With previous No. 1 Kettering Alter losing to rival Chaminade Julienne in Week 10, the top spot in the final JJHuddle Division IV Power Poll was up for grabs. Who snagged it? Clinton-Massie? Jonathan Alder? Kenton? Click here to see who finished No. 1...
1. Clinton-Massie (10-0) The Falcons won their 32nd straight regular season game by holding Clinton County rival East Clinton to 37 total yards in a 540 win. Senior RB Jordan Scanlon also went over 2,000 yards for the season by rushing for 199 and five TDs. Clinton-Massie hosts postseason newcomer Cincinnati Taft (6-4) this Friday in a Region 16 quarterfinal. Previous: 2
2. Kenton (9-1) The Wildcats won their sixth straight game and captured the Western Buckeye League title outright with a 54-14 win over St. Marys Memorial. Junior QB Maty Mauk burned the Roughriders for 404 yards and six TDs on 23-of-29 passing.. He also ran for a TD. Kenton opens postseason play on the road at Carlisle in a Region 16 quarterfinal Friday. Previous: 3
5. Genoa (10-0) The Comets won their 39th straight regular season game and won a fourth straight outright Suburban Lakes League title with a 50-20 win over Elmwood. It is Genoa’s 12th SLL title over all. The conference disbands after this school year. The Comets open postseason play by hosting Ottawa-Glandorf (8-2) in a Region 14 quarterfinal Friday. Previous: 6
9. Heath (9-1) The Bulldogs racked up 610 yards of offense, including 554 on the ground, in a 56-13 win over Lakewood. Kameron Herring (133 yards), Donyelle Simpson (111 yards, two TDs) and Cole Benner (80 yards, TD) all did damage. This week Heath will host Albany Alexander (8-2) in a Region 15 quarterfinal. Previous: 9
DROPPED OUT: None BEST OF THE REST: Carlisle (10-0); North College Hill (10-0); Hartley (8-2); Campbell Memorial (9-1); Ironton (8-2); Portsmouth West (8-2); Waynesville (8-2); Amanda-Clearcreek (7-3); Orrville (7-3); Wooster Triway (8-2)