Week 1 Power Rankings: MVL

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1) Tri-Valley (1-0, 0-0)

The Scotties remain the top dogs in the MVL after week one. The Scotties easily took care of business against Licking Valley 37-3, showcasing dominance on both sides of the ball.

2) Maysville (1-0, 1-0)

Maysville has a case for being number one in the MVL, especially with Chase Roberts in the mix. Roberts accumulated 205 total yards and three touchdowns in Maysville’s comfortable 41-15 victory over Crooksville.

3) Sheridan (0-1, 0-0)

Head coach Paul Culver and company kept Granville within its sights for most of Friday’s 24-21 loss. The Generals have potential to climb to rise to the top once players begin to return from injury.

4) Philo (1-0, 1-0)

Philo took care of business against MVL foe West Muskingum 34-7 in week one, giving a young Electrics team a boost of confidence moving forward.

5) New Lexington (0-1, 0-0)

New Lexington’s Dalton Chapman picked up 118 yards on 18 carries last Friday, but the Panthers failed to convert when it mattered most. New Lexington twice failed to hit pay dirt after advancing the ball into the red zone, turning the ball over on downs on both occasions, sending the Panthers to a 7-0 loss to Fairfield Union.

6) Crooksville (0-1, 0-1)

Crooksville’s run defense struggled mightily against Maysville, surrendering 205 total yards and three touchdowns to Chase Roberts Friday evening. Much like their counterparts in New Lexington, the Ceramics compiled several promising drives, but failed to finish in a losing effort.

7) John Glenn (0-1, 0-0)

First-year head coach Matt Edwards and his squad are rebuilding. There are a lot of question marks on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball after a lopsided 46-7 loss to Bloom-Carroll.

8) West Muskingum (0-1, 0-1)

West Muskingum has potential to move up as its finds its identity in 2015. After a 34-7 loss to Philo, West Muskingum needs to find consistency on offense.

9) Morgan (0-1, 0-0) | Last Week 9

Morgan needs to produce offense, plain and simple. Their recent shutout to Marietta 42-0 leaves them with a lot to work on in practice.