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

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2011 Muscle Milk/JJHuddle Ohio HS Football Power Polls

Talk about stacked…the Muscle Milk and JJHuddle Division III Power Poll is just that. This is arguably Ohio’s deepest division (behind D-I). See how the Week 3 rankings look.


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state football
rankings continue today with the release of the latest Division III poll.
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of the rankings.

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

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

1. Marlington (2-0)
Senior RB Alden Hill and junior RB Dymonte Thomas each went over 100 yards and scored two TDs as the Dukes beat Akron Garfield 42-6. This week Marlington travels to No. 9 Poland (1-1).
Previous: 1

2. Steubenville (2-0)
Big Red rallied from a 6-0 halftime deficit to beat visiting Buchtel 22-6 win. Senior RB JoJo Pierro led the way with 138 yards and two TDs on 17 carries. This week Steubenville hosts Bishop Ryan (0-0) from Canada.
Previous: 2

3. Kettering Alter (2-0)
The Knights handled Cleveland East Tech 49-14. Six different players scored as Alter built a 42-0 halftime lead. This week the Knights head north for a lengthy trip to Napoleon (1-1). 
Previous: 3

4. Akron SVSM (2-0)
Led by senior QB Kevin Besser (completed 14-of-18 passes for 322 yards and three TDs) and senior RB Matt Matuska (ran for 169 yards and four TDs on 13 carries), the Irish survived Walsh Jesuit 48-46. SVSM led 28-3 in the second quarter. This week SVSM hosts St. John’s (DC) College Prep (0-1). 
Previous: 4

5. Youngstown Mooney (2-0)
The Cardinals notched another big win over a D-I team with a 27-20 decision over visiting Boardman. This week Mooney faces its third straight D-I opponent in defending D-I state champion and D-I No. 1 St. Edward (2-0). 
Previous: 5

6. Columbus DeSales (1-1)
The Stallions, led by senior RB Warren Ball who rushed for 77 yards and six TDs, beat Brookhaven 48-12. This week DeSales travels to New Albany (1-1).
Previous: 6

7. Springfield Shawnee (2-0)
The Braves outgained host West Carrollton 514-147 in total yards en route to a 42-14 win. Shawnee rushed for 448 yards. Junior RB Drew Young led the way with a career-high three TD runs. This week Shawnee hosts Urbana (2-0) in its home opener.
Previous: 8

8. Mentor Lake Catholic (2-0)
The Cougars enter the Power Poll following a 21-14 win over then No. 8 Ravenna. Junior QB Mark Baniewicz completed 8-of-14 passes for 104 yards and ran for a team-high 71 yards. His 32-yard TD pass to Zach Hawkins with less than three minutes left was the game winner. Things get ratcheted up even more this week with a visit from D-V No. 1 Youngstown Ursuline (0-2) looming.
Previous: NR

9. Poland Seminary (1-1)
The Bulldogs led 3-0 midway through the second quarter and hung tough but couldn’t get past D-I No. 3 Austintown-Fitch. The Falcons finally prevailed 21-3. This week things don’t get any easier with No. 1 Marlington (2-0) coming to town.
Previous: 7

10. Watterson (1-1)
The defending state champions enter the Power Poll on the heels of a 42-14 win over visiting Columbus Beechcroft. The eagles racked up 322 total yards and got a lift from QB Andy Elberson who threw for two TD passes and ran for another. This week Watterson travels to Walsh Jesuit (1-1).
Previous: NR

DROPPED OUT:  No. 8 Ravenna (lost 21-14 to Mentor Lake Catholic), No. 10 Akron Hoban (lost 21-14 to Benedictine)

BEST OF THE REST: Chagrin Falls (2-0), Dover (2-0), Cincinnati Taft (1-1), Eaton (2-0), Logan Elm (2-0), Jonathan Alder (2-0), Benedictine (2-0), Ravenna (1-1), Thornville Sheridan (2-0), Bellevue (2-0)

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