7 of 8 ranked teams won in Week No. 4

Saint Louis' Jahred Silofau found some running room in the Crusaders' 43-16 win over LIberty (Henderson, Nev.) on Saturday night at Aloha Stadium. Saint Louis, the No. 2 team in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser's Top 10, was one of seven ranked teams to win over the weekend.
Saint Louis’ Jahred Silofau found some running room in the Crusaders’ 43-16 win over LIberty (Henderson, Nev.) on Saturday night at Aloha Stadium. Saint Louis, the No. 2 team in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Top 10, was one of seven ranked teams to win over the weekend.

Seven of the eight ranked teams in action last weekend won games.

No. 7 Kapolei was the only ranked team to lose, 67-21 at No. 1 Mililani.

Scores from all 19 games in Week No. 4 follow.


Thursday, Aug. 27
>> Honokaa 36, at Keaau 20


Friday, Aug. 28
>> No. 9 Waianae 50, at Leilehua 28
>> At No. 4 Kahuku 78, McKinley 0
>> At Castle 35, Waipahu 32
>> At Roosevelt 17, Waialua 14, 2OT
>> Radford 53, Kalani 6, at Aiea High field
>> Murrieta Mesa (Calif.) 39, St. Francis 0, at Ching Field
>> No. 10 Kapaa 53, Kauai 0, at Vidinha Stadium
>> At Kamehameha-Maui 25, King Kekaulike 9
>> At Kealakehe 22, Kamehameha-Hawaii 20
>> Konawaena 57, at Waiakea 17

Saturday, Aug. 29
>> No. 2 Saint Louis 43, Liberty (Henderson, Nev.) 16, at Aloha Stadium
>> At No. 1 Mililani 67, No. 7 Kapolei 21
>> No. 6 Farrington 42, Moanalua 35, at Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium
>> No. 8 Kailua 34, at Aiea 21
>> Nanakuli 41, Kaimuki 6, at Kaiser Stadium
>> Kalaheo 2, Anuenue 0 (forfeit), at Kailua High field
>> Baldwin 48, at Lahainaluna 27
>> Hilo 33, at Hawaii Prep 16

COMMENTS

  1. Tanoai August 31, 2015 4:27 pm

    How is Kahuku still ranked #4 when they already played 3 league games ( more than those listed above them) have a 4-0 total record and only allowed a total of 10 pts. But scored 179 pts. Mililani got scored on several times by all the teams they played and St. Louis has yet to play a conference game.
    How are these Power Rankings determined?


  2. 88 August 31, 2015 11:01 pm

    By the BLIND..


  3. Nick Abramo September 3, 2015 9:16 pm

    In answer to your question Samoanstuntsman, the rankings are determined by a vote of about 14 in the sports media from across the state. could be a few blind voters (not sure, Fauese). However, many of them could be voting on what they saw when Mililani scrimmaged Kahuku. The score was kept and Mililani won. Yes, it was only a scrimmage, but still some evidence to base a vote on. Until a team shows it can stop Mililani’s offense, I will personally vote them No. 1 (and I’m not blind in the literal sense). Sure, Kahuku and other teams have a chance to stop them. Punahou has scored 98 points and given up seven in two games. Saint Louis has wins over the American Samoa champion and a powerhouse team from Nevada. Kahuku has been impressive in wins over four teams with a combined 1-13 record: Campbell (0-3), Kapolei (1-3), Kaiser (0-3) and McKinley (0-4). Also, Mililani is ranked No. 10 in the MaxPreps national rankings. Punahou and Saint Louis are in the top 100 and Kahuku is in the top 125. So, I don’t think we’re off base if you look at the facts. LMK if you agree.


  4. Bernick September 5, 2015 7:04 am

    Because they hate on Kahuku straight up. always will..


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