2011 Muscle Milk & JJHuddle Division VI Power Poll: Week 8


2011 Muscle Milk/JJHuddle Ohio HS Football Power Polls

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2011 Muscle
& JJHuddle Division VI Power Poll: Week 8

1. Marion Local (6-1, R24)
The Flyers won their sixth straight game and scored at least 48 points for the fourth time during that stretch with a 48-20 win over Parkway. Marion scored TDs on seven of its first eight possessions. Next up is a visit from D-V No. 1 Coldwater (6-1).

2. Delphos St. John’s (4-3, R22)
The Blue Jays fell in the final 90 seconds at Coldwater 17-14. DSJ led 14-10 at halftime. Senior RB Jordan Bergfeld ran for 48 yards and two TDs. This week the Blue Jays host Fort Recovery (3-4).      
Previous: 1

3. Minster (5-2, R24)
The Wildcats won their third straight with a 34-7 decision over St. Henry. Junior QB Adam Niemeyer threw for two TDs and ran for two TDs, while Devon Poeppelman caught a TD pass, ran for a TD and kicked four PATs. Minster hosts Versailles (5-2) this week.    
Previous: 3

4. Ada (6-1, R24)
The Bulldog defense denied Convoy Crestview on a 2-point attempt in the third OT as Ada survived the Knights upset bid 43-42. QB  Konnor Baker completed 13-of-27 passes for 171 yards and three TDs and also had two interceptions on defense. This week Ada hosts Allen East (1-6).

5. Thompson Ledgemont (7-0, R21)
Senior RB/DB Danny LaRosa continues to terrorize the opposition and the Redskins beat Pymatuning Valley 47-7. LaRosa carried the ball 27 times for 259 yards and four TDs, caught a TD pass and had an interception on defense. Ledgemont racked up 472 yards of offense and allowed PV just one first down in the second half. The Redskins host  winless Lutheran East (0-7) this week.
Previous: 5

6. New Washington Buckeye Central
(6-1, R23)
The Bucks won their third straight with a convincing 57-7 decision over Crestline. Senior QB Tyler Erwin completed 9-of-13 passes for 223 yards and four TDs (three to Justin Herrnstein) and RB Michael Adkins added 225 yards and three TDs on 20 carries. Defensively the Bucks held Crestline to minus-24 yards rushing. This week BC hits the road for a stiff test at Ontario (6-1).
Previous: 6

7. Fort Loramie (6-1, R24)
The Redskins won their sixth straight with another dominant performance. Loramie beat Waynesfield-Goshen 62-8 and has outscored its last six opponents 284-14. Against W-G the Redskins racked up 525 yards of offense and had five different players run for a TD. Senior RB Cory Brandewie led the charge by running for 117 yards and a TD on eight carries and adding three TDs and 165 yards on three catches. Loramie travels to troy Christian (1-6) this week.   
Previous: 7

8. Malvern (6-1, R21)
The Hornets rallied from a 14-7 halftime deficit to beat Strasburg-Franklin 26-21. Senior QB Shawn Ball led the comeback by running the ball 30 times for 223 yards and three TDs and throwing for 181 yards and another TD. Malvern travels to Tuscarawas Central Catholic (1-6) this week.
Previous: 8

9. Springfield Catholic Central
(5-2, R24)
The Irish handled Springfield Northeastern 45-22. Senior QB Brian Kelly threw for three TDs and ran for another as the Irish built a 35-6 halftime lead. Up next is a visit from Greeneview (2-5). 
Previous: 9

10. Edgerton (6-1, R22)
QB Brody Flegal completed 7-of-11 passes for 215 yards and three TDs as the Bulldogs beat Holgate 56-20. This week Edgerton hosts Fairview (3-4).  
Previous: 10


Symmes Valley (6-1), Berlin Center Western Reserve (7-0), Arcadia (5-2), Portsmouth Notre Dame (6-1), Tiffin Calvert (6-1), Leipsic (6-1), Newark Catholic (3-4), Youngstown Christian (6-1)








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