Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Division II Football Power Poll: Week 6


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 6 Power Poll. Here’s who is where after five weeks…

The Power Polls…continue. JJHuddle’s immensely popular state football
rankings return today with the release of the Division I Week 6 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. Toledo Central Catholic (5-0)
Last Week: The Irish crushed Findlay 56-27 in a much-anticipated match up. After falling behind 14-7, TCC scored on four straight possessions to take a 35-14 halftime lead. All four TDs were runs by Amir Edwards. The Irish finished with 531 yards rushing on 67 attempts.
Up Next:
@ Fremont Ross (3-2)
Previous: 1

2. Tiffin Columbian (5-0)
Last Week: RB Jack Jacoby ran for 168 yards and three TDs as the Tornadoes beat Toledo Start 35-26. Despite holding a 21-0 third quarter lead, Columbian saw it’s advantage cut to 28-26 before Jacoby scored his final TD.
Up Next:
vs Bellevue (5-0)
Previous: 2

3. Trotwood-Madison (3-2)
Last Week: The Rams shut out West Carrollton 20-0 and held the Pirates to minus-4 total yards. RB Ashton Jackson scored two TDs for Trotwood, which had 321 total yards.
Up Next:
@ Piqua (2-3)
Previous: 3

4. Winton Woods (4-1)
Last Week: The Warriors rallied from a 13-0 deficit to beat Dayton Thurgood Marshall 17-13. QB Shemar Hooks and RB Jalen Davis scored rushing TDs for WW.
Up Next:
@ Jonathan Alder (3-2)
Previous: 9

5. Aurora (4-1)
Last Week:
It was a colorful affair as the Greenmen beat Orange 41-7. Aurora scored on interception and fumble returns for TDs.
Up Next:
vs West Geauga (3-2)
Previous: 4

6. Tri-Valley (5-0)
Last Week: RB Austin Jones ran for four TDs and 147 yards on 11 carries and the Scotties shut out Crooksville 63-0.
Up Next:
vs Morgan (1-4)
Previous: 6

7. Cincinnati Turpin (5-0)
Last Week: The Spartans beat Glen Este 21-0
thanks in part to RB Ryan Millikin who ran for 83 yards and two TDs. It
was Millikin’s first action since an ankle injury in Week 1. Glen Este
had 110 yards of offense and was 0-for-11 on third downs.
Up Next:
vs Hughes (3-2)
Previous: 7

8. New Philadelphia (5-0)
Last Week: The Quakers beat Canal Fulton Northwest 42-21 as junior RB Jamal
Johnson carried the ball 42 times for 336 yards and six TDs. Johnson
went over 1,000 yards with the effort (1,201 to date). It was his second
300-yard game this season.
Up Next:
vs Coshocton (1-4)
Previous: 8

9. Zanesville (5-0)
Last Week: QB Thomas Wibbeler completed 11 straight passes and threw for 399 yards and five TDs as the Blue Devils shut out Jonathan Alder 42-0. Wibbeler has thrown 10 TDs the last two weeks.
Up Next:
@ River View (2-3)
Previous: 5

10. Chardon (5-0)
Last Week: The Hilltoppers lost three fumbles but picked off three passes to edge Madison 7-0. The only TD was a 1-yard run by QB T.J. Benenati in the third quarter.
Up Next:
@ Willoughby South (5-0)
Previous: 9

DROPPED OUT: No. 5 Marion-Franklin (beat Columbus Independence 36-30), No. 10 Kent Roosevelt (beat Field 37-7)

BEST OF THE REST: Marion-Franklin (4-1), Kent Roosevelt (4-1), Avon (4-1), Norwalk (5-0), Tippecanoe (5-0), Mount Healthy (5-0), Licking Heights (5-0), Howland (4-1), New Albany (3-2), Kenston (3-2), Mansfield Senior (4-1), Mansfield Madison (4-1), Tallmadge (4-1), Grafton Midview (5-0), Celina (4-1)

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