All is fairly calm in the latest High School Football America 100

High School Football America 100

The High School Football America 100 had its calmest week during the 2018 season this past weekend. While No. 33 Cass Tech (Michigan) was shocked in the second round of the Michigan Division 1 playoffs, the rest of the HSFA 100 held pretty much to form.

However, with the postseason heating up in state’s like California, Florida and Georgia, look for lots of huge matchups in the coming weeks that could shake-up the national rankings that are created with our proprietary algorithm.

With Cass Tech falling out of the Top 100, Lufkin from Texas enters at No. 100.

High School Football America 100

Rank, Team, State Record Last Week
#1 St. John Bosco (California) (11-0) `1
#2 Allen (Texas) (9-0) 2
#3 St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC) (9-0) 3
#4 Mater Dei (California) (9-2)* 4
#5 IMG Academy (Florida) (7-1) 5
#6 Colquitt County (Georgia) (10-0) 6
#7 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) (8-0) 7
#8 De La Salle (California) (10-0) 8
#9 Corona Centennial (California) (11-0) 9
#10 Carol City (Florida) (8-2)*** 10
#11 Miami Central (Florida) (8-2) 11
#12 North Shore (Houston, TX) (9-0) 12
#13 Warren Central (Indiana) (11-0) 13
#14 Dutch Fork (South Carolina) (8-0) 14
#15 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio) (11-0) 15
#16 Mallard Creek (North Carolina) (9-0) 16
#17 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) (9-1) 17
#18 Central (Phenix City, Alabama) (10-0) 18
#19 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey) (8-1) 19
#20 Folsom (California) (9-1) 20
#21 Rome (Georgia) (10-0) 21
#22 Colerain (Ohio) (11-0) 22
#23 Grayson (Georgia) (8-2) 23
#24 Katy (Texas) (8-1) 24
#25 Oaks Christian (California) (11-0) 25
#26 Broken Arrow (Oklahoma) (10-0) 26
#27 Aledo (Texas) (9-0) 27
#28 University Lab (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) (10-0) 28
#29 Mentor (Ohio) (10-1) 29
#30 DeMatha (Maryland) (7-2) 30
#31 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) (8-1)**** 31
#32 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey) (7-2) 32
#33 Duncanville (Texas) (8-0) 34
#34 Westlake (Austin, TX) (8-1) 35
#35 DePaul Catholic (New Jersey) (7-3) 38
#36 Good Counsel (Maryland) (6-3) 36
#37 Gonzaga (Washington, DC) (7-3) 37
#38 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey) (6-3) 39
#39 Alcoa (Tennessee) (11-0) 40
#40 Maryville (Tennessee) (10-1) 41
#41 Oakland (Tennessee) (10-1) 42
#42 John Curtis (Louisiana) (10-0) 43
#43 Chandler (Arizona) (10-1) 44
#44 Lake Travis (Texas) (8-1) 45
#45 JSerra (California) (9-2) 48
#46 Judson (Texas) (8-0) 46
#47 Centennial (Arizona) (11-0) 47
#48 Saint Louis (Hawaii) (9-0) 49
#49 Mission Viejo (California) (6-5)** 50
#50 Southlake Carroll (Texas) (9-0) 51
#51 Lincoln-Way East (Illinois) (11-0) 53
#52 Cypress Ranch (Texas) (9-0) 60
#53 Walton (Georgia) (9-1) 54
#54 Edna Karr (Louisiana) (10-0) 65
#55 Blessed Trinity (Georgia) (10-0) 56
#56 Wake Forest (North Carolina) (9-0) 57
#57 Wekiva (Florda) (9-1) 58
#58 North Gwinnett (Georgia) (8-2) 59
#59 Euless Trinity (Texas) (7-1) 61
#60 Cedar Grove (Georgia) (9-1) 63
#61 Hoover (Alabama) (7-3) 62
#62 Bishop Gorman (Nevada) (7-3) 64
#63 Deerfield Beach (Florida) (9-1) 66
#64 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) (8-2) 67
#65 Thompson (Alabama) (8-1) 68
#66 North Little Rock (Arkansas) (10-0) 69
#67 St. Edward (Ohio) (7-3) 72
#68 Muskegon (Michigan) (11-0) 71
#69 Christian Brothers College HS (Missouri) (9-1) 75
#70 Saguaro (Arizona) (10-1) 74
#71 Longview (Texas) (9-0) 76
#72 Highland Park (Texas) (9-0) 77
#73 Columbus (Florida) (10-0)***** 78
#74 Parkview (Georgia) (10-0) 79
#75 Lausanne Collegiate (Tennessee) (10-0) 73
#76 Hough (North Carolina) (9-1) 55
#77 Armwood (Florida) (9-1) 80
#78 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) (9-1) 81
#79 Montgomery Bell Academy (Tennessee) (9-1) 82
#80 West Monroe (Louisiana) (10-0) 83
#81 Hillgrove (Georgia) (10-0) 84
#82  Bingham (Utah) (10-1) 85
#83 Roswell (Georgia) (9-1) 86
#84 Orange Lutheran (California) (5-6) 52
#85 McCallie (Tennessee) (9-1) 87
#86 St. Ignatius (Ohio) (8-3) 70
#87 Charlotte Christian (North Carolina) (10-0) 88
#88 Westfied (Virginia) (10-0) 89
#89 Valor Christian (Colorado) (10-0) 90
#90 Pinnacle (Arizona) (10-1) 91
#91 Warren Easton (Louisiana) (7-2) 92
#92 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida) (10-0) 93
#93 Milton (Georgia) (8-2) 94
#94 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida) (8-2) 95
#95 Archer (Georgia) (8-2) 96
#96 Mountain Brook (Alabama) (8-2) 97
#97 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama) (7-3) 98
#98 Plant (Florida) (9-1) 99
#99 Massillon Washington (Ohio) (11-0) 100
#100 Lufkin (Texas) (8-1) NR

Dropped-out: No. 33 Cass Tech (Michigan)

*Mater Dei (California) forfeited its opening game victory against Bishop Amat (California) for self-reporting using an ineligible player. However, because the player didn’t affect the on-field outcome, it is still calculated as a victory in our algorithm.

**Mission Viejo (California) forfeited its first four victories for self-reporting using an ineligible player. However, because the player didn’t affect the on-field outcomes, the four games are still calculated as victories in our algorithm.

***Carol City (Florida) forfeited its first two victories against nationally-ranked American Heritage (Plantation, FL) and Columbus (Florida) for using ineligible players, but it was determined those players didn’t affect the on-field outcomes. 

****American Heritage (Plantation, FL) awarded forfeit victory after loss against Carol City.

*****Columbus (Florida) awarded forfeit victory after loss against Carol City.

Previous 2018 High School Football America 100

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Week 3

Week 2

Week 1

Preseason 100

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Preseason Honorable Mention

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