Top 25 high school football rankings
A look at the new Top 25 high school football rankings. Nos. 1 and 2 cruise to dominant wins.
Who had Ohio's best individual performances? You vote, you decide
MaxPreps is proud to again sponsor the Ohio Athlete of the Week awards during the 2019-20 school year.
Each week during the season (regular and post), there will be a fan-generated contest to tab weekly winners. Each winner receives a letter and award patch for their varsity jacket. How does it work?
Nominees are selected from statistics submitted on MaxPreps. Coaches who do not have current access may request their free account here. Weekly finalists are released on MaxPreps every Tuesday and voting is conducted in a special poll. Voting ceases at noon on Mondays. The winners (2 per week) are announced the next day along with the next week's nominees.
Participants may vote as many times as they want. It's a competition.
Last week over 136,000 votes were cast, including 65,000-plus for St. Clairsville's Macy Malin.
Week 1 Ohio HS Athletes of the WeekMacy Malin, St. Clairsville Girls Soccer
had four goals and an assist in a win over East Liverpool and four
goals in a win over Cambridge. Also had three goals and an assist in a
win over Indian Creek.
Here is the latest round of nominees...
Week 2 Ohio High School Athlete of the Week Nominees* Cade Rice, Greenon (Springfield) Football
Junior quarterback completed 24-of-44 passes for 337 yards and four touchdowns and carried the ball 25 times for 160 yards and two touchdowns as the Knights beat Springfield Shawnee for the first time since 2007. * Kerigan Pollard, McClain (Greenfield) Girls Soccer
Junior had six goals and an assist in a win over Washington Court House and three goals and an assist in a tie with Jackson. Has 43 points (19 goals and five assists) in five games.
* Jack Sawyer, Pickerington North Football
Junior defensive end and the country’s No. 1 junior prospect regardless of position had 14 tackles, 3.5 tackles-for-loss and 2.5 sacks in a loss to Olentangy Liberty. Also caught eight passes for 60 yards. * Sarah Morbitzer, Hamilton Township (Columbus) Volleyball
Senior had 28, 26 and 24 kills, respectively, in wins over Circleville, Amanda-Clearcreek and Central Crossing. Also contributed 41 digs and 37 assists.