2013 OIA Red volleyball playoffs

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Mililani earns more time off to recharge

By Jerry Campany on October 24, 2013

The last thing the state wants to give Mililani is more time to rest. The Trojans, who hadn’t played in nearly a week, showed boundless energy in a 25-22, 25-20, 25-16 win over Moanalua for the OIA Red championship on Wednesday at McKinley. Na Menehune, on the other hand, were playing their fifth match in eight days and will have to win four straight to take the state title. “They are relentless, their energy is amazing,” Moanalua coach Tommy Lake […]

Video: #4 Mililani vs. #7 Moanalua

By Paul Honda on October 18, 2013

Moanalua has played better matches, no doubt, but Mililani simply took care of business. The Trojans weren’t completely sharp, either, so maybe nerves were part of this playoff match. But Mililani won in a three-game sweep anyway and advanced to the next round, where Kahuku awaited. Part 1 Part 2

OIA volleyball schedules set

By Hawaii Prep World on October 6, 2013

Here’s a look at the OIA Red and White girls volleyball playoff schedules, which are set to begin on Wednesday. OIA Red playoffs OIA White playoffs

OIA volleyball playoffs set

By Billy Hull on October 3, 2013

The OIA volleyball regular season has come to an end as the West division completed its final matches of the year on Wednesday night. The biggest winner of the evening was Waianae, which won an elimination game by knocking off Campbell in three sets to secure the West’s sixth and final berth in the OIA Red playoffs. The Seariders (4-6) will open next week against Farrington (8-3), the No. 3 seed out of the East. Mililani, ranked No. 5 in […]

OIA East volleyball seeds decided

By Billy Hull on October 2, 2013

Two upsets highlighted the final night of regular-season play in the OIA Red East on Tuesday as Kalani took down No. 6 Moanalua in three sets while Kaiser swept No. 9 Farrington. Kahuku (No. 1), Moanalua (No. 2), and Farrington (No. 3) entered Tuesday with its seeds already determined. Castle, Kalani and Kaiser were all tied at 6-4 as they played for the last three seeds. The Knights controlled their own destiny for the fourth seed (due to wins over […]

OIA volleyball playoffs take shape

By Billy Hull on October 1, 2013

The six teams advancing to the OIA Red playoffs out of the East have already been decided. The only thing up for grabs during tonight’s final regular season slate of games is who will get to host a match in the first round of the double-elimination tournament. Kahuku (10-0) and Moanalua (9-1) have already secured first-round byes with Farrington (8-2) locked into the third seed and an opening-round match at home against the West’s No. 6 seed when the playoffs […]