You vote, you decide…who had Ohio’s best Team performance in Week 7? Find out who the nominees for the Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Ohio Football Team of the Week are here and how to pick the winner. The choices are impressive…
Dixie High School: Week 2 ONH JJH Team of the Week Winner
Miamisburg High School: Week 3 ONH JJH Team of the Week Winner
Hamilton Township High School: Week 4 ONH JJH Team of the Week Winner
Circleville High School: Week 5 ONH JJH Team of the Week Winner
JJHuddle is proud to announce a new partnership with the Ohio National Guard that will impact Ohio High School Football (and Basketball) positively during the 2012-2013 school year. Here’s how…
Each week during the football, boys basketball and girls basketball regular seasons, we will hold a fan-generated contest on JJHuddle to tab a weekly Ohio National Guard Ohio Team of the Week. Each weekly winner will receive an award from the National Guard at their school. At the end of the year, the weekly winners will be entered into a competition for the Team of the Year.
How it works?
A thread soliciting nominations will be posted in the JJHuddle Football
Forums on Friday. Fans will then nominate top performances/players. We
will announce the 10 weekly finalists on JJHuddle at noon on Monday and voting will be conducted in a special JJHuddle forum. Voting will cease at noon on Thursday, after which the winner will be announced.
Ohio National Guard JJH Team of the Week
Week 7 Nominees
The Golden Bears snapped a 12-game losing streak to Patrick Henry and beat the Patriots for the first time since 1999 with a 32-28 win. How Bryan got the victory is nothing short of amazing. Down 28-13 in the fourth quarter, the Golden Bears rallied with three TDs in the final 5:09 to win the game. Two scores followed successful onside kickoff attempts. QB Austin Schimmoeller led the attack by running for two TDs and throwing for two more.
Despite being down 16-7 in the second quarter, the Chipps rallied and snapped a 29-game losing streak with a 38-22 win over Waynedale. Freshman QB Bailey Breitenstone – making his first varsity start – accounted for five TDs. Only two players on Chippewa’s current roster had ever experienced a win prior to Friday.
Despite losing the turnover battle 3-0, the Beavers beat Huber Heights Wayne (14-13) for the first time in 25 years. “Signature win for the program and the biggest win in my nine years here,” Creek head coach Scott Clodfelter told the Dayton Daily News. Junior RB Arius Moore’s third quarter TD run was the difference. Creek wasn’t whistled for one penalty and converted 4-of-5 fourth downs.
The Green Wave – a D-VI school – beat D-III Licking Valley 25-9 in a meeting of the final undefeateds in the Mid-State League Ohio Division. The victory moves NC one step closer to its second playoff berth since 2007 and leaves the Green Wave alone in first place in a league they have never won since moving to in 2002. NC is the smallest school in the MSL-Ohio (three D-III, three D-IV and a D-V school).
The Electrics beat Thornville Sheridan for the first time since 2000 and did it convincingly. Philo limited the Generals to 63 total yards, scored 17 points off turnovers, scored on a fake punt and recorded a shut out. The final – 31-0. Philo is 6-1.
The Big Red recorded their first shutout victory of the century with a 17-0 win over Greenwich South Central. Plymouth, which went just 21-89 from 2000-2010, is 9-8 in its last 17 games. After finishing 5-5 last season, Big Red is 4-3.
After winning just two games the last four years, the Wildcats won their second game of the season with a 16-14 victory at Groveport.
The Tygers beat previously unbeaten West Holmes 40-29 to improve to 6-1. It’s Mansfield’s best start since 2001. RB Keevon Taylor ran for 167 yards and two TDs, while QB Jalen Reese threw for three TDs.
QB Kent Axcell ran for three TDs and threw for another as the Demons beat Avon Lake 28-21. It was Westlake’s first win over the Shoreman since 1984.
The Tigers dominated previously unbeaten Austintown-Fitch 34-14. Through six games, Fitch had failed to allow more than 10 points. Massillon scored more than that in the first quarter. The Tigers rolled up 533 yards of offense, led by senior QB Kyle Kempt who ended with 308 yards and four TDs on 18-of-26 passing. It was Fitch’s lowest scoring output of the season.