Final high school football state polls


How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rate Ohio high school football teams in the final Associated Press poll of 2018, by OHSAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):

DIVISION I

1, Cin. Colerain (22) 10-0 256

2, Mentor (4) 9-1 218

3, Hilliard Davidson 9-1 182

4, Northmont 9-1 171

5, Reynoldsburg 9-1 119

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6, Dublin Coffman 9-1 111

7, Cleveland St. Ignatius 8-2 106

8, Pickerington Central 8-2 60

9, Lakewood St. Edward 6-3 39

10, Euclid 8-2 38

Others: Solon 28. Hilliard Bradley 28. Canton McKinley 23. Springfield 13.

DIVISION II

1, Akron Hoban (20) 10-0 253

2, Toledo Central Catholic (4) 10-0 221

3, Massillon Washington 10-0 186

4, Whitehouse Anthony Wayne (1) 10-0 158

5, Wadsworth 10-0 137

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6, Cin. Winton Woods (1) 9-1 104

7, Maple Heights 10-0 96

8, Avon 9-1 77

9, Barberton 10-0 64

10, Kings 9-1 51

Others: Avon Lake 24. Olmsted Falls 16.

DIVISION III

1, Alter (19) 9-1 241

2, Bellbrook (4) 10-0 191

3, Canfield (2) 9-1 172

4, Chagrin Falls Kenston 9-1 124

5, Columbus Bishop Hartley 8-2 120

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6, Wapakoneta (1) 9-1 107

7, Thornville Sheridan 9-1 102

(tie) Col. Eastmoor Academy 9-1 102

9, Granville 9-1 37

10, Trotwood-Madison 6-4 35

Others: Akron East 32. Fenwick 26. Hillsboro 22. Medina Buckeye 18. Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary 17.

DIVISION IV

1, Cin. Wyoming (15) 10-0 237

2, Steubenville (7) 9-1 180

3, Bellville Clear Fork (3) 10-0 172

4, Clinton-Massie 9-1 148

5, St. Marys Memorial 9-1 143

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6, St. Clairsville 10-0 140

7, Hubbard 9-1 125

8, Perry (1) 9-1 108

9, Gallipolis Gallia Academy 9-1 28

10, London 9-1 24

Others: Youngs. East 21. Girard 19. Cin. Taft 16. Waverly 14. Lorain Clearview 12. Cin. Indian Hill 12.

DIVISION V

1, Genoa Area (14) 10-0 235

2, Madison (3) 10-0 195

3, Wheelersburg (8) 9-1 186

4, Johnstown-Monroe 9-1 163

5, Gates Mills Gilmour Academy 10-0 116

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6, Oak Harbor 9-1 107

7, Anna (1) 8-2 98

8, Liberty Center 9-1 85

9, Leavittsburg Labrae 9-1 68

10, West Lafayette Ridgewood 9-1 52

Others: Orrville 25. Elyria Catholic 22. Greeneview 14.

DIVISION VI

1, Kirtland (18) 10-0 231

2, Coldwater (1) 8-2 196

3, Marion Local (5) 9-1 190

4, Mogadore (1) 9-1 170

5, McDonald (1) 10-0 115

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6, St. Henry 8-2 108

7, Lima Central Catholic 9-1 79

8, Rootstown 9-1 77

9, Bainbridge Paint Valley 10-0 57

10, Galion Northmor 9-1 37

Others: Beverly Fort Frye 36. Creston Norwayne 35. Attica Seneca East 28. Mechanicsburg 14. Gibsonburg 13.

DIVISION VII

1, Sycamore Mohawk (16) 10-0 224

2, Edgerton (2) 10-0 198

3, Pandora-Gilboa (2) 10-0 177

4, Fort Loramie 9-1 142

5, Canal Winchester Harvest Prep (3) 10-0 137

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6, McComb 9-1 121

7, Tiffin Calvert 9-1 86

8, Minster (3) 7-3 79

9, Norwalk St. Paul 9-1 71

10, Convoy Crestview 9-1 60

Others: Hamler Patrick Henry 27. Windham 20. Ansonia 17. Lucas 15. Glouster Trimble 13. Leipsic 12.

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