JJHuddle’s Division VI Power Poll: No change, but plenty of challengers

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JJHuddle Power Poll Division VI

 

All of the state’s Top 10 teams in the JJHuddle Division VI Power
Poll won – and won convincingly. The Top 10’s average margin of
victory was 27 points
. Those teams are good. And so are the ones
waiting in the wings should someone slip…here are the complete
rankings.


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JJHUDDLE’S DIVISION VI POWER POLL

1. Delphos St. John’s (3-0)
The Blue Jays face their third 2009 playoff team in four games and this one is the stiffest test to date – undefeated and D-V No. 2 Anna. The Rockets come to Delphos Saturday night for an early season showdown that has Midwest Athletic Conference title implications all over it. Previous: 1

2. Ada (3-0)
The Bulldogs fell short of their 69.5 points per game average after two weeks, but still managed an impressive 38-20 win over previously unbeaten Columbus Grove. Kellen Decker ran for three TDs and Konnor Baker threw for three. This week another good test arrives in the form of Toledo Christian (2-1). Previous: 2

3. Marion Local (3-0)
The Flyers slapped a 27-0 shutout on winless New Bremen and this week tangle with rival and winless Minster. In Week 5 a trip to D-V No. 2 Anna awaits. Previous: 3

4. Covington (3-0)
Led by Tyler Noffsinger (four TDs, one on a kickoff return) and Cory Ely (24 carries, 224 yards and two TDs), the Buccs beat previously unbeaten Bradford 56-22 in the 66th meeting between the schools. A trip to Tri-County North (1-2) is on the docket this week. Previous: 4

5. Newark Catholic (3-0)
The Green Wave beat rival Fisher Catholic 33-13 and now turn their attention to Lakewood (1-2). A big meeting with Heath lies ahead in Week 5. Previous: 5

6. Bucyrus Wynford (3-0)
The Royals increased the state’s longest regular season winning streak to 41 games by beating East Knox 27-6. Wynford ran for 255 yards and had three backs with over 70. Lucas (1-2) comes to town this week.  Previous: 6

7. Bridgeport (3-0)
Just how good are the Bulldogs? It’s hard to tell. Bridgeport has outscored its opponents 129-7 and has two shut outs, the most recent a 47-0 decision over Conotton Valley. The trouble is Bridgeport’s opponents are a combined 0-9. This week the Bulldogs get a chance to beat a team with a winning record with Zanesville Rosecrans (1-2) heading to the river. The two weeks after that, current undefeated West Virginia heavyweights await – Wheeling Central Catholic and Madonna. Previous: 7

8. Mogadore (3-0)
With senior stud Kodey Chance still nursing an injured shoulder (and only playing limited minutes on defense), the Wildcats downed West Salem Northwestern 35-14. Senior QB Adam Schrank completed 7-of-11 passes for 98 yards and two TDs, while RBs Jake McAvinew (85 yards) and Gary Strain (76) did work on the ground. A match-up with Rootstown (2-1) this week marks a three-game stretch against teams with winning records. Previous: 8

9. Lehman Catholic (2-1)
Senior RB Kaleb Goins posted his third straight game with over 180 yards rushing and the Cavaliers beat Indian Lake 34-6. This week a long road trip awaits with a game at Bloomdale Elmwood (2-1). Previous: 9

10. Fremont St. Joseph (3-0)
The Crimson Streaks beat Gibsonburg 34-10 and are now averaging 46 points per game. Zak Bowman carried the ball 19 times for 166 yards and two TDs in the win. This week Carey (1-2) comes to town. Previous: 10

DROPPED OUT: None

KEEP AN EYE ON:
Dalton (3-0); Bascom Hopewell-Loudon (3-0); McComb (3-0); Ansonia (3-0); Lockland (3-0); Danville (3-0); Shadyside (3-0);

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