Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Division IV Football Power Poll: Week 7

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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 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 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.

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DIVISION IV WEEK 7 RANKINGS

1. Columbus Hartley (6-0)
Last Week: The Hawks won one for the ages by beating Watterson 28-14 in the teams’ first meeting since 1996. The victory was just the fourth ever in 35 tries for Hartley against the Eagles. Senior RBH Ju’Wuan Woodley rushed for 134 yards and a TD, had an interception and threw a 71-yard halfback pass on the Hawks first play from scrimmage. Twice in the first half Hartley stopped Watterson drives at the 1-yardline. 
Up Next:
vs Bishop Luers (Fort Wayne, Ind.) (5-2)
Previous: 1

2. St. Clairsville (6-0)
Last Week: Junior RB Jaylon Brown scored six TDs in the Red Devils 58-14 win over Bellaire. Brown ran for 224 yards and five TDs on 19 carries and caught three passes for 101 yards and another TD.
Up Next:
@ Richmond Edison (1-5)
Previous: 2

3. Norwayne (6-0)
Last Week: The Bobcats beat Chippewa 56-7.  The last three weeks Norwayne has outscored its opponents 194-19.
Up Next:
@ Dalton (2-4)
Previous: 3

4. Clinton-Massie (6-0)
Last Week: The Falcons made homecoming a memorable one. Playing their first game since finding out that 2011 graduate and former Falcon QB Jake Richardson passed away, Massie beat Hillsboro 77-6. Richardson wore No. 7. “No. 7 was on everybody’s mind. The kids had 7s on each cheek. It’s crazy it turned out to be 77,” Massie head coach Dan McSurley told the Wilmington News Journal. “We don’t want to embarrass or disrespect anyone, but when we got that close at the end, it was something we wanted to do in memory of Jake.” The undefeated Falcons (6-0) have outscored their opponents this season 336-27.
Up Next:
@ London (0-6)
Previous: 4 

5. Genoa Area (6-0)
Last Week: Senior RB Kyle Nutter ran for 228 yards and four TDs as the Comets beat Otsego 48-27. Genoa had 406 yards of offense.
Up Next:
@ Elmwood (3-3)
Previous: 5

6. Brookfield (6-0)
Last Week: QB Jeremy Quinlan and RB Ryan Morosa came up huge for Brookfield in a 53-23 win over Western Reserve. Quinlan ran for three TDs and threw for another, while Moroso ran for two TDs and returned an interception for another.
Up Next:
vs Ashtabula Edgewood (4-2)
Previous: 7

7. Ottawa-Glandorf (6-0)
Last Week: Senior RB Tristan Parker had a 76-yard TD run and the Titans held Wapak to 76 total yards rushing in a 27-7 win over the Redskins. QB Caleb Siefker threw for three TDs.
Up Next:
vs Elida (5-1)
Previous: 8

8. North Union (6-0)
Last Week:
The Wildcats held a 565-148 advantage in total yards in a 49-6 win over Elgin. Thane Hoffman ran for four TDs and 148 yards on 11 carries, while Kam Smith ran for 117 yards and two TDs on 13 carries.
Up Next:
@ Cardington-Lincoln (0-6)
Previous: 9

9. Galion (5-1)
Last Week: Senior RB David Nay scored 36 points and had 403 all-purpose yards in the Tigers 50-35 come-from-behind win over Colonel Crawford. Down 35-12 just 14 minutes into the game, Galion rallied behind its RB. Nay ran for 267 yards and four TDs on 28 carries and returned a kickoff 83 yards for a TD. Nay is just a week removed from becoming Galion’s all-time leading rusher and scorer. He now has 3,332 career yards and 328 career points.
Up Next:
@ Riverdale (4-2)
Previous: 9

10. Ironton (5-1)
Last Week: QB Tanner Dutey and TE Aaron Stephens connected for three TDs, but it wasn’t enough as the Tigers lost to Johnson Central (Ky.) 44-31. Despite allowing 358 yards rushing, Ironton used a 23-point third quarter to take a 31-30 lead into the fourth.
Up Next:
vs Watterson (3-3)
Previous: 6

DROPPED OUT: None

BEST OF THE REST: Chaminade-Julienne (5-1), Milton-Union (5-1), Westfall (5-1), Ready (6-0), Minford (6-0), Johnstown-Monroe (5-1), Fenwick (4-2), Triway (5-1)

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