Wednesday, May 23, 2001

Ohio tennis polls




        COLUMBUS — The fifth and final weekly Ohio Tennis Coaches' Association boys tennis rankings for 2001 with school and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):

        Division I

        1. Tol. St. Francis (11) ....... 110
        2. Sycamore ....... 83
        3. Worth. Kilbourne ....... 68
        4. Dublin Coffman (1) ....... 64
        5. St. Xavier (1) ....... 55
        6. Shaker Hts. ....... 48
        7. Canfield ....... 39
        8. Upper Arlington ....... 35
        9. Centerville ....... 29
        10. Tol. St. John's ....... 28
        Others with 12 or more points: 11. N. Canton Hoover 20. 12. Hilliard Davidson 19. 13. Pickerington 18. 14. Princeton 16. 15, Cleve. St. Ignatius 15.
        Division II
        1. Indian Hill (4) ....... 70
        2. Hunt. Valley Univ. School ....... 54
        3. Gahanna Cols. Academy ....... 50
        4. Lexington (2) ....... 48
        5. Cant. Cent. Cath. (2) ....... 38
        6. Elyria Cath. ....... 32
        7. Port Clinton ....... 28
        8. Bexley ....... 22
        9. Seven Hills ....... 20
        10. Sylvania Southview ....... 19.
        Others with 12 or more points: 11. Young. Ursuline 18. 12 (tie). Ottawa Hills, Day. Miami Valley School 16. 14 (tie). Cin. Hills Christian Acad., Kettering Alter 15.
       



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