The only movement this week came in the No. 2 through No. 4 spots. Thurgood Marshall’s loss to Division II top-ranked Winton Woods sent the Cougars down to No. 4. Tippecanoe and Springfield Shawnee, a pair of undefeated teams, leaped over Thurgood Marshall in process.
Shawnee will have their hands full on Thursday nights as they take on unbeaten No. 7 Kenton Ridge.
A pair of Region 10 teams outside our TSF rankings coverage area Celina and Wapakoneta are putting up big Harbin points. That is going to make it difficult for teams like Ross, Goshen and New Richmond to make the postseason. Those schools have little margin for error the rest of the way.
1. Trotwood-Madison (Last Week -1)
2. Tippecanoe (3)
3. Springfield Shawnee (4)
4. Thurgood Marshall (2)
5. Franklin (5)
6. Western Brown (6)
7. Kenton Ridge (7)
8. Ross (8)
9. New Richmond (9)
10. Goshen (10)
Dropped Out: None
Knocking on the Door: Bellefontaine
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