Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Division V Football Power Poll: Final Rankings

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Ohio National Guard JJHuddle HS Football Power Poll

The Power Polls…conclude. JJHuddle’s weekly D-V state football rankings close with the release of the FINAL Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Division V Power Poll. Who finished No. 1? They get a banner to hang in their school.


The Power Polls…conclude. JJHuddle’s weekly D-V state football rankings close with the release of the FINAL Ohio National Guard JJHuddle Division V Power Poll. Who finished No. 1? They get a banner to hang in their school.

Also, JJHuddle would again like to thank the Ohio National Guard for becoming the presenting sponsor of the 2012 rankings. Look for BOYS BASKETBALL AND GIRLS BASKETBALL POWER POLLS soon!

Football History:

2008 Power Polls

2009 Power Polls 

2010 Power Polls

2011 Power Polls

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OHIO NATIONAL GUARD & JJH POWER POLL

DIVISION V FINAL RANKINGS

*NOTE: All Poll Champions will receive a commemorative banner
suitable for hanging from the Ohio National Guard for
winning their
respective ONG JJH Power Poll.

1. Coldwater (10-0/AP Poll: 1)
Last Week: The Cavaliers completed an undefeated MAC run with a 55-0 win over Fort Recovery. Coldwater, which won the MAC title outright for the first time since 2008, outscored its MAC opponents 273-32. Senior QB Austin Bruns ran for three TDs and threw for another.
Up Next:
D-V Region 20 Quarterfinal vs Miami East (7-3)
Previous: 1

2. Kirtland (10-0/AP Poll: 2)
Last Week: The Hornets ran their win streak to 25 with a 63-28 win over Independence. Kirtland had 580 yards of offense. Senior RB Damon Washington ran for 128 yards and thre TDs on 12 carries.
Up Next:
D-V Region 17 Quarterfinal vs Fort Frye (8-2)
Previous: 2

3. Lima Central Catholic (10-0/AP Poll: 3)
Last Week: The T-Birds beat Ada 27-13 to capture their fifth Northwest Conference championship since 2006. LCC is leaving the NWC after this season. QB Colin Stolley ran for 120 yards and threw for 169 yards and two TDs.
Up Next:
D-V Region 18 Quarterfinal vs Collins Western Reserve (8-2)
Previous: 3

4. Youngstown Ursuline (6-4/AP Poll: NR)
Last Week: The Irish gained just 152 yards but were still in position to win until the final possession in a 16-14 loss to Akron SVSM. Ursuline drove to the SVSM 33-yardline but failed to convert after that.
Up Next:
D-V Region 17 Quarterfinal @ Garaway (10-0) 
Previous: 4

5. Northwood (10-0/AP Poll: 6)
Last Week: The Rangers won the Toledo Area Athletic Conference title outright with a 42-0 win over Cardinal Stritch. It’s Northwood’s fifth TAAC title in six years. RB Dominik Bermejo ran for a TD, caught a TD pass and returned an interception for a TD.
Up Next:
D-V Region 18 Quarterfinal vs Patrick Henry (8-2) 
Previous: 5

6. Sugarcreek Garaway (10-0/AP Poll: 4)
Last Week: The Pirates finished 10-0 for just the second time in history and won the Inter-Valley Conference title outright with a 56-13 win over Strasburg-Franklin. QB Tyler Walter threw three TD passes in the first quarter.
Up Next:
D-V Region 17 Quarterfinal vs Ursuline (6-4) 
Previous: 6

7. Louisville St. Thomas Aquinas (9-1/AP Poll: 10)
Last Week:
The Knights beat rival Canton Central Catholic for a record fourth straight time and finished 9-1 for the first time since 1994 with a 28-0 shutout win. Sophomore QB Anthony Moeglin threw for three TDs and the Aquinas defense held CCC to 84 yards and three first downs.
Up Next:
D-V Region 17 Quarterfinal @ Columbiana Crestview (10-0) 
Previous: 8

8. Columbiana Crestview (10-0/AP Poll: 5)
Last Week:
The Rebels beat South Range 57-14 to complete the first 10-0 season in school history and win the Inter-Tri County League title. Senior RB Nick Blower ran for 301 yards and three TDs and junior QB Collin Gilbert ran for 144 yards and four TDs. The Rebels also set a new school record for points in a season with 563. The old record of 531 was set last year in 13 games.
Up Next:
D-V Region 17 Quarterfinal vs St. Thomas Aquinas (9-1) 
Previous: 9

9. Liberty-Benton (9-1/AP Poll: NR)
Last Week: Two lengthy fourth quarter TDs runs (73 and 52 yards) were the difference for the Eagles who beat Van Buren 20-6.
Up Next:
D-V Region 18 Quarterfinal vs Liberty Center (8-2)
Previous: 9

10. Lucasville Valley (10-0/AP Poll: 8)
Last Week: QB Will Howard’s 1-yard TD run to end the first half was enough as the Indians beat Minford 7-0 to capture their second SOC II championship. Valley has also won 20 straight regular season games.
Up Next:
D-V Region 19 Quarterfinal vs Dawson-Bryant (6-4)
Previous: 10

DROPPED OUT: None

BEST OF THE REST: Covington (10-0/AP Poll: 7), Dayton Christian (10-0), Versailles (5-5), West Liberty-Salem (10-0), Cuyahoga Heights (9-1/AP Poll: 10), Summit Country Day (10-0/AP Poll: 9), Wynford (8-2), Oak Hill (8-2), Archbold (8-2), Loudonville (8-2), Wheelersburg (8-2), Liberty Union (8-2), Columbia Station Columbia (9-1), Liberty Center (8-2), Patrick Henry (8-2)

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