Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Division IV 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 IV Week 10 Power Poll. Here’s who is where after nine weeks…only one more week left.


The Power Polls…continue. JJHuddle’s immensely popular state football
rankings return today with the release of the Division IV Week 9 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 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. Columbus Hartley (9-0/AP Poll: 1)
Last Week: The Hawks had two 200-yard rushers in a 41-6 win over Coschocton. Senior RB Ja’Wuan Woodley ran for 212 yards and three TDs on 26 carries, while senior RB Marcellus Calhoun had 211 yards and three TDs on 29 carries.  Hartley had 540 yards of offense, including 479 rushing.
Up Next:
vs Ready (7-1)
Previous: 1

2. St. Clairsville (9-0/AP Poll: 7)
Last Week: Led by junior RB Jaylon Brown who scored five TDs, the Red Devils captured their first OVAC title since 1990 with a 47-13 win over Martins Ferry. The  victory also clinched the Buckeye 8 Conference title.
Up Next: @ Union Local (1-8)
Previous: 2

3. Norwayne (9-0/AP Poll: 3)
Last Week: Senior RB Jon Zimmerly broke his dad’s single-game rushing record by exploding for 324 yards and four TDs on 34 carries in a 59-13 win over Hillsdale. Zimmerly’s father Doug (now the Norwayne principal) held the old school single-game rushing record with 292 yards in 1983.
Up Next:
vs West Salem Northwestern (8-1)
Previous: 3

4. Clinton-Massie (9-0/AP Poll: 4)
Last Week: The Falcons earned a share of their seventh straight league championship by beating Miami Trace 56-6 in a match-up of undefeated South Central Ohio League teams. The victory was Massie’s 31st straight in the SCOL and improved the program’s SCOL record to 46-2 since joining in 2005.
Up Next:
@ Miami Trace (5-3)
Previous: 4 

5. Genoa Area (9-0/AP Poll: 6)
Last Week: The Comets clinched a share of the Northern Buckeye Conference with a 57-7 win over Rossford. Senior RB/DB Kyle Nutter had a huge game on both sides of the ball. He ran for 262 yards and four TDs on 35 carries. Defensively he recovered three fumbles and had an interception.
Up Next: @ Eastwood (5-4)
Previous: 5

6. Brookfield (9-0/AP Poll: 5)
Last Week: Senior RB/DB Ryan Morosa scored three TDs, including one on a 92-yard interception return, as the Warriors beat Youngstown Christian 33-7.
Up Next: @ LaBrae (1-8)
Previous: 6

7. Ottawa-Glandorf (9-0/AP Poll: 2)
Last Week: Led by senior DL Wyatt Karhoff who had 14 tackles, two TFL, two sacks, a blocked punt and forced a fumble, the Titans beat Lima Bath 56-14.
Up Next: vs Van Wert (1-8)
Previous: 7

8. North Union (9-0/AP Poll: 8)
Last Week:
The Wildcats ran for nine TDs and returned a punt for another in a 67-18 win over Ridgedale. Kam Smith scored three times and Thane Hoffman twice.
Up Next:
vs Highland (5-4)
Previous: 8

9. Galion (8-1/AP Poll: NR)
Last Week: The Tigers clinched a share of the North Central Conference championship and snapped Wynford’s seven-year stranglehold on the title with a 15-7 win over the Royals.  Junior QB Dareian Watkins scored both Tiger TDs.
Up Next: @ Ontario (6-3)
Previous: 9

10. Fenwick (6-2/AP Poll: xx)
Last Week: The Falcons beat Alter for the first time ever with a 35-34 win. Fenwick stuffed an Alter 2-point conversion to secure the victory. Senior QB Ricky Davis, junior FB Brandon Moore and junior TE John Luke Arington each accounted for two TDs.
Up Next: @ Carroll (2-6)
Previous: NR

DROPPED OUT: No. 10 Westfall (Beat Frankfort Adena 28-23)

BEST OF THE REST: Westfall (8-1/AP Poll: xx), Ready (8-1/AP Poll: 9), Batavia (9-0), CHCA (8-1), Minford (8-1), West Salem Northwestern (8-1), Youngstown Liberty (8-1), Ironton (6-3), Johnstown-Monroe (7-2), Maderia (8-1), Norwood (8-1), Milton-Union (7-2)

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