Punahou still No. 1, Baldwin enters Girls Volleyball Top 10

Tita Ahuna's journey in athletics has brought her to Punahou, first as an administrator, and now as the girls volleyball coach. Paul Honda/phonda@staradvertiser.com.

Punahou collected nine of 10 possible first-place votes to remain No. 1 in the Star-Advertiser Girls Volleyball Top 10.

Under first-year Buffanblu coach Tita Ahuna, Punahou has been atop the rankings for three weeks in a row.

Baldwin entered the Top 10 for the first time this season. The Bears, under new coach Al Paschoal, have swept Lahainaluna, Kamehameha-Maui and King Kekaulike en route to a 3-0 start. Paschoal previously coached at King Kekaulike and is a graduate of Baldwin.


Star-Advertiser Girls Volleyball Top Ten
Oct. 18, 2021

Rank School (first-place votes) points, last week’s ranking

1. Punahou (9) (5-1) 99 1

2. Kamehameha (1) (4-2) 91 2

3. ‘Iolani (3-2) 76 3

4. Moanalua (2-0) 72 4


5. Damien (5-1) 47 6

6. Mililani (1-0) 45 7

7. Kahuku (0-1) 38 5

8. Maryknoll (5-1) 30 8

9. Kapolei (1-0) 20 9

10. Baldwin (3-0) 11 NR


No longer in Top 10: Le Jardin (4-2).

Also receiving votes: Le Jardin 9, Hawaii Baptist 4, Seabury Hall 4, Kamehameha-Hawaii 2, Punahou I-AA 1, University 1.

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