2013 Oahu Interscholastic Association Football Season

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2013 Oahu Interscholastic Association Football Season
League HHSAA
Sport Football
Duration August - November 2013
Number of teams 23
TV partner(s) OC1012
Regular season
OIA Red Champion
OIA White Champion
Mililani Trojans
Kaiser Cougars
Season MVP

Red-East:

  • Micah Kaneshiro (QB; MOAN)
  • Sanele Lavatai (RB; FAR)
  • Mathias Tuitele-Iafeta (LB; McK)

Red-West:

  • Isaac Hurd (QB; CAMP)
  • Vavae Malepeai (RB; MIL)
  • Keli'i Padello (DB; MIL)

White:

  • Noah Brum (QB; KAL)
  • Blake Cooper (LB; PC)
Top scorer Red: Vavae Malepeai (MIL)
White: Thomas Leong (KAIS)
Football seasons
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2013 OIA Football Standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
OIA Red-East
#8 Farrington   6 0         8 3  
#10 Kahuku   5 1         6 5  
#15 McKinley   3 3         5 5  
#16 Moanalua   3 3         3 6  
#23 Castle   2 4         3 6  
Kailua   2 4         2 7  
Kaimuki   0 6         1 7  
OIA Red-West
#2 Mililani   6 0         10 1  
#4 Campbell   4 2         8 3  
#7 Waianae   4 2         7 3  
#11 Kapolei   3 3         6 4  
#5 Leilehua   3 3         6 4  
#22 Waipahu   1 5         2 7  
#19 Aiea   0 6         2 6  
OIA White
#13 Kaiser   8 0         10 1  
#25 Pearl City   6 2         7 4  
Radford   6 2         7 3  
Kalani   6 2         6 4  
Nanakuli   4 4         4 5  
Waialua   3 5         3 6  
Kalaheo   2 6         2 7  
Roosevelt   1 7         1 8  
Anuenue   0 8         0 9  
*Rankings from State Freeman Ratings
As of November 3, 2013; Rankings from AP Poll

The 2013 OIA Football Season will be the 73rd HHSAA football season for the Oahu Interscholastic Association. Comprising 23 member schools, the season will start in August 2012 and will end with the HHSAA State Championship Game in November.

Previous Season[edit]

The 2012 OIA Champions were the Kahuku High School Red Raiders (6-0; 12-0) for the OIA-Red and the Radford High School Rams (7-1; 11-2) for the OIA White.

In the post season HHSAA Championship, Kahuku went on to beat the Punahou Buffnblu of the ILH to win the 2012 HHSAA State Division I Championship for the second year in a row. Radford lost to the eventual Division II Champions Iolani Raiders (ILH) in the semi-final round.

Preseason[edit]

Interleague[edit]

The 2013 Season will begin with schools of all 3 divisions playing against schools outside the OIA.

Date OIA Team Opponent Opponent League/Division Venue Result
August 9 Castle Knights #4 KS-Kapalama Warriors ILH Div. I Castle Stadium • Kaneohe, HI KSK 15-0
August 9 Nanakuli Golden Hawks Kapaa Warriors KIF Vidinha Stadium • Lihue, HI KAPA 56-12
August 10 Kalaheo Mustangs KS-Hawaii Warriors BIIF Div. II Kamehameha Paiea • Keaau, HI KSH 26-23
August 10 #17 Radford Rams #14 Pac-5 Wolf Pack ILH Div. II Aloha StadiumHalawa, HI RAD 47-15
August 10 Kalani Falcons #8 Iolani Raiders ILH Div. II Aloha StadiumHalawa, HI IOL 51-36
August 10 Anuenue Na Koa Waimea Na Menehune KIF Hanapepe Ball Park • Hanapepe, HI WMEA 42-0
August 15 #3 Mililani Trojans #1 Punahou Buffnblu ILH Div. I John Kauinana Stadium • Mililani HI PUN 24-14
August 16 #8 Farrington Governors #5 KS-Kapalama Warriors ILH Div. I Kunuiakea Stadium • Honolulu, HI KSK 38-3
August 16 #15 Aiea Na Alii #22 Pac-Five Wolf Pack ILH Div. II Aiea Field • Aiea, HI AIEA 33-8
August 16 Castle Knights #24 Damien Monarchs ILH Div. II Castle Stadium • Kaneohe, HI CAST 27-13
August 17 #4 Leilehua Mules #9 Iolani Raiders ILH Div. II Kozuki Stadium • Honolulu, HI LEI 56-35
August 17 #2 Kahuku Red Raiders #7St. Louis Crusaders ILH Div. I Aloha StadiumHalawa, HI STL 45-24
August 23 #16 Waipahu Marauders Westlake Warriors (CA) CIF Southern Masa Yonamine Athletic Complex • Waipahu, Waipahu, HI WLKE 59-8
August 30 #5 Leilehua Mules Vincent Massey Trojans (BC) Hugh Yoshida Stadium • Wahiawa, HI LEI 65-6
August 31 #6 Kahuku Red Raiders East Leopards (UT) UHSAA 4A East High School Stadium • Salt Lake City, UT EAST 38-15

