Only one change in this week’s Top 10 of the TSF Ohio Division I Team Rankings as St. Xavier moved down a spot after losing in overtime to No. 2 Moeller. The Bombers only other loss was to top-ranked Colerain.
Elder jumped back to No. 3 as the Panthers head to St. X on Friday night. The loser better beware as Centerville, Lakota West and Wayne are all good enough to replace them.
Seven of the Top 10 teams are on four-game winning streaks or still undefeated streaks. The Top 10 has a combined six losses. St. Xavier has the two defeats mentioned above, Lakota West lost to Division II No. 1 Winton Woods, Sycamore fell to No. 5 Lakota West, Elder was taken down at powerhouse Lakewood St. Edward and Northmont lost to Division III No. 2 Thurgood Marshall.
1. Colerain (Last Week – 1)
2. Moeller (2)
3. Elder (4)
4. St. Xavier (3)
5. Lakota West (5)
6. Centerville (6)
7. Wayne (7)
8. Sycamore (8)
9. Fairfield (9)
10. Northmont (10)
Dropped Out: None
Knocking on the Door: Miamisburg, Springboro
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