2011 Muscle Milk & JJHuddle Division III Power Poll: Week 5


2011 Muscle Milk/JJHuddle Ohio HS Football Power Polls

There’s a new No. 1 in the Muscle Milk and JJHuddle Division III Power
. And it might surprise you…Here’s how the Week 5
rankings look.

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

state football
rankings continue today with the release of the latest Division III
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
& JJHuddle Division III Power Poll: Week 5


1. Mentor Lake Catholic (4-0)
The Cougars vault all the way from No. 6 to No. 1 thanks in part to another impressive win – this one a 27-22 victory over Youngstown Mooney. MLC has also beaten Youngstown Ursuline, Ravenna and Strongsville. Against Mooney, junior RB John Stepec ran for three TDs (all 1-yard). Up next is another test in visiting Walsh Jesuit (2-1).
Previous: 6

2. Steubenville (4-0)
Big Red, led by senior RB JoJo Pierro (141 yards and three TDs on 16 carries), racked up 526 yards of offense en route to a 40-6 win over Brooke (WV). Defensively, Steubenville allowed 166 yards and forced nine punts. This week Big Red travels to Youngstown Ursuline (1-3).

3. Kettering Alter (4-0)
The Knights rushed for 424 yards and allowed just 183 total yards in a 35-6 win over Purcell Marian. Junior QB Malik Zaire carried th4e ball 10 times for 95 yards and two TDs, while senior RB Joe Pennon ran for 146 yards and a TD on 15 carries. This week Alter travels to Hamilton Badin (3-1).  

4. Akron SVSM (4-0)
Senior QB Kevin Besser threw for 218 yards and four TDs and ran for two more TDs as the Irish beat Euclid 56-14. SVSM is at Akron Hoban (0-4) this week. 
Previous: 4

5. Youngstown Mooney (2-2)
The Cardinals dropped their second straight, losing 27-22 to mentor Lake Catholic. This week Mooney faces another stiff test as Red Lion (Del.) Christian Academy (2-1) comes to Youngstown.
Previous: 5

6. Cleveland Benedictine (4-0)
The Bengals rode the legs of Brian Lacy (three rushing TDs) to a convincing 49-21 win over Holy Name. Benedictine hosts Cleveland Central Catholic (3-1) this week.
Previous: 7

7. Ravenna (3-1)
Senior RB D.J. Jones ran for 283 yards and five TDs as the Ravens beat Mantua Crestwood 56-3. As a team Ravenna had 465 total yards. This week the Ravens host Coventry (3-1). 
Previous: 8

8. Marlington (3-1)
The Dukes had their 14-game regular season win streak snapped and suffered a tough loss at Louisville, falling 35-28 in the final minute. This week Marlington looks to rebound at home against Salem (3-1).
Previous: 1

9. Springfield Shawnee (4-0)
The Braves beat Springfield Northwestern 56-0. Shawnee had 491 yards of offense and held Northwestern to 84 (and three first downs). Next up is a visit from Greenon (1-3).
Previous: 9

10. Columbus Watterson (2-2)
The Eagles re-enter the Power Poll after beating Winton Woods 31-28 on Brennan Clegg’s 26-yard field goal with 1.1 seconds left. Senior RB Anthony Melaragno led the way for Watterson by rushing for 129 yards and two TDs on 15 carries. He also recovered a fumble. This week a huge road test awaits at Cincinnati LaSalle (4-0).   
Previous: NR

DROPPED OUT:  No. 10 Poland (beat Cortland Lakeview 38-21)

Chagrin Falls (4-0), Logan Elm (4-0), Jonathan Alder (4-0), Thornville Sheridan (4-0), Columbus DeSales (2-2), University School (4-0), Dover (3-1), Dayton Thurgood Marshall (3-1), Poland (2-2), Clyde (2-2)






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