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The high school top 10

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        TEAM    Points    Last Week
  1. Kahuku (13)    148    1
  2. Punahou (2)    135    3
  3. Saint Louis    119    2
  4. Kapolei     107    4
  5. Waianae    86    5
  6. Farrington    67    6
  7. Mililani    63    7
  8. Campbell    31    NR
  9. Kapaa    30    9
10. Kamehameha    18    8
Also receiving votes: Baldwin 14, Iolani 4, Konawaena 2, Hilo 1

Girls volleyball
        TEAM    Points    Last Week
  1. Kahuku (14)    149    1
  2. Kamehameha (1)    134    2
  3. ‘Iolani     122    3
  4. Punahou     100    5
  5. Mililani    86    6
  6. Maryknoll    59    4
  7. King Kekaulike    57    8
  8. Moanalua    50    7
  9. Le Jardin    30    NR
10. Hawaii Baptist     9    9
10. Waiakea    9    10
Also receiving votes: Kapolei 7,
KS-Hawaii 6, Hilo 3, Mid-Pacific 1,
Kalaheo 1, Hana 1, Damien 1


Ryan Dominick, Punahou
The senior outside linebacker recovered a fumble, had a sack and intercepted Saint Louis QB Tua Tagovailoa inside the red zone late in the first half of a 33-20 win over Saint Louis last Thursday. Dominick helped hold Tagovailoa without a touchdown three weeks after the Saint Louis QB accounted for nine in a 64-44 win over the Buffanblu.

Kaimana Cameron, Damien
The junior defensive back forced overtime with a 23-yard field goal at the end of regulation, intercepted two passes on defense and booted the eventual winning extra point in a 50-49 victory over Pac-Five in triple overtime on Friday. Cameron kicked a 29-yard field goal in the first quarter and added a 47-yard field goal to force a third overtime.

Voted on by coaches and media statewide. First-place votes in parentheses. Ten points for first-place votes, nine for second, etc. 

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