JJHuddle’s Division I Power Poll: Fitch, Springfield out; Who is in?

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JJHuddle Power Poll Division I

There was some shuffling among the Top 10 teams in the JJHuddle Division I Power Poll. Austintown-Fitch and Springfield both lost and fell out of the poll. Who took their place? Was it Whitmer? Mentor? Westerville South? Sylvania Southview? Click here to see…


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JJHUDDLE’S DIVISION I POWER POLL WEEK 10

1. Colerain (9-0)
The Cardinals won their 57th straight home game (dating back to 1999) with a 45-7 victory over Sycamore. Senior QB Tyler Williams led the way by rushing for 143 yards and two TDs and throwing for 84 yards and two more TDs. This week Colerain hosts Oak Hills (4-5). Previous: 1

2. Glenville (9-0)
Since a 26-22 Week 2 win over Dwyer (Fla.), the Tarblooders have won the last seven games 324-25. Their latest win – a 40-0 decision over John Hay – was their third shutout in a row and fourth in the last five games. This week Glenville closes the regular season at home against John Marshall (5-3). Previous:
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3. Pickerington Central (8-0)
The Tigers churned out over 400 yards on the ground in a 34-10 win over Grove City. Speedy Hammond rushed for 146 yards and two TDs, while Devone Penick added 117 yards and a TD. This week the Tigers travel to Reynoldsburg (3-6). Previous: 3

4. Lakewood St. Edward (9-0)
The Eagles just continue to punish people. Their latest conquest was a 31-7 rout of Moeller. This week the annual rivalry game with St. Ignatius (4-5) looms. For added incentive, the Eagles can hand the Wildcats their first losing season since 1982Previous: 4

5. Hilliard Davidson (9-0)
The Wildcats overwhelmed Upper Arlington 34-7 RB Alex Mickley led an offense that rushed for 350 yards with 142 and three TDs on 22 carries. Defensively, the Wildcats didn’t allow a point as the Golden Bears scored on a fumble return. In the last six weeks Davidson has given up 22 points. The only thing standing between Davidson and 10-0 is a meeting with rival Hilliard Darby (8-1). Previous: 5

6. Cincinnati LaSalle (9-0)
The Lancers survived an upset bid by host Columbus DeSales and gutted out a 33-30 victory last week. This week they attempt to win their first outright GCL South title in history with a victory at Elder (3-5). LaSalle, which has already tied for a share of the league championship, owns only one other GCL title (a co-championship in 1995). Previous: 6

7. Solon (9-0)
The Comets continue to shine and recorded an impressive 36-6 win over Medina. Defensively Solon has allowed 26 points the last five weeks. Offensively, Kyle Hammonds ran for 143 yards and three TDs on 20 carries. This week the Comets are at Strongsville (6-3). Previous: 7

8. Middletown (9-0)
The Middies ran for 474 yards and scored a 49-35 win over Lakota East. Sophomore QB Jalin Marshall led the way with 308 yards and three TDs on 20 carries. This week Middletown hosts Princeton (3-6). Previous: 9

9. Toledo Whitmer (8-1)
The Panthers make their Power Poll debut after crushing Bowsher 55-8 last week. Whitmer, which is riding a seven game win streak after losing 22-16 to Fremont Ross in Week 2, has allowed just 32 points the last four weeks and hasn’t let anyone score more than 24 in a game. This week Whitmer can wrap up the outright Toledo City League title with a win over visiting Start (2-7). Previous: NR

10. Sylvania Southview (9-0)
The Cougars enter the Power Poll after recording their third shutout of the season with a 28-0 win over Bowling Green. Southview, which won the 2008 D-II state title, missed out on the D-I playoffs last year after bumping up a level and finishing 7-3. This year they’ve already “clinched” a playoff berth. Since the start of 2008, Southview is 31-3. This week the Cougars are at rival Sylvania Northview (3-6). Previous: NR

DROPPED OUT: No. 8 Austintown-Fitch (lost 34-28 in 2 OT to Uniontown Lake); No. 10 Springfield (lost 14-0 to Centerville)

KEEP AN EYE ON:
Mentor (6-3); Wayne (6-3); Westerville South (8-1); Moeller (6-3); Willoughby South (8-1); Canton McKinley (7-2); Springfield (8-1); Centerville (7-2); Austintown-Fitch (8-1); Anderson (7-2)

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