It took four weeks to gain the final one, but Pickerington Central earned all 11 first-place votes to become the unanimous No. 1 team in the Super 7 poll. To complete the Pickerington sweep, North gained all 11 second-place votes for the first time as well. Hilliard Davidson completed the Hilliard sweep by beating Bradley and that was enough to lift the Wildcats past Reynoldsburg and into the No. 4 spot. If this ranking holds true, Week 8 could be a doozy as the Pickerington schools play each other and No. 3 Dublin Coffman battles Davidson. Joining the poll is Westerville Central, which is tied with Hartley at No. 6.

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

1. Pickerington Central (3-0), 77 points, 11 first-place votes. Last game: Defeated Trotwood-Madison 42-19. Next game: Friday vs. Groveport. Last week: No. 1

2. Pickerington North (3-0), 66 points. Last game: Def. Olentangy Orange 42-7. Next game: Friday at Westerville Central. Last week: No. 2

3. Dublin Coffman (3-0), 47 points. Last game: Def. Dublin Jerome 45-14. Next game: Friday vs. Olentangy. Last week: No. 3

4. Hilliard Davidson (3-0), 41 points. Last game: Def. Hilliard Bradley 17-10. Next game: Friday at Olentangy Liberty. Last week: No. 6

5. Reynoldsburg (3-0), 36 points. Last game: Def. Marion-Franklin 36-6. Next game: Friday at Central Crossing. Last week: No. 5

6, tie. Hartley (2-1), 17 points. Last game: Def. Ready 49-19. Next game: Friday vs. Chillicothe. Last week: No. 7

6, tie. Westerville Central (3-0), 17 points. Last game: Def. Eastmoor Academy 55-24. Next game: Friday vs. Pickerington North. Last week: Not ranked

Also receiving votes: Hilliard Bradley 7, DeSales 2, Walnut Ridge 2

Dropped out: No. 4 Hilliard Bradley

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