MaxPreps still ranks Mililani as top Hawaii team

Saint Louis running back Jahred Silofau and the second-ranked Crusader were idle last weekend. Liberty of Henderson, Nev., a team the Crusaders beat two weekends ago, handed No. 1 Mililani a 76-53 loss on Friday. In the national rankings, however, the Trojans are ahead of the Crusaders by 11 spots. The Honolulu Star-Advertiser's new Hawaii rankings will be published tomorrow. Bruce Asato / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
Saint Louis running back Jahred Silofau and the second-ranked Crusader were idle last weekend. Liberty of Henderson, Nev., a team the Crusaders beat two weekends ago, handed No. 1 Mililani a 76-53 loss on Friday. In the national rankings, however, the Trojans are ahead of the Crusaders by 11 spots. The Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s new Hawaii rankings will be published tomorrow. Bruce Asato / Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

Despite a 76-53 loss to Liberty in Henderson, Nev., last Friday, Mililani remained the top-ranked Hawaii team in the MaxPreps national rankings.

The Trojans (2-1), who were No. 1 in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser Top 10 last week, fell 66 spots nationally to No. 76.

Saint Louis (2-0), the No. 2 team in Hawaii, was idle last week and still dropped 41 spots in the MaxPreps rankings to No. 87.


Punahou (3-0) is coming off a 22-15 victory over Del Oro (Loomis, Calif.) in Berkeley, Calif., on Friday. The Buffanblu, the third-ranked team in the Star-Advertiser Top 10, dropped 65 spots to 119 nationally.


Last week's Star-Advertiser Top 10 teams, their national ranking and movement (plus or minus) follows. The new Star-Advertiser Top 10 will be published Monday evening on HawaiiPrepWorld.com.

1. Mililani (76) ---- minus-66
2. Saint Louis (87) ---- minus-41
3. Punahou (119) ---- minus-65
4. Kahuku (386) ---- minus-182
5. Kamehameha (640) ---- minus-251
6. Farrington (719) ---- minus-378
7. Kailua (1,024) ---- minus-188
8. Waianae (1,656) ---- minus-597
9. Kapaa (3,303) ---- minus-1,084
10. Kapolei (1,725) ---- minus-301

COMMENTS

  1. 88 September 7, 2015 4:56 pm

    I know a lot of people are infatuated with Mililani’s offense but C’MON MAN…….. They just got ABUSED by a team that just got ABUSED by the #2 team in the State.


  2. jay September 7, 2015 6:26 pm

    maybe because they follow our own staradvertiser poll which hasnt come out yet?…. st louis deserves the one spot…millz deserves to be at 3 or 4… that embarrising loss to liberty really hurt all the hawaii teams in the national polls… im rooting for any team but millz to win the states because it will look really bad if our state champs got ran over by #2 team in nevada liberty which gets blasted by bishop gorman every year.


  3. Big Mauka September 8, 2015 6:13 am

    You know that Liberty is #2 to Bishop Gorman in NEVADA! Right now Bishop Gorman is #1 Nationally Liberty is the 300’s nationally! If you dont play an the other teams do, your rankings will drop! You play lower rank team than you an lose you drop, they vome close an almost win you drop. Rankings fluctuate so much you need to play up to go up! Please learn before you yack an just ask yourself the important question? What college is my son going too because your High School rankings has nothing to do with it! Academics an on field action is what counts so silly worried about everybody else worry about your own damm team!


  4. CRUSADERS September 8, 2015 11:47 am

    Let Mililani enjoy the ride……After this year everyone will jump off the bandwagon, even Coach York when he leaves.LMAO


  5. EwaEwa September 8, 2015 1:18 pm

    Recruiting is not a sustainable way to long term success.
    Mililani’s defense is already hurting this year because the big boys from Waianae and Kalihi have graduated.


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