Mililani had a strong 28-7 victory over St. Louis, who was previously ranked second, and this win moved Mililani up from the third position to the second spot in the latest High School Football America’s Hawaii Top 10 high school football rankings, which are backed by NFL Play Football.
Mililani’s next challenge will be against Mission Viejo, a nationally-ranked team from California. Mission Viejo holds the 49th position in the 300 preseason national rankings.
Kahuku, holding the top rank, is the sole team from the islands that appears in our national rankings. Kahuku began their season with a shutout win against Kamehameha and is ranked 92nd in the nation.
Aiea and Farrington have made their way into the rankings, securing the ninth and tenth spots, respectively. Aiea earned its spot in the statewide rankings by defeating preseason eighth-ranked Kapaa, who are the reigning champions in Division II, with a score of 41-17.
Farrington’s Top 10 ranking will be put to the test as they face off against Kapolei, ranked eighth, on Friday.
Top 10 High School Football America Hawaii
|No. 1 Kahuku||(1-0)||1|
|No. 2 Mililani||(1-0)||3|
|No. 3 Saint Louis||(0-1)||2|
|No. 4 ‘Iolani||(1-0)||4|
|No. 5 Punahou||(0-0)||5|
|No. 6 Kamehameha Kapalama||(0-1)||6|
|No. 7 Campbell||(0-0)||7|
|No. 8 Kapolei||(1-0)||9|
|No. 9 Aiea||(1-0)||NR|
|No. 10 Farrington||(1-0)||NR|