High school hockey polls for Jan. 20


Hockey

STATE POLL

1. Cleveland St. Ignatius (5) 85

2. Toledo St. Johns (1) 68

3. Hunting Valley University School 62

4. Mentor Lake Catholic (2) 61

5. Parma Heights Holy Name (1) 39

6. Cuy. Falls Walsh Jesuit 38

7. Columbus St. Charles 35

8. Lakewood St. Edward 29

9. Toledo St. Francis 24

10. Sylvania Northview 16

Others receiving votes: Olentangy Orange, Olentangy Liberty, Gates Mills Gilmour Academy, Shaker Heights, Findlay, Dublin Coffman, Dublin Jerome, Upper Arlington.

CINCINNATI - COLUMBUS - DAYTON POLL

1. Olentangy Orange (7) 128

2. Columbus St. Charles (6) 125

3. Dublin Jerome (1) 110

4. Olentangy Liberty 90

5. Upper Arlington 76

6. Dublin Coffman 75

7. Columbus St. Francis DeSales 44

8. Gahanna Lincoln 41

9. Springboro 26

10T. Moeller 17

10T. Talawanda 17

Others receiving votes: Olentangy, Centerville, Cin. St. Xavier, Columbus Watterson, Worthington Kilbourne


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