Crusaders, Buffanblu, Trojans close in MaxPreps

Punahou quarterback Ephraim Tuliloa went over the top of Del Oro (Loomis, Calif.) defenders for a touchdown in the Buffanblu's 22-15 victory on Sept. 4 at California Memorial Stadium on the campus of Cal-Berkeley. Punahou, the No. 2 team in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser Top 10, is the third-ranked Hawaii team by MaxPreps.com. in its national computer rankings. Tony Avelar / Special to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
Punahou quarterback Ephraim Tuliloa went over the top of Del Oro (Loomis, Calif.) defenders for a touchdown in the Buffanblu’s 22-15 victory on Sept. 4 at California Memorial Stadium on the campus of Cal-Berkeley. Punahou, the No. 2 team in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser Top 10, is the third-ranked Hawaii team by MaxPreps.com. in its national computer rankings. Tony Avelar / Special to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

Saint Louis, Punahou and Mililani — the top three football teams in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Top 10 — are all within 10 places of each other in the MaxPreps national computer rankings.

The Crusaders are No. 125, the Trojans are No. 130 and the Buffanblu are No. 135.

MaxPreps ranks 14,633 teams nationwide, including all 46 squads in Hawaii. Mililani has been as high as No. 6 this season.


The Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Top 10 this week, with national ranking in parentheses, followed by the teams’ movement (plus or minus) in the latest release of the rankings Sunday.

>> 1. Saint Louis (125) ———— (minus-38)
>> 2. Punahou (135) ———— (minus-16)
>> 3. Mililani (130) ———— (minus-54)
>> 4. Kahuku (428) ———— (minus-42)
>> 5. Kamehameha (581) ———— (plus-59)
>> 6. Farrington (555) ———— (plus-164)
>> 7. Kailua (1,150) ———— (plus-126)
>> 8. Waianae (1,593) ———— (plus-63)
>> 9. Kapaa (2,805) ———— (plus-498)
>> 10. Kapolei (1,845) ———— (minus-120)

COMMENTS

  1. KonaWarrior September 15, 2015 9:22 am

    I can’t imagine why Kahuku (428) would be considered to be that far behind Mililani (135)? To me it seems as though Kahuku would be in the top 200.


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