2011 Muscle Milk & JJHuddle Division IV Power Poll: Week 3

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2011 Muscle Milk/JJHuddle Ohio HS Football Power Polls

Deja’ Vu…for the second straight week the Top 5 in the Muscle
Milk and JJHuddle Division IV Power Poll
remained the same. In fact, there wasn’t much shuffling, but there are several new names…


The Power Polls…are back. JJHuddle’s immensely popular

state football
rankings continue today with the release of the latest Division IV
poll
.
Also this year, JJHuddle is proud to announce that Muscle Milk has
become a co-sponsor
of the rankings.

New polls will be
unveiled on site every
Tuesday-Wednesday during the season.

2011 Muscle
Milk
& JJHuddle Division IV Power Poll: Week 3

1. Kenton (2-0)
The Wildcats scored 24 points in the third quarter en route to a 40-7 win over visiting St. Marys. Senior QB Maty Mauk was 20-of-35 for 271 yards and four TDs. He also carried the ball eight times for 118 yards and one TD. This week Kenton is at Van Wert (0-2).
Previous:
1

2. Orrville (2-0)
The Red Riders beat rival Wooster Triway for the third time in 15 months 52-7. The pair met in the playoffs last year. Orrville outgained the Titans 472-141 in total yardage and junior QB Kyle Lichti was 13-of-26 for 217 yards and three TDs. This week Orrville hosts Copley (1-1).
Previous:
2

3. Columbus Hartley (2-0)
The Hawks beat visiting Columbus Academy 28-7 on a night they dedicated their revamped stadium – Jack Ryan Field. Six RBs combined for 255 yards and three TDs. Hartley travels to East Knox (0-2) this week.
Previous:
3

4. Ironton (2-0)
The Fighting Tigers survived Russell (KY) 20-14 in a game that had just 11 total possessions and one punt. Ironton led 20-0 in the fourth. This week the Tigers host Chillicothe (0-2). 
Previous: 4

5. Genoa (2-0)
RB Kyle Nutter ran for 152 yards and three TDs in the first half as the Comets beat host Oak Harbor 51-13. It was Genoa’s 41st straight regular season win. This week the Comets are at Port Clinton (2-0).
Previous: 5

6. Creston Norwayne (2-0)
Senior QB Adam Wallace ran for two TDs and threw for three more as the Bobcats used a 20-point second quarter to run away from host CVCA. This week Norwayne travels to Collins Western Reserve (1-1).  
Previous:
6

7. Fenwick (2-0)
The Falcons put a hurting on host Oxford Talawanda, beating the Braves 79-20. Fenwick outgained Talawanda 551-180 in total yards and had seven different players score. Fourteen players had at least one carry. This week the Falcons host Valley View (1-0).
Previous: 7

8. Waynesville (2-0)
The Spartans snapped an eight-game losing streak to Clinton-Massie and snapped the Falcons 33-game regular season win streak in the process. Led by a school record 85-yard interception return for a TD by Ty Black, Waynesville beat Massie 17-2. This week things get even tougher with a trip to Eaton (2-0) on the docket.
Previous: 8

9. Pemberville Eastwood (2-0)
The Eagles followed up their Week 1 win over Patrick Henry with a hard-fought 35-32 victory over visiting Clyde. Eastwood had four TD runs that were 34 yards or longer and rushed for 387 yards. Marquise Pitts led the way with 195 yards and a TD on 16 carries. This week the Eagles host Oak Harbor (1-1). 
Previous: NR

 

10. Johnstown-Monroe (2-0)
Senior RB Ross Franklin went over 300 yards for the second straight game and the Johnnies beat visiting Heath 34-19. After running for 327 yards and six TDs in a Week 1 win over Granville, Franklin went for 309 yards and three TDs on 29 carries against the Bulldogs. Johnstown is at Hebron Lakewood (1-1) this week.
Previous: 10

DROPPED OUT: No. 9 Clinton-Massie (lost 17-2 to Waynesville)

BEST
OF THE REST:
Streetsboro (2-0), North Union (2-0), Maderia (2-0), Martins Ferry (2-0), Chesapeake (2-0), St. Clairsville (2-0), Elyria Catholic (2-0), Ottawa-Glandorf (2-0), Columbus Ready (2-0), Badin (1-1)

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