Talk about a big week in Division I – there are THREE games this Friday that will pit two Muscle Milk and JJHuddle Division I Power
Poll Top 10 teams against each other. here’s how things shake out heading into Week 5…they’ll look different next week – that’s a given.
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& JJHuddle Division I Power Poll: Week 5
1. Lakewood St. Edward (4-0)
The Eagles rallied from a 10-7 second quarter deficit en route to a 30-10 win over visiting Cincinnati elder. St. Edward racked up 428 yards of offense as junior RB Dwayne Anderson rushed for 207 yards and a TD. Kicker Jake Wilhelm booted three field goals. This week St. Ed hosts Tampa (Fla.) Jefferson (1-1).
2. Cincinnati Moeller (4-0)
Led by senior WR Monty Madaris (seven catches, 203 yards and three TDs), the Crusaders beat Louisville (Ky.) St. Xavier 27-10. Junior QB Spencer Iacovone was 10-of-15 for 127 yards and a TD and ran for 54 yards and a TD. This week a huge showdown with visiting and No. 3 Cincinnati St. Xavier (3-1) looms.
3. Cincinnati St. Xavier (3-1)
The Bombers suffered a 17-7 loss to nationally-ranked and undefeated Louisville (Ky.) Trinity. The game was just 7-0 through three quarters. This week the Bombers travel to rival and No. 2 Cincinnati Moeller (4-0).
4. Colerain (3-1)
The Cardinals rushed for 297 yards, got a 93-yard kickoff return for a TD from Andre Jones and had QB Alfred Ramsby throw for two TDs in a 56-20 win over Mason. This week Colerain travels to No. 6 Middletown (4-0).
5. Mentor (4-0)
The Cardinals continued to roll with a 52-14 win over Mayfield. Junior QB Mitch Trubisky completed 19-of-27 passes for 349 yards and five TDs. Two of his favorite targets were Cameron Kavan (seven catches, 101 yards, two TDs) Warren Ashton (four catches, 117 yards and a TD). Mentor hosts Parma (21-2) this week.
6. Middletown (4-0)
Led by junior QB Jalan Marshall who ran for 203 yards and three TDs on 16 carries, the Middies beat Oak Hills 46-13. This week No. 4 Colerain (3-1) comes calling.
7. Whitmer (4-0)
The Panthers recorded their third straight shutout and held Toledo St. Francis to 128 total yards in a 34-0 win. This week a huge game with visiting fellow unbeaten Toledo St. John’s (4-0) looms.
8. Hilliard Davidson (3-0)
Seven different players scored for the Wildcats in a 64-0 win over Westland. As a team, Davidson rushed for 375 yards on 33 carries. This week the Wildcats host Thomas Worthington (1-3).
9. Pickerington North (4-0)
The Panthers scored on their first four drives and used five first half sacks and two interceptions to cruise to a 38-21 win over visiting Groveport-Madison. Pick North is 4-0 for the first time in history. This week the Panthers travel to No. 10 and rival Pickerington Central (1-2).
10. Pickerington Central (1-2)
The Tigers gave head coach Jay Sharrett his first ever win at Lancaster and shutout the Gales 21-0 at Fulton Field. It was Pick Central’s first win at Lancaster since 2003. Defensively, the Tigers limited Lancaster to 115 total yards. This week Pick Central travels to rival and No. 9 Pickerington North (4-0).
DROPPED OUT: No. 4 Austintown-Fitch (lost 24-16 to Canton McKinley); No. 10 Cincinnati Elder (lost 30-10 to St. Edward)
BEST OF THE REST: Toledo St. John’s (4-0), Glenville (2-2), Troy (3-1), Solon (4-0), St. Ignatius (3-1), LaSalle (4-0), Elyria (3-0), Princeton (4-0), Austintown-Fitch (3-1), Cincinnati Elder (2-2), Canton GlenOak (4-0)