Wauseon up to second in latest football ratings


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Noah Tester of Wauseon makes a catch and gets upfield for a positive gain in a game at Liberty Center in week 5. The Indians moved two spots up to second in the OHSAA computer ratings for Division IV, Region 14.

Noah Tester of Wauseon makes a catch and gets upfield for a positive gain in a game at Liberty Center in week 5. The Indians moved two spots up to second in the OHSAA computer ratings for Division IV, Region 14.


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Wauseon football is trending upwards in the third edition of the Ohio High School Athletic Association computer rankings which were released on Tuesday.

The Indians (5-1) jumped up two spots to second in the rankings for Division IV, Region 14. They defeated Swanton 41-14 this past Friday.

Archbold (5-1), who fell 39-36 to Liberty Center in week six, dropped from third to fourth in Division VI, Region 23.

Rankings

Region 14 – 1. Ottawa-Glandorf (5-1) 10.6333, 2. Wauseon (5-1) 10.55, 3. Galion (5-1) 10.4833, 4. LaGrange Keystone (5-1) 9.9667, 5. Clyde (5-1) 9.3333, 6. Bellville Clear Fork (4-2) 8.95, 7. Shelby (5-1) 8.5167, 8. Milan Edison (4-2) 8.3, 9. Canal Fulton Northwest (4-2) 8.1667, 10. Rocky River Lutheran West (5-1) 8.05, 11. Bellevue (4-2) 7.45, 12. Huron (5-1) 6.7.

Region 23 – 1. Coldwater (6-0) 13.6167, 2. Liberty Center (6-0) 13.2667, 3. Lima Central Cath. (5-1) 11.1833, 4. Archbold (5-1) 10.6333, 5. Anna (5-1) 10.5167, 6. Minster (5-1) 8.8167, 7. Harrod Allen East (5-1) 8.2167, 8. Sherwood Fairview (5-1) 7.7667, 9. Gibsonburg (6-0) 7.5833, 10. Spencerville (4-2) 7.3167, 11. Columbus Grove (3-3) 4.6667, 12. Defiance Tinora (4-2) 4.0833.

Noah Tester of Wauseon makes a catch and gets upfield for a positive gain in a game at Liberty Center in week 5. The Indians moved two spots up to second in the OHSAA computer ratings for Division IV, Region 14.
https://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2019/10/web1_Tester-v.-LC.jpgNoah Tester of Wauseon makes a catch and gets upfield for a positive gain in a game at Liberty Center in week 5. The Indians moved two spots up to second in the OHSAA computer ratings for Division IV, Region 14. File Photo

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