JFK remains king of D-VII poll
Warren JFK sits atop the Division VII standings once again in the newest AP poll.
The Eagles (7-0) received 16 of the 25 first-place votes and are right above also undefeated Norwalk St. Paul and Covington. JFK remains in second place in the Region 25 computer rankings behind Mogadore (6-1), who fell to sixth in the poll. The Eagles have only allowed 14 points the entire season.
Just a few miles away, Warren Harding sits in second place in the Division II poll. The Raiders (7-0) received seven first-place votes and trail Avon (7-0), who racked up 14 first-place votes and only lead Harding by eight total votes. Harding remains in first place in the Region 5 computer rankings.
No other area teams cracked the top 10 in any division.
Howland managed to snag enough votes to sit in 13th place in the Division III poll. The Tigers (5-2) are on a five-game win streak and have given up eight points in their last three games. They currently sit in fourth place in the Region 9 computer rankings.
Cardinal Mooney sits in 12th place in the Division IV poll despite falling this past week to Canisius (N.Y.) 31-14. The Cardinals (4-2) are sixth in the Region 13 computer rankings and travel on the road to play Harding this Friday.
South Range is ranked 13th in the Division V poll while LaBrae trails them in 14th place. The Raiders (6-1) atop the Region 17 standings while the Vikings (5-2) are in the fourth slot.