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Springfield has clinched a likely D-I, Region 2 playoff home opener and hosts Trotwood-Madison on Friday.
Anna (8-1) remained No. 1 in the D-VI poll. The Rockets vaulted to the top spot following a Week 8 defeat of Coldwater (8-1), which dropped the Cavaliers to No. 2.
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Marion Local (6-2) was bumped by McComb as No. 1 in D-VII after the Flyers were beaten by Minster in Week 8. However, Marion Local climbed back into the top spot following a Week 9 defeat of Fort Recovery and McComb’s first loss.
Springfield's Jeff Tolliver runs against Fairfield's Nykel Bell on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019, at Springfield High School. David Jablonski/Staff
Fort Loramie (8-1) improved one spot to No. 2 in D-VII.
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Chaminade Julienne (8-1) drew two first-place votes and improved to No. 6 in the D-III poll. Trotwood (7-2) fell five positions to No. 9 after losing to Springboro (8-1) in Week 9.
Clinton-Massie (8-1) and Waynesville (8-1) both improved one spot in D-IV. Massie overtook unbeaten Perry as No. 2. Waynesville defeated Northridge and went to No. 7.
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Ohio Heritage Conference rivals West Liberty-Salem (8-1) and West Jefferson (8-1) were 7-8 in the D-V poll. WL-Salem edged West Jeff 42-39 in Week 8 and hosts Mechanicsburg (8-1) on Friday.
MAC member Minster (8-1) joined Anna and Coldwater among ranked D-VI teams as No. 5, its same position from last week.
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Unbeaten New Miami (8-0) had three first-place votes and climbed one spot to No. 5 in D-VII. A fifth MAC team, New Bremen (7-2), cracked the top 10 for the first time as No. 10 in D-VII.
The Ohio High School Athletic Association will release the weekly football computer rankings on Tuesday.
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