The top Division I and II teams in the final Associated Press Football Poll, which is voted on by sports writers and broadcasters, have been sent home after the first two weeks of the playoffs.
In Division I, three of the top five teams are gone - No. 1 St. Ignatius, No. 4 and 5 Cincinnati St. Xavier and Cincinnati Moeller.
In Division II, the top three are home - top seeded Louisville, No. 2 Cincinnati Turpin and third seed Logan. Only three of the top eight teams remain.
The No. 1 teams in the other four divisions are still alive - Youngstown Cardinal Mooney in Division III, Kettering Archbishop Alter in Division IV, Hamler Patrick Henry in Division V and Delphos St. John in Division VI.
In the lower four divisions, only Division IV has few of its top ranked teams remaining, with just two of the top five and four of the top 10 left.
In Division III, Division V and VI, only two teams in the top five in eeach of the division has been knocked out - No. 4 Richwood North Union in Division V and No. 5 McDonald in Division VI.