Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Division I Football Power Poll: Week 4

Image

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 I Week 4 Power Poll. Here’s who is where after three 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.

2008 Power Polls

2009 Power Polls 

2010 Power Polls

2011 Power Polls

_______________________________________________________________________

OHIO NATIONAL GUARD & JJH POWER POLL

DIVISION I WEEK 4 RANKINGS

1. Moeller (3-0)
Last Week: The Crusaders scored 27 third-quarter points to break open an eight-point game at halftime (27-19) and cruise to a 61-33 win over Detroit Central Catholic. Senior RB Keith Watkins ran for 177 yards and four TDs, while senior QB Spencer Icavone threw for 233 yards and two TDs.
Up Next:
@ Louisville St. Xavier (3-1)
Previous: 1

2. Cleveland St. Ignatius (3-0)
Last Week: The Wildcats destroyed Mentor 48-21 in a match-up of Northeast Ohio powers before 9,000 strong at Byers Field in Parma. Ignatius built a 31-7 halftime lead. QB Mike LaManna completed 18-of-27 passes for 292 yards and three TDs, while senior RB Tim McVey ran for 217 yards and three TDs. The Wildcats defense produced three turnovers and six sacks.
Up Next:
@ Strong Vincent (Pa.) (0-2)
Previous: 2

3. Colerain (3-0)
Last Week:
The Cardinals snapped a four-game losing streak to St. Xavier and rallied from a 28-21 fourth quarter deficit to beat the Bombers 31-28 on junior K Zach Gehner’s 38-yard field goal with 31 seconds left. Colerain QB Alfred Ramsby threw for 187 yards and two TDs and ran for 103 yards and two TDs.
Up Next:
vs Princeton (0-3)
Previous: 3

4. Lakewood St. Edward (3-0)
Last Week: The Eagles racked up 28 first quarter points en route to a 51-0 win over visiting Howard D. Wilson (D.C.). RBs Dwayne Aaron and Kenneth Butler each scored two TDs.
Up Next:
@ Cincinnati Elder (2-1)
Previous: 5

5.  Findlay (3-0)
Last Week: The Trojans returned the opening kickoff for a TD for the second straight week and scored five first quarter TDs in a 42-6 win over Holy Trinity Catholic (Canada).
Up Next:
vs Lima Senior (0-3)
Previous: 6

6. Pickerington North (3-0)
Last Week: The Panthers racked up 505 yards of offense and senior RB Godwin Igwebuike went for over 200 yards rushing for the third straight game as Pick North beat Fremont Ross 41-13. Igwebuike carried the ball 15 times for 223 yards and four TDs.
Up Next:
vs Newark (1-2)
Previous: 7

7. Dublin Coffman (3-0)
Last Week: Senior QB James Walsh completed 23-of-32 passes for 313 yards and three TDs in a 40-7 win over Massillon Perry.
Up Next:
vs Hilliard Davidson (2-1)
Previous: 8

8. Mentor (2-1)
Last Week: The Cardinals had a dreadful first half and fell behind 31-7 at the break in an eventual 48-21 loss to St. Ignatius. The good news? The second half edge was just 17-14 in favor of the Wildcats.
Up Next:
vs Mayfield (2-1)
Previous: 4

9. Cincinnati St. Xavier (2-1)
Last Week: The Bombers held leads of 14-0 and 28-21 on Colerain but couldn’t seal the deal, falling 31-28 in the teams’ 10th meeting in eight years. The loss snapped a four-game winning streak from St. X against Colerain.
Up Next:
@ Louisville Trinity (3-0)
Previous: 9

10. Canton GlenOak (3-0)
Last Week: Senior RB Justin Smith ran for three TDs as the Golden Eagles beat Euclid 35-18.
Up Next:
vs Boardman (2-1)
Previous: NR

DROPPED OUT: No. 10 Middletown (lost 51-13 to Winton Woods)

BEST OF THE REST: Pickerington Central (1-1), Gahanna (3-0), Hudson (3-0), Cleveland Heights (3-0), Westerville Central (3-0), Westerville South (3-0), Hilliard Darby (3-0), Toledo Whitmer (3-0), Austintown-Fitch (3-0), Huber Heights Wayne (2-1), Canton McKinley (2-0), North Canton Hoover (3-0)

JJHuddle & ScoutingOhio 2013 Top 200 RB Video

A look at some of Ohio’s top senior RBs…Thomas, Smith, Watkins, Edwards & More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *