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Prep World

By Paul Honda

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ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Jaymason Lee
Castle football
The senior quarterback passed for 372 yards and three touchdowns in a 29-28 upset of then-No. 2 Farrington.

Kim Pugliese
Mililani cross country
She led the Leilehua Fun Run girls 2-mile race with a time of 12 minutes, 27 seconds.

HONOR ROLL

BOWLING

» Jordan Murai, Damien: rolled a game-high 266 and 668 series
» Andrew Yamamoto, HBA: game-high of 225 and 621 series
» Rebecca Yonashiro, HBA: 226 game high and 570 series

CROSS COUNTRY

» Margarito Martinez, Leilehua: won the Leilehua Fun Run boys 2-mile race in 10 minutes, 36 seconds

FOOTBALL

» Isaiah Adams, Hawaii Prep: rushed for 168 yards and three touchdowns against Honokaa
» Tyrone Brown, Kahuku: rushed for 134 yards on 11 carries vs. Kaiser
» Blaine Furtado, Leilehua: rushed for 131 yards and two touchdowns against Campbell
» Kahaku Iaea, Kailua: the sophomore passed for 306 yards and two touchdowns against Roosevelt
» Dustin Kalai, Kailua: pulled in seven passes for 108 yards against Roosevelt
» Joshua Kong, Castle: caught five passes for 138 yards and two touchdowns against Farrington
» Victor Moananu, Waipahu: rushed for 134 yards and two touchdowns against Kalani
» Hassan Richardson, Mililani: caught eight passes for 102 yards and two touchdowns against Waianae
» Scotland Smith, Farrington: rushed for 160 yards and a touchdown against Castle
» Chester Sua, Kaimuki: rushed for 121 yards and three touchdowns against Waialua
» Jerry Tanupo Jr., Waipahu: rushed for 128 yards, including a 65-yard touchdown, on just three carries vs. Kalani

VOLLEYBALL

» Chelsey Keoho, Kamehameha: served up two aces and led the back-row defense in a two-set sweep at 'Iolani
» Misty Maa, Kamehameha: had a team-high seven kills against 'Iolani

ROLL CALL

FOOTBALL TOP 10

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.
TEAM, RECORD LAST GAME NEXT GAME PTS. PVS.
1. Kahuku (28), 4-0 beat Kaiser none this week 280 1
2. Saint Louis, 3-1 beat Kamehameha vs. Damien, Saturday 250 3
3. Punahou, 2-0 none last week vs. Pac-Five, Saturday 204 5
4. Farrington, 3-1 lost to Castle at Roosevelt, Friday 158 2
5. Kamehameha, 2-2 lost to Saint Louis vs. 'Iolani, Saturday 139 6
6. (tie) Leilehua, 2-1 beat Campbell none this week 121 7
6. (tie) Mililani, 3-1 lost to Waianae vs. Campbell, Friday 121 4
8. 'Iolani, 3-1 beat Damien vs. Kamehameha, Saturday 70 8
9. Castle, 3-1 beat Farrington vs. Kaiser, Friday 58 --
10. Moanalua, 2-1 none last week vs. Kailua, Friday 52 9
» Also receiving votes: Baldwin 42, Waianae 19, Pearl City 16, Hawaii Prep 7, Aiea 2, Lahainaluna 1.
» No longer in top 10 (previous rank): Baldwin (No. 10).

 

VOLLEYBALL TOP 10

The Top 10 high school girls volleyball 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.
TEAM, RECORD LAST GAME NEXT GAME PTS. PVS.
1. Kamehameha (11), 4-0 beat 'Iolani vs. University, today 187 1
2. Punahou (3), 4-0 beat St. Andrew's at Le Jardin, today 184 3
3. Molokai, 0-0 none last week vs. Maui Prep, Friday 165 2
4. Moanalua, 4-0 beat Kahuku at McKinley, today 131 4
5. Kahuku, 3-1 lost to Moanalua at Kaiser, today 120 9
6. University, 3-1 beat Maryknoll at Kamehameha, today 103 5
7. 'Iolani, 1-0 lost to Kamehameha vs. Hanalani, Friday 57 7
8. KS-Maui, 4-0 beat King Kekaulike vs. Maui, today 53 6
9. Pearl City, 4-0 beat Waipahu vs. Kapolei, today 28 --
10. Waiakea, 2-0 beat Pahoa vs. CLA, tomorrow 22 --
» Also receiving votes: Maryknoll 11, Sacred Hearts 9, St. Francis 6, Kaiser 5, Mililani 3, Waimea 3, Roosevelt 1, Castle 1, Mid-Pacific 1.
» No longer in top 10 (previous rank): Maryknoll (No. 9).






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