Deja vu all over again in National Top 25

Top 25

With no team in Top 25 losing this past weekend, this week’s High School Football America National Top 25 features all of the same teams from last week’s rankings.

There was only one minor change as two Tiger teams flip-flopped positions.  The South Panola (Mississippi) Tigers move from #11 to #10, while the Katy (Texas) Tigers move down one spot to #11.  The switch was the direct result of South Panola having a stronger strength of schedule in our algorithm.

Related: High School Football America Top 25 Scoreboard – October 22nd-24th

On Monday, we’ll release our The Other 25 — teams #26 through #50.

Related: The Other 25

High School Football America Top 25

#1 Allen Eagles (Texas)

Record: (8-0)

Previous Rank: #1

Rewind: beat Flower Mound (Texas) 42-0

Fast Forward: vs. Plano West (Texas), Thursday

#2 Bishop Gorman Gaels (Nevada)

Record: (9-0)

Previous Rank: #2

Rewind: beat Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey) 30-16

Fast Forward: vs. Palo Verde (Nevada), Thursday

#3 St. John Bosco Braves (California)

Record: (8-0)

Previous Rank: #3

Rewind: beat JSerra (California) 60-7

Fast Forward: at Orange Lutheran (California), Thursday

#4 Corona Centennial Huskies (California)

Record: (8-0)

Previous Rank: #4

Rewind: beat Corona Santiago (California) 79-31

Fast Forward: vs. Corona (California), Thursday

#5 Euless Trinity Trojans (Texas)

Record: (9-0)

Previous Rank: #5

Rewind: beat Coppell (Texas) 49-14

Fast Forward: vs. Richland (Texas), Friday

#6 Colquitt County Packers (Georgia)

Record: (8-0)

Previous Rank: #6

Rewind: Idle

Fast Forward: vs. Tift County (Georgia), Friday

#7 IMG Academy Ascenders (Florida)

Record: (7-0)

Previous Rank: #7

Rewind: beat Paramus Catholic (New Jersey) 28-20

Fast Forward: vs. Eastern Christian Academy (Maryland), Friday

#8 St. Edward Eagles (Ohio)

Record: (8-1)

Previous Rank: #8

Rewind: beat Archbishop Moeller (Ohio) 49-17

Fast Forward: vs. St. Ignatius (Ohio), Saturday

#9 De La Salle Spartans (California)

Record: (7-1)

Previous Rank: #9

Rewind: beat Del Oro (California) 41-3

Fast Forward: vs. James Logan (California), Friday

#10 South Panola Tigers (Mississippi)

Record: (9-0)

Previous Rank: #11

Rewind: beat Southaven (Mississippi) 41-3

Fast Forward: vs. Columbus (Mississippi), Friday

#11 Katy Tigers (Texas)

Record: (8-0)

Previous Rank: #10

Rewind: beat Strake Jesuit (Texas) 56-0

Fast Forward: at Tompkins (Texas), Thursday

#12 Cedar Hill Longhorns (Texas)

Record: (8-0)

Previous Rank: #12

Rewind: beat DeSoto (Texas) 26-2

Fast Forward: vs. Mansfield (Texas), Thursday

#13 Male Bulldogs (Kentucky)

Record: (9-0)

Previous Rank: #13

Rewind: beat Dupont Manual (Kentucky) 43-7

Fast Forward: vs. Western (Kentucky), Friday

#14 American Heritage Patriots (Plantation, Florida)

Record: (7-1)

Previous Rank: #14

Rewind: beat Jackson (Florida) 21-14

Fast Forward: vs. Hallandale (Florida), Friday

#15 Center Grove Trojans (Indiana)

Record: (10-0)

Previous Rank: #15

Rewind: beat Columbus North (Indiana) 34-7

Fast Forward: Playoffs vs. Jeffersonville (Indiana), Friday

#16 Colerain Cardinals (Ohio)

Record: (8-1)

Previous Rank: #16

Rewind: beat Hamilton (Ohio) 42-8

Fast Forward: at Oak Hills (Ohio), Friday

#17 La Salle Lancers (Ohio)

Record: (8-1)

Previous Rank: #17

Rewind: beat Winton Woods (Ohio) 42-20

Fast Forward: vs. Elder (Ohio), Friday

#18 Gilman Greyhounds (Maryland)

Record: (8-1)

Previous Rank: #18

Rewind: beat Friendship Collegiate Academy (Washington, DC) 41-0

Fast Forward: vs. Calvert Hall (Maryland), Friday

#19 Clay-Chalkville Cougars (Alabama)

Record: (9-0)

Previous Rank: #19

Rewind: beat Gardendale (Alabama) 52-27

Fast Forward: vs. Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama), Friday

#20 Mater Dei Monarchs (California)

Record: (7-1)

Previous Rank: #20

Rewind: beat Servite (California) 42-10

Fast Forward: at JSerra (California), Friday

#21 Gonzaga Eagles (Washington, DC)

Record: (8-0)

Previous Rank: #21

Rewind: beat Good Counsel 32-13

Fast Forward: vs. Archbishop Carroll (Washington, DC), Saturday

#22 DeMatha Stags (Maryland)

Record: (7-1)

Previous: #22

Rewind: beat Archbishop Carroll (Washington, DC) 34-14

Fast Forward: vs. Bishop O’Connell (Virginia), Friday

#23 Bergen Catholic Crusaders (New Jersey)

Record: (5-2)

Previous Rank: #23

Rewind: beat St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey) 16-13 OT

Fast Forward: at Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey), Saturday

#24 St. Thomas Aquinas Raiders (Florida)

Record: (6-1)

Previous Rank: #24

Rewind: Idle

Fast Forward: vs. Blanche Ely (Florida), Friday

#25 Maryville Rebels (Tennessee)

Record: (9-0