MVP’s Fab 5 Football Rankings: Champions Crowned

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MVP’s Fab 5 Football Rankings

The 2010 high school football regular season is over and so too is
the chase for the MVP Fab 5 Poll Titles
. There were three repeat winners and
three new winners. Click here as we announce, unveil and unleash the
final Fab 5s for 2010.


The 2010 high school football regular season is over and so too is
the chase for the MVP Fab 5 Poll Titles. There were three repeat winners
this season as Wayne (D-I), Trotwood-Madison (D-II) and Delphos St.
John’s (D-VI) each defended their 2009 Fab 5 championships. There were
three new winners as well. Below we announce, unveil and unleash the
final Fab 5s for 2010.

Final Fab 5 Rankings:

Division I
1. Wayne (7-3):
The Warriors started off sluggish with two straight
losses but rebounded to win seven of their last eight games and earn a
chare of the GWOC Central title. Wayne is also in the Region 4 playoffs
and faces host Middletown (10-0) on Saturday. Senior RB Anthone Taylor
is second in the GWOC in rushing (1,079 yards), while senior QB Braxton
Miller, an Ohio State recruit, has thrown for 1,370 yards and nine TDs.
He’s also rushed for 10 TDs. Previous: 1

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Division II
1. Trotwood-Madison (8-2):
The Rams won their third straight GWOC
North title this season and earned another berth in the Region 8
playoffs. Trotwood hosts Harrison (5-5) in a regional quarterfinal
Friday. Senior RB Antwan Gilbert probably won’t reach 2,000 yards again
this season (unless the Rams go on an extended postseason run), but he’s
still managed 1,051 yards. Previous: 1

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Division III
1. Eaton (10-0):
Junior RB Nate Clark ran for four TDs as the Eagles
blasted Preble County rival Preble Shawnee 48-7 to cap a perfect
season. Eaton, which won the Southwestern Buckeye League Southwest
Division title, hosts Jackson (9-1) in a Region 12 quarterfinal Saturday
that the Ironmen are going to have to drive 130 miles to get to. Previous: 1

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Division IV
1. Clinton-Massie (10-0):
The Falcons won their 32nd straight
regular season game by holding Clinton County rival East Clinton to 37
total yards in a 540 win. Senior RB Jordan Scanlon also went over 2,000
yards for the season by rushing for 199 and five TDs. Clinton-Massie
hosts postseason newcomer Cincinnati Taft (6-4) this Friday in a Region
16 quarterfinal. Previous: 2

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Division V
1. Lima Central Catholic (9-1):
For just the second time this year,
the T-Birds allowed an opponent to reach double-figures. That opponent
however – high octane and then D-VI No. 2 Ada – was held 34 points below
its average. LCC claimed a Northwest Conference outright title by
beating the Bulldogs 35-21. This Saturday the T-Birds open postseason
play by hosting undefeated Tinora in a Region 18 quarterfinal.  Previous: 1

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Division VI
1. Delphos St. John’s (10-0):
The Blue Jays wrapped up their second
straight Midwest Athletic Conference outright title and won their 18th
straight MAC game by smoking New Bremen 50-16. DSJ is looking to get to
its third straight state championship game and begins postseason play
Friday with a Region 22 quarterfinal against visiting Edgerton (7-3). Previous: 1

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