Red rows indicate an OIA loss.

Interdivision[edit]

OIA schools also played against other OIA schools in other divisions.

Date Home Away Home Division Away Division Venue Result
August 9 Roosevelt Rough Riders #21 McKinley Tigers White Red-East Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI McK 6-0
August 9 #19 Aiea Na Alii #19 Kailua Surfriders Red-West Red-East Aiea Field • Aiea, HI AIEA 15-0
August 9 #11 Moanalua Na Menehune #3 Mililani Trojans Red-East Red-West Moanalua Stadium • Salt Lake, HI MIL 26-2
August 9 #12 Kapolei Hurricanes Pearl City Chargers Red-West White Kapolei Stadium • Kapolei, HI KAP 21-0
August 9 Waialua Bulldogs Kaimuki Bulldogs White Red-East Toshi Nakasone Field • Waialua, HI KAIM 28-7
August 9 #9 Waianae Seariders #6 Farrington Governors Red-West Red-East Raymond Torii Field • Waianae, HI WNAE 33-16
August 9 #25 Kaiser Cougars #10 Campbell Sabers White Red-West Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI CAMP 21-7
August 16 #16 Waipahu Marauders Kaimuki Bulldogs OIA Red-West OIA Red-East Masa Yonamine Athletic Complex • Waipahu, Waipahu, HI ---
August 16 #11 Campbell Sabers Kailua Surfriders OIA Red-West OIA Red-East Campbell Stadium • Ewa Beach, HI ---
August 16 #10 Kapolei Hurricanes #18 McKinley Tigers OIA Red-West OIA Red-East Kapolei Stadium • Kapolei, HI ---
August 16 #6 Waianae Seariders #13 Moanalua Surfriders OIA Red-West OIA Red-East Raymond Torii Stadium • Waianae, HI ---

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

Regular Season[edit]

Rankings are Freeman state rankings (includes all HHSAA leagues and divisions) as of the week of the game. Only top 25 ranking numbers are shown.

Week 1[edit]

Date Visiting Team Home Team Venue Division TV/Radio Result
August 16 Kalaheo Roosevelt Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA White KLEO 15-0
August 17 #12 Radford Anuenue John Velasco Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA White RAD 67-0
August 17 Kalani #22 Kaiser Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA White KAIS 62-20
August 17 Nanakuli Waialua Nanakuli Field • Nanakuli, HI OIA White NANA 22-19

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

Week 2[edit]

Date Visiting Team Home Team Venue Division TV/Radio Result
August 23 Kaimuki #12 Kahuku Carleton Weimer Field • Kahuku, HI OIA Red-East KAH 40-14
August 23 Kailua Castle Knight Stadium • Kaneohe, HI OIA Red-East OC1012 KLUA 23-20 OT
August 23 #15 Moanalua #22 McKinley Ticky Vasconcellos Stadium • Honolulu, HI OIA Red-East McK 28-21
August 23 #9 Campbell #6 Leilehua Hugh Yoshida Stadium • Wahiawa, HI OIA Red-West LEI 28-21
August 23 #4 Mililani #8 Kapolei John Kauinana Stadium • Mililani HI OIA Red-West MIL 35-0
August 23 Roosevelt Waialua Toshi Nakasone Field • Waialua, HI OIA White WLUA 41-6
August 23 Pearl City #23 Kaiser Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA White KAIS 40-8
August 23 #13 Radford Nanakuli Nanakuli Field • Nanakuli, HI OIA White RAD 43-14
August 24 Kalaheo Anuenue Kaiser Stadium • Hawaii Kai, HI OIA White KHEO 34-0
August 24 #7 Waianae #11 Aiea Aiea Field • Aiea, HI OIA Red-West WNAE 29-13

Red rows indicate a hometeam loss.

