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Ohio Top 25

St. Edward is the undisputed top team in Ohio after winning what we think is the toughest postseason tournament in the country: Ohio, Division I.

So here’s the question: In a state where so many top teams are in Division I – a dozen were ranked in the RivalsHigh national Top 100 at one point or another in the season – where would the highest non Division-I school break into the rankings?

Would you believe in the No. 2 spot?

Youngstown Ursuline was that good, rolling to the Division V title and the No. 33 overall spot in the country behind Mr. Ohio running back Akise Teague. The school was one spot ahead of surprise Division I finalist Wayne, which finished No. 37 nationally.

Those schools edged Glenville, Hilliard-Davidson and Pickerington Central – three schools that all suffered just one loss on the season and finished in the national 100.

The schools wound up just shy of the big board (No.7 Solon, No. 8 St. Xavier, No. 9 Colerain, No. 11 Whitmer and No. 16 Moeller) are a testament to how deep the team talent in the state truly is.

How deep? Deep enough for us to do a Top 25 in the state.

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TeamCityStateRecord
1St. EdwardLakewoodOH15-0
Won Division I title over Wayne
2UrsulineYoungstownOH15-0
Won Division V title over Coldwater
3WayneHuber HeightsOH11-4
Division I runner-up
4Glenville Academic CampusClevelandOH11-1
Eliminated in Division I second round
5Hilliard DavidsonHilliardOH13-1
Division I semifinalist
6CentralPickeringtonOH11-1
Division I quarterfinalist
7SolonSolonOH12-1
Division I quarterfinalist
8St. XavierCincinnatiOH7-5
Division I quarterfinalist
9ColerainCincinnatiOH11-1
Eliminated in Division I second round
10CentervilleCentervilleOH9-3
Eliminated in Division I second round
11WhitmerToledoOH12-2
Division I semifinalist
12Maple HeightsMaple HeightsOH15-0
Won Ohio Division II title over Trotwood-Madison
13SpringfieldSpringfieldOH9-3
Eliminated in Division I second round
14Trotwood-MadisonTrotwoodOH12-3
Division II runner-up
15St. JohnsDelphosOH15-0
Won Ohio Division VI title over Shadyside
16MoellerCincinnatiOH7-4
Eliminated in Division I first round
17La SalleCincinnatiOH9-2
Eliminated in Division I first round
18MiddletownMiddletownOH11-1
Eliminated in Division I first round
19Lake CatholicMentorOH12-2
Division II semifinalist
20Bishop HartleyColumbusOH13-2
Won Ohio Division IV title over Chagrin Falls
21Archbishop AlterKetteringOH11-3
Division IV semifinalist
22KentonKentonOH11-2
Division IV quarterfinalist
23MentorMentorOH7-4
Eliminated in Division I first round
24Winton WoodsCincinnatiOH10-2
Eliminated in Division II second round
25WattersonColumbusOH13-1
Won Ohio Division III title over Buchtel


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