (6-5) is the top seed out of the East in the OIA White playoffs.

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