There wasn't a ton of movement in the power rankings this week, but there was certainly enough to keep things interesting. We'll tackle that and more in this week's report.
Harrison has been an offensive powerhouse for three straight weeks after the team lit up the scoreboard again last week. The final score between it and Franklin County was a 56 - 20 blowout in Harrison's favor. At 36 points, that marked Harrison's largest margin of victory so far this year. Thanks to its success, Harrison cracked into the power rankings and now occupies the 24th spot.
If you are itching to watch a first-rate contest, no game is supposed to fit the bill better than the one between Mason (11th in the power rankings) and Fairfield (8th). Mason will be strutting in after a win while Fairfield will be stumbling in from a defeat. Both the Fairfield and Mason defenses have allowed few points this year (averaging 13 ppg and 12 ppg, respectively), so the teams might find scoring more difficult than usual this week.
The battle between Archbishop Moeller (ranked 19th in the state) and St. Ignatius (ranked 3rd) turned out to be a somewhat underwhelming competition. Archbishop Moeller had all the answers against St. Ignatius, winning 41 - 20. As a result, Archbishop Moeller rose two spots in the power rankings.
This Week's Big Showdown
One of the hottest tickets last week involved the clash between Winton Woods (4th in the power rankings) and Elder (5th). Winton Woods and Elder were almost perfectly matched up, but Winton Woods suffered an agonizing 35 - 34 defeat. The outcome was a definite jolt of excitement for Winton Woods after its previous game, where the margin was anything but close.
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