Maui High vs. Lahainaluna
War Memorial Stadium * 7 p.m.
Lahainaluna, the top team in scoringlive.com's Division II state rankings, ends a string of playing in six consecutive weeks with this game. Maui High, which has not played in the postseason since 2000, must win to keep its first-round title hopes alive in Division I.
Sabers at a glance
Maui High had its best passing game of the season last week behind quarterback Justin Cravalho. Daniel Kelley is fourth on the MIL rushing list, and Jared Kapisi is fifth in receptions. The Sabers rank third in the league on offense, and second on defense.
Lunas at a glance
Lahainaluna leads the MIL in offense by 70.7 yards per game, and on defense by 178.7. Makoa Filikitonga is second, Christian Whitehead third and Jared Rocha-Islas fifth on the MIL rushing list. All three are also in the top five in the league in scoring.
Baldwin at King Kekaulike
King Kekaulike Stadium * 7 p.m.
Baldwin would clinch the first-round Division I title with a win here, or a Maui High loss today. King Kekaulike comes off its first-round bye still looking for its second touchdown and first win in MIL play under first-year coach Kyle Sanches.
Bears at a glance
Dusty Flores leads the league in rushing and ranks fourth in scoring. Jeremiah Badillo is second in the MIL in passing yards, while Josiah Maglente-Tonu ranks fourth. Baldwin is second in the league in offense, but at the bottom in defense.
Na Alii at a glance
King Kekaulike has missed injured quarterback Ryley Widell, ranked third in the league in passing yards after leading the MIL last season. Widell is also the team's leading rusher. Na Alii's offense ranks fifth in the league, while the defense is at No. 3.
x-clinched first-round championship
Lahainaluna 28, Baldwin 7
Maui High 27, Kamehameha Maui 14
Maui High vs. Lahainaluna at War Memorial Stadium, 7 p.m.
Baldwin at King Kekaulike, 7 p.m.