JJHuddle’s Division I Power Poll: Canton McKinley out, Cincinnati LaSalle in, St. Edward up


JJHuddle Power Poll Division I

There wasn’t a ton of movement in this week’s JJHuddle Division I Power Poll, but there are some teams that shuffled. Canton McKinley fell out after its loss to Lake, while Cincinnati LaSalle moved in. The big winner? Lakewood St. Edward which pummeled Youngstown Mooney. Click here for complete rankings.




1. Colerain (3-0)
The Cardinals beat Louisville (Ky.) DuPont Manuel 34-7 with another dominant effort. Colerain tallied 415 yards of total offense while allowing just 139. Manuel rushed for two yards. Trayion Durham led the Colerain attack with 162 yards and two TDs on 25 carries. The Cardinals are at Fairfield (1-2) next. Previous: 1

2. Glenville (3-0)
The Tarblooders had little trouble with Rhodes, winning 39-6. This week things get tougher with a long road trip and stiff test at undefeated Anderson. Previous: 2

3. Centerville (3-0)
The Elks held two-time defending Division IV state champion Kettering Alter and its offense, which was averaging 396.5 yards per game on the ground, to minus-2 yards rushing in a 24-7 win. This week the Elks face another test with Cleveland St. Ignatius (2-1) heading south. Previous: 4

4. Pickerington Central (2-0)
The Tigers took the week off and had a bye. Now they get to entertain Fairfield County rival Lancaster (2-1), which is coming off a narrow 28-21 loss to St. Ignatius. These two don’t like each other and both are very solid teams. If the Tigers are still undefeated next week, they will have earned it. Previous: 5

5. Cincinnati Moeller (3-0)
The Crusaders dug themselves a 14-6 first half deficit and then scored 45 unanswered points in a 51-14 win at Clayton Northmont. This week Moeller entertains Findlay (1-2). Previous: 6

6. Lakewood St. Edward (3-0)
The Eagles OL, which averages 6-4, 290, is imposing. Just ask Youngtown Mooney which suffered its worst loss since 2002 last week to the Eagles 37-3. This week St. Edward gets a crack at visiting Inkster (Mich.), who is 1-2. Previous: 10

7. Solon (3-0)
The Comets used two second half interception returns for TDs to beat host Mentor 31-21. Solon faces a huge test this week with a road game at undefeated Parma. Previous: 7

8. Hilliard Davidson (3-0)
Davidson just keeps chugging along. The Wildcats latest victim was D-II stalwart Toledo St. Francis (lost 35-14). Up next is Westland (1-2). Previous: 8

9. Cincinnati St. Xavier (2-1)
The Bombers defense impressed limiting Louisville (Ky.) St. Xavier to 74 total yards in a 32-13 win. RB Conor Hundley paced the offense with 251 yards and three TDs on 22 carries. This week St. X hits the road for a game against Louisville (Ky.) Trinity, which just beat Elder. Previous: 9

10. Cincinnati LaSalle (3-0)
The Lancers have only won one GCL South title in history. This could be the year they get No. 2. LaSalle, which is averaging 43 points per game, recently rolled Lakota East 50-21. This week the Lancers tackle visitng Indianapolis Northwest (1-3). Last week: NR

DROPPED OUT: No. 3 Canton McKinley (lost 21-14 to Lake)

KEEP AN EYE ON: Middletown (3-0), Anderson (3-0), Austintown-Fitch (3-0), Canton McKinley (2-1), St. Ignatius (2-1), Sylvania Southview (3-0), Toledo St. John’s (3-0), Massillon Perry (3-0), Willoughby South (3-0)





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