2011 Muscle Milk & JJHuddle Division VI Power Poll: Week 7

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2011 Muscle Milk/JJHuddle Ohio HS Football Power Polls

A week after just four spots stayed the same, all 10 teams hold steady in the Muscle Milk and JJHuddle Division VI
Power Poll


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state football
rankings continue today with the release of the latest Division VI
poll
.
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2011 Muscle
Milk
& JJHuddle Division VI Power Poll: Week 7

1. Delphos St. John’s (4-2, R22)
Senior RB Jordan Bergfled ran for three TDs as the Blue Jays rallied from a 7-3 deficit to win 31-7 at Versailles. This week DSJ travels to Coldwater (5-1) for a meeting of No. 1s that we’ll have covered with MVP HD (video on Monday).     
Previous: 1

2. Marion Local (5-1, R24)
Led by Senior WR/KR/DB/K Lee Pierron, the Flyers beat St. henry 47-6. Pierron returned a punt 69 yards for a TD, kicked five PATs and had a 13-yard TD catch. This week Marion is at Parkway (2-4).
Previous: 2

3. Minster (4-2, R24)
The Wildcats scored a 43-7 win over Fort Recovery thanks in part to RB Troy Kaufman who ran for 148 yards and three TDs on just eight carries. Minster gained 405 total yards and allowed just 41 rushing. This week the Wildcats are at St. Henry (1-5).   
Previous: 3

4. Ada (5-1, R24)
Senior QB Konnor Baker threw for six TDs and 300 yards as the Bulldogs beat Paulding 56-12. This week Ada is at Convoy Crestview (4-2).
Previous: 4


5. Thompson Ledgemont (6-0, R21)
The Redskins recorded their fourth shutout of the season with a 32-0 decision over Mathews. Ledgemont has allowed a total of 25 points through six games. Senior RB Danny LaRosa led the offense by scoring four TDs and running for 166 yards. The Redskins are at Pymatuning Valley (4-2) this week.
Previous:
6


6. New Washington Buckeye Central
(5-1, R23)
The Bucks beat Upper Sandusky 27-7 thanks in part to RB Michael Adkins (182 yards, two TDs, 30 carries) and TE Thomas Kaple (three receptions, 105 yards, two TDs). This week BC hosts Crestline (3-3). 
Previous: 9

7. Fort Loramie (5-1, R24)
The Redskins ran for 307 of their 329 total yards in a 32-6 win over previously unbeaten Dayton Christian. Senior RB Cory Brandewie ran for 91 yards and a TD, caught a 17-yard TD pass and had an interception. Overall the Redskins had three players who rushed for at least 81 yards (Delaunte Thornton and Logan McGee). This week Loramie hosts Waynesfield-Goshen (4-2).  
Previous:
10

8. Malvern (5-1, R21)
The Hornets beat Newcomerstown 42-7. QB Shawn Ball threw for 120 yards and two TDs and ran for 111 yards and two more TDs. Next up is a trip to Strasburg-Franklin (4-2).
Previous:
5

9. Springfield Catholic Central
(4-2, R24)
The Irish bounced back from a loss at undefeated West Liberty-Salem to shut out South Charleston Southeastern 21-0. Despite raining conditions and limited attempts, senior QB Brian Kelly still threw for 122 yards and two TDs. Defensively, SCC held Southeastern to 88 total yards. This week the Irish host Springfield Northeastern (2-4).
Previous:
8

10. Edgerton (5-1, R22)
QB Brody Flegal completed 17-of-26 passes for 360 yards and four TDs as the Bulldogs beat Ayersville 49-21. This week Edgerton hosts Holgate (1-5).  
Previous:
NR

DROPPED OUT: None

BEST
OF THE REST:
Symmes Valley (5-1), Berlin Center Western Reserve (6-0), Arcadia (5-1), Portsmouth Notre Dame (5-1), Tiffin Calvert (5-1), Leipsic (5-1), Newark Catholic (3-3)

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