2011 Muscle Milk & JJHuddle Division V Power Poll: Week 10

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2011 Muscle Milk/JJHuddle Ohio HS Football Power Polls

There’s been some shuffling and a new addition made to the Muscle Milk
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Division V Power Poll
. See who is where…


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state football
rankings continue today with the release of the latest Division V
poll
.
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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 V Power Poll: Week 10

1. Lima Central Catholic (9-0, R18)
The T-Birds won their 18th straight regular season game and beat Allen East 48-0. This week LCC goes for its second straight Northwest Conference title when it hosts Ada (8-1). 
Previous: 1

2. Coldwater (7-2, R20)
Junior QB quarterback Austin Bruns completed 12-of-23 passes for 129 yards and two TDs and ran for 84 yards and another TD in a 30-21 win over New Bremen. The Cavaliers are at Minster (6-3) to close the regular season.
Previous: 2

3. Kirtland (9-0, R17)
QB Scott Eilerman only completed six passes, but four went for TDs, as the Hornets beat Fairport Harding 54-6. Christian Hauber and Damon Washington each added two TDs. This week the Hornets host Newbury (2-7).
Previous:
3

4. Ursuline (3-6, R17)
Led by senior RB Jesse Curry who ran for 208 yards and four TDs on 26 carries, the Irish kept their playoff hopes alive with a 25-21 win over archrival Youngtown Mooney. This week Ursuline hosts Akron SVSM (8-1).   
Previous:
6

5. Liberty Center (9-0, R18)
The Tigers earned at least a share of the Northwest Ohio Athletic League title with a 34-6 win over Delta. Sean Westhoven ran for 137 yards and scored two TDs. This week LC is at Archbold (7-2).
Previous: 4

6. Marion Pleasant (9-0, R20)
The Spartans used three second half TDs of over 40 yards to turn a tight game (20-13) into a 53-20 win over Elgin. Pleasant hosts winless Northmor (0-9) this week.    
Previous: 5

7. Wynford (9-0, R19)
The Royals rallied from a third quarter deficit to win their 57th straight regular season game with a 22-20 victory over Galion. Tied 14-14 at half and down 20-14 in the third, Wynford’s Luke Miller scored the tying TD on a 2-yard run and the ensuing 2-point conversion from Zach Chatlain to Seth Rall provided the winning points. The victory also secured the Royals seventh straight North Central Conference championship and 53rd straight NCC win. Wynford hosts archrival Bucyrus (1-8) in the regular season finale.
Previous: 7

8. Nelsonville-York (9-0, R19)
RB Dustin Young ran for 174 yards and three TDs on 19 carries and QB Nathan Dean threw for 173 yards as the Buckeyes rolled up 407 yards of offense in a 53-0 win over Albany Alexander. N-Y allowed just 164 yards as it recorded its fourth shutout of the season. This week the Buckeyes face a huge challenge on the road at undefeated rival Athens (9-0). The winner is the TVC Ohio Division champion.   
Previous: 8

9. Hopewell-Loudon (9-0, R18)
Senior QB Tyler Tyree accounted for all four TDs in a 28-14 win over Tiffin Calvert. Tyree threw two TD passes and ran for two TDs as the Chieftains rallied twice from 7-point deficits to get the win. H-L closes the regular season at North Baltimore (3-6).
Previous: 9

10. Versailles (7-2, R20)
Tigerball is coming back. Versailles has been looking for that marquee win in the Bob Olwin-era and it’s delivered two back-to-back with victories over Minster (21-20) and now Anna (33-0). Against the Rockets, QB Nathan Campbell completed 23-of-35 passes for 312 yards and three TDs and the Tiger defense forced five turnovers. This week Versailles is at St. Henry (1-8).    
Previous: NR

DROPPED OUT: No. 10 Anna (lost 33-0 to Versailles)

BEST
OF THE REST:
Campbell Memorial (7-2), Cuyahoga Heights (8-1), Covington (9-0), Grandview Heights (9-0), Monroe Central (8-1), Lucasville Valley (9-0), Patrick Henry (7-2), West Liberty-Salem (9-0), Columbiana Crestview (8-1), Portsmouth West (7-1), Liberty Union (8-1), Liberty-Benton (8-1), Northwood (8-1), Hicksville (7-2), Jeromesville Hillsdale (9-0)

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