Coaches release third soccer state polls of 2016 season

The Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association released the third set of its weekly high school boys and girls state polls of the 2016 season on Monday.

Division I - Boys

1. St. Ignatius (6-0-1) – Total Points: 100

2. Columbus St. Charles Prep (9-0-0) – Total Points: 85

3. Medina (5-0-1) – Total Points: 79

4. Mason (6-0-1) – Total Points: 67

5. Beavercreek (6-0-0) – Total Points: 50

6. Dublin Coffman (6-0-1) – Total Points: 48

7. Whitehouse Anthony Wayne (5-1-2) – Total Points: 40

8. Cincinnati Anderson (7-0-1) – Total Points: 34

8. Olmsted Falls (6-0-0) – Total Points: 26

10. Toledo St. Francis de Sales (5-1-0) – Total Points: 9

Receiving votes: Copley, Westerville Central, Toledo St. Johns Jesuit, Shaker Heights

Division II - Boys

1. Columbus St. Francis DeSales (6-0-1) – Total Points: 100

2. Dayton Carroll (8-0-0) – Total Points: 90

3. Revere (5-2-1) – Total Points: 69

4. Lake Catholic (4-3-1) – Total Points: 55

5. Cortland Lakeview (8-0-0) – Total Points: 46

6. Kettering Archbishop Alter (5-0-1) – Total Points: 40

6. St. Marys Memorial (8-0-0) – Total Points: 40

6. Orange (8-1-0) – Total Points: 40

9. Bay (4-2-2) – Total Points: 21

10. Oak Harbor (6-0-1) – Total Points: 13

Receiving votes: Woodridge, Steubenville, Middletown Bishop Fenwick, Chillicothe, Celina, Tipp City Tippecanoe, Granville

Division III - Boys

1. Cincinnati Summit Country Day (6-1-1) – Total Points: 100

2. Mansfield Christian (7-0-1) – Total Points: 86

3. Cincinnati Roger Bacon (6-0-0) – Total Points: 80

4. Dayton Christian (5-1-0) – Total Points: 61

5. Archbold (6-0-1) – Total Points: 57

6. Worthington Christian (5-3-0) – Total Points: 48

7. Canfield South Range (6-0-0) – Total Points: 44

8. Lutheran West (6-1-0) – Total Points: 27

9. Zanesville Bishop Rosecrans (6-2-1) – Total Points: 19

10. South Webster (8-0-1) – Total Points: 14

Receiving votes: Kirtland, Columbiana Crestview, Millbury Lake, Steubenville Catholic Central

Division I - Girls

1. Walsh Jesuit (6-0-0) – Total Points: 98

2. Strongsville (7-0-1) – Total Points: 90

3. Loveland (8-0-0) – Total Points: 79

4. Medina (4-0-1) – Total Points: 70

5. Perrysburg (4-0-1) – Total Points: 55

6. Pickerington North (7-0-1) – Total Points: 51

7. Gahanna Lincoln (8-0-1) – Total Points: 34

8. Springboro (5-1-2) – Total Points: 28

9. Canfield (7-0-0) – Total Points: 24

10. Toledo Notre Dame (6-0-1) – Total Points: 12

Receiving votes: Zanesville, Westlake, Massillon Jackson, Cincinnati Oak Hills, Powell Olentangy Liberty

Division II - Girls

1. Cincinnati Archbishop McNicholas (6-1-1) – Total Points: 98

2. Holy Name (5-2-0) – Total Points: 85

3. Revere (6-0-1) – Total Points: 77

4. Bay (4-2-1) – Total Points: 63

5. Dayton Carroll (3-1-2) – Total Points: 57

6. Ontario (5-0-1) – Total Points: 54

7. Tipp City Tippecanoe (7-0-0) – Total Points: 28

8. Granville (4-3-0) – Total Points: 22

9. Bellville Clear Fork (7-2-0) – Total Points: 20

10. Cincinnati Wyoming (6-0-1) – Total Points: 16

Receiving votes: Millbury Lake, Lake Catholic, Kettering Archbishop Alter, Warren Howland, Cuyahoga Valley Christian, Sunbury Big Walnut   

Division III - Girls

1. Gilmour (6-0-0) – Total Points: 100

2. Cincinnati Summit Country Day (4-2-0) – Total Points: 76

3. Sidney Lehman Catholic (7-0-1) – Total Points: 73

4. Doylestown Chippewa (7-0-0) – Total Points: 63

5. Zanesville Bishop Rosecrans (7-0-1) – Total Points: 61

6. Cincinnati Country Day (6-1-0) – Total Points: 35

7. Worthington Christian (7-1-1) – Total Points: 31

8. Youngstown Cardinal Mooney (6-1-0) – Total Points: 24

9. Loudonville (9-0-0) – Total Points: 23

10. Lynchburg-Clay (6-0-0) – Total Points: 22

Receiving votes: Cincinnati Madeira, Findlay Liberty-Benton, Grandview Heights, Kirtland, Creston Norwayne, Wheelersburg

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