The Super 7 poll has its first significant change of the season as No. 1 Pickerington Central and No. 2 Pickerington North both lost, paving the way for Dublin Coffman to move up to the top spot from No. 3. The Shamrocks received six first-place votes. Hilliard Bradley is a close second, getting four first-place votes. Also earning a first-place was No. 6 DeSales. Rejoining the poll is Hartley at No. 7 as Olentangy suffered its first loss and dropped out. It also should be noted that Thomas Worthington has received votes. The Cardinals entered the season on a 17-game losing streak but are 3-0 this season.

Below is the poll as selected by writers. A unanimous selection is 77 points:

1. Dublin Coffman (3-0), 69 points, six first-place votes: Last game: Defeated Brantford (Ontario) St. John’s College 49-0. Next game: Friday at Olentangy. Last week: No. 3

2. Hilliard Bradley (3-0), 67 points, four first-place votes. Last game: Def. Hilliard Davidson 28-10. Next game: Friday at Hilliard Darby. Last week: No. 4

3. Pickerington Central (2-1), 50 points: Last game: Lost to Trotwood-Madison 28-19. Next game: Friday at Groveport. Last week: No. 1

4. Olentangy Orange (3-0), 42 points. Last game: Def. Dublin Jerome 31-7. Next game: Friday at Big Walnut. Last week: No. 6

5. Pickerington North (2-1), 36 points. Last game: Lost to Centerville 27-26. Next game: Friday vs. Westerville South. Last week: No. 2

6. DeSales (3-0), 33 points, one first-place vote. Last game: Def. Youngstown Mooney 28-7. Next game: Friday vs. Indianapolis Chatard. Last week: No. 5

7. Hartley (2-1), 7 points. Last game: Def. East Cleveland Shaw 56-0. Next game: Friday at Chillicothe. Last week: Not ranked

Also receiving votes: Thomas Worthington 4, Gahanna 2

Dropped out: No. 7 Olentangy