OIA Division I playoff scenarios

Mililani and Campbell can clinch first-round Oahu Interscholastic Association byes and a spot in the (Division I or Open) state tournament with victories this weekend. In photo, the Trojans' Andrew Valladares ran back a kickoff in a loss to Kailua last Friday. Jay Metzger / Special to the Star-Advertiser.
Mililani and Campbell can clinch first-round Oahu Interscholastic Association byes and a spot in the (Division I or Open) state tournament with victories this weekend. In photo, the Trojans’ Andrew Valladares ran back a kickoff in a loss to Kailua last Friday. Jay Metzger / Special to the Star-Advertiser.

It’s the last week of the Oahu Interscholastic Association Division I football regular season and there are still lots up for grabs as far as playoffs and seeding is concerned.

Here’s a look at the Blue and Red Divisions and the possible playoff scenarios:


OIA Blue

>> Kahuku (6-0)
— Clinched the Blue title and the Blue No. 1 seed and a spot in the state tournament (Open or D-I)
>> Waianae (5-2)
— Will clinch the Blue No. 2 seed and a spot in the state tournament if Campbell loses to Radford
— Will be the Blue No. 3 seed if Campbell beats Radford
>> Campbell (4-3)
— Will clinch the Blue No. 2 seed and a spot in the state tournament with a win over Radford
— Will be the Blue No. 3 seed with a loss to Radford
>> Aiea (3-3)
— Will be the Blue No. 4 seed with a win over Moanalua
— Will be the Blue No. 5 seed with a loss to Moanalua
>> Moanalua (2-4)
— Will be the Blue No. 4 seed with a win over Aiea
— Will be the Blue No. 5 seed with a loss to Aiea
>> Kaiser (1-5)
— Clinched the Blue No. 6 seed
>> Radford (0-6)
— Eliminated from playoffs


OIA Red

>> Kapolei (5-1)
— Clinched the Red title and a spot in the state tournament (Open or D-I)
>> Farrington (5-2)
— Will clinch the Red No. 2 seed and a spot in the state tournament if Mililani loses to Leilehua
— Will clinch the Red No. 3 seed if Mililani beats Leilehua
>> Mililani (4-2)
— Will clinch the Red No. 2 seed and a spot in the state tournament with a win over Leilehua
— Will be the Red No. 4 seed with a loss to Leilehua and a Kailua loss to Castle
— Will be the Red No. 5 seed with a loss to Leilehua and a Kailua win over Castle
>> Kailua (3-3)
— Will be the Red No. 4 seed with a win over Castle
— Will be the Red No. 6 seed with a loss to Castle
>> Leilehua (3-3)
— Will be the Red No. 3 seed with a win over Mililani
— Will be the Red No. 4 seed with a loss to Mililani and a Castle win over Kailua
— Will be the Red No. 5 seed with a loss to Mililani and a Kailua win over Castle
>> Castle (2-4)
— Will be the Red No. 5 seed with a win over Kailua
— Will be the Red No. 6 seed with a loss to Kailua
>> Nanakuli (0-6)
— Eliminated from playoffs

COMMENTS

  1. east101 September 29, 2016 3:07 pm

    i hope kapolei goes to open division cause they going get cracks….no like kneel ball thats alright cause when u face big red and the crusaders ur gonna get cracks….same ole kapolei..laugh now cry later hernandez….


  2. 808 RR4L September 29, 2016 5:45 pm

    DAS WHAT I SAYING EAST101! THEY NO LIKE TAKE ONE KNEE UP IN BIG RED COUNTRY THEN WE GOING START THROWING KNEES IN THE PARKING LOT BU! WE GOING TAP THEM OUT THEN TAP THEIR CHICKS! I HOPE YOU GUYS GET MEDICAL INSURANCE BRAH!!! YOU LISTENING JUNE JONES? GOING BE LIKE THE SUGAR BOWL ALL OVER AGAIN WHILE YOUR GIRL LILY WATCH IN THE STANDS!

    AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAA

    RR4L! HATE US CUZ YOU AINT US BRUH! ENEMEINES OF THE STATE!


  3. Chloropicrin September 29, 2016 7:21 pm

    Nanakuli and Radford got promoted to take cracks / growing pains. hope they can improve next season.


  4. RidgeRunnerE-5 September 29, 2016 7:28 pm

    Jeezy33 is still making ridiculous comments, while posing as a Kahuku fan?


  5. Chloropicrin September 29, 2016 7:32 pm

    Waianae will probably be the red number 3 seed, as Radford will not beat a surging Campbell team. Waianae will probably pound Castle and then lose to Mililani in the second round. That’s what happens when the coaches like test their pop warner passing game against Campbell in the first half and then try win the game in the second half using their jumbo / running game. Waianae has to be leading the league in penalties, and when that happens winning close games is far fetched because the team is not disciplined; because they feed off of their undisciplined coaches.


  6. al September 30, 2016 5:17 am

    “RidgeRunnerE-5 September 29, 2016 at 7:28 pm
    Jeezy33 is still making ridiculous comments, while posing as a Kahuku fan?”

    It’s pretty well established that red x is the one making these comments.

    “red x September 26, 2016 at 7:41 pm
    BRAH YOU COME OUT NORTH SHORE AND NO LIKE TAKE ONE KNEE AND WE GOING START THROWING KNEES IN THE PARKING LOT BU! CHEEEEEEEEEE!

    AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    RR4L! HATE US CUZ YOU AINT US BRUH! ENEMINES OF THE STATE!”
    http://www.hawaiiprepworld.com/football/to-knee-or-not-to-knee-was-not-really-a-question/

    He slipped up a couple of times so far aside from this one.


  7. Checkyoself September 30, 2016 8:22 am

    My prediction for next week
    Gonna be
    Waianae vs castle @waianae
    Leilehua vs Kaiser @ Leilehua
    Moanalua vs Mililani @ moanalua
    Aiea vs Kailua @ Kailua


  8. oia#1 October 3, 2016 7:59 am

    Al, 808 rrfl is jeezy33, red x and a few others


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