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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school football teams in the foourth weekly Associated Press poll of 2013, by OHSAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):

DIVISION I

1, Lakewood St. Edward (19) 6-0 275

2, Cincinnati Moeller (5) 6-0 205

3, Cincinnati Colerain (1) 6-0 197

4, Austintown-Fitch (2) 6-0 181

5, Canton Mckinley (1) 6-0 159

6, Centerville (1) 6-0 135

7, Hilliard Davidson 6-0 118

8, Hudson 6-0 103

9, Cleveland St. Ignatius 4-2 63

10, Mentor 5-1 46

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Pickerington North 33. 12, Fairfield 16. 13, Cincinnati Elder 15. 14, Cincinnati St. Xavier 14. 15, West Chester Lakota West 12.

DIVISION II

1, Massillon Washington (14) 6-0 241

2, New Albany (2) 6-0 225

3, Cincinnati Winton Woods (5) 6-0 210

4, Zanesville (3) 6-0 188

5, Avon (1) 6-0 163

6, Loveland (3) 6-0 148

7, Mansfield 6-0 109

8, Cleveland Glenville (1) 5-1 92

9, Medina Highland 6-0 77

10, Macedonia Nordonia 6-0 34

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Willoughby South 32. 12, Madison 19. 12, Cincinnati Northwest 19. 14, Lewis Center Olentangy 18.

DIVISION III

1, Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary (13) 6-0 253

2, Toledo Central Catholic (10) 6-0 247

3, Hubbard (2) 6-0 165

4, Athens (2) 6-0 163

5, Poland Seminary (1) 6-0 133

6, Sandusky Perkins 6-0 128

7, Chillicothe (1) 6-0 121

8, New Philadelphia 6-0 95

9, Chesterland West Geauga 5-1 29

10, Mount Orab Western Brown 6-0 28

(tie) Aurora 5-1 28

(tie) Clyde 5-1 28

Others receiving 12 or more points: 13, Springfield Shawnee 26. 14, Louisville 23. 15, Day. Thurgood Marshall 21. 16, Trotwood-Madison 20. 17, Tipp City Tippecanoe 19.

DIVISION IV

1, Kenton (20) 6-0 277

2, Bryan (2) 6-0 215

3, Genoa Area (3) 6-0 211

4, Caledonia River Valley (2) 6-0 172

5, Clarksville Clinton-Massie 5-1 118

6, Urbana 6-0 108

7, Steubenville (1) 4-2 94

8, Gnadenhutten Indian Valley 6-0 86

9, Wauseon 5-1 48

(tie) Galion (1) 6-0 48

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Kettering Archbishop Alter 39. 12, Germantown Valley View 37. 13, Perry 18. 14, Chagrin Falls 16. 14, Cincinnati McNicholas 16. 16, Struthers 15. 16, Upper Sandusky 15.

DIVISION V

1, Wheelersburg (13) 6-0 258

2, St. Clairsville (6) 6-0 222

3, Coldwater (4) 5-1 189

4, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy (1) 6-0 165

5, Findlay Liberty-Benton (3) 5-0 162

6, Baltimore Liberty Union 6-0 134

7, Loudonville 6-0 119

8, Martins Ferry 5-1 64

9, Columbia Station Columbia (1) 6-0 61

10, Columbus Bishop Hartley (1) 5-1 47

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Akron Manchester 34. 12, Hamilton Badin 28. 13, Dayton Chaminade Julienne 21. 14, Crestview 20. 15, Richwood North Union 16.

DIVISION VI

1, Kirtland (20) 6-0 262

2, Columbus Bishop Ready (4) 6-0 220

3, Haviland Wayne Trace (2) 6-0 210

4, Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph 6-0 154

5, South Range (2) 6-0 145

6, Delphos Jefferson (1) 6-0 116

7, Lucasville Valley 6-0 88

8, Mogadore 5-1 84

9, Cincinnati Summit Country Day 5-1 64

10, Hamler Patrick Henry 5-1 34

(tie) Centerburg 6-0 34

Others receiving 12 or more points: 12, Lewisburg Tri-County North 27. 13, Louisville St. Thomas Aquinas 21. 14, Casstown Miami East 20. 15, Springfield 18. 16, Ada 16. 17, Newark Catholic 14. 18, North Robinson Colonel Crawford 13. 18, Defiance Tinora 13.

DIVISION VII

1, Maria Stein Marion Local (22) 6-0 258

2, Western Reserve (3) 6-0 216

3, Shadyside (1) 6-0 196

4, Glouster Trimble (1) 6-0 166

5, North Lewisburg Triad 6-0 153

6, Steubenville Catholic Central 6-0 138

7, Covington 6-0 105

8, Bainbridge Paint Valley (1) 6-0 72

9, Arlington 5-1 53

10, Wellsville 5-1 30

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, McComb 25. 11, Lowellville 25. 13, Ft. Loramie 21. 14, Danville 13. 14, Norwalk St. Paul 13.

(Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

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