2011 Muscle Milk & JJHuddle Division IV Power Poll: Week 4

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2011 Muscle Milk/JJHuddle Ohio HS Football Power Polls

The Top 10 in the Muscle
Milk and JJHuddle Division IV Power Poll
remained the same. They are however not all int eh same spot. See who moved up – and down….


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 4

1. Kenton (3-0)
The Wildcats racked up 731 yards of offense and pummeled Van Wert 66-13. Senior QB Maty Mauk threw for 481 yards and eight TDs and ran for 102 yards and another score. This week Kenton hosts Lima Shawnee (2-1). 
Previous:
1

2. Columbus Hartley (3-0)
The Hawks outgained host East Knox 354-14 in total yards in the first half and scored TDs on their first six possessions en route to a 43-22 win. This week Hartley hosts Akron Hoban (0-3).
Previous:
3

3. Ironton (3-0)
The Fighting Tigers used 13 differnet RBs to amass 355 yards on 55 carries in a 42-0 win over visiting Chillicothe. Ironton did not attempt a pass. The Tigers travel to Ashland (KY) Blazer this week. 
Previous: 4

4. Genoa (3-0)
Led by RB Kyle Nutter (171 yards and four TDs), the Comets opened up a 42-0 halftime lead en route to a 57-0 shutout victory over Port Clinton. It was Genoa’s 42nd straight regular season win. This week the Comets host Fostoria (0-3) this week.
Previous: 5

5. Orrville (2-1)
The Red Riders turned the ball over four times and lost 13-7 in OT to Copley. It was the second straight oyer Copley beat Orrville in OT. This week the Red Riders host Lexington (1-2). 
Previous:
2

6. Creston Norwayne (3-0)
The Bobcats beat Collins Western Reserve 56-7. Senior QB Adam Wallace threw for three TDs and ran for two more as Norwayne had a balanced attack (222 yards passing, 210 yards rushing). This week travel to West Salem Northwestern (0-3).   
Previous:
6

7. Fenwick (3-0)
The Falcons outgained visiting Valley View 306-128 in total yards and shut out the Spartans 28-0. DB Frank Catrine had two interceptions, while senior QB Austin Gearing threw for 141 yards and a TD and ran for 81 yards and two TDs. This week Fenwick hosts Cincinnati McNicholas (0-2). 
Previous: 7

8. Waynesville (3-0)
The Spartans rallied from a fourth quarter deficit and notched another statement win with a 31-19 victory at Eaton that snapped the hosts 16-game regular season win streak. Senior RB Matt Hussey led the Spartans with 200 yards rushing and three TDs. This week Waynesville travels to Carlisle (1-2).
Previous: 8

9. Pemberville Eastwood (3-0)
The Eagles beat visiting Oak Harbor 52-14. Eastwood ran for 439 yards on 46 teams and was paced by Marquise Pitts who had 195 yards and two TDs. Zach Conkle also went over 100 yards (104) and scored two TDs. This week Eastwood hosts Milbury Lake (1-2). 
Previous: 9

10. Johnstown-Monroe (3-0)
The Johnnies slammed host Heborn Lakewood 56-13 and improved to 3-0 for the first time since 2005. Johnstown returned a blocked punt and interception for TDs and senior RB Ross Franklin scored four TDs on just 13 carries. This week Johnstown travels to Centerburg (3-0).
Previous: 10

DROPPED OUT: None

BEST
OF THE REST:
North Union (2-1), Maderia (3-0), Martins Ferry (2-1), Chesapeake (3-0), St. Clairsville (3-0), Elyria Catholic (2-1), Ottawa-Glandorf (3-0), Badin (2-1), Streetsboro (2-1), Amanda-Clearcreek (2-1)

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