Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Division I Football Power Poll: Week 10

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Ohio National Guard JJHuddle HS Football Power Poll

The Power Polls…continue. JJHuddle’s weekly state football rankings return with the release of the Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Division I Week 10 Power Poll. Here’s who is where after nine weeks…


The Power Polls…continue. JJHuddle’s immensely popular state football rankings return today with the release of the Division I Week 10 poll. A reminder, JJHuddle is proud to announce that the Ohio National Guard has become the presenting sponsor of the 2012 rankings.

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OHIO NATIONAL GUARD & JJH POWER POLL

DIVISION I WEEK 10 RANKINGS

*NOTE: Next Week will be the final poll and our Poll Champion will be
announced. The team ranked No. 1 in the final poll will receive a
commemorative championship banner suitable for hanging from the Ohio
National Guard.

1. Cleveland St. Ignatius (9-0/AP Poll: 1)
Last Week: Head coach Chuck Kyle is now just one win shy of 300 for his career, as the Wildcats rallied from a 21-6 third quarter deficit to beat St. Xavier 32-21. Senior RB Tim McVey ran for four TDs and 142 yards on 36 carries.
Up Next:
vs St. Edward (9-0)
Previous: 1

2. Colerain (9-0/AP Poll: 3)
Last Week:
Senior QB Alfred Ramsby accounted for 388 total yards and four TDs as the Cardinals rallied from a 17-0 deficit to beat Lakota West 57-44 in a battle of Greater Miami Conference unbeatens. Ramsby ran for 230 yards and three TDs and threw for 158 yards and another score. The win also secured at least a share of Colerain’s 13th straight league title.
Up Next: vs Oak Hills (4-5)
Previous: 2

3. Lakewood St. Edward (9-0/AP Poll: 2)
Last Week: The Eagles remained unbeaten by rallying from a 42-21 third quarter deficit en route to a 49-42 win over host Moeller. St. Ed was led by senior RB Dwayne Aaron who ran for 250 yards and four TDs on 36 carries. Senior QB Ryan Fallon added three TDs and 259 yards on 16-of-30 passing. The Eagles had 548 yards of offense.
Up Next: @ St. Ignatius (9-0)
Previous: 3

4. Pickerington North (9-0/AP Poll: 6)
Last Week: Senior RB Godwin Igwebuike scored three first quarter TDs as the Panthers shut out Gahanna 42-0. Pick North limited the Lions to 58 total yards.
Up Next:
@ Grove City (4-5)
Previous: 4

5. Dublin Coffman (9-0/AP Poll: 4)
Last Week: RB Bilal Williamson had 233 yards of offense and scored three TDs in a 36-28 win over Olentangy Liberty. Williamson ran for 169 yards and had 64 yards receving. Senior DL Miles McCollum had four sacks.
Up Next:
vs Upper Arlington (5-4)
Previous: 5

6. Mentor (8-1/AP Poll: 8)
Last Week: Senior QB Mitch Trubisky threw for 200 yards in the first quarter as the Cardinals beat Strongsville 54-7. Mentor led 45-0 at halftime. Trubiksy finished 17-of-19 for 290 yards and two TDs.
Up Next:
vs Twinsburg (6-3)
Previous: 7

7. Toledo Whitmer (9-0/AP Poll: 5)
Last Week: The Panthers warmed up for their huge game with Toledo Central Catholic this week by beating Lima Senior 56-7. QB Nick Holley ran for 103 yards and a TD on three carries and threw for another score.
Up Next:
@ Toledo Central Catholic (9-0)
Previous: 8

8. Warren Harding (8-1/AP Poll: NR)
Last Week: The Raiders won a share of their first league title since 2004 and extended their longest win streak since 2003 to eight games with a 15-0 win over Bedford.
Up Next: @ Lorain (2-7)
Previous: 9

9. Massillon Washington (8-1/AP Poll: NR)
Last Week: The Tigers rallied from a 17-13 halftime deficit to beat Akron SVSM 44-23. Senior RB Ryne Moore ran for two TDs and 176 yards on 33 carries. Senior DB Kentrell Taylor gave the Tigers the lead for good on a 93-yard interception return for a TD.
Up Next:
vs Canton McKinley (7-1)
Previous: 10

10. Cincinnati St. Xavier (5-4/AP Poll: NR)
Last Week: The Bombers led St. Ignatius 21-6 in the third quarter before the doors fell off in a 32-21 loss. St. X has now lost to the No. 1, 2 & 3 ranked teams in Ohio and three nationally ranked teams (including Louisville Trinity).
Up Next: vs Louisville St. Xavier (Ky.) (6-3)
Previous: 6

DROPPED OUT: None

BEST OF THE REST: Hilliard Darby (8-0), Springboro (8-0), North Royalton (8-0), Willoughby South (8-0/AP Poll: 6), Lakota West (8-0/AP Poll: 8), Moeller (6-2), Elder (5-3), GlenOak (7-1), Nordonia (7-1), Austintown-Fitch (7-1/AP Poll: 10), Canton McKinley (6-1)

 

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