Post Season[edit]

OIA Red Play-offs[edit]

Round 1 Wild Card Games[edit]

Date Lower Seed (Visiting) Higher Seed (Home) Result
Oct 18 E5 Kailua W4 Kapolei KAP 42-27
Oct 18 W6 Waipahu E3 McKinley MCK 36-15
Oct 18 W5 Leilehua E4 Moanalua LEI 54-17
Oct 19 E6 Castle W3 Waianae WAI 37-7

Finals Bracket[edit]

All ranks are state rankings as of the start of each game.

Quarter Finals @ Higher Seed
October 11, 2013
Semi-Finals @ Aloha Stadium
October 24, 2013
Finals @ Aloha Stadium
November 1, 2013
                 
E1 #10 Farrington 17
W4 #8 Kapolei 10
E1 #10 Farrington 7
W2 #4 Campbell 0
W2 #6 Campbell 40
E3 #14 McKinley 13
E1 #5 Farrington 6
W1 #2 Mililani 37
E2 #11 Kahuku 45
W3 #4 Waianae 20
E2 #7 Kahuku 22
W1 #2 Mililani 37
W1 #2 Mililani 21
W5 #7 Leilehua 9
3rd Place @ John Kauinana Stadium
November 2, 2013
     
W2 #8 Campbell 28
E2 #7 Kahuku 7
  • RED-Champ: Mililani High School Trojans
  • 2nd Place: Farrington High School Governors
  • 3rd Place: Campbell High School Sabers

Note:

Will advance to play for HHSAA DI championship playoff. see HHSAA DI football championship bracket.
* Denotes Overtime Game

OIA White Play-offs[edit]

^ Clinched state tournament berth

Finals Bracket[edit]

All ranks are state rankings as of the start of each game.

Semifinal @ Higher Seed
18 October 2013
Championship @ Aloha Stadium
TBD
           
1 Kaiser 51
4 #24 Radford 3
#13 Kaiser 41
#25 Pearl City 21
3 Kalani 14
2 Pearl City 28
  • WHITE-Champ: Kaiser High School Cougars
  • 2nd Place: Pearl City High School Chargers

Note:

Will advance to play for HHSAA DII championship playoffs. see HHSAA DII football championship bracket.

HHSAA State Tournament[edit]

Division I[edit]

  First Round @ Higher Seed
8 November 2013
    Semifinals @ Aloha Stadium
15 November 2013
    Championship @ Aloha Stadium
23 November 2013
                           
        2  #2 Mililani 41  
  4  #20 Hilo 27     6  #4 Campbell 7    
  6  #4 Campbell 42         2  #2 Mililani 22
      1  #1 Punahou 28
        1  #1 Punahou 48    
  3  #18 Baldwin 3     5  #9 Farrington 6  
  5  #8 Farrington 21  

* Denotes overtime game

DIVISION I STATE CHAMPION:

RUNNER-UP:

Division II[edit]

  First Round @ Higher Seed
9 November 2013
    Semifinals @ Aloha Stadium
16 November 2012
    Championship @ Aloha Stadium
23 November 2013
                           
        1  #7 Lahainaluna 9  
  4  #13 Kaiser 59     4  #11 Kaiser 20    
  5  #21 Konawaena 6         4  #7 Kaiser 17
      3  #10 Kauai 7
        2  #14 Iolani 7    
  3  #12 Kauai 13     3  #12 Kauai 28  
  6  #25 Pearl City 7  

* Denotes overtime game

DIVISION I STATE CHAMPION:

RUNNER-UP:

Season Records[edit]

Team/Game Records[edit]

