A prowling Tiger is scoping out top rushing honors in the OIA's Division II.
Despite only two players weighing at least 200 pounds on defense, the Raiders are allowing just 11 points per game on defense thanks in large part to Lanakila Pei.
Hilo linebacker Kalen White is putting down the hammer in the BIIF.
For this week's standout player, we head up the hill to Kamehameha Schools to check out one of the Warriors' impact playmakers on defense.
His athleticism, skill, and deceptive speed have impressed many since being brought up from JV last post season.
Aiea receiver and defensive back Zacharia Kalahiki-Basque is a two-way standout and strong contender for Cover2's Herman Wedemeyer Award for "Iron Man" of the Year.
This will be the show-stealer of Saturday's three championship games.
This week's Rising Star is not a player, but a coach.
Number 42 is credited for making a 58-yard free kick, holding the state record for longest field goal.
His best game so far this year was against Pac-Five with 222 yards receiving and two touchdowns.
The Kauai senior has led the Red Raiders to a 5-2 overall record, 4-1 in league play.
When you go to a Saint Francis game, you'll notice they've got size across the field. All of them pale in comparison to left tackle Faaope "Ope" Laloulu.
The 6-foot-1, 160-pound sophomore has 18 tackles, 9.5 tackles for loss, 5 sacks, even a touchdown under his belt.
Kaimuki running back Ieke Seei-Cleveland has 800 yards rushing so far this year and nine touchdowns.
So far this year, Mililani senior Damien Santiago kicked 19 for 19 extra points with 97 points under his belt.
The 5-foot-11, 160-pound senior has 12 touchdowns and no interceptions so far this season.
The 5-foot-8, 160-pound junior has 549 rushing yards and four touchdowns on the season.
While not the largest player on the field, he's racked up some impressive numbers