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AP High School Football Poll (10/14/13)

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school football teams in the fifth 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 (18) 6-0 275

2, Cincinnati Moeller (7) 7-0 246

3, Cincinnati Colerain (3) 7-0 223

4, Austintown-Fitch (1) 7-0 207

5, Canton Mckinley (1) 7-0 170

6, Hudson 7-0 142

7, Hilliard Davidson 7-0 141

8, Mentor 6-1 69

9, Pickerington North 7-0 59

10, Centerville 6-1 31

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Cleveland St. Ignatius 20. 12, Cincinnati Elder 17. 12, West Chester Lakota West 17.

DIVISION II

1, New Albany (12) 7-0 253

2, Loveland (5) 7-0 220

3, Zanesville (5) 7-0 212

4, Avon (2) 7-0 194

5, Mansfield 7-0 152

6, Massillon Washington (3) 6-1 118

7, Medina Highland 7-0 114

8, Cleveland Glenville (3) 7-0 110

9, Macedonia Nordonia 7-0 98

10, Cincinnati Winton Woods 6-1 96

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Cincinnati Northwest 20. 12, Pataskala Licking Heights 12. 12, Willoughby South 12.

DIVISION III

1, Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary (15) 7-0 263

2, Toledo Central Catholic (8) 7-0 245

3, Hubbard (2) 7-0 195

4, Athens (2) 7-0 181

5, Poland Seminary (1) 7-0 164

6, Sandusky Perkins 7-0 141

7, Mount Orab Western Brown 7-0 75

8, Chesterland West Geauga 7-0 60

9, Chillicothe 6-1 36

(tie)New Philadelphia 6-1 36

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Clyde 26. 12, Aurora 25. 13, Louisville (1) 22. 14, Springfield Shawnee 18. 15, Columbus Marion-Franklin 17. 16, Wapakoneta 15. 17, Norwalk 14. 18, Alliance Marlington 12.

DIVISION IV

1, Kenton (21) 7-0 270

2, Bryan (3) 7-0 252

3, Genoa Area (2) 7-0 219

4, Caledonia River Valley (2) 7-0 188

5, Clarksville Clinton-Massie 6-1 154

6, Urbana 7-0 130

7, Kettering Archbishop Alter (1) 6-1 85

8, Wauseon 6-1 82

9, Gnadenhutten Indian Valley 6-1 36

10, Steubenville 5-2 23

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Galion 22. 12, Chagrin Falls 21. 13, Newark Licking Valley 17. 13, Philo 17. 15, Perry 12.

DIVISION V

1, Wheelersburg (18) 7-0 256

2, Coldwater (4) 7-0 226

3, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy 7-0 179

4, Findlay Liberty-Benton (3) 7-0 177

5, Loudonville 7-0 142

6, Columbia Station Columbia (1) 7-0 128

7, St. Clairsville (3) 6-1 121

8, Martins Ferry 6-1 81

9, Columbus Bishop Hartley 6-1 78

10, Akron Manchester 6-1 61

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Hamilton Badin 23. 12, Crestview 20. 13, Baltimore Liberty Union 18. 14, West Salem Northwestern 16. 15, Navarre Fairless 14. 16, Richwood North Union 12.

DIVISION VI

1, Kirtland (20) 7-0 263

2, Columbus Bishop Ready (5) 7-0 233

3, Haviland Wayne Trace (2) 7-0 213

4, South Range (2) 7-0 155

5, Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph 7-0 153

6, Delphos Jefferson 7-0 134

7, Lucasville Valley 7-0 115

8, Mogadore 6-1 101

9, Centerburg 7-0 72

10, Cincinnati Summit Country Day 6-1 32

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Newark Catholic 22. 12, Cincinnati Country Day 20. 13, North Robinson Colonel Crawford 14.

DIVISION VII

1, Maria Stein Marion Local (23) 7-0 280

2, Western Reserve (4) 7-0 220

3, Shadyside 7-0 202

4, Glouster Trimble (1) 7-0 192

5, North Lewisburg Triad (1) 7-0 162

6, Steubenville Catholic Central 7-0 155

7, Covington 7-0 136

8, Wellsville 6-1 66

9, McComb 6-1 38

10, Norwalk St. Paul 6-1 29

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Danville 26. 12, Leipsic 18. 13, Arlington 13. 13, Bainbridge Paint Valley 13.

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