JJHuddle’s Division IV Power Poll: Fenwick, Coshocton bow out; Heath, Chagrin Falls in

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JJHuddle Power Poll Division IV

The top teams in the JJHuddle Division IV Power Poll continue to be dominant. Last week they outscored their opponents by an average of 41-9. Clinton-Massie and Jonathan Alder each went over 70 points and four teams pitched shutouts. One of those shutouts was recorded by newcomer Heath. Here’s who is where…


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JJHUDDLE’S DIVISION IV POWER POLL WEEK 10

1. Kettering Alter (8-1)
The Knights jumped out to a 14-0 lead after the first quarter and produced an impressive  28-10 win over Roger Bacon. Alter racked up 408 yards of offense while allowing just 139. This week the Knights face archrival Chaminade Julienne (3-6). Previous: 1

2. Clinton-Massie (9-0)
The Falcons won their 31st straight regular season game and set a school single-game scoring record with a 76-7 win over Madison Plains. Massie had 610 yards of total offense, including 523 on the ground. This week the rivalry game with East Clinton (8-1) is all that separates the Falcons from 10-0. Previous: 2

3. Kenton (8-1)
The Wildcats beat Wapakoneta 46-15 and won their third straight Western Buckeye League title – a first for the school. Junior QB Maty Mauk accounted for six TDs (threw for three, ran for three). This week Kenton is at St. Marys Memorial (1-8). Previous: 3

4. Jonathan Alder (8-1)
The Pioneers crushed Greenfield McClain 77-7 thanks in part to an offense that ran for 352 yards and racked up 479 total. Senior QB Graham Johnston ran for 127 yards and three TDs on six carries. He also threw a TD pass. Alder led 50-0 at halftime. This week the Pioneers face stiff road test at St. Charles (5-3). Previous: 4

5. Akron Manchester (9-0)
The Panthers allowed 18 points but scored 49 in a big win over Tuscarawas Valley. This week Manchester looks to go 10-0 with a win at Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (6-3). Previous 5

6. Genoa (9-0)
The Comets won their 38th straight regular season game and notched their fourth shutout of the season (and second straight) with a 48-0 win over Otsego. This week a trip to Elmwood (5-4) awaits. A victory secures Genoa’s fourth straight outright Suburban Lakes League title. Previous: 7

7. Elyria Catholic (8-1)
The Panthers escaped Bedford Chanel’s upset bid 28-24. Senior QB Danny Reaser completed 22-of-32 passes for 216 yards and two TDs, the last of which to Conor Voreis with 27 seconds left in the fourth quarter was the game-winner. This week the Panthers host Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph (4-5). Previous: 8

8. Bellville Clear Fork (8-1)
The Colts resume just keeps getting stronger. The latest entry is a 33-0 shutout of Orrville. It was Clear Fork’s first win ever over the Red Riders. The win also secured at least a share of the Ohio Cardinal Conference title. This week the Colts are at West Holmes (1-8). Previous: 10

9. Heath (8-1)
The Bulldogs notched their second shutout of the season with a 28-0 win over host Bexley. RB Donyelle Simpson ran for two TDs and QB Cole Benner threw for two. This week Heath travels to Hebron Lakewood (1-8). Previous: NR

10. Chagrin Falls (8-1)
The Tigers return to the Power Poll for the first time since Week 4 thanks in part to a five-game winning streak. Chagrin Falls most recent victory was a 42-22 win over Orange. RB Jack Hinman did most of the damage, rushing for 87 yards and three TDs. This week a trip to Perry (6-3) awaits. Previous: NR

DROPPED OUT: No. 6 Fenwick (lost 38-31 in OT to Hamilton Badin); No. 9 Coshocton (lost 34-14 to Dover)

KEEP AN EYE ON:
Carlisle (9-0); North College Hill (9-0); Fenwick (7-2); Hartley (7-2); Campbell Memorial (8-1); Ironton (7-2); Portsmouth West (8-1); Waynesville (7-2); Amanda-Clearcreek (6-3); Orrville (6-3)

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