Week 7 Power Rankings: Who are the top 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. Springfield (6-0): d. Xenia 35-7; at Northmont (5-1).

2. Fairmont (5-1): d. Miamisburg 25-24; hosts West Carrollton (1-5).

3. Miamisburg (5-1): lost 25-24 to Fairmont; at Springboro (3-3).

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4. Wayne (4-2): d. Centerville 35-21; hosts Beavercreek (1-5).

5. Northmont (5-1): d. Lebanon 49-7; hosts Springfield (6-0).

Others: Beavercreek, Centerville, Lebanon, Springboro.

Division II

1. Troy (5-1): d. Tippecanoe 49-14; at Butler (4-2).

2. Xenia (3-3): lost 35-7 at Springfield; hosts Stebbins (0-6).

3. Sidney (3-3): lost 14-12 to Piqua; at Tippecanoe (3-3).

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4. Tecumseh (4-2): d. Springfield Shawnee 17-14; hosts Bellefontaine (4-2).

5. Belmont (2-4): d. Dunbar 52-14; at Col. Hartley (4-2).

Others: Fairborn, Stebbins.

Division III

1. Chaminade Julienne (6-0): d. Cin. Roger Bacon 35-28; at Fenwick (4-2).

2. Alter (5-1): d. Cin. Purcell Marian 55-0; at Carroll (4-2).

3. Trotwood-Madison (4-2): d. West Carrollton 62-14; at Fairborn (1-5).

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4. Fenwick (4-2): d. Cin. McNicholas 57-26; hosts CJ (6-0).

5. Bellbrook (6-0): d. Valley View 28-21; at Eaton (0-6).

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

Division IV

1. Clinton-Massie (5-1): d. Batavia 49-0; at Western Brown (2-4).

2. Valley View (3-3): lost 28-21 to Bellbrook; at Franklin (2-4).

3. Springfield Shawnee (4-2): lost 17-14 to Tecumseh; at Urbana (1-5).

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4. Kenton Ridge (4-2): lost 34-7 to Bellefontaine; at Jonathan Alder (4-2).

5. Northwestern (4-2): d. Urbana 24-7; at Benjamin Logan (2-4).

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

Division V

1. Middletown Madison (6-0): d. Dixie 64-8; hosts Carlisle (0-6).

2. Greeneview (5-1): d. Greenon 42-21; hosts Southeastern (2-4).

3. Anna (4-2): d. 41-21; hosts Fort Recovery (3-3).

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4. Brookville (5-1): d. Oakwood 48-14; at Monroe (1-5).

5. Miami East (4-2): d. lost 19-17 to Covington; at Bradford (0-6).

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

Division VI

1. Marion Local (6-0): d. St. Henry 28-7; hosts Versailles (2-4).

2. Coldwater (6-0): d. New Bremen 28-0; at Delphos St. John’s (1-5).

3. Mechanicsburg (6-0): d. West Liberty-Salem 28-7; hosts West Jefferson (4-2).

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4. St. Henry (4-2): lost 28-7 to Marion Local; hosts Minster (5-1).

5. Fort Recovery (3-3): d. Parkway 42-21; at Anna (4-2).

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

Division VII

1. Minster (5-1): d. Delphos St. John’s 35-14; at St. Henry (4-2).

2. Fort Loramie (5-1): d. Twin Valley South 52-6; hosts Mississinawa Valley (3-3).

3. Lehman Catholic (4-2): d. Hardin Northern 41-7; at Waynesfield-Goshen (3-3).

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4. Ansonia (4-2): d. Mississinawa Valley 56-36; at National Trail (3-3).

5. New Bremen (3-3): lost 28-0 to Coldwater; hosts Parkway (1-5).

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



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