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AP H.S. football weekly poll (10/31/16)

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - How a state panel of sports writers and broadcasters rates Ohio high school football teams in the eighth weekly Associated Press poll of 2016, by OHSAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):

DIVISION I
1, Cincinnati Colerain (20) 10-0 246
2, Huber Heights Wayne (1) 9-0-1 220
3, Powell Olentangy Liberty (2) 10-0 192
4, Cleveland St. Ignatius (3) 9-1 175
5, Pickerington Central 9-1 148
6, Solon 9-1 125
7, Stow-Munroe Falls 9-1 107
8, Hilliard Bradley 9-1 79
9, Lakewood St. Edward 7-2 61
10, Dublin Jerome 9-1 52 
Others receiving 12 or more points: None.

DIVISION II
1, Avon (16) 10-0 236
2, Cincinnati Turpin (2) 10-0 198
3, Chardon (1) 10-0 180
4, Holland Springfield (1) 10-0 173
5, Cincinnati La Salle (5) 8-2 150
6, Troy 9-1 117
7, Warren G. Harding (1) 9-1 114
8, Aurora 9-1 99
9, Grafton Midview 9-1 79
10, Massillon Perry 8-2 42 
Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Massillon Washington 22.

DIVISION III
1, Toledo Central Catholic (15) 10-0 246
2, Columbus St. Francis DeSales (8) 10-0 226
3, Akron Hoban (3) 9-1 181
4, Alliance Marlington 10-0 143
(tie) Franklin 10-0 143
6, Bexley 10-0 121
7, Sandusky 9-1 89
8, Wapakoneta 9-1 85
9, St. Marys Memorial 9-1 64
10, Trotwood-Madison 8-2 48 
Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Columbus Hamilton Township 14.

DIVISION IV
1, Kettering Archbishop Alter (16) 10-0 215
2, Perry (3) 10-0 186
3, Heath (2) 10-0 172
4, Cincinnati Wyoming (1) 10-0 170
5, Steubenville (1) 9-1 133
6, Peninsula Woodridge 10-0 96
7, Mantua Crestwood 9-1 86
8, Columbus Bishop Hartley (1) 8-2 78
9, Johnstown-Monroe 9-1 73
10, Cardinal Mooney 7-2 64 
Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Clarksville Clinton-Massie (1) 56. 12, Port Clinton 29. 13, Lewistown Indian Lake 20. 14, Struthers (1) 15.

DIVISION V
1, Wheelersburg (16) 10-0 230
2, Coldwater (6) 9-1 222
3, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy (1) 10-0 184
4, Sugarcreek Garaway (1) 10-0 171
5, Creston Norwayne (1) 9-1 141
6, Milan Edison 9-1 120
7, Pemberville Eastwood 9-1 94
8, Swanton 9-1 84
9, South Range (1) 9-1 76
10, Coshocton 9-1 31 
Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Orwell Grand Valley 16. 12, Carlisle 13.

DIVISION VI
1, Maria Stein Marion Local (17) 9-1 233
2, Cleveland Cuyahoga Heights (4) 10-0 207
3, Hamler Patrick Henry (3) 10-0 191
4, Bucyrus Wynford (1) 10-0 161
5, Mechanicsburg 10-0 142
6, Kirtland 9-1 124
7, Defiance Ayersville 10-0 93
8, Beverly Fort Frye 10-0 84
9, Delphos Jefferson 9-1 44
10, Hannibal River 10-0 34 
Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Louisville St. Thomas Aquinas 25. 12, Springfield (1) 22. 13, Chesapeake 14. 14, Lisbon 12. 14, Spencerville 12.

DIVISION VII
1, Covington (13) 10-0 233
2, Norwalk St. Paul (11) 10-0 230
3, McComb (1) 9-1 183
4, Warren John F. Kennedy (1) 9-1 180
5, Troy Christian 9-1 119
6, Waterford 9-1 102
7, Monroeville 9-1 93
8, Mogadore 8-2 85
9, Portsmouth Sciotoville Community 10-0 77
10, Glouster Trimble 8-2 25 
Others receiving 12 or more points: 11, Shadyside 20. 12, Toronto 19.

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