Trojans No. 10 in nation; big jump by Surfriders

Kahuku's Kesi Ah-Hoy, a quarterback and running back, is pictured running against Kaiser on Aug. 21. The Red Raiders, despite a 78-0 win over McKinley on Friday, dropped 77 spots in the MaxPreps national rankings to No. 204. Mililani is Hawaii's top-ranked team nationally – at No. 10. Darryl Oumi / Special to the Star-Advertiser.
Kahuku’s Kesi Ah-Hoy, a quarterback and running back, is pictured running against Kaiser on Aug. 21. The Red Raiders, despite a 78-0 win over McKinley on Friday, dropped 77 spots in the MaxPreps national rankings to No. 204. Mililani is Hawaii’s top-ranked team nationally – at No. 10. Darryl Oumi / Special to the Star-Advertiser.

Mililani dropped two spots in the MaxPreps national rankings to No. 10 on Sunday.

Hawaii’s top-ranked Trojans (3-0) are coming off a 67-21 win over Kapolei on Saturday.

Hawaii’s top six teams remained in the top 400 nationally, and Kailua made the biggest jump — up 1,945 spots to No. 836. The Surfiders (4-0) defeated Aiea 34-21 on Saturday.


The Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Top 10 teams, their national ranking (in parentheses) and their plus or minus in the rankings since last week follows.

1. Mililani (10) ———— minus-2
2. Saint Louis (46) ———— minus-11
3. Punahou (54) ———— minus-5
4. Kahuku (204) ———— minus-77
5. Kamehameha (389) ———— plus-2
6. Farrington (349) ———— plus-24
7. Kapolei (1,424) ———— minus-631
8. Kailua (836) ———— plus-1,945
9. Waianae (1,059) ———— plus-406
10. Kapaa (2,219) ———— minus-209

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