  • Most points, single team: 70, Kaiser (vs. Nanakuli) — 13 September 2013
  • Most points, total: 91, Leilehua (56) and Iolani (ILH) (35) — 17 August 2013
  • Most points, season: 318, Radford
  • Largest point margin: 67, Radford (67) and Anuenue (0) — 17 August 2013
  • Highest net yardage, season: 3144 yards, Radford
  • Highest net yardage, single game: 588 yards, Radford (vs. Pac-5) — 10 August 2013
  • Highest net passing yardage, season: 2223 yards, Kalani
  • Highest net passing yardage, single game: 447 yards, Radford (vs. Roosevelt) — 13 September 2013
  • Highest net rushing yardage, season: 1323 yards, Waianae
  • Highest net rushing yardage, single game: 346 yards, Kahuku (vs. Kaimuki) — 23 August 2013

Player Records/Conference Leaders[edit]

Passing

Name School Division Yards Yards Per Game Completion Percentage Passer Rating (NFL)
Noah Brum Kalani White 2797 279.7 54.4 107.9
Cody Lui-Yuen Radford White 2731 273.1 56.4 110.9
Micah Kaneshiro Moanalua Red-East 2726 302.9 57.1 80.9
Isaac Hurd Campbell Red-West 2105 191.4 58.4 89.6
Jordan Taamu Pearl City White 1540 140 48.0 73.2

Rushing

Name School Division Yards Yards Per Game Yards Per Carry Touchdowns
Vavae Malepeai Mililani Red-West 1241 124.1 6.0 19
Chazz Troutman Nanakuli White 979 122.4 8.6 11
Sanele Lavatai Farrington Red-East 971 88.3 5.9 13
Triston Pebria Kapolei Red-West 822 91.3 5.7 13
Makena Johnston Kalaheo White 690 86.3 9.2 7

Receiving

Name School Division Yards Yards Per Game Yards Per Carry Touchdowns
Absolom Henry Radford White 1041 104.1 18.6 12
Trevor Yamashita Kalani White 910 91 15.5 10
Jason Sharsh Moanalua Red-East 858 95.3 13.8 6
Chad Aragon Moanalua Red-East 825 91.7 12.5 9
Brandon Roberts Kalani White 723 80.3 12.5 15

Scoring

Name Position School Division Total Points
Thomas Leong Wide Receiver/Runningback Kaiser White 137
Vavae Malepeai Runningback Mililani Red-West 120
Brandon Roberts Wide Receiver Kalani White 100
Fitou Fisiiahi Runningback Kaiser White 87
Isaac Hurd Quarterback Campbell Red-West 84
Jameson Pasigan Wide Receiver Radford White 84

Head Coaches[edit]

New Head Coaches[edit]

2 coaching changes occurred before or during the 2013 season.

School Former Head Coach (Record) New Head Coach Notes
Pearl City Chargers David Hallums (5-4) Robin Kami Stepped down for unknown reasons after only a year with the Chargers.
Nanakuli Golden Hawks Skip Lopes (10-31) Keala Watson Despite making it to the OIA White Championship game and the HHSAA State Tournament semi-final round in 2012, Lopes will be replaced by Nanakuli JV coach Keala Watson after 7 years with the Hawks.

HHSAA Weekly Rankings[edit]

Preseason
Week 1
August 15
Week 2
August 22
Week 3
August 29
Week 4
September 6
Week 5
September 13
Week 6
September 19
Week 7
September 27
Week 8
October 3
Week 9
October 10
Week 10
October 18
Week 11
October 24
Week 12
November 1
Week 13
November 8
Week 14
November 15
Week 15
{{{Week16Date}}}
1. Kahuku Punahou (1-0) Punahou (1-0) Punahou (1-0) Punahou (2-0) Punahou (3-0) Punahou (4-0) Punahou (5-0) Punahou (6-0) Punahou (7-0) Punahou (8-0) Punahou (8-0) Punahou (9-0) Punahou (9-0) Punahou (9-0) {{{Week16-1}}} 1.
2. Punahou Kahuku (0-0) St. Louis (2-0) Mililani (2-1) Mililani (3-1) Mililani (4-1) Mililani (4-1) Mililani (5-1) Mililani (6-1) Mililani (7-1) Mililani (7-1) Mililani (8-1) Mililani (9-1) Mililani (10-1) Mililani (10-1) {{{Week16-2}}} 2.
3. Mililani Mililani (1-0) Kahuku (0-1) St. Louis (2-0) KS-Kapalama (4-0) KS-Kapalama (5-0) KS-Kapalama (5-1) KS-Kapalama (6-1) KS-Kapalama (6-1) KS-Kapalama (7-1) KS-Kapalama (8-1) KS-Kapalama (9-1) KS-Kapalama (9-2) KS-Kapalama (9-2) KS-Kapalama (9-2) {{{Week16-3}}} 3.
4. KS-Kapalama Leilehua (0-0) Mililani (1-1) KS-Kapalama (3-0) Leilehua (3-0) Waianae (4-1) St. Louis (4-1) St. Louis (4-1) St. Louis (5-1) St. Louis (5-2) Waianae (7-2) Campbell (7-2) St. Louis (6-3) Campbell (8-3) Campbell (9-3) {{{Week16-4}}} 4.
5. Leilehua KS-Kapalama (1-0) KS-Kapalama (2-0) Leilehua (2-0) St. Louis (2-1) St. Louis (3-1) Campbell (4-1) Waianae (4-2) Waianae (5-2) Waianae (6-2) St. Louis (6-2) St. Louis (6-3) Farrington (8-2) Leilehua (6-4) Leilehua (6-4) {{{Week16-5}}} 5.
6. Farrington Waianae (1-0) Leilehua (1-0) Kahuku (1-1) Waianae (3-1) Leilehua (3-1) Waianae (4-2) Campbell (4-2) Campbell (5-2) Campbell (6-2) Campbell (6-2) Leilehua (6-3) Leilehua (6-4) St. Louis (6-3) St. Louis (6-3) {{{Week16-6}}} 6.
7. St. Louis St. Louis (1-0) Waianae (2-0) Waianae (3-0) Campbell (3-1) Campbell (3-1) Kapolei (5-1) Kapolei (5-1) Kapolei (5-2) Leilehua (5-3) Leilehua (6-3) Kahuku (6-3) Kahuku (6-4) Waianae (7-3) Lahainaluna (10-0) {{{Week16-7}}} 7.
8. Iolani Farrington (0-1) Kapolei (2-0) Campbell (2-1) Kahuku (1-2) Kahuku (2-2) Kahuku (2-2) Leilehua (4-2) Leilehua (4-3) Kapolei (5-3) Kapolei (6-3) Waianae (7-3) Campbell (7-3) Farrington (8-3) Waianae (7-3) {{{Week16-8}}} 8.
9. Waianae Iolani (1-0) Campbell (1-0) Aiea (2-1) Kapolei (3-1) Kapolei (4-1) Leilehua (3-2) Kahuku (3-2) Kahuku (5-2) Lahainaluna (7-0) Lahainaluna (8-0) Lahainaluna (9-0) Lahainaluna (10-0) Lahainaluna (10-0) Farrington (9-3) {{{Week16-9}}} 9.
10. Campbell Kapolei (1-0) Iolani (1-1) Iolani (2-1) Kaiser (2-1) Kaiser (3-1) Kaiser (4-1) Lahainaluna (6-0) Lahainaluna (6-0) Farrington (6-2) Farrington (6-2) Farrington (7-2) Waianae (7-3) Kahuku (6-5) Kahuku (6-5) {{{Week16-10}}} 10.
11. Moanalua Campbell (1-0) Aiea (2-0) Farrington (0-2) Iolani (3-1) Farrington (2-2) Lahainaluna (5-0) Farrington (4-2) Kauai (5-0) Kahuku (5-3) Kahuku (5-3) Kauai (7-0) Kauai (8-0) Kapolei (6-4) Kaiser (11-1) {{{Week16-11}}} 11.
12. Kapolei Radford (1-0) Farrington (0-2) Kapolei (2-1) Farrington (1-2) Lahainaluna (4-0) Farrington (3-2) Kaiser (5-1) Farrington (5-2) Kaiser (7-1) Kauai (6-0) Kapolei (6-4) Kapolei (6-4) Kauai (8-0) Kauai (9-0) {{{Week16-12}}} 12.
13. Lahainaluna Moanalua (0-1) Radford (2-0) Radford (3-0) Lahainaluna (3-0) Iolani (3-2) Kauai (4-0) Kauai (4-0) Kaiser (6-1) Kauai (6-0) Kaiser (8-1) Kaiser (9-1) Kaiser (9-1) Kaiser (10-1) Kapolei (6-4) {{{Week16-13}}} 13.
14. Pac-Five Lahainaluna (0-0) Lahainaluna (1-0) Lahainaluna (2-0) Aiea (2-2) Kauai (3-0) Waipahu (2-3) Iolani (4-3) Moanalua (2-5) Moanalua (3-5) McKinley (5-4) McKinley (5-5) Iolani (7-4) Iolani (7-4) Iolani (7-4) {{{Week16-14}}} 14.
15. Waipahu Aiea (1-0) Moanalua (0-2) McKinley (2-1) McKinley (3-1) Aiea (2-4) Iolani (3-3) Konawaena (5-1) Iolani (4-4) Iolani (5-4) Iolani (5-4) Moanalua (3-6) Moanalua (3-6) McKinley (5-5) McKinley (5-5) {{{Week16-15}}} 15.
16. Baldwin Waipahu (0-0) Waipahu (1-0) Baldwin (1-1) Moanalua (1-3) Moanalua (1-4) Moanalua (2-4) Moanalua (2-5) Waipahu (2-5) Waipahu (2-6) Moanalua (3-6) Iolani (6-4) McKinley (5-5) Moanalua (3-6) Moanalua (3-6) {{{Week16-16}}} 16.
17. Radford Kealakehe (0-0) Kealakehe (0-0) Kaiser (1-1) Baldwin (1-2) Baldwin (2-2) Aiea (2-4) Waipahu (2-4) Konawaena (6-1) Aiea (2-6) Aiea (2-6) Kapaa (4-4) Kapaa (4-4) Kapaa (4-4) Kapaa (4-4) {{{Week16-17}}} 17.
18. Kealakehe McKinley (1-0) Baldwin (0-1) Kealakehe (0-1) Kauai (2-0) Castle (2-3) Baldwin (2-3) Aiea (2-5) Baldwin (4-3) Baldwin (5-3) Baldwin (5-3) Baldwin (5-4) Baldwin (6-4) Baldwin (6-4) Baldwin (6-5) {{{Week16-18}}} 18.
19. Aiea Baldwin (0-1) Kauai (1-0) Moanalua (0-3) Radford (3-1) McKinley (3-2) Konawaena (4-1) Hilo (5-1) Aiea (2-5) Hilo (7-1) Hilo (8-1) Aiea (2-6) Aiea (2-6) Aiea (2-6) Aiea (2-6) {{{Week16-19}}} 19.
20. Kauai Kauai (1-0) Kapaa (1-1) Waipahu (1-1) Kapaa (2-1) Radford (4-1) Castle (2-4) Baldwin (3-3) McKinley (3-4) McKinley (4-4) Kapaa (4-3) Hilo (9-1) Hilo (10-1) Hilo (10-1) Hilo (10-1) {{{Week16-20}}} 20.
21. McKinley Kapaa (1-0) Castle (1-1) Kauai (2-0) Kealakehe (1-1) Waipahu (2-2) McKinley (3-3) McKinley (3-4) Hilo (6-1) Kapaa (3-3) Konawaena (7-2) Waipahu (2-7) Castle (3-6) Konawaena (9-2) Pearl City (7-4) {{{Week16-21}}} 21.
22. Konawaena Pac-Five (0-1) McKinley (1-1) Kapaa (1-1) Konawaena (2-1) Konawaena (3-1) Radford (5-1) Castle (2-4) Kapaa (3-3) Konawaena (6-2) Waipahu (2-7) Castle (3-6) Konawaena (9-2) Waipahu (2-7) Waipahu (2-7) {{{Week16-22}}} 22.
23. Kailua Kaiser (0-1) Kaiser (0-1) Kailua (1-2) Waipahu (1-2) Hilo (3-1) Hilo (4-1) Kapaa (3-2) Radford (7-1) Radford (7-1) Castle (3-6) Maui (6-3) Waipahu (2-7) Castle (3-6) Maui (6-4) {{{Week16-23}}} 23.
24. Damien Damien (1-0) Hilo (1-0) Castle (1-2) Castle (1-3) Kapaa (2-1) Kapaa (2-2) Radford (6-1) Castle (2-5) Castle (3-5) Radford (7-2) Konawaena (8-2) Maui (6-4) Maui (6-4) Konawaena (9-3) {{{Week16-24}}} 24.
25. Kaiser Konawaena (0-0) Konawaena (1-0) Hawaii Prep (2-0) Hilo (2-1) Damien (2-2) Maui (4-1) Hawaii Prep (4-2) Hawaii Prep (5-2) Hawaii Prep (6-2) Maui (5-3) Pearl City (7-3) Pearl City (7-3) Pearl City (7-3) Castle (3-6) {{{Week16-25}}} 25.
Preseason
Week 1
August 15
Week 2
August 22
Week 3
August 29
Week 4
September 6
Week 5
September 13
Week 6
September 19
Week 7
September 27
Week 8
October 3
Week 9
October 10
Week 10
October 18
Week 11
October 24
Week 12
November 1
Week 13
November 8
Week 14
November 15
Week 15
{{{Week16Date}}}
Dropped:
Kailua (0-1)
Dropped:
Pac-Five (0-2)
Damien (1-1)
Dropped:
Hilo (1-1)
Konawaena (1-1)
Dropped:
Hawaii Prep (2-1)
Kailua (1-3)
Dropped:
Kealakehe (1-2)
Dropped:
Damien (3-2)
Dropped:
Maui (4-2)
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
Hawaii Prep (7-2)
Dropped:
Radford (7-3)
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
None
Legend
  Increase in ranking
  Decrease in ranking
(#-#)   Win-loss record
Italic   Season Ended
Bold   Clinched State Tournament Berth

Other HHSAA League Standings[edit]

All numbered rankings are top 25 of 47 teams.

2013 BIIF Football Standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
Division I
#20 Hilo   9 0         10 1  
Kealakehe   4 5         4 6  
Waiakea   2 6         3 8  
Keaau   1 7         1 7  
Division II
#21 Konawaena   8 1         9 2  
Hawaii Prep   6 3         8 3  
KS-Hawaii   4 4         5 5  
Honokaa   0 8         0 9  
*Rankings from State Freeman Ratings
As of November 7, 2013; Rankings from AP Poll
2013 ILH Football Standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
Division I
#1 Punahou   7 0         9 0  
#3 KS-Hawaii   6 2         9 2  
#6 St. Louis   4 3         6 3  
Division II
#14 Iolani   5 3         7 4  
Damien   3 5         4 6  
Pac-Five   1 6         1 8  
St. Francis   0 7         1 8  
*Rankings from State Freeman Ratings
As of November 7, 2013; Rankings from AP Poll
2013 KIF Football Standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
#12 Kauai   6 0         8 0  
#17 Kapaa   3 3         4 4  
Waimea   0 6         1 8  
*Rankings from State Freeman Ratings
As of November 7, 2013; Rankings from AP Poll
2013 MIL Football Standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
Division I
#18 Baldwin   6 2         6 4  
#24 Maui   4 4         6 4  
Division II
#9 Lahainaluna   8 0         10 0  
King Kekaulike   1 7         1 7  
KS-Maui   1 7         1 8  
8-Man
Seabury Hall   6 0          
Molokai   4 2          
Hana   2 4          
St. Anthony   0 6          
*Rankings from State Freeman Ratings
As of November 7, 2013; Rankings from AP Poll
2013 OIA Football Standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
OIA Red-East
#8 Farrington   6 0         8 3  
#10 Kahuku   5 1         6 5  
#15 McKinley   3 3         5 5  
#16 Moanalua   3 3         3 6  
#23 Castle   2 4         3 6  
Kailua   2 4         2 7  
Kaimuki   0 6         1 7  
OIA Red-West
#2 Mililani   6 0         10 1  
#4 Campbell   4 2         8 3  
#7 Waianae   4 2         7 3  
#11 Kapolei   3 3         6 4  
#5 Leilehua   3 3         6 4  
#22 Waipahu   1 5         2 7  
#19 Aiea   0 6         2 6  
OIA White
#13 Kaiser   8 0         10 1  
#25 Pearl City   6 2         7 4  
Radford   6 2         7 3  
Kalani   6 2         6 4  
Nanakuli   4 4         4 5  
Waialua   3 5         3 6  
Kalaheo   2 6         2 7  
Roosevelt   1 7         1 8  
Anuenue   0 8         0 9  
*Rankings from State Freeman Ratings
As of November 3, 2013; Rankings from AP Poll