The Power Polls…continue. JJHuddle’s immensely popular state football rankings return with the release of the Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Division I Week 7 Power Poll. Here’s who is where after six weeks…
The Power Polls…continue. JJHuddle’s immensely popular state football rankings return today with the release of the Division I Week 7 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 regular season.
OHIO NATIONAL GUARD & JJH POWER POLL
DIVISION I WEEK 7 RANKINGS
1. Cleveland St. Ignatius (6-0)
Last Week: Junior Matt Colella kicked a 51-yard field goal, senior RB Tom McVey scored four TDs and head coach Chuck Kyle won his 296th career game as the Wildcats handled Glenville 35-7.
Up Next: vs John Adams (3-3)
2. Colerain (6-0)
Last Week: The Cardinals notched their third shutout with a 35-0 win over Mason. Colerain scored all five TDs on the ground. Junior RB Detuan Smith led the way with 200 yards and three TDs on 23 carries.
Up Next: vs Middletown (2-4)
3. Cincinnati St. Xavier (4-2)
Last Week: The Bombers gave up 430 total yards and 20 consecutive points at one time but still left Elder’s fabled Pit with a 35-26 win. St. X had 385 yards of its own as senior QB Nick Tensing completed 15-of-24 passes for 238 yards and three TDs. Senior WR Kevin Milligan also accounted for three TDs – two receiving and one rushing.
Up Next: @ LaSalle (4-2)
4. Lakewood St. Edward (6-0)
Last Week: Senior QB Ryan Fallon threw three TD passes – his second breaking a 20-20 third quarter tie – as the Eagles beat McDowell (Pa.) 34-23. Special teams was big for St. Ed who had two FGs (by Taylor Marsilio) and a kickoff return for a TD (by Anthony Young).
Up Next: @ Mooney (2-3)
5. Pickerington North (6-0)
Last Week: The Panthers recorded their first win ever (in six tries) over archrival Pickerington Central and they did it in fashion – 37-0 at Central. Senior QB Mason Olszewski led the charge by completing 18-of-28 passes for 273 yards and three TDs. He also had an interception as a DB.
Up Next: vs Reynoldsburg (4-2)
6. Dublin Coffman (6-0)
Last Week: Ahead just 21-14 at halftime, the Rocks outscored Thomas Worthington 35-0 in the second half to post a 56-14 win. QB James Walsh and RB Bilal Williamson each ran for three TDs as Coffman racked up 568 yards of offense, including 394 on the ground.
Up Next: @ Central Crossing (1-5)
7. Moeller (5-1)
Last Week: Senior RB Keith Watkins ran for 225 yards and two TDs and senior DB Logan Kelleher had nine tackles and a key interception as the Crusaders beat LaSalle 37-22.
Up Next: vs Elder (3-3)
8. Austintown-Fitch (6-0)
Last Week: Falcons beat Youngstown East 56-7. Fitch has outscored its opponents this season 261-40.
Up Next: @ Massillon Washington (5-1)
9. Mentor (5-1)
Last Week: Senior QB Mitch Trubisky became the Cardinals all-time leading passer in a 49-21 win over Brunswick. Trubisky completed 19-of-24 passes for 298 yards and five TDs against the Blue Devils giving him 6,080 yards for his career. He passed former Ohio Mr. Football Bart Tanski.
Up Next: vs Solon (4-2)
10. Warren Harding (5-1)
Last Week: RB LeShun Daniels ran for 187 yards and two TDs on 25 carries as the Raiders beat Shaw 43-20.
Up Next: @ Euclid (4-2)
DROPPED OUT: None
BEST OF THE REST: Hilliard Darby (6-0), Toledo Whitmer (6-0), Huber Heights Wayne (5-1), Canton McKinley (5-0), Springboro (6-0), Findlay (5-1), North Royalton (6-0), Willoughby South (6-0), Lakota West (6-0), Olentangy (6-0), Avon Lake (5-1), Lakota East (5-1), Dublin Scioto (5-1)
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