Only four teams are in te same spots they were last week in the latest Muscle
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& JJHuddle Division IV Power Poll: Week 6
1. Kenton (5-0)
Senior QB Maty Mauk ran for 174 yards and three TDs on 25 carries and completed 20-of-32 passes for 225 yards and two TDs in a 36-20 win over Ottawa-Glandorf. DB Sean Kelly had a huge game with three interceptions. This week Kenton has a big road test at Elida (4-1).
2. Columbus Hartley (5-0)
The Hawks made the long trek to Cleveland and then made it a long night for Cleveland VASJ. Hartley allowed a TD on an interception return and that was it in a 49-7 win. This week the hawks have a bye.
3. Genoa (5-0)
The Comets failed to score over 40 points for the first time this year but ran their regular season win streak to 44 games with a 38-7 win over Millbury Lake. QB Josh Bryer threw two TD passes and ran for 158 yards. This week Genoa is at Otsego (3-2).
4. Fenwick (5-0)
Led by senior QB Austin Gearing who threw for six TDs and ran for another, the Falcons beat Purcell Marian 63-20. This week Fenwick hosts Roger Bacon (2-3).
5. Creston Norwayne (5-0)
The Bobcats exploded for a 54-0 halftime lead and beat Rittman 61-7. Norwayne has outscored the opposition this year 247-29. This week the Bobcats host Waynedale (3-2).
6. Waynesville (5-0)
The Spartans beat Preble Shawnee 43-14. Seniro QB Luke Creditt threw for 155 yards and a TD and ran for 85 yards and another TD. This week Waynesville hosts Dixie (2-3).
7. Pemberville Eastwood (5-0)
The Eagles beat Elmwood 52-0 thanks in part to the Conkle brothers – Isiah and Zach – who combined to rush for 204 yards and five TDs on 28 carries. Eastwood allowed Elmwood just 73 yards of offense. This week the Eagles host Rossford (1-4).
8. Johnstown-Monroe (5-0)
Led by senior RB Ross Franklin (four TDs, including one on a 95-yard fumble return), the Johnnies beat Loudonville 56-35. Johnstown rushed for 408 yards with Franklin gaining 226 on 28 carries. QB Matt Smith added 93 yards on 13 carries. The Johnnies host Fredericktown (3-2) this week.
9. Ironton (4-1)
Dion Brown’s 73-yard TD run in the fourth quarter was the difference in the Tigers 6-0 win over Gallia Academy. Ironton’s defense also made a fourth quarter stand, denying Gallia any points despite reaching the 2-yardline with under two minutes to go. This week Ironton faces a huge challenge with a trip to Jonathan Alder (5-0).
10. Amanda-Clearcreek (4-1)
The Aces enter the Power Poll after a solid 28-13 win over Canal Winchester. QB/DB Austin Smith threw a TD pass and intercepted two passes on defense, while RB Chet Saum rushed for 182 yards and two TDs. Defensively, the Aces limited CW to 25 yards rushing and 124 yards passing. This week A-C hosts Hamilton Township (3-2).
DROPPED OUT: No. 4 Orrville (lost 21-14 to Mansfield Senior)
OF THE REST: North Union (4-1), Maderia (5-0), Martins Ferry (4-1), Orrville (3-2), St. Clairsville (5-0), Ottawa-Glandorf (4-1), Badin (3-2), Girard (5-0), Coshocton (5-0), Clinton Massie (3-2), Ontario (5-0)