2011 Muscle Milk & JJHuddle Division VI Power Poll: Week 6

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2011 Muscle Milk/JJHuddle Ohio HS Football Power Polls

Only the first four spots in the Muscle Milk and JJHuddle Division VI Power Poll remain the same. There was a ton of movement after Week 5. See who is where…


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

state football
rankings continue today with the release of the latest Division VI
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 VI Power Poll: Week 6

1. Delphos St. John’s (3-2)
The Blue Jays took the opening kickoff, drove the field, scored and never trailed thereafter in a 35-10 win over St. Henry. This week DSJ travels to Versailles (4-1).   
Previous: 1

2. Marion Local (4-1)
The Flyers scored 26 points for the second straight week and notched another big MAC win with a 26-17 victory over Anna. This week Marion travels to St. Henry (1-4).
Previous: 2

3. Minster (3-2)
The Wildcats had four different players score in a 27-7 win over New Bremen. Junior QB Adam Niemeyer completed 14-of-29 passes for 135 yards and two TDs and carried the ball nine times for 50 yards. This week Minster hosts Fort Recovery (3-2).  
Previous: 3

4. Ada (4-1)
The Bulldogs survived Bluffton 48-44. Senior QB Konnor Baker threw for 349 yards and two TDs, while junior RB Kellen Decker rushed for 133 yards and three TDs. This week Ada hosts Paulding (0-5).
Previous: 4

5. Thompson Ledgemont (5-0)
The Redskins have just 27 players, but they’re winning games big. Their latest victim? Ashtabula Edgewood, which lost 49-12. Senior RB Danny LaRosa ran for 201 yards and four TDs on 21 carries in the win. This week Ledgemont hosts Mathews (1-4).
Previous:
6


6. New Washington Buckeye Central
(4-1)
The Bucks rebounded from their loss to Wynford to beat Riverdale 41-6. Senior QB Tyler Erwin threw for a school record 400 yards and five TDs (including three to Justin Herrnstein). This week BC hosts Upper Sandusky (2-3).
Previous: 9

7. Fort Loramie (4-1)
The Redskins recorded their fourth straight shutout with a 41-0 win over Bronson (Mich.). Senior RB Cory Brandewie led the offensive attack by accounting for five TDs. He ran for 134 yards and four TDs on eight carries and caught three passes for 84 yards and another TD. Loramie outgained Bronson 466-89 in total yards. Something has to give this week as Loramie, which allows 5.2 points per game, travels to undefeated Dayton Christian (5-0), which averages 51.6 points.  
Previous: 10

8. Malvern (4-1)
The Hornets got stung by undefeated Ridgewood in a 41-20 loss. Malvern allowed 391 yards rushing and fell behind 20-0. Senior QB Shawn Ball ran for 45 yards and two TDs and threw for 221 yards. This week the Hornets host Newcomerstown (2-3).
Previous:
5

9. Springfield Catholic Central
(3-2)
The Irish had a three-game win streak snapped with a 34-21 loss at undefeated West Liberty-Salem. SCC had three turnovers and had four trips inside the red zone that produced no points. QB Brian Kelly threw for 381 yards ands two TDs and ran for another TD. This week another tough game at South Charleston Southeastern (3-2) awaits.
Previous: 8

10. Edgerton (4-1)
The Bulldogs enter the Power Poll after beating a solid Wayne Trace club 40-14. QB Brody Flegal led the way by throwing for four TDs and catching one. This week Edgerton travels to Ayersville (2-3).  
Previous: NR

DROPPED OUT: No. 7 Tiffin Calvert (lost 34-21 to Carey)

BEST
OF THE REST:
Symmes Valley (4-1), Harvest Prep (4-1), Cleveland VASJ (3-2), Berlin Center Western Reserve (5-0), St. Henry (1-4), Arcadia (5-0), Portsmouth Notre Dame (4-1), Tiffin Calvert (4-1)

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