The top seeds in the OIA Red girls basketball playoffs are a pair of undefeated teams in Mililani (10-0) out of the West and Roosevelt (11-0) from the East.
After that, it gets a little crazy.
The Trojans had no problem finishing up the season with a 62-11 win over winless Waialua, which is the odd team out from the West in the OIA White playoffs.
Roosevelt, ranked No. 2 in the state behind Konawaena, had to work a little harder on Thursday night in a 61-43 win over Kaiser.
The loss dropped the Cougars (9-2) into a three-way tie for second place with Kailua and Farrington. With the head-to-head records knotted up at 1-1 between the three, they will go to a coin flip to determine who receives the opening-round bye.
Moanalua (7-4) is the fifth seed out of the East with Kahuku getting the last spot over Kalani. Both teams finished 5-6 but the Red Raiders are in because of a 76-60 win over the Falcons on Dec. 23.
Like in the East, a coin flip will determine the No. 2 seed as Nanakuli, Radford and Leilehua all finished at 8-2.
Campbell (6-4) gets the fifth seed after a 54-53 win over Aiea and Waianae (5-5) is the sixth seed with Kapolei out.
In the OIA White playoffs, Kaimuki (4-7) holds the tiebreaker over Castle (4-7) due to a 43-38 win on Jan. 8 and therefore, will get the top seed out of the East. The Knights are the No. 2 seed and McKinley (2-9) gets the third seed with Kalaheo and Anuenue left out.
Pearl City (3-7) gets the tiebreaker over Aiea due to a 52-40 win over Na Alii on Jan. 8. Aiea had a chance to jump past the Chargers on Thursday, but lost by a point to the Sabers.
Waipahu (1-9) gets the third seed with the Bulldogs out.
OIA Girls Basketball Playoffs
Friday, Jan. 30
East 3 vs. Waianae (5-5)
East 4 vs. Campbell (6-4)
Moanalua (7-4) vs. West 4
Kahuku (5-6) vs. West 3
Castle (4-7) vs. Waipahu (1-9)
McKinley (2-9) vs. Aiea (3-7)
Saturday, Jan. 31
Mililani (10-0) vs. East 4/Campbell winner
West 2 vs. East 3/Waianae winner
Roosevelt (11-0) vs. Moanalua/West 4 winner
East 2 vs. West 3/Kahuku winner