JJHuddle’s Division II Power Poll: No Change

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JJHuddle Power Poll Division II

There was no change in the JJHuddle Division II Power Poll for the second straight week and we called this one. All 10 Top 10 teams won last week. This week New Albany and Toledo Central Catholic have stiff tests to pass.


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JJHUDDLE’S DIVISION II POWER POLL WEEK 8

1. Mentor Lake Catholic (6-1)
The Cougars recorded their third straight shutout with a 38-0 win over Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin. QB Bryan Blondeaux completed 6-of-9 passes for 227 yards and four TDs. Standout RB Richie Sanders left the game with an injury in the second quarter and did not return. A stiff test with visiting Padua Franciscan (5-2) awaits this week.  Previous: 1

2. Maple Heights (7-0)
The Mustangs notched their second shutout of the season with a 34-0 win over Shaw. Maple Heights held Shaw to 97 yards of total offense and recorded five sacks. Senior QB Shaq Washington threw for 163 yards and three TDs, while senior RB DeVonte Ransom ran for 189 yards and a TD. This week Maple Heights is at Canfield (4-3). Previous: 2

3. Winton Woods (6-1)
The Warriors turned a 19-7 halftime lead into a 47-13 win over Loveland. Senior QB Thomas Owens led Winton Woods with 174 yards and two TDs on 16 carries. This wee the Warriors are at Milford (3-4). Previous: 3

4. Avon (7-0)
On homecoming the host Eagles gave fans what they wanted – a 59-14 victory over Firelands. Avon scored on a 71-yard run by Ross Douglas on the game’s opening play and never slowed down. This week the Eagles host Midview (2-5). Previous: 4

5. Turpin (7-0)
The Spartans built a 27-0 lead and then held on for a 27-20 win over Wilmington. Senior QB Eric martin ran for two TDs and threw for another. This week Turpin hosts Walnut Hills (3-4). Previous: 5

6. Toledo Central Catholic (7-0)
The Irish gave up their first points in three weeks and survived a stiff test from archrival Toledo St. Francis 10-7. Kicker Patrick Wesolowski booted a 29-yard field goal with two seconds left to give TCC it’s seventh straight win over the Knights. Now things get even harder. The Irish host Whitmer (6-1) this week. Previous: 6

7. Howland (7-0)
After three straight shutouts, the Tigers gave up 18 points but still survived Poland with a 20-18 win in a crazy game. Sophomore RB De’Veon Smith led Howland with 149 yards and a TD on 28 carries. This week the Tigers host Niles McKinley (3-4). Previous: 7

8. Marion-Franklin (7-0)
The Red Devils scored 26 first quarter points en route to beating Columbus West 60-24. QB Correy Benson threw for three TDs and 230 yards on just eight passes and also rushed for another TD. This week M-F faces Eastmoor (4-2). Previous: 8

9. New Albany (7-0)
Jordan Gallegos scored TDs three different ways (punt return, rushing and receiving) as the Eagles toppled winless Franklin Heights 55-14. QB Bryant Bednarek also completed all six of his passes for 111 yards and two TDs before exiting. This week New Albany faces a huge test against visiting and fellow unbeaten Big Walnut. Previous: 9

10. Copley (7-0)
The Indians scored 21 points in a 59-second span of the second quarter and beat Wadsworth 35-21. QB Lou Gigliotti sandwiched a pair of TD passes to Shawn Taylor around an interception return by Isiah Wheeler as Copley turned a 7-0 deficit into a 21-7 lead. This week the Indians host Green (4-3). Previous: 10

DROPPED
OUT:
None

KEEP ANY EYE ON: Ashland (6-1); Aurora (6-1); Avon Lake (6-1); Big Walnut (7-0); Kings (6-1); Tallmadge (7-0); West Geauga (6-1); Walsh Jesuit (5-2); St. Charles (5-2); Canal Winchester (6-1); Uniontown Lake (5-2)

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