The Power Polls…continue. JJHuddle’s immensely popular state football rankings return with the release of the Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Division IV 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 IV Week 6 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.
OHIO NATIONAL GUARD & JJH POWER POLL
DIVISION IV WEEK 6 RANKINGS
1. Columbus Hartley (5-0)
Last Week: The Hawks had 553 total yards and scored 21 points in each the first and second quarters en route to a 56-6 win over Proctorville Fairland. Marcellus Calhoun and Ja’Wuan Woodley each ran for two TDs, while Hez Moore scored TDs on an 82-yard kickoff return and a 72-yard pass. Hartley had five TDs of 40 yards or longer.
Up Next: vs Watterson (3-2)
2. St. Clairsville (5-0)
Last Week: RB Jaylon Brown carried the ball 14 times for 210 yards and three TDs as the Red Devils beat previously unbeaten Harrison Central 42-6.
Up Next: vs Bellaire (4-1)
3. Norwayne (5-0)
Last Week: The Bobcats blasted Waynedale 69-12. Norwayne is averaging 50.4 points and allowing 8.8 per game.
Up Next: vs Chippewa (0-5)
4. Clinton-Massie (5-0)
Last Week: The Falcons recorded their second straight shutout with a 42-0 win over Madison Plains. RB Bayle Wolfe ran for four TDs, while Wyatt Running scored two.
Up Next: vs Hillsboro (0-5)
5. Genoa Area (5-0)
Last Week: The Comets set a school record for points in a game in a 79-0 shutout win overt Millbury Lake. The previous record was 73 points. Genoa has TDs on punt, fumble and interception returns.
Up Next: vs Otsego (3-2)
6. Ironton (5-0)
Last Week: The Tigers racked up 535 total yards and scored the games first five TDs in a 61-34 win over Portsmouth. RB Patrick Lewis carried the ball just six times but had 165 yards and three TDs.
Up Next: @ Johnson Central (Ky.) (4-1)
7. Brookfield (5-0)
Last Week: RB Ryan Morosa ran for three TDs as the Cardinals beat Warren JFK 35-0.
Up Next: @ Western Reserve (2-3)
8. Ottawa-Glandorf (5-0)
Last Week: The Titans held Kenton to its lowest scoring output in 48 games in a 52-16 win. Senior RB Tristan Parker led O-G’s offense with 201 yards and three TDs on 27 carries.
Up Next: @ Wapakoneta (3-2)
9. North Union (5-0)
Last Week: The Wildcats trailed 7-0 after the first quarter but rallied for a 26-7 win over River Valley. Kam Smith scored two TDs and Drew Crabtree threw for two as NU outgained RV 339-187 in total yards.
Up Next: vs Elgin (3-2)
10. Galion (4-1)
Last Week: RB David Nay ran for 231 yards and two TDs and added a TD catch as the Tigers beat Bucyrus 41-14.
Up Next: vs Colonel Crawford (5-0)
DROPPED OUT: None
BEST OF THE REST: Chaminade-Julienne (4-1), Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy (5-0), Milton-Union (4-1), Westfall (4-1), Ready (5-0), Minford (5-0), Johnstown-Monroe (4-1), Fenwick (3-2)
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