Saturday, September 25, 1999


        COLUMBUS, Ohio — How the top teams in the Associated Press high school football poll did this week:


No.1 Canton McKinley (4-1) lost to Grove City 35-20.
No.2 Cin. St. Xavier (4-0) beat Indianapolis Chatard 53-3.
No.3 Grove City (5-0) beat Canton McKinley 35-20.
No.4 Massillon Washington (5-0) beat Youngs. Austintown Fitch 41-7.
No.5 Youngs. Boardman (5-0) beat Steubenville 21-12.
No.6 Cin. Elder (5-0) beat Indianapolis Arsenal 56-0.
No.7 Centerville (5-0) beat Fairborn 40-14.
No.8 Westerville South (4-1) lost to Westerville North 28-21.
No.9 Cleve. St. Ignatius (3-1) plays Bethlehem, Pa. Cath Saturday.
No.10 Brunswick (5-0) beat Brecksville 28-0.


No.1 Mentor Lake Cath. (4-0) plays Bedford Chanel Saturday.
No.2 Cols. Brookhaven (5-0) beat Cols. Northland 41-7.
No.3 Dover (5-0) beat Coshocton 30-8.
No.4 Piqua (5-0) beat Sidney 38-20.
No.5 Trenton Edgewood (5-0) beat Miamisburg 31-13.
No.6 Cin. McNicholas (5-0) beat Roger Bacon 26-14.
No.7 Uniontown Lake (4-1) beat Wooster 41-6.
No.8 Cuy. Falls Walsh Jesuit (3-1) plays Cols. Watterson Saturday.
No.9 Marysville (5-0) beat Pataskala Watkins Memorial 40-0.
No.10 Macedonia Nordonia (5-0) beat Hudson 52-12.


No.1 Cols. Watterson (4-0) plays Cuya. Falls Walsh Jesuit Saturday.
No.2 Steubenville (4-1) lost to Youngs. Boardman 21-12.
No.3 Lima Bath (5-0) beat Defiance 21-14.
No.4 Bellbrook (5-0) beat Middletown Madison 52-0.
No.5 Poland Seminary (5-0) beat Niles McKinley 17-0.
No.6 Copley (5-0) beat Lodi Cloverleaf 29-6.
No.7 Bellevue (5-0) beat Upper Sandusky 30-7.
No.8 Cin. Purcell Marian (4-1) beat Dayton Chaminade-Julienne 21-19.
No.9 Orrville (4-1) beat Mansfield Senior 33-0.
No.10 Sunbury Big Walnut (4-1) lost to Lewis Ctr. Olentangy 16-13.


No.1 Youngs. Mooney (3-1) plays Lakewood St. Edward Saturday.
No.2 Wheelersburg (5-0) beat Minford 52-21.
No.3 Bellville Clear Fork (5-0) beat Newark Cath. 21-0.
No.4 Germantown Valley View (4-1) beat New Lebanon Dixie 55-0.
No.5 Chagrin Falls (5-0) beat Kirtland 26-14.
No.6 Utica (5-0) beat Johnstown-Monroe 51-0.
No.7 Cin. Wyoming (5-0) beat Cin. Mariemont 38-10.
No.8 Coldwater (3-2) lost to Maria Stein Marion Local 27-9.
No.9 Sandusky Perkins (5-0) beat Huron 34-14.
No.10 Bellaire (4-0) plays Cambridge Saturday. DIVISION V

No.1 St. Henry (4-0) beat Minster 25-6.
No.2 Cleve. VASJ (5-0) beat Willoughby South 35-34.
No.3 Metamora Evergreen (5-0) beat Hamler Patrick Henry 19-16.
No.4 Bedford Chanel (4-0) plays Mentor Lake Cath. Saturday.
No.5 N. Lima S. Range (5-0) beat N. Jackson Jackson-Milton 38-14.
No.6 Brookville (4-1) lost to Eaton 35-30.
No.7 Liberty Ctr. (4-1) beat Wauseon 20-6.
No.8 Hamler Patrick Henry (3-2) lost to Metamora Evergreen 19-16.
No.9 Apple Creek Waynedale (4-1) beat Creston Norwayne 23-7.
No.10 Milford Ctr. Fairbanks (5-0) beat Triad 17-7.


No.1 Delphos St. John's (5-0) beat Fort Recovery 42-0.
No.2 Newark Cath. (4-1) lost to Bellville Clear Fork 21-0.
No.3 Mogadore (4-1) lost to Mantua Crestwood 28-12.
No.4 Toronto (4-0) plays Cadiz Harrison Cent. Saturday.
No.5 Tiffin Calvert (5-0) beat Attica Seneca East 55-19.
No.6 Springfield Cath. Cent. (5-0) beat Milton-Union 27-19.
No.7 Minster (3-2) lost to St. Henry 25-6.
No.8 Beallsville (5-0) beat Bowerston Conotton Valley 26-0.
No.9 Danville (3-2) lost to Howard East Knox 35-13.
No.9 Kirtland (3-2) lost to Chagrin Falls 26-14.

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