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

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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 IV 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 IV Week 2 poll. A reminder, JJHuddle is proud to announce that the Ohio National Guard has
become the presenting sponsor
of the 2012 rankings.

During the season we will release the  Ohio National Guard & JJHuddle Power Polls on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

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DIVISION IV WEEK 4 RANKINGS

1. Columbus Hartley (3-0)
Last Week: The Hawks beat East Knox 50-7. JaWuan Woodley (139 yards) and Marcellus Calhoun (109) each ran for two TDs and Jared Brandewie threw for two.
Up Next:
@ Akron Hoban (0-3)
Previous: 1

2. St. Clairsville (3-0)
Last Week: Senior WR Dan Monteroso scored four TDs for the second straight week as the Red Devils beat Dayton Jefferson Twp. 56-26. Monteroso caught three TD passes and returned a punt 55 yards for another score.
Up Next:
@ Indian Creek (3-0)
Previous: 2

3. Norwayne (3-0)
Last Week: The Bobcats won for the 26th time in their last 30 games with a 41-13 win over Collins Western Reserve.
Up Next: @ Rittman (0-3)
Previous: 3

4. Clinton-Massie (3-0)
Last Week: The Falcons dominated host Jonathan Alder 49-7 in an anticipated match-up of top teams whose last three games had all been decided by one point. Massie’s defense had nine sacks, 14 TFL and five takeaways (three INTs), two of which were returned for TDs. Junior Bayle Wolf ran for two TDs and returned an INT for a TD. The Falcons outgained Alder 425-110 in total yards.
Up Next: @ Greenfield McClain (2-1)
Previous: 4 

5. Genoa Area (3-0)
Last Week: Senior RB Kyle Nutter became Genoa’s career rushing leader in a 49-7 win over Port Clinton. Nutter ran for 169 yards and two TDs to end the night with 4,320 yards. The previous record of 4,168 was set by Cliff Walen (1996-99).
Up Next: @ Fostoria (0-3)
Previous: 5

6. Ironton (3-0)
Last Week: The Tigers survived a scare and a failed 2-point conversion in the final minute to edge Gallia Academy 14-13 in the teams 56th meeting. RB Patrick Lewis ran for 99 yards and a TD on 12 carries and also scored on a 60-yard punt return.
Up Next: vs Ashland Blazer (Ky.) (4-0)
Previous: 6

7. Brookfield (3-0)
Last Week: The Cardinals scored two TDs 12 seconds apart in the final minute of the first half to gain momentum and roll to a 58-20 win over Campbell Memorial.
Up Next:
@ Struthers (3-0)
Previous: 7

8. North Union (3-0)
Last Week:
The Wildcats went over 50 points for the second time this season and rolled Galion Northmor 56-6.
Up Next:
vs Mount Gilead (1-2)
Previous: 8

9. Chaminade-Julienne (2-1)
Last Week: Still without senior hammers Darien Howard (FB/LB) and Brandon Payne (RB), the Eagles manhandled Dayton Meadowdale 54-20. RB Jamel Sanders ran for three TDs, while Antwan Persons and Antwand Wilson each scored two.
Up Next: vs Purcell Marian (0-3)
Previous: 9

10. Galion (2-1)
Last Week: Junior QB Dareian Watkins accounted for five TDs as the Tigers beat Keystone 46-28. Watkins ran for two TDs, caught a TD, threw for a TD and returned a punt for a TD.
Up Next: @ Upper Sandusky (2-1)
Previous: 10

DROPPED OUT: None

BEST OF THE REST: Kenton (2-1), Ottawa-Glandorf (3-0), Badin (2-1), Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy (3-0), Fenwick (2-1), Milton-Union (2-1), Streetsboro (3-0), Westfall (2-1), Elyria Catholic (2-1), Ready (3-0), Amanda-Clearcreek (2-1), Minford (3-0), Martins Ferry (3-0)

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