Punahou, Saint Louis swap spots in latest Cover2 Power Poll

Punahou Football

The Crusaders are unbeaten no more.

Punahou (5-1) takes over as the No. 2 team in the latest Cover2/GEICO Division I Power Poll after defeating the previously undefeated No. 3 Saint Louis (5-1) 33-20 last Thursday night at Aloha Stadium.

The rest of top 10 remains unchanged with Kahuku (7-1) still at the top spot.

With the start of the OIA D-I playoffs, No. 1 Kahuku, No. 4 Kapolei (7-1), No. 7 Mililani (5-2) and No. 9 Campbell (5-3) will be inactive this weekend after clinching first-round byes and a birth in at least the new HHSAA Division I State Tournament.

Kapa’a (6-0) now remains at the last undefeated team standing in the 808 state. They also maintain their spot at the top in the latest Cover2/GEICO Division II Power Poll.

After a one week absence from the D-II rankings, Lahainaluna (4-3) returns tied at the No. 5 spot with Damien (5-2). The Lunas were on a bye, but the Monarchs squeezed out a 50-49 triple overtime thriller victory over Pac-Five (2-3).

No. 3 Pearl City (5-1) was the only other active team in the top five this past weekend, blanking McKinley (0-6) 23-0.

#COVER2 Division I Power Poll
1. KAHUKU (19)               7-1
2. PUNAHOU (1)               5-1
3. SAINT LOUIS               5-1
4. KAPOLEI                       7-1
5. WAIANAE                     6-2
6. BALDWIN                     5-2
7. MILILANI                      5-2
8. FARRINGTON              5-2
9. CAMPBELL                   5-3
10. KAMEHAMEHA         3-4

Also Receiving Votes: HILO (5-1), LEILEHUA (3-5), MOANALUA (4-4), IOLANI (3-5)

#COVER2 Division II Power Poll
1. KAPA’A (20)                  6-0
2. KONAWAENA              5-1
3. PEARL CITY                  5-1
4. SAINT FRANCIS           3-2
T5. DAMIEN                      5-2
T5. LAHAINALUNA         4-3

Also Receiving Votes: WAIPAHU (6-1), KS-HAWAII (6-1)

Season IV of Cover2 Hawaii High School Football Weekly airs every Thursday night at 9:30 p.m. on KHON2.

The Cover2 Power Polls are voted on by 19 statewide media members, plus the viewer vote at KHON2.com.

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