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Prep World

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 02:07 a.m. HST, Nov 02, 2010


ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Margarito Martinez

Leilehua cross country
The senior claimed his second state boys crown in a row with a time of 15 minutes, 56 seconds in the Honolulu Marathon/HHSAA Girls Cross Country State Championship at Patsy Mink Central Oahu Regional Park.

 

Dakota Grossman

Seabury Hall cross country
The freshman pulled away to win the Honolulu Marathon/HHSAA Girls Cross Country State Championship at Patsy Mink Central Oahu Regional Park.

 

HONOR ROLL

Air Riflery

» Keanu Paikai, Kamehameha: captured the boys state title with a score of 552 (194 prone, 177 standing, 181 kneeling).

» Kristie Thornburg, Sacred Hearts: won the girls state title with a score of 540 (185 prone, 171 standing, 184 kneeling)

 

Bowling

» Austin Patacsil, Kailua: won the boys state championship with a total of 1,940 pins

» Tammi Sakaguchi, Kalaheo: took the girls state title with a total of 1,718 pins

 

Football

» Ammon Baldomero, 'Iolani: scored four touchdowns and finished with 97 rushing yards against Damien

» Trent McKinney, Mililani: passed for 317 yards and five touchdowns, rushed for 96 more yards in a playoff win over Waianae

 

Volleyball

» Kalei Adolpho, Molokai: The 6-1 middle was named to the D-II all-state tournament team

» Misty Ma'a, Kamehameha: 17 kills in the final, named most outstanding player in the D-I state tourney

 

THIS WEEK'S OAHU FOOTBALL GAMES

Friday

» OIA White championship: Kaimuki vs. Kalaheo at Aloha Stadium, 4:30

» OIA Red championship: Mililani vs. Kahuku at Aloha Stadium, 7:30 p.m.

 

Saturday

» OIA Red third place: Waianae at Leilehua, 7 p.m.

 

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL TOP 10

The final 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   PTS. PVS.
1. Kamehameha (10), 22-2 beat Punahou   100 2
2. Punahou, 20-3 lost to Kamehameha   90 1
3. Molokai, 12-0 beat University   80 3-t
4. Kahuku, 15-4 lost to Kamehameha-Hawaii 57 3-t
5. Kaiser, 12-6 beat Waiakea   52 --
6. University, 16-4 lost to Molokai   49 5
7. Waiakea, 17-3 lost to Kaiser   45 9
8. Kamehameha-Hawaii, 16-3 beat Kahuku   35 10
9. Mid-Pacific, 13-6 none last week   17 8
10. Moanalua, 15-5 lost to Pearl City   12 6

» Also receiving votes: Kamehameha-Maui 6, Hawaii Baptist 3, Maryknoll 2, Pearl City 2.

» No longer in Top 10 (previous rank): Kamehameha-Maui (No. 7).

 

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 (24), 10-0 beat Leilehua vs. Mililani, Friday 240 1
2. Saint Louis, 9-1 none last week none this week 216 2
3. Mililani, 9-1 beat Waianae vs. Kahuku, Friday 191 3
4. Leilehua, 6-3 lost to Kahuku vs. Waianae, Saturday 143 4
5. Baldwin, 9-1 beat Lahainaluna none this week 130 5
6. 'Iolani, 7-3 beat Damien none this week 114 6
7. Punahou, 6-3 season over season over 94 7
8. Waianae, 4-6 lost to Mililani vs. Leilehua, Saturday 61 10
9. Kamehameha, 5-5 lost to Saint Louis season over 54 8
10. Kaimuki, 9-1 none last week vs. Kalaheo 29 --

» Also receiving votes: Farrington 27, Kealakehe 9, Kamehameha-Hawaii 6, Lahainaluna 4, Castle 1, Kalaheo 1.

» No longer in Top 10 (previous rank): Farrington (No. 10).

 






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