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Prep World

For Tuesday, August 31, 2010

By Star-Advertiser staff




» Trent McKinney Mililani football The senior rushed for 102 yards, passed for 242 more and accounted for five touchdowns (three by air, two by ground) in a win over Radford.


» Lei Siafuafu Mililani bowling She posted a high game of 232 and three-game high of 592 in Oahu Interscholastic Association West competition at Schofield Barracks.




» Sheldon Naauao, Pearl City: high game of 254 and three-game high of 678


» Tyrone Brown, Kahuku: rushed for 84 yards and two touchdowns against then-No. 2 Saint Louis
» DeForest Buckner, Punahou: deflected two passes in a new role at outside linebacker against Moanalua
» Duke Bukoski, Saint Louis: six catches for 102 yards and a TD against Kahuku
» Jesse Carney, Kalaheo: rushed for 240 yards and three TDs against Nanakuli
» Solomon Dixon, McKinley: the Idaho-bound cornerback rushed for 96 yards on nine carries and caught two passes for 28 yards vs. Waipahu
» Reece Foy, 'Iolani: passed for 299 yards and two touchdowns against Kaiser
» Blaine Furtado, Leilehua: rushed for 102 yards and a score against Kapolei
» Alex Ironside, McKinley: passed for 196 yards and ran for two touchdowns against Waipahu
» Steven Lakalaka, Punahou: rushed for 98 yards and caught five passes for 55 yards vs. Moanalua
» Marcus Mariota, Saint Louis: passed for 277 yards and rushed for 82 against Kahuku
» Victor Moananu, Waipahu: rushed for 97 yards and a score vs. McKinley
» Justin Pagan, Kalaheo: rushed for 120 yards and two touchdowns vs. Nanakuli
» Scotland Smith, Farrington: 140 rushing yards and a touchdown against Kamehameha
» Justin Tago, Campbell: completed 83 percent of his passes (24-for-29) for 165 yards and two touchdowns in an upset of Waianae
» Punga Vea, Kahuku: five receptions for 121 yards and a score against Saint Louis
» Aofaga Wily, Kahuku: rushed 21 times for 85 yards and a TD vs. Saint Louis



The Top 10 high school football teams as voted on by coaches and media from around the state. First-place votes in parentheses. Ten points for first-place votes, nine for second, eight for third, etc.
1. Kahuku (29), 3-0 beat Saint Louis at Kaiser, Friday 290 1
2. Farrington, 3-0 beat Kamehameha at Castle, Friday 225 6
3. Saint Louis, 2-1 lost to Kahuku vs. KS, Saturday 211 2
4. Mililani, 3-0 beat Radford vs. Waianae, Saturday 205 5
5. Punahou, 2-0 beat Moanalua none this week 200 4
6. Kamehameha, 2-1 lost to Farrington vs. Saint Louis, Sat. 165 3
7. Leilehua, 1-1 beat Kapolei at Campbell, Friday 95 7
8. 'Iolani, 2-1 beat Kaiser vs. Damien, Saturday 83 8
9. Moanalua, 2-1 lost to Punahou none this week 38 9
10. Baldwin, 1-1 lost to San Clemente none this week 33 10t
» Also receiving votes: Aiea 11, Campbell 11, Waianae 8, Castle 6, Hawaii Prep 5, Lahainaluna 4, Pearl City 4, Kapaa 1.

» No longer in Top 10 (previous rank): Waianae (tied at No. 10).



The first Top 10 high school girls volleyball poll of the season as voted on by coaches and media from around the state. First-place votes in parentheses. Ten points for first-place votes, nine for second, eight for third, etc.
1. Kamehameha (8), 1-0 beat Sacred Hearts vs. Maryknoll, Tuesday 100
2. Punahou (3), 1-0 beat Maryknoll vs. University, Tuesday 99
3. Molokai, 0-0 none last week Maui Prep, Sept. 10 73
4. Kahuku, 2-0 beat Farrington vs. Kailua, Tuesday 71
5. 'Iolani, 1-0 beat Christian Acad. vs. Mid-Pacific, Tuesday 62
6. University, 0-0 none last week at Punahou, Tuesday 45
7. KS-Maui, 2-0 beat Maui vs. Baldwin, Thursday 35
8. Moanalua, 2-0 beat Kaiser at Castle, Tuesday 33
9. Maryknoll, 1-1 lost to Punahou at Kamehameha, Tuesday 27
10. Waiakea, 0-0 none last week vs. Hilo, Tuesday 18
» Also receiving votes: Mid-Pacific 9, Pearl City 9, Hawaii Baptist 7, Mililani 4, Kaiser 3, Radford 2, Roosevelt 2, St. Francis 2.

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