Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Division II Football Power Poll: Week 3


Ohio National Guard JJHuddle HS Football Power Poll

The Power Polls…continue. JJHuddle’s immensely popular state football
rankings return with the release of the Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Division II Week 3 Power Poll. Here’s who is where after two weeks…

The Power Polls…continue. JJHuddle’s immensely popular state football
rankings return today with the release of the Division I Week 2 poll. A reminder, JJHuddle is proud to announce that the Ohio National Guard has
become the presenting sponsor
of the 2012 rankings.

We will release the remaining Ohio National Guard & JJHuddle Power Polls today and tomorrow.

New polls will be unveiled on site every week during the season.

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1. Trotwood-Madison (1-1)
Last Week: The Rams almost tossed what is the equivalent of a perfect game in a 63-0 shutout of Dayton Dunbar. Trotwood scored TDs rushing, receiving, on special teams (punt return) and on defense (fumble return). They also had a safety. Dunbar had 13 yards of offense and of the game’s 80 plays – only two were snapped on Trotwood’s side of the field.
Up Next: @ Wayne (1-1)
Previous: 1

2. Toledo Central Catholic (2-0)
Last Week: The Irish rushed for 362 yards and DB Jayme Thompson returned an interception for a TD as TCC beat Bedford (Mich.) 49-29.
Up Next: @ Perrysburg (2-0)
Previous: 2

3. Aurora (2-0)
Last Week:
The Greenmen rallied from a second half deficit by scoring 21 third-quarter points en route to beating Ravenna 37-21.
Up Next: vs Revere (2-0)
Previous: 3

4. Tiffin Columbian (2-0)
Last Week: The Tornadoes had two RBs go over 150 yards each in a 33-22 win over Mansfield Senior. Jack Jacoby ran for 178 yards and two TDs on 32 carries, while Ryan Lynch went for 154 yard and two TDs on 20 carries.
Up Next: vs Fostoria (0-2)
Previous: 5

5. Marion-Franklin (1-1)
Last Week: The Red Devils trailed Pickerington Central 31-24 in the third quarter before succumbing 45-24. Three turnovers turned into three Pick Central scores.
Up Next: vs Canal Winchester (1-1)
Previous: 6


6. Tri-Valley (2-0)
Last Week:
Led by senior RB Austin Jones’ four rushing TDs, the Scotties beat
Maysville 47-7. QB Nathan Strock added 201 yards passing and two TDs
Up Next: @ West Muskingum (0-2)
Previous: 7

7. New Philadelphia (2-0)
Last Week: Led by junior RB Jamal Johnson (448 yards of offense), the Quakers beat West Branch 49-45. Johnson ran for 324 yards (four TDs) and had 114 yards (and a TD) receiving.
Up Next: vs Barberton (1-1)
Previous: 8

8. Fremont Ross (2-0)
Last Week: The Little Giants picked up a big 32-39 road win at D-I Brecksville-Broadview Heights. QB Tyler Wolf ran for 187 yards and two TDs and threw for 126 yards. Another huge road test awaits this week at Pickerington North.
Up Next:
@ Pickerington North (2-0)
Previous: 9

9. Cincinnati Turpin (2-0)
Last Week: The Spartans opened up a 14-0 lead and then scored 20-fourth quarter points to pull away from Wyoming 34-14. Senior QB Connor Jansen ran for two TDs and threw for two more. 
Up Next: vs McNicholas (2-0)
Previous: NR 

10. Kent Roosevelt (1-1)
Last Week: The Rough Riders fell behind 14-0 and never led in a 33-26 loss to Stow-Munroe Falls. Senior QB Tra Champman threw for 244 yards (and two TDs) and ran for 83 yards.
Up Next: vs Cuyahoga Falls (2-0)
Previous: 4

DROPPED OUT: No. 10 Wapakoneta (lost 21-14 to Elida)

BEST OF THE REST: Franklin (2-0), Avon (1-1), Maple Heights (2-0), Norwalk (2-0), Tippecanoe (2-0), Perrysburg (2-0), Wapakoneta (1-1), Zanesville (2-0), Hamilton Township (2-0), Mount Healthy (2-0)

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