- Mostly clear
LaSalle dropped their second straight overtime affair and that has caused the Lancers to drop to No. 5 in the latest TSF Ohio Division II Team Rankings released on Monday. Withrow and Northwest moved up as they continued to impress as a result.
Anderson is rising quickly in the rankings after three straight wins. The Redskins have gone from being out of the rankings all the way up to No. 7. They get their big shot this Friday hosting second-ranked Loveland.
Seventeen of the 27 teams in Region 6 have losing records.
1. Winton Woods (Last Week – 1)
2. Loveland (3)
3. Withrow (4)
4. Northwest (5)
5. LaSalle (3)
6. Mount Healthy (6)
7. Anderson (8)
8. Kings (7)
9. Butler (8)
10. Troy (NR)
Dropped Out: None
Knocking on the Door: Stebbins, Sidney
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