POWER RANKINGS: (Week 14) – FINAL 2016 Football

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Saint Louis

7-1 league, 10-1 overall
2
Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa threw for 243 yards and rushed for 136 more with two total scores to lead the Crusaders over Kahuku 30-14. Saint Louis wins its first HHSAA title since 2010.
Congratulations to the Mighty Crusaders on their 2016 HHSAA Open Division Championship!

2

Kahuku

7-0 league, 11-2 overall
1
Harmon Brown rushed for 135 yards on 15 carries with a touchdown in a 30-14 loss to Saint Louis.

3

Kapolei

6-1 league, 10-3 overall
5
Season ended November 11th with a 54-7 loss to Kahuku in the HHSAA Open Division Semifinals.

4

Punahou

6-2 league, 7-3 overall
3
Season ended November 5th with a 33-21 loss to Kapolei in the HHSAA Open First Round.

5

Mililani

5-2 league, 9-3 overall
7
Darius Muasau led the Trojans on the ground with 101 yards on 22 carries as Mililani knocks off Iolani 31-20 to win their second HHSAA title in three years.
Congratulations to the Mighty Trojans on their 2016 HHSAA Division I Championship!

6

Waianae

5-2 league, 9-5 overall
6
Season ended November 11 with a 42-7 loss to Saint Louis in the HHSAA Open Division Semifinals.

7

Farrington

5-2 league, 8-4 overall
4
Season ended November 5th with a 14-8 loss to Kapolei in the HHSAA Open Division First Round.

8

Iolani

0-7 league, 5-8 overall
N/A
Tai-John Mizutani went 22 for 48 for 262 yards with two touchdown in a 31-20 loss to Mililani.

9

KS-Kapalama

2-5 league, 3-6 overall
9
Season ended October 14th with a 57-24 loss to Punahou in the ILH regular season.

10

Lahainaluna

5-3 league, 9-4 overall
N/A
Lunas hold Kapa'a to just 90 rushing yards in a 21-14 win to capture their first HHSAA title in school history.
Congratulations to the Mighty Lunas on their 2016 HHSAA Division II Championship!
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