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Little change in AP HS football poll

There was little change among the Ironton Fighting Tigers and Chesapeake Panthers in this week’s Associated Press high school football poll.

Wednesday, October 13, 1999

There was little change among the Ironton Fighting Tigers and Chesapeake Panthers in this week’s Associated Press high school football poll.

In Division IV, Ironton (5-1) was idle last week yet moved up one notch to 14th with 28 points, one more than last week.

Youngstown Cardinal Mooney leads the Division with Wheelersburg second, Chagrin Falls third followed by Germantown Valley View, Cincinnati Wyoming, Sandusky Perkins, Bellaire, Campell Memorial, Bellville Clear Fork and Oak Harbor tied for 10th.

The Chesapeake Panthers (7-0) are up three notches but down three points in Division V. The Panthers are 18th and have 18 points.

Bedford St. Peter Chanel is 7-0 and leads Cleveland VIlla Angela-St. Joseph by 47 points.

North Lima South Range is third followed by St. Henry, last week’s poll leader who tumbled after being spanked by Division VI leader Delphos St. John’s, 48-7.

The Symmes Valley Vikings fell out of the Div. VI poll following last week’s 33-7 loss to Lucasville Valley.

After Delphos St. John’s is Tiffin Calvert, Sprinfield Catholic, Toronto, Mogadore, Cincinnaty Country Day, Belaire St. John’s, Beallsville, Hemlock Miller, an dPandora-Gilboa.

Leading Div. I is Grove City over Cincinnate St. Xavier. Columbus Brookhave is up by just three points over Dover in Div.II, and Lima Bath leads Div. III over Bellbrook and Poland Seminary.

A complete list appears under Scoreboard.