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Prep World

For Tuesday, October 30, 2012

By Paul Honda

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TOP ATHLETES

GIRLS
Dakota Grossman
Seabury Hall cross country
She placed first in the 3-mile HHSAA girls state championships in 20 minutes, 21 seconds at Hawaii Prep’s campus. It is her third state title in three years.

BOYS
Jarin Morikawa
Mililani football
The 6-foot, 180-pound senior passed for 357 yards (22-for-35) and a season-high five touchdowns as the Trojans defeated Farrington 42-21 and advanced to the OIA Red final.

HONOR ROLL

BOWLING

» Collin Young, HBA: three-game series of 714 to win the ILH championships

CROSS COUNTRY

» Davis Kaahanui, Kamehameha: first in the HHSAA state championships in 17:09 at Hawaii Prep's campus

FOOTBALL

» Makoa Camanse-Stevens, Kamehameha: passed for 190 yards and three touchdowns against Punahou

» Semisi Filikitonga, Lahainaluna: passed for 171 yards and rushed for 43, accounting for three touchdowns in his varsity debut against Maui

» Reece Foy, ‘Iolani: passed for 181 yards (16-for-20) and three touchdowns against Pac-Five

» John Kamoku, Konawaena: rushed for 200 yards and three touchdowns against HPA

» Kahoali‘i Karratti, Konawaena: passed for 344 yards and three touchdowns against HPA

» Yuuya Kato, ‘Iolani: rushed for 155 yards and a touchdown against Damien

» Bobby Lum, HPA: rushed for 221 yards and a touchdown, and caught three passes for 55 yards and another score against Konawaena

» Domonic Morris, Konawaena: seven receptions for 156 yards and two touchdowns against HPA

» Luke Morris, Punahou: passed for 322 yards and four touchdowns, and rushed for 64 more against Kamehameha

» Alii Pedrina, Kamehameha: accumulated 148 yards and three touchdowns from scrimmage against Punahou

» Trent Sitar, Punahou: eight catches for 145 yards against Kamehameha

» Tyler Taumua, Farrington: 29 carries for 226 yards and two touchdowns against Mililani

» Aofaga Wily, Kahuku: 41 carries for 190 yards and two touchdowns against Leilehua

VOLLEYBALL

» Adora Anae, Kahuku: 22 kills against Mililani; 11 kills, 11 digs in a rematch with Mililani to lead the Red Raiders to the OIA Red title

» Savannah Kahakai, Farrington: 12 kills against Kailua

» Jordyn Keamo, Mililani: 15 kills against Kahuku; 11 kills in a rematch with Kahuku

» Amanda Loeffler, Castle: 12 kills against Kealakehe

» Ku‘ulei Lynch, Castle: 11 kills against Pearl City

» Chanelle Molina, Konawaena: 14 kills against Ka‘u

» Kaila Olson, Ka‘u: 16 kills against Konawaena

» Marley Strand-Nicolaisen, Ka‘u: 29 kills against Konawaena as the Trojans won their first BIIF girls title

» Olivia Wallace, Baldwin: 17 kills against King Kekaulike

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 MATCH NEXT MATCH PTS. PVS.
1. Punahou (11), 14-1 none last week state quarters, Wed. 110 1
2. Kamehameha, 12-3 none last week vs. Kalani, today 97 2
3. Kahuku, 13-1 beat Mililani state quarters, Wed. 86 3
4. Mililani, 12-2 lost to Kahuku vs. Castle, today 67 5
5. ‘Iolani, 9-6 none last week season over 64 4
6. Moanalua, 12-4 lost to Mililani vs. King Kekaulike, today 48 6
7. Farrington, 12-2 beat Kailua state quarters, Wed. 44 7
8. KS-Hawaii, 17-0 beat Hilo state quarters, Wed. 39 8
9. KS-Maui, 13-0 beat Baldwin state quarters, Wed. 26 9
10. St. Francis, 12-1 none last week state quarters, Wed. 16 10

>> Also receiving votes: Castle 4, Seabury Hall 2, Hilo 1, Mid-Pacific 1

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 (21), 9-0 beat Leilehua vs. Mililani, Friday 237 1
2. Punahou (3), 7-2 lost to Kamehameha none this week 211 2
3. Mililani, 9-1 beat Farrington vs. Kahuku, Friday 198 4
4. Farrington, 8-2 lost to Mililani vs. Leilehua, Sat. 146 3
5. Kamehameha, 6-3 beat Punahou season over 139 5
6. Leilehua, 7-3 lost to Kahuku vs. Farrington, Sat. 138 6
7. ‘Iolani, 7-3 none last week none this week 72 8
8. Saint Louis, 5-5 season over season over 64 7
9. Konawaena, 8-4 beat Hawaii Prep at KS-Hawaii, Friday 32 9
10. Waianae, 5-5 season over season over 20 10

>> Also receiving votes: Baldwin 15, Radford 15, Lahainaluna 11, Kealakehe 9, Kauai 6, Campbell 3, Kapolei 3, Nanakuli 1






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