Seabury Hall, the runner-up in the Division II boys volleyball state tournament last year after winning the title in 2010, is the No. 2 seed this time.
Brackets for three sports were announced on Sunday, with Seabury receiving the best seed of any Maui Interscholastic League team.
Two squads that went unbeaten in the MIL received No. 4 seeds - in both cases placed behind three other teams that also did not lose in conference play.
The King Kekaulike boys volleyball team, which went 13-0 in claiming its first MIL championship in the sport, was seeded fourth in the Division I tournament. Top-seeded Punahou, which has won 29 of the previous 43 state titles, is 15-0, as is No. 2 Moanalua. No. 3 Kamehameha Hawaii is 16-0.
The Baldwin water polo team won all 10 of its matches to garner its first MIL crown since 2005, the sport's inaugural season in the league. The Bears are also seeded fourth - four-time defending champion Punahou (6-0) is No. 1, followed by Kahuku (14-0) and Kamehameha Hawaii (12-0).
Lahainaluna is the No. 3 seed in the D-I softball tournament.
Lanai is seeded fourth in D-II softball.
The MIL had five athletes receive No. 1 seeds for the state judo tournament, scheduled for Saturday at the Stan Sheriff Center.
* BOYS VOLLEYBALL: King Kekaulike will play in a quarterfinal match on Thursday against the winner of Wednesday's match between Kalaheo and Kaiser.
Baldwin, the MIL runner-up in D-I, faces Pearl City on Wednesday, with the winner advancing to a semifinal against No. 2 Moanalua.
Seabury Hall will play Kohala in a D-II quarterfinal Thursday. The winner will face No. 3 McKinley or Pahoa in the semifinals on Friday.
* SOFTBALL: Lahainaluna's quarterfinal on Thursday will be against the winner of Wednesday's game between Kamehameha Kapalama and Moanalua.
In the first round of the D-I tournament, Baldwin will play Waianae for the right to face top-seeded Mid-Pacific, the defending champion, in the quarterfinals.
Lanai will play in the D-II quarterfinals Thursday against Kalaheo or Honokaa. On Wednesday, Hana meets Waialua - the winner of that game will play No. 2 Nanakuli in the quarterfinals.
* WATER?POLO: Baldwin will play a quarterfinal Thursday against the winner of Wednesday's match between Kapolei and Mililani.
Kamehameha Maui and Kaiser will meet Wednesday in the tournament's opening game, and the winner will face No. 2 Kahuku in the quarterfinal round.
* JUDO: Two girls from King Kekaulike are seeded first - Aelyssa Grace Sabado-Macanas at 98 pounds, and Kapuaalohio-keakua Joy at 115. Hana's Donalyn Naihe is the top seed at 172.
In the boys bracket, Darren Nakanelua (132) of Kamehameha Maui and Jonathan Garcia (161) of Maui High earned No. 1 seeds.
Seeded second in the boys tournament are Maui High's Jerome Calma (121) and Derick Borje (275), and Baldwin's Jordan Patao (145) and Paul Takafuji (220). Kamehameha Maui teammates Lilia Lorenzo (109) and Jolene Kuaana (154) are No. 2 seeds in the girls event.
Two girls - King Kekaulike's Megan Alexander (129) and Kamehameha Maui's Neula Aarona (139) - and two boys - Sai Furukawa (114) of Kamehameha Maui and Austin Viloria (198) of King Kekaulike - from the MIL are seeded third.
Seeded fourth from the MIL are Maui High's John Irish Gascon (108) and Baldwin's Riley Apolo (178) in the boys bracket, and Baldwin's Crystal Yokoyama (103) and Kamehameha Maui's Elizabeth Okazaki (122) in the girls.