Week 10 Power Rankings: Who are the best high school football teams in the area?

The top high school football area teams, compiled by Cox Media Group Ohio. All games on Friday unless otherwise noted.

Division I

1. Northmont (8-1): d. Springboro 38-21; at Miamisburg (7-2).

2. Springfield (8-1): d. Wayne 33-26 OT; hosts Fairmont (6-3).

3. Miamisburg (7-2): d. Beavercreek 42-7; hosts Northmont (8-1).

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4. Wayne (6-3): lost 33-26 OT at Springfield; hosts Trotwood-Madison (6-3).

5. Fairmont (6-3): lost 17-0 to Centerville; at Springfield (8-1).

Others: Beavercreek, Centerville, Lebanon, Springboro.

Division II

1. Troy (8-1): d. Greenville 48-12; at Piqua (6-3).

2. Xenia (6-3): d. Trotwood-Madison 29-28 double OT; hosts Fairborn (2-7).

3. Sidney (4-5): lost Butler 27-9 to Butler; hosts Greenville (3-6).

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4. Tecumseh (5-4): lost 27-0 at Jonathan Alder; hosts Kenton Ridge (5-4).

5. Belmont (4-5): 1-0 forfeit by Ponitz; vs. Meadowdale at Welcome Stadium on Thu.

Others: Fairborn, Stebbins.

Division III

1. Alter (8-1): d. Cin. McNicholas 42-0; vs. Chaminade Julienne (7-2) at Fairmont.

2. Fenwick (7-2): d. Cin. Roger Bacon 37-7; at Carroll (6-3).

3. Bellbrook (9-0): d. Oakwood 61-12; at Monroe (2-7).

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4. Trotwood-Madison (6-3): lost 29-28 double OT to Xenia; at Wayne (6-3).

5. Chaminade Julienne (7-2): lost 38-21 at Badin; vs. Alter (8-1) at Fairmont.

Others: Bellefontaine, Butler, Carroll, Dunbar, Franklin, Greenville, Monroe, Piqua, Ponitz, Thurgood Marshall, Tippecanoe, West Carrollton, Wilmington.

Division IV

1. Clinton-Massie (8-1): d. New Richmond 21-7; hosts Wilmington (4-5).

2. Valley View (5-4): d. Eaton 22-0; at Brookville (6-3).

3. Springfield Shawnee (5-4): d. Bellefontaine 34-0; hosts Jonathan Alder (6-3).

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4. Northwestern (6-3): d. Kenton Ridge 21-14; at Graham (2-7).

5. Kenton Ridge (5-4): lost 21-14 at Northwestern at Tecumseh (5-4).

Others: Eaton, Graham, Meadowdale, Northridge, Oakwood, Urbana.

Division V

1. Anna (7-2): d. Parkway 51-13; at Delphos St. John’s (2-7) on Sat.

2. Middletown Madison (9-0): d. Monroe 38-7; hosts Waynesville (6-3).

3. Greeneview (8-1): d. Catholic Central 66-8; hosts Madison-Plains (3-6).

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4. Miami East (7-2): d. Tri-County North 42-0; hosts Twin Valley South (4-5).

5. Brookville (6-3): lost Franklin 21-7 to Franklin; hosts Valley View (5-4).

Others: Carlisle, Greenon, Indian Lake, Milton-Union, Preble Shawnee, Versailles, Waynesville.

Division VI

1. Marion Local (9-0): d. Fort Recovery 50-14; at Coldwater (7-2).

2. St. Henry (7-2): d. Coldwater 28-10; at Parkway (1-8).

3. Coldwater (7-2): lost 28-10 at St. Henry; hosts Marion Local (9-0).

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4. Covington (6-3): d. Twin Valley South 50-0; hosts National Trail (4-5).

5. Mechanicsburg (8-1): d. Northeastern 54-0; at Fairbanks (6-3).

Others: Arcanum, Bethel, Dayton Christian, Dixie, Fort Recovery, National Trail, Northeastern, Parkway, Tri-County North, Troy Christian, Twin Valley South, West Liberty-Salem.

Division VII

1. Minster (6-3): d. Versailles 32-0; hosts New Bremen (6-3).

2. Fort Loramie (8-1): d. National Trail 57-6; hosts Tri-County North (6-3).

3. Ansonia (7-2): d. Tri-Village 42-20; hosts Bradford (0-9).

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4. Lehman Catholic (6-3): d. Lima Perry 21-14; hosts Riverside (6-3).

5. New Bremen (6-3): d. Delphos St. John’s 36-14; at Minster (6-3).

Others: Bradford, Catholic Central, Cedarville, Jefferson, Mississinawa Valley, Southeastern, Tri-Village, Triad.

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