Mililani 16th in MaxPreps computer ratings

Mililani's Marcus Mafi, left, reacts with team mate Kingston Maae as time runs out on Friday. Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser
Mililani’s Marcus Mafi, left, reacts with team mate Kingston Maae as time runs out on Friday. Jamm Aquino / Star-Advertiser

The Mililani Trojans are getting a little more attention since their upset of Punahou in the Division I championship game at the First Hawaiian Bank/HHSAA Football State Championships on Friday.

Mililani (13-0) rose 12 spots to No. 16 in the CBS MaxPreps National Computer Ratings, which were released today. Punahou (8-1) fell 15 notches to No. 34. Mililani outscored Punahou 53-45 in the state title game at Aloha Stadium.

Neither team is in the MaxPreps Xcellent Top 25 rankings. Punahou had been in that list most of the season, but was demoted after a win in the state semifinals against Kahuku.


Bishop Gorman (Nev.) is No. 1 in both MaxPreps rankings.

Mililani is on the cusp of the USA Today Super 25 at No. 26. Punahou, which was at No. 25 last week, dropped out.

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