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


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2011 Muscle
& JJHuddle Division VI Power Poll: Week 5

1. Delphos St. John’s (2-2)
The Blue Jays rallied from a 21-7 halftime deficit and notched a huge road win 29-21 at Anna. WR Tanner Calvelage had six catches for 109 yards and a TD, while Tyler Jettinghoff ran for 57 yards and two TDs. This week DSJ hosts St. Henry (1-3).  
Previous: 1

2. Marion Local (3-1)
The Flyers have rebounded from a Week 1 OT loss to win three straight. Their latest conquest? An impressive 26-17 win over host Minster. Sophomore QB Adam Bertke completed 10-of-12 passes for 168 yards and two TDs, both of which went to WR Lee Pierron (eight catches, 129 yards). This week ML hosts Anna (2-2).
Previous: 3

3. Minster (2-2)
The Wildcats dropped their second straight, losing 26-17 to Marion Local. Minster’s other loss is a 7-0 setback to Delphos St. John’s in Week 3. This week Minster makes the short drive to New Bremen (0-4). 
Previous: 2

4. Ada (3-1)
Senior QB Konnor Baker threw for five TDs and ran for two more as the Bulldogs beat host Upper Scioto Valley 69-7. Next up is a visit from Bluffton (3-1).
Previous: 4

5. Malvern (4-0)
The Hornets forced four TOs and senior QB Shawn Ball ran for two TDs, threw for another and intercepted two passes as Malvern survived visiting Sugarcreek Garaway 26-22. This week the Hornets face another stiff test with a road trip to undefeated Ridgewood (4-0) looming.  
Previous: 5

6. Thompson Ledgemont (4-0)
Senior RB Danny LaRosa ran for 159 yards and two TDs and the Redskins recorded their third straight shutout with a 35-0 win over Conneaut. Ledgemont has won its last three games 124-0. This week the Redskins are at Ashtabula Edgewood (1-3).

7. Tiffin Calvert (4-0)
The Senecas scored 24 points in the final 13 minutes to break open a close game and beat Seneca East 38-14. Next up is a home game against Carey (3-1).  
Previous: 9

8. Springfield Catholic Central (3-1)
Led by senior QB Brian Kelly who completed 17-of-35 passes for 273 yards and five TDs (also threw four INTs), the Irish beat Triad 35-28. This week SCC faces a stiff test with a trip to undefeated West Liberty-Salem (4-0).

9. New Washington Buckeye Central
The Bucks suffered their first defeat, committing six turnovers in a 38-6 loss to Bucyrus Wynford. The Royals turned those six TOs in to five TDs. This week Buckeye Central travels to Riverdale (1-3).
Previous: 7

10. Fort Loramie (3-1)
Since losing 26-5 at Minster in Week 1, the Redskins have won their last three games 149-0. Their latest victim? Grove City Christian, which they shut out 62-0. This week Loramie hosts Bronson (2-2), a school from Michigan.   
Previous: NR

DROPPED OUT: No. 8 St. Henry (lost to Coldwater 28-7), No. 10 Danville (lost 31-13 to Loudonville)

Symmes Valley (3-1), Harvest Prep (3-1), Cleveland VASJ (3-1), Berlin Center Western Reserve (4-0), St. Henry (1-3), Danville (3-1), Arcadia (4-0), Edgerton (3-1)






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