‘Iolani Classic

‘Iolani Classic

The ‘Iolani Prep Basketball Classic, one of the nation's premier high school basketball tournaments, annually features 16 boys teams and eight girls teams. The boys tournament dates back to 1983.

The 2015 boys tournament tips off on Thursday, Dec. 17, and continues through Tuesday, Dec. 22 (no games on Sunday, Dec. 20)The girls tournament, which began in 2007, ran from Thursday, Dec. 10, to Saturday, Dec. 12.

All ‘Iolani Prep Basketball Classic games are played in ‘Iolani School's Lower Gym.



South Medford High School (Medford, Ore.)
Bishop O'Dowd High School (Oakland, Calif.)
Konawaena High School (Kealakekua, Hawaii) -- Classic champions in 2011 and 2015
Lahainaluna High School (Lahaina, Maui)
'Iolani School
Mililani High School
Punahou School
Radford High School

Click for girls tournament results.



Fairfax High School (Los Angeles, Calif.) -- Classic champions in 2001, 2002 and 2005
Dongguan Guangming High School (Guangdong, China)
La Lumiere School (La Porte, Ind.)
Lone Peak High School (Highland, Utah)
Martinsburg High School (Martinsburg, W.Va.)
Mount Saint Joseph High School (Baltimore, Md.)
Sierra Canyon School (Chatsworth, Calif.)
The Master's Academy (Oviedo, Fla.)
Farrington High School
'Iolani School
Kahuku High School
Kaiser High School
Kaimuki High School
Kamehameha Schools-Kapālama
Leilehua High School
Mid-Pacific Institute

Click for boys tournament bracket (PDF).

Click for boys tournament schedule.



USA Today Preseason Super 25
#6 - La Lumiere
#11 - Sierra Canyon



Class of 2016 -- ESPN Top 100
#14 — Frank Jackson, G - Lone Peak (Duke)
#56 — James Banks, C - La Lumiere (Texas)

Class of 2016 -- Rivals 150
#106 — Devearl Ramsey, G - Sierra Canyon (Nevada)

Class of 2017 -- ESPN Top 60
#20 — Brian Bowen, G - La Lumiere (transfer)
#22 — Cody Riley, F - Sierra Canyon
#23 — Jeremiah Tilmon, C - La Lumiere
#34 — Ira Lee, F - Sierra Canyon

Class of 2017 -- Rivals 150
#93 — Christian PoPoola, G - Lone Peak
#96 — Remy Martin, G - Sierra Canyon

Class of 2018 -- ESPN Top 60
#17 — Jalen Smith, F - Mount Saint Joseph

Class of 2019 -- Top Point Guard
Tyger Campbell, G - La Lumiere


“For those of us lucky enough to receive an ‘Iolani education, it’s our responsibility to come back, engage the community, participate and give back. It’s a matter of what we can do to build and improve our community.”