It looks as if all the teams in the rankings that have had an early season stumble are back on track. Outside of the GCL small schools most of the other teams in the Top 10 appear to be on their way for monster finishes.
It still looks as if the road to the Division IV, Region 16 championship runs through a team just outside our rankings area, Clinton-Massie (4-0). The Falcons have set a pretty high bar for other to follow in 2012.
Here are the latest TriStateFootball.com Ohio Division IV-VI Rankings:
1. Chaminade-Julienne (3-1)
How they fared: The Eagles have now scored 99 total points in back-to-back victories with a freshman, Jacob Harrison, starting at quarterback.
Looking Ahead: Size and power should lead the Eagles to a road victory at Roger Bacon (1-3).
2. Bishop-Fenwick (3-1)
How they fared: A solid victory over Badin has Falcons winners for the 18th time in their last 23 outings.
Looking Ahead: A Saturday tilt at McNicholas is not going to be easy.
3. CHCA (4-0)
How they fared: CHVA sill unbeaten after 58-0 whitewashing of Cincinnati Christian.
Looking Ahead: The Eagles go on the road to Cincinnati Country Day (2-2, 0-1).
4. Madeira (3-1)
How they fared: A healthy offense and hungry defense lead Madeira to their third straight win as they take down off Mariemont.
Looking Ahead: Finneytown is up next as the Mustangs look to run the table with eight wins in a row before finale against Wyoming.
5. Milton-Union (3-1)
How they fared: The Bulldogs broke the 40-point barrier for the third time as they beat Division II Bellbrook.
Looking Ahead: A strong Madiosn (3-1, 1-0) looms for Madison.
6. North College Hill (2-2)
How they fared: It was a good week to work out some kinks as NCH rolled New Miami behind a 329-yard rushing performance from Tevin Brown.
Looking Ahead: The Trojans are in need of a big win to nab some quality Level 2 Harbin Points and undefeated Summit Country Day can provide that.
7. Summit Country Day (4-0)
How they fared: Opened up league play in grand fashion shutting out Lockland, 31-0.
Looking Ahead: The Knights get their shot at proving the can play and beat the upper echelon teams in the MVC hosting North College Hill this week and at CHCA next.
8. Batavia (4-0)
How they fared: Beating Division II Amelia gives the Bulldogs their first win over a team from larger Division school.
Looking Ahead: Clermont Northeastern (1-3) will fight to the bitter end to win this one.
9. Carlisle (3-1)
How they fared: It was a grade A-win over Waynesville as Carlisle has won three straight after seven point loss to Division II, Franklin.
Looking Ahead: Northridge provides the Indians a tune up before back-to-back clashes with Milton-Union and Madison.
10. Waynesville (2-2)
How they fared: A loss to Carlisle means the Spartans have lots of work to do if they want get one of the coveted eight playoff spots in Region 16.
Looking Ahead: A 0-4 Preble Shawnee will give Waynesville the opportunity to tune things up before a tilt with Dixie.
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