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Prep World

By Paul Honda

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LAST UPDATED: 10:43 p.m. HST, Sep 16, 2010


CORRECTION

» Eric Lum of Kailua had seven receptions for 108 yards, a touchdown and three points-after-touchdown vs. Moanalua. A list of honor roll athletes on an earlier version listed an incorrect first name.

 

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Jesse Carney
Kalaheo, football
The linebacker/running back rushed for 379 yards and six touchdowns on just 15 carries in a win over Kalani. The 5-foot-10, 180-pound senior now has 799 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns in three games for unbeaten Kalaheo (3-0).

Kyleigh Mann
Punahou, cross country
She won the girls 2-mile race with a time of 13 minutes, 31 seconds in Interscholastic League of Honolulu competition at Kualoa Ranch.

 

HONOR ROLL

Air Riflery
» Keanu Paikai, Kamehameha: 265 high score
» Celia Wong, Sacred Hearts: 269 high score

Bowling
» Brianna Guro, Maryknoll: 240 high game, 549 series
» Austin Patacsil, Kailua: 237 high game, 655 series
Cross Country
» Jordan Thibodeau, Kamehameha: won the boys 3-mile race in 16:26

Football
» Keven Amaral, Moanalua: passed for 220 yards and a TD against Kailua
» Cyrus Coen, Pearl City: the safety/running back rushed for 118 yards and two touchdowns against McKinley
» Keaka Fernandez, Kapolei: rushed for 127 yards and a touchdown against Radford
» Josh Gonda, Kaiser: 262 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 26 carries against Castle
» Steven Lakalaka, Punahou: rushed for 144 yards and a TD vs. Pac-Five
» Jordan Lee, 'Iolani: two field goals and an extra point in 13-6 win over Kamehameha
» Eric Lum, Kailua: seven receptions for 108 yards, a touchdown and three PATs vs. Moanalua
» Trent McKinney, Mililani: passed for 198 yards (16-for-20) and rushed for 40 more, plus two TDs, against Campbell
» Victor Moananu, Waipahu: rushed for 138 yards and a touchdown against Waialua
» Zachary Payomo, Mililani: 143 rushing yards and a touchdown against Campbell


POLLS

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 (31), 4-0 none last week at Roosevelt, Friday 310 1
2. Saint Louis, 4-1 beat Damien vs. Punahou, Friday 277 2
3. Punahou, 3-0 beat Pac-Five vs. Saint Louis, Friday 224 3
4. Farrington, 4-1 beat Roosevelt at Kailua, Friday 220 4
5. Mililani, 4-1 beat Campbell none this week 161 7
6. 'Iolani, 4-1 beat Kamehameha vs. Pac-Five, Friday 143 8
7. Leilehua, 2-1 none last week at Aiea, Friday 122 6
8. Castle, 4-1 beat Kaiser none this week 82 9
9. Kamehameha, 2-3 lost to 'Iolani none this week 76 5
10. Baldwin, 3-1 beat KS-Maui vs. Lahainaluna, Friday 33 --
» Also receiving votes: Pearl City 20, Hawaii Prep 11, Aiea 8, Waianae 4, Kailua 3, Lahainaluna 1, Radford 1.
» No longer in Top 10 (previous rank): Moanalua (No. 10).

GIRLS 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 (12), 6-0 beat La Pietra at MPI, today 120 1
2. Molokai, 2-0 beat Maui Prep none this week 102 3
3. Punahou, 6-1 beat Hanalani vs. 'Iolani, today 96 2
4. Moanalua, 5-0 beat McKinley at Kailua today 70 4
5. University, 3-2 lost to Kamehameha at SHA, today 62 6
6. 'Iolani, 3-1 beat Hanalani at St. Andrew's, Saturday 44 7
7. KS-Maui, 5-0 beat Maui at Baldwin, Thursday 43 8
8. Kahuku, 3-2 lost to Kaiser vs. Castle, Thursday 35 5
9. Waiakea, 4-0 beat Ka'u at KS-Hawaii, today 29 10
10. Mid-Pacific, 4-2 beat HBA vs. Kamehameha, today 16 --
» Also receiving votes: Kaiser 14, Pearl City 10, St. Francis 6, Maryknoll 5, Mililani 4.
» No longer in Top 10 (previous rank): Pearl City (No. 9).






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