MaxPreps’ final computer rankings for 45 Hawaii teams

Roosevelt defensive back Marcus Hee celebrated the Rough Riders' 28-18 victory over Kaimuki in the 2018 OIA Division II championship game. Roosevelt improved 4,016 places over 2017 in the MaxPreps national computer rankings. Cindy Ellen Russell / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

Some went up. Some went down.

All of Hawaii’s high school football teams finished the year ranked by the MaxPreps computer.

Twenty-seven of the 45 schools — starting with No. 6 Saint Louis and finishing with No. 12,837 Waialua — improved their ranking from a year ago. Eighteen teams slid.


The computer rankings are separate from the website’s Xcellent 25, a poll voted on by humans in which the Hawaii Open Division state champion Crusaders are No. 7 nationally.

MaxPreps’ national computer rankings of all Hawaii teams follow, with record and Honolulu Star-Advertiser Top 10 ranking in parentheses, followed by the number of places, up or down, from 2017.


A total of 14,403 schools in the U.S. were ranked.

Roosevelt was the Hawaii team that made the biggest move upward from a year ago, from No. 8,500 to No. 4,484. Waimea dropped the most places, from No. 4,312 to No. 8,472.


MaxPreps National Freeman Computer Rankings

>> No. 6. Saint Louis (11-0, No. 1 in HSA poll) …. up 9 from 2017
>> No. 42 Mililani (10-3, No. 2 in HSA poll) …. up 107 from 2017
>> No. 52 Punahou (7-3, No. 3 in HSA poll) …. up 82 from 2017
>> No. 166 Kahuku (7-5, No. 4 in HSA poll) …. up 15 from 2017
>> No. 356 Campbell (8-5, No. 5 in HSA poll) …. up 1,591 from 2017
>> No. 625 Kamehameha (4-6, No. 8 in HSA poll) …. up 128 from 2017
>> No. 1,010 Lahainaluna (11-0, No. 6 in HSA poll) …. up 1,954 from 2017
>> No. 1,067 Kapolei (3-7) …. up 117 from 2017
>> No. 1,457 Waipahu (10-4, No. 7 in HSA poll) …. up 1,361 from 2017
>> No. 1,706 Farrington (2-10) …. up 403 from 2017
>> No. 2,197 ‘Iolani (8-3, tied at No. 10 in HSA poll) …. up 1,624 from 2017
>> No. 2,296 Moanalua (8-1) …. up 1,450 from 2017
>> No. 2,403 Kapaa (7-2) …. (No. 9 in HSA poll) up 1,992 from 2017
>> No. 2,620 Leilehua (8-3) …. down 1,854 from 2017
>> No. 2,703 Waianae (1-8) …. down 1,143 from 2017
>> No. 2,995 Hilo (9-2, tied at No. 10 in HSA poll) …. up 232 from 2017
>> No. 3,511 St. Francis (1-8) …. down 1,497 from 2017
>> No. 3,663 Kauai (6-2) …. down 976 from 2017
>> No. 3,770 Damien (5-4) …. down 1,501 from 2017
>> No. 4,484 Roosevelt (12-2) …. up 4,016 from 2017
>> No. 4,644 Kamehameha-Maui (6-3) …. up 3,363 from 2017
>> No. 4,673 Castle (5-7) …. up 1,354 from 2017
>> No. 4,776 Kaimuki (10-3) …. up 2,553 from 2017
>> No. 5,696 Kealakehe (6-4) …. up 1,228 from 2017
>> No. 5,744 Maui (5-6) …. up 1,300 from 2017
>> No. 5,759 Kamehameha-Hawaii (6-3) …. down 884 from 2017
>> No. 6,294 Konawaena (5-4) …. down 2,614 from 2017
>> No. 6,467 Kailua (2-8) …. down 2,625 from 2017
>> No. 6,916 Aiea (2-6-1) …. down 542 from 2017
>> No. 7,109 Pearl City (7-5) …. down 1,385 from 2017
>> No. 7,507 Radford (2-8) …. up 512 from 2017
>> No. 8.077 Kaiser (4-4-1) …. up 762 from 2017
>> No. 8,204 Baldwin (3-7) …. down 3,135 from 2017
>> No. 8,472 Waimea (1-8) …. down 4,160 from 2017
>> No. 9,397 Waiakea (3-4) …. up 3,203 from 2017
>> No. 9,466 Pac-Five (4-5) …. down 445 from 2017
>> No. 9,818 Nanakuli (0-7) …. down 2,603 from 2017
>> No. 10,034 Kalaheo (4-6) …. up 2,199 from 2017
>> No. 10,035 Keaau (2-5) …. down 568 from 2017
>> No. 10,091 Honokaa (2-6) …. down 1,070 from 2017
>> No. 11,178 McKinley (4-5) …. up 1,726 from 2017
>> No. 11,239 Kalani (3-7) …. down 2,203 from 2017
>> No. 12,036 Hawaii Prep (1-7) …. up 251 from 2017
>> No. 12,111 King Kekaulike (0-10) …. up 12 from 2017
>> No. 12,837 Waialua (1-8) …. up 973 from 2017

COMMENTS

  1. Rebel December 28, 2018 2:14 am

    This ranking system is kind of ridiculous…


  2. phILHarmonic December 28, 2018 8:00 am

    how bout dem govs??


  3. notes January 1, 2019 3:52 pm

    if it was the recruiting rankings then st louis would be #1


  4. Slaying matautia January 9, 2019 12:20 am

    Wow waialua must be proud


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