High School Football: Which area teams are ranked in this week’s state polls


How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school football teams in the weekly Associated Press poll of 2018.

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Teams are ranked by OHSAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):

DIVISION I

1, Cincinnati Colerain (20) 8-0 238

2, Canton McKinley (3) 8-0 205

3, Pickerington Central 7-1 155

4, Mentor (1) 7-1 125

5, Euclid 7-1 102

6, Northmont 7-1 93

7, Hilliard Davidson (1) 7-1 82

8, Solon 7-1 81

9, Lakewood St. Edward 5-2 75

10, Dublin Coffman 7-1 47

Others receiving 12 or more points: Reynoldsburg 43. Cleveland St. Ignatius 42. Fairfield 18. Springfield 18. 

DIVISION II

1, Akron Hoban (19) 8-0 243

2, Toledo Central Catholic (4) 8-0 203

3, Massillon Washington (1) 8-0 170

4, Avon Lake 8-0 143

5, Whitehouse Anthony Wayne (1) 8-0 137

6, Wadsworth 8-0 115

7, Maple Heights 8-0 69

8, Kings 7-1 64

9, Avon 7-1 57

10, Barberton 8-0 55

Others receiving 12 or more points: Cincinnati Winton Woods 46. Garfield Heights 16. Chillicothe 12. 

DIVISION III

1, Chagrin Falls Kenston (8) 8-0 201

2, Bellbrook (9) 8-0 186

3, Alter (3) 7-1 183

4, Canfield (3) 7-1 123

5, Trotwood-Madison (2) 6-2 104

6, Chaminade Julienne 7-1 94

7, Thornville Sheridan 7-1 80

8, Columbus Eastmoor Academy 7-1 76

9, Norwalk 7-1 59

10, Bay Village Bay 7-1 44

Others receiving 12 or more points: Columbus Bishop Hartley 43. Akron East 41. Wapakoneta 37. Granville 20. Fenwick 19. Bowling Green 12. Hillsboro 12. 

DIVISION IV

1, St. Marys Memorial (12) 8-0 207

2, Cincinnati Wyoming (4) 8-0 199

3, Hubbard (2) 8-0 155

4, Steubenville (5) 7-1 154

5, Bellville Clear Fork (1) 8-0 128

6, St. Clairsville 8-0 123

7, Clinton-Massie 7-1 122

8, Perry (1) 7-1 83

9, London 8-0 74

10, Cincinnati Indian Hill 7-1 33

Others receiving 12 or more points: Gallipolis Gallia Academy 15. Gnadenhutten Indian Valley 13. Youngs. East 12. 

DIVISION V

1, Genoa Area (12) 8-0 218

2, Madison (4) 8-0 186

3, Wheelersburg (5) 7-1 168

4, Liberty Center (3) 8-0 167

5, Leavittsburg Labrae (1) 8-0 162

6, Johnstown-Monroe 7-1 121

7, Gates Mills Gilmour Academy 8-0 81

8, Marion Pleasant 7-1 70

9, Anna 6-2 45

10, Oak Harbor 7-1 25

Others receiving 12 or more points: Akron Manchester 23. West Lafayette Ridgewood 21. Elyria Catholic 18. Greeneview 16. 

DIVISION VI

1, Marion Local (23) 8-0 248

2, Kirtland (1) 8-0 193

3, Coldwater 7-1 166

4, Lima Central Catholic 7-0 146

5, Mogadore (1) 7-1 118

6, Rootstown 8-0 98

7, Mechanicsburg 7-1 72

8, McDonald 8-0 68

9, Galion Northmor 8-0 67

10, Bainbridge Paint Valley 8-0 60

Others receiving 12 or more points: Beverly Fort Frye 25. Creston Norwayne 22. St. Henry 20. Columbia Station Columbia 14. 

DIVISION VII

1, Sycamore Mohawk (15) 8-0 225

2, Edgerton (3) 8-0 189

(tie) Pandora-Gilboa (2) 8-0 189

4, Canal Winchester Harvest Prep (3) 8-0 150

5, Fort Loramie 7-1 134

6, McComb 7-1 122

7, Tiffin Calvert 7-1 88

8, Convoy Crestview 7-1 68

9, Glouster Trimble 7-1 59

10, Minster (1) 5-3 47

Others receiving 12 or more points: Norwalk St. Paul (1) 42. Ansonia 17. Windham 14. 



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