JJHuddle’s Ohio Football Honor Roll: National Guard Ohio HS Team of the Week Finalists…Vote Now!

You vote, you decide…who had Ohio’s best team performance in Week 5? 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…

JJHuddle is proud to announce that the Ohio National Guard will again sponsor the ONG JJHuddle Player and Team of the Week awards in Football and Basketball during the 2014-2015 school year.

Each week during the football, boys basketball and girls basketball regular and postseasons, we will hold a fan-generated contest on JJHuddle to tab a weekly Ohio National Guard Ohio Team and Player of the Week. Each weekly winner will receive a personalized banner, certificate and bracelet from the National Guard and JJHuddle.

How it works?
A thread soliciting nominations will be posted in the JJHuddle Football Forums each week. Fans will then nominate top performances. We will announce the 10 weekly finalists on JJHuddle every Monday and voting will be conducted in a special JJHuddle forum. Voting will cease at noon on Friday, after which the winners will be announced.

Winners receive a personalized banner suitable for hanging from the Ohio National Guard.



Ohio National Guard JJH Team of the Week

Week 5 Nominees

Chippewa (VOTE)
The Chipps beat Norwayne 52-49 to start the season 5-0 for the first time since 1975 (finished 7-2 that year). Chippewa’s head coach – Mike Bohley – was born in 1982.

Hubbard (VOTE)
The Eagles remained unbeaten and blitzed rival Poland 54-28 in a game billed as the Mahoning Valley’s “Game of the Year.” Led by senior RB Larry Scott, who rushed for 287 yards and four TDs, Hubbard scored on eight of its first nine possessions. Junior RB George Hill added 191 yards and two TDs. Hubbard has won all its games by 26 points or more.

Kirtland (VOTE)
The Hornets won their 50th straight regular season game with a 50-21 win over rival Cuyahoga Heights.

Central Crossing (VOTE)
The Comets beat Hilliard Davidson 21-20 in OT. CC outgained the Wildcats 413-208 in total yards.

Tallmadge (VOTE)
The Blue Devils provided head coach Joe Vassalotti win No. 100 at the school via a 33-14 victory over Copley. Senior RB C.J. Berg ran 25 times for 106 yards and four TDs.

Chaminade Julienne (VOTE)
For the first time since 1953, the Eagles have scored 30 or more points in their first five games. CJ’s latest outing? A 41-14 win over Purcell Marian.

Jackson (VOTE)
The Ironmen improved to 5-0 with a 27-0 shutout of previously unbeaten and host Wheelersburg. The Pirates had not scored less than 42 points in their first four games. Jackson stopped Wheelersburg five times on fourth down, including three times inside its 25-yardline.

Olentangy Liberty (VOTE)
The Patriots provided head coach Steve Hale career win No. 100 with a 22-21 win over Upper Arlington.

Toledo Central Catholic (VOTE)
The Irish beat Fremont Ross 83-51 thanks in part to having two RBs eclipse 260 yards rushing and score four TDs each. Junior Tre’Von Wade ran for 261 yards and four TDs. While sophomore Michael Warren ran for 264 yards and four TDs.

Bryan (VOTE)
The Golden Bears rallied from a 34-10 halftime deficit to stun Swanton 38-34.


Kenton Ridge
A week after setting the school record for points in a game (65) the Cougars did it again with a 70-13 win over Springfield Northwestern.

Valley View
The Spartans snapped host Franklin’s 23-game SWBL Southwest Division win streak with a 28-10 victory. VV had 421 yards of offense.

The Cougars, who won four games last year, improved to 5-0 with a 34-0 victory over Waterford.

The Tomcats extended three streaks – 24 straight regular season wins, 19 straight TVC wins and 18 straight regular season road wins – with a 62-6 win over Hemlock Miller.

The Bearcats improved to 5-0 for the first time since 2000 with a 35-32 win over Columbus Grove.

2 thoughts on “JJHuddle’s Ohio Football Honor Roll: National Guard Ohio HS Team of the Week Finalists…Vote Now!

  1. 1122ldr

    CJ should be dropped from the voting because their nomination is untrue. CJ didn’t exist in 1953. It was created in 1973 by merging 2 schools (each with declining enrollment). Check it out for yourself in Wikipedia!


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