For the first time in 20 weeks Clinton-Massie lost a game and it cost the Falcons the No. 1 ranking. The loss had ripple effects in the latest TSF Ohio Division IV Team Rankings as Alter and McNicholas out of the GCL Co-ed Division surged past C-M in the poll.
Meanwhile, conference their conference foes, Fenwick, continued their slid after a second straight loss.
Taylor fell out of the Top 10, but the Yellowjackets are still a major threat to move back into the rankings. Also on the outside looking in is Indian Hill. However, with a win at Madeira on Friday night the Braves would garner serious Top 10 consideration again.
1. Alter (Last Week – 2)
2. McNicholas (3)
3. Clinton-Massie (1)
4. Urbana (5)
5. Valley View (6)
6. Bishop Fenwick (4)
7. Eaton (6)
8. Wyoming (8)
9. Carlisle (9)
10. Batavia (NR)
Dropped Out: No. 9 Taylor
Knocking on the Door: Taylor, Indian Hill
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