After defeating the Molokai boys in straight sets Friday night at The Barn, the Hana Dragons entered into a tie for second place in the Maui Interscholastic League Division II standings.
Top performers for the Farmers volleyball team were Brahunson Kaai with eight kills and three blocks, Roycee Calairo, eight kills and two blocks and Paka Adolpho with six kills. But the Dragons, behind the leadership of Hunter Perry with 32 assists, swept Molokai 25-23, 25-16 and 25-19.
But the second place deadlock would last less than one day.
On Saturday, the two teams, tied with 5-3 MIL records, played again at The Barn starting at noon. This time the Farmers got the best of Hana, beating the visitors in four sets: 25-14, 26-24, 21-25, 25-23.
Adolpho had a strong match recording 13 kills while Kaai finished with 12 kills and six blocks.
With a 6-3 record, Molokai now stands along in second place behind Seabury Hall with an 8-2 record.