JJHuddle’s Division VI Power Poll: Bridgeport, Fremont St. Joe’s make statements, Top 10 goes 10-0

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JJHuddle Power Poll Division VI

A couple weeks ago we posed the question: How good is Bridgeport? We’re starting to find out the Dogs are real good. Last week Bridgeport beat defending West Virginia Class A state champion Madonna 20-7. Small school football in Ohio is ridiculously strong and the JJHuddle Division VI Power Poll reflects that fact…


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JJHUDDLE’S DIVISION VI POWER POLL WEEK 7

1. Delphos St. John’s (6-0)
The Blue Jays have beaten Anna, St. Henry and Versailles in succession by the combined score of 110-26. DSJ hosts another D-V power this week in Coldwater (4-2). Previous: 1

2. Ada (6-0)
The Bulldogs rolled up 493 yards of offense and led 49-0 at the half en route to beating Paulding 63-6. Junior QB Konnor Baker accounted for four TDs and has now had a hand in 28 this year. Ada hosts Convoy Crestview (1-5) this week. Previous: 2

3. Marion Local (6-0)
The Flyers continue to march toward their Week 9 meeting with Delphos St. John’s. Their latest victim was rival St. Henry, who they beat 34-12. This week ML hosts Parkway (2-4). Previous: 3

4. Bucyrus Wynford (6-0)
The Royals increased the state’s longest regular season winning streak to 44 games and won their 43rd straight North Central Conference game with a 44-13 win over Riverdale. Wynford had nearly 500 yards of offense and rushed for 361 yards and six TDs. Caleb Miller and Zach Chatlin each had over 100 yards on the ground and three TDs. Next up? Colonel Crawford (4-2). Previous: 4

5. Bridgeport (6-0)
A couple weeks ago we posed the question: How good is Bridgeport? We’re starting to find out the Dogs are real good. Last week Bridgeport beat defending West Virginia Class A state champion Madonna 20-7. The victory snapped Madonna’s 29-game regular season win streak and 18-game overall win streak. How dominant were the Dogs? Madonna racked up less than 100 yards of total offense (97). This week Bridgeport is at winless Hannibal River. Previous: 5

6. Lehman Catholic (5-1)
The
Cavaliers picked up their biggest win of the year with a convincing
33-14 win over Columbus Ready. Lehman was again led by senior RB Kaleb
Goins who racked up 265 yards and three TDs on 21 carries. The Cavs
travel to Dayton Jefferson (2-4) this weekend.  Previous: 8


7. Mogadore (6-0)
The Wildcats got revenge against Woodridge, which beat them 52-7 last year, with a 12-7 victory. Senior Jake McAvinew came up big and kicker Alex Roebken nailed two FGs in the win. This week Mogadore hosts Streetsboro (3-3). Previous: 7

8. Covington (6-0)
After
two close games the Buccs finally got a breather, beating Twin Valley
South 40-6. Senior RB Tyler Noffsinger came up big with a 62-yard TD run
and a 90-yard kickoff return for a TD. This week the Buccs host winless
National Trail. Next week a huge meeting at fellow unbeaten Ansonia
looms. Previous: 6

9. Newark Catholic (5-1)
The Green Wave rebounded from its loss to Heath to rally and beat Columbus Academy 27-24. NC scored 14 points in the final five minutes for the win. This week the Green Wave travel to Bexley (3-3). Previous: 4

10. Fremont St. Joseph (6-0)
The Crimson Streaks notched a big win with a 24-14 come-from-behind victory over Bascom Hopewell-Loudon. St. Joe’s trailed 14-3 in the third quarter. Senior RB Zak Bowman led the charge by rushing for 180 yards and three TDs. The Crimson Streaks travel to Tiffin Calvert (2-4) this week. Previous: 10

DROPPED OUT: None

KEEP AN EYE ON:

McComb (6-0); Shadyside (6-0); Ansonia (6-0); Berlin Center Western Reserve (6-0); Norwalk St. Paul (5-1); Leipsic (5-1); Springfield Catholic Central (5-1), Sycamore Mohawk (5-1); Strasburg-Franklin (6-0); Thompson Ledgemont (6-0)
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