JJHuddle’s Division V Power Poll: No change

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JJHuddle Power Poll Division V

There was no change in the JJHuddle Division V Power Poll as all 10 teams won last week. Ursuline did trail in the third quarter but stormed back to overwhelm rival Mooney. Tinora recorded its seventh straight shutout and Lima Central Catholic continues to roll the competition. Here’s how this week’s rankings look.


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JJHUDDLE’S DIVISION V POWER  POLL WEEK 10

1. Youngstown Ursuline (9-0)
The Irish trailed archrival Mooney 7-6 in the third quarter before exploding for a 44-7 win. Two interception returns for TDs helped key the comeback. This week the Irish look to cap a perfect season with a win over another rival – Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary (6-3). Previous: 1

2. Lima Central Catholic (8-1)
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before…Since an opening loss to Delphos St. John’s the T-Birds have dominated and outscored their opposition 373-33. In their latest win, a 42-0 shutout of Allen East, junior QB Ty O’Connor threw for 202 yards and three TDs. This week the T-Birds travel to fellow unbeaten Ada in a game that will decide the Northwest Conference championship. Ada is ranked No. 2 in D-VI.  Previous: 2

3. Kirtland (9-0)
The Hornets had little trouble with Fairport Harding, although they did give up a TD for the first time in three weeks. Kirtland still won 45-7. RB Christian Hauber led the way with 139 yards and two TDs, while Damon Washington added 155 yards and a TD. QB Paul Ghude also ran for two TDs and threw for another. Previous: 3

4. Fredericktown (9-0)
The Freddies clinched a Region 19 playoff spot by shutting out Centerburg 66-0. Seven different players scored TDs, including Matt Smith and Austin Hoeflich who each found the end zone twice. This week Fredericktown goes for its second straight 10-0 season against visiting Loudonville (3-6). Previous: 4

5. North Union (9-0)
Last year’s undefeated season was the first in school history. This week the Wildcats go for their second straight at Ridgedale (2-7). NU beat Buckeye Valley 28-7 last week as Clay Hastings scored twice. The Wildcats racked up 409 yards of offense, including 351 on the ground. Previous: 5

6. Anna (7-2)
The Rockets won their third straight with a 40-16 decision over Versailles. This week Anna is at Parkway (2-7). Win and the Rockets are in the playoffs for the third straight year. Previous: 6

7. West Jefferson (9-0)
The Rough Riders scored a big 28-14 road win at Licking Heights and earned at least a share of their fifth straight Mid-State League Cardinal Division title. Sean Prather led the attack by rushing for three TDs. A trip to Liberty Union (6-3) stands between West Jeff and 10-0. Previous: 7

8. Cuyahoga Heights (8-1)
The Redskins beat Beachwood 28-6. This week CH faces a huge test in visiting Independence (8-1). Previous: 8

9. Defiance Tinora (9-0)
The Rams have surpassed ridiculous. Tinora notched its seventh straight shutout and eighth of the season with a 45-0 win over Holgate. The Rams have given up 18 total points this year and those all came in a 37-18 win over Parkway in Week 2. In the win over Holgate, RB Kipp McCann rushed for 205 yards and four TDs on just seven carries. This week Tinora hosts Edgerton (7-2). Previous: 9

10. Archbold (9-0)
The Blue Streaks overcame a 7-0 deficit and beat Wauseon 21-7 to earn a share of the Northwest Ohio Athletic League title – their first since 1990. QB Garrett Morton completed 13-of-19 passes for 183 yards and two second half TDs. This week Archbold is at Liberty Center (4-5). Previous: 10

DROPPED OUT: None

KEEP AN EYE ON:

West Lafayette Ridgewood (9-0); Oak Hill (8-1); Coldwater (6-3); Collins Western Reserve (9-0); Patrick Henry (8-1); Jeromesville Hillsdale (8-1); Columbiana Crestview (8-1); Wheelersburg (7-2); Nelsonville-York (7-2); Hamilton Badin (5-4)
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