OHSHoops.com/JJHuddle Power Poll: All four No. 1s still remain, despite some losses?
Today we release the third OHSHoops.com and JJHuddle Boys Basketball Power Poll. All four No. 1s remain the same, although two of them did lose. How did they stay No. 1 you ask? Well, when you look at WHO they lost to, the Ls don't look so bad. At least not bad enough to reward someone else for playing opponents that weren't as decorated...that's life. Here's the complete poll.
In conjunction with Ohio High School Hoops (www.ohshoops.com), which is run by JJHuddle basketball analyst Kurt Stubbs, this is the third installment of the OHSHoops.com and JJHuddle Power Poll.
There was some movement, but not at No. 1 - all four remain the same, although two did lose...
Division I Poll:
Others: 11. Westerville North, 12. Upper Arlington, 13. Cleveland St. Ignatius, 14. Cincinnati LaSalle, 15. Cincinnati Princeton, 16. Toledo St. John’s, 17. North Canton Hoover, 18. Dublin Coffman, 19. Perrysburg, 20. Mansfield Sr., 21. Toledo CC, 22. Cincinnati Colerain, 23. Trotwood-Madison, 24. Canton Timken, and 25. Canton McKinley
Division II Poll:
Others: 11. Logan Elm, 12. Defiance, 13. Wilmington, 14. Toledo Libbey, 15. Port Clinton, 16. Bishop Fenwick, 17. Bellbrook, 18. Tipp City Tippecanoe, 19. St. Paris Graham 20. Celina, 21. Elida, 22. Van Wert, and 25. Cincinnati Indian Hill
Division III Poll:
Others: 12. Ironton, 13. Ottawa-Glandorf, 14. Lima CC, 15. Cincinnati Madeira, 16. Metamora Evergreen, 17. St. Henry, 18. Archbold, 19. Cincinnati Shroder Paideia, 20. Delphos Jefferson, 21. Chesapeake, 22. Sugarcreek Garaway, 23. Reading, 24. Hamilton Badin, and 25. Wooster Triway
Division IV Poll:
Others: 14. Pandora-Gilboa, 15. Delphos St. John’s, 16. Fort Loramie, 17. New Riegel, 18. Columbus Grove, 19. New Knoxville, 20. Russia, 21. Toledo Ottawa Hills, 22. McDonald, 23. Miller City, 24. Wellsville, and 25. Dalton