Undefeated Leilehua rises to 4th in latest #COVER2 Power Poll in Division I

Leilehua RB Randy Neverson celebrates a touchdown

WIth previously un-beatens Kahuku, Kamehameha, and Campbell all losing this past weekend, a shakeup in the latest Division I #COVER2 Power Poll has Leilehua for the first time this season, cracking the top five.

The Mules led behind running back Randy Neverson’s five touchdowns came in at number four, as the team is currently 5-0.

As for the rest of the top-5, Punahou and Mililani remain the 1-2 respectively, with Farrington up a spot to third.

Saint Louis jumped three spots to 5th after this past Saturday’s win over previous number-5 Kamehameha. The Warriors dropped a spot to 6th, while Kahuku tumbled three spots to 7th. The team that beat the Red Raiders, Kaiser, replaced Maui at number-10.

As for the D-2 rankings, the top-5 remained the same with Lahainaluna keeping their spot at the top. The only change had Pearl City get three more first place votes, as the Lunas now own 16 of the 20, with the Chargers getting the other four.



1. Punahou (18) 3-0
2. Mililani (2) 6-0
3. Farrington 5-0
4. Leilehua 5-0
5. Saint Louis 3-3
6. Kamehameha 3-1
7. Kahuku 4-1
8. Hilo 5-0
9. Campbell 4-1
10. Kaiser 3-2
Also receiving votes: Maui, Kapolei, Waianae


1. Lahainaluna (16) 5-0
2. Pearl City (4) 5-0
3. ‘Iolani 4-1
4. Nanakuli 5-0
5. Kapa’a 3-1
Also receiving votes: Kamehameha-Hawaii, Konawaena, Radford


The newest episode of #COVER2 : Hawaii High School Football Weekly will air this Thursday at 9:30pm on KHON2.

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