Coaches release sixth volleyball state polls of 2016 season

The Ohio High School Volleyball Coaches Association has released the sixth set of its weekly girls state polls of the 2016 season.

Division I

1. Ursuline Academy – Total Points: 426 (First-Place Votes: 27)

2. Toledo St. Ursula Academy – Total Points: 424 (First-Place Votes: 10)

3. Mason – Total Points: 341 (First-Place-Votes: 6)

4. Brecksville-Broadview Heights – Total Points: 313 (First-Place Votes: 3)

5. Dublin Coffman – Total Points: 237 (First-Place Votes: 1)

6. Cincinnati St. Ursula Academy – Total Points: 231 (First-Place Votes: 1)

7. Notre Dame Academy – Total Points: 116

8. Mount Notre Dame – Total Points: 104 (First-Place-Votes: 1)

9. Elyria – Total Points: 103

10. Mother of Mercy – Total Points: 88

11. Avon – Total Points: 64

12. Turpin – Total Points: 63

13. Massillon Jackson – Total Points: 56

14. Strongsville – Total Points: 39

15. Hilliard Davidson – Total Points: 36

16. St. Joseph Academy – Total Points: 32

17. Olentangy Orange – Total Points: 17

18. Hilliard Darby – Total Points: 16

19. Mentor – Total Points: 14

20. Solon – Total Points: 13

Division II

1. Lake Catholic – Total Points: 427 (First-Place Votes: 43)

2. Bishop Hartley – Total Points: 339 (First-Place Votes: 3)

3. Ottawa-Glandorf – Total Points: 274 (First-Place Votes: 1)

4. Padua Franciscan – Total Points: 253

5. Logan Elm – Total Points: 205

6. Archbishop Alter – Total Points: 189

7. Benjamin Logan – Total Points: 139 (First-Place Votes: 1)

8. Granville – Total Points: 78

9. Bishop Fenwick – Total Points: 77

10. Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin – Total Points: 72 (First-Place Votes: 1)

11. Gallia Academy – Total Points: 62

12. Beaver Local – Total Points: 53

13. Bowling Green – Total Points: 47

14. John Glenn – Total Points: 37

15. Norwalk – Total Points: 36

16. New Philadelphia – Total Points: 35

16. Beaumont School – Total Points: 35

18. Bellbrook – Total Points: 29

19. Jonathan Alder – Total Points: 26

20. Ravenna Southeast – Total Points: 22

Division III

1. Gilmour Academy – Total Points: 394 (First-Place Votes: 30)

2. Huron – Total Points: 328 (First-Place Votes: 5)

3. Coldwater – Total Points: 277

4. Highland – Total Points: 237 (First-Place Votes: 5)

5. Tuscarawas Valley – Total Points: 236 (First-Place Votes: 2)

6. Buckeye Trail – Total Points: 219 (First-Place Votes: 6)

7. Utica – Total Points: 174

8. Eastwood – Total Points: 121

9. Lutheran West – Total Points: 116

10. Newark Catholic – Total Points: 114

11. Versailles – Total Points: 81

12. St. Henry – Total Points: 47

13. Independence – Total Points: 45

14. Adena – Total Points: 33

15. Newton Falls – Total Points: 25

15. Miami East – Total Points: 25

17. Columbiana Crestview – Total Points: 22 (First-Place Votes: 1)

17. Williamsburg – Total Points: 22

19. Orrville – Total Points: 19

20. Fairbanks – Total Points: 18

Division IV

1. Jackson Center – Total Points: 458 (First-Place Votes: 38)

2. Norwalk St. Paul – Total Points: 405 (First-Place Votes: 6)

3. McComb – Total Points: 344

4. Arlington – Total Points: 228

5. Tuscarawas Central Catholic – Total Points: 184 (First-Place Votes: 1)

6. Old Fort – Total Points: 181

7. Marion Local – Total Points: 167 (First-Place Votes: 1)

8. New Bremen – Total Points: 159

9. Notre Dame – Total Points: 88 (First-Place Votes: 1)

10. Fort Loramie – Total Points: 76

11. Leipsic – Total Points: 54

12. Buckeye Central – Total Points: 45

13. Dalton – Total Points: 40

14. Delaware Christian – Total Points: 32

15. Lordstown – Total Points: 29

16. Minster – Total Points: 28

17. Delphos St. John – Total Points: 22, (1)

18. Waterford – Total Points: 19

19. Ottoville – Total Points: 16

20. Hicksville – Total Points: 12

20. Ashtabula St. John School – Total Points: 12 (First-Place Votes: 1)

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