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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, Cincinnati Moeller (19) 8-0 265

2, Cincinnati Colerain (4) 8-0 227

3, Austintown-Fitch (3) 8-0 197

4, Canton Mckinley 8-0 143

5, Hudson 8-0 139

6, Hilliard Davidson 8-0 138

7, Lakewood St. Edward (1) 6-1 130

8, Pickerington North (1) 8-0 101

9, Mentor 7-1 68

10, Cleveland St. Ignatius 5-3 65

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, West Chester Lakota West 16. 12, Huber Heights Wayne 14.

DIVISION II

1, New Albany (10) 8-0 231

2, Loveland (6) 8-0 226

3, Zanesville (5) 8-0 209

4, Avon (3) 8-0 184

5, Mansfield 8-0 141

6, Cleveland Glenville (3) 7-1 126

7, Massillon Washington (1) 7-1 119

8, Medina Highland 8-0 104

9, Macedonia Nordonia 8-0 85

10, Cincinnati Winton Woods 6-2 36

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Willoughby South 16. 12, Cincinnati Northwest 13.

DIVISION III

1, Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary (17) 8-0 262

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

3, Hubbard (1) 8-0 181

4, Sandusky Perkins 8-0 158

5, Athens (2) 8-0 149

6, Mount Orab Western Brown 8-0 91

7, Chillicothe 7-1 64

8, Poland Seminary 7-1 48

9, New Philadelphia 7-1 42

10, Columbus Marion-Franklin 7-1 37

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Clyde 31. 12, Springfield Shawnee 30. 13, Trotwood-Madison 26. 14, Louisville 23. 14, Aurora 23. 16, Norwalk 22. 16, Tiffin Columbian 22. 18, Wapakoneta 17. 18, Tipp City Tippecanoe 17. 20, Franklin 16.

DIVISION IV

1, Kenton (19) 8-0 268

2, Bryan (3) 8-0 235

3, Genoa Area (2) 8-0 215

4, Caledonia River Valley (3) 8-0 155

5, Clarksville Clinton-Massie (1) 7-1 147

6, Kettering Archbishop Alter 7-1 133

7, Urbana 8-0 121

8, Wauseon 7-1 73

9, Chagrin Falls 6-2 32

10, Newark Licking Valley 7-1 25

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Germantown Valley View 23. 12, Philo 20. 13, Galion 18. 14, Youngstown Cardinal Mooney 14. 15, Steubenville 12.

DIVISION V

1, Wheelersburg (21) 8-0 261

2, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy (1) 8-0 203

3, Findlay Liberty-Benton (3) 7-0 198

4, Loudonville (1) 8-0 158

5, Columbia Station Columbia (1) 8-0 149

6, Columbus Bishop Hartley (1) 7-1 106

7, St. Clairsville 7-1 103

8, Coldwater 6-2 92

9, Martins Ferry 7-1 68

10, Akron Manchester 7-1 59

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Hamilton Badin 29. 12, West Salem Northwestern 23. 13, West Jefferson 21. 14, Richwood North Union 16. 15, Pemberville Eastwood 15.

DIVISION VI

1, Kirtland (21) 8-0 269

2, Columbus Bishop Ready (5) 8-0 232

3, South Range (1) 8-0 161

4, Delphos Jefferson (1) 8-0 160

5, Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph 8-0 141

6, Lucasville Valley 8-0 117

7, Mogadore 7-1 101

(tie) Centerburg 8-0 101

9, Haviland Wayne Trace 7-1 61

10, Defiance Tinora 7-1 52

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Cincinnati Country Day 48. 12, Newark Catholic 31. 13, Casstown Miami East 14.

DIVISION VII

1, Maria Stein Marion Local (23) 8-0 265

2, Western Reserve (1) 8-0 198

3, Shadyside (1) 8-0 187

4, Glouster Trimble (1) 8-0 176

5, North Lewisburg Triad (1) 8-0 150

6, Covington 8-0 149

7, Steubenville Catholic Central 8-0 141

8, McComb 7-1 69

9, Wellsville 7-1 55

10, Norwalk St. Paul 7-1 49

Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Sidney Lehman 13. 12, Leipsic 12.

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