Week 1 SEOAL, MSL, SVC Power Rankings

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Southeastern Ohio Athletic League

  1. Logan Chieftains (1-0, 0-0)

Lane Little and Bryce McBride were just a few of the key contributors in Logan’s monster 61-point performance against Athens. Eclipsing 61 points is an impressive feat, but allowing 49 points does raise some questions going into week two.


  1. Jackson Ironmen (1-0, 0-0)

On paper, Jackson put on an impressive show against rival Wellston, but some week one jitters were evident in the form of mental miscues and a handful of bobbled snaps. Even with minor mistakes, Jackson’s defense remains one of the best in the SEOAL.


  1. Gallia Academy Blue Devils (0-1, 0-0)

The good news: Gallia Academy held a good Meigs offense under 30 and showed the ability to put up points in a hurry with its late-game push. The bad news: it took until late in the game to produce any kind of offense, making it too little, too late by the time the unit began to click.


  1. Warren Warriors (0-1, 0-0)

Losing 49-0 is a tough way to start a season. Facing a red-hot Marietta team, Athens, and Parkersburg South in the upcoming weeks won’t help matters either.

Mid-State League

  1. Bloom-Carroll Bulldogs (1-0, 0-0)

The Bulldog defense got off to a quick start in week one, only allowing seven points and forcing several turnovers. Combine that with a dominate running back in Dylan Jude and an accurate quarterback in Justin Harvey, who only missed three pass attempts last week, and the Bulldogs are sitting pretty.


  1. Amanda-Clearcreek Aces (1-0, 0-0)

The young, but talented team racked up 48 points and over 500 total offensive yards. Much of that productivity came from Jordan Leasure, who recorded 5 total touchdowns and just shy of 200 yards.


  1. Fairfield Union Falcons (1-0, 0-0)

The Fairfield Union defense appeared to be in mid-season form last week in its shutout victory over New Lexington. However, seven points won’t win many MSL contests.

Scioto Valley Conference

  1. Zane Trace (1-0, 0-0)

The Pioneers beat Logan Elm for the first time in school history, the first of many possible accomplishments this season. During its win, Joel Dunkle emerged as the player who can take Zane Trace far this season.


  1. Unioto (1-0, 0-0)

Quarterback Erique Hosley is all-purpose player who recorded three 50+ yard touchdowns, including a 53 yard punt return. The Sherman Tanks are no strangers to success and are on the path to making more noise in the SVC this season.