Farrington moves up two spots to No. 4

Kahuku is going to have to come up with an answer for Farrington's Ranan Mamiya on Thursday. Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser
Kahuku is going to have to come up with an answer for Farrington’s Ranan Mamiya on Thursday. Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser

Two weeks ago, Farrington and Kahuku were tied at No. 5 in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Top 10 football poll.

Last week, Kahuku was No. 5 and Farrington No. 6.

This week, the poll, which will be in Tuesday’s Star-Advertiser and is on the front page of hawaiiprepworld.com, has the Governors at No. 4 and the Red Raiders at No. 5.


Both teams won OIA quarterfinal games over the weekend, and apparently, voters were more impressed with Farrington’s 37-15 victory over Waianae than Kahuku’s 9-0 shutout of Kapolei.

The top three spots — No. 1 Punahou, No. 2 Mililani and No. 3 Saint Louis — remain the same.


Kamehameha, which suffered a second loss to Saint Louis, this time to end its season,took the biggest tumble — from No. 4 to No. 7.


Campbell, which beat Leilehua 20-14 in the OIA quarterfinals, rose two spots to No. 6, and the Mules, whose season is done, fell from No. 7 to No. 9.

Hilo entered the poll for the first time, at No. 10, replacing Kaiser, which was eliminated from the OIA playoffs in a 54-14 loss to Mililani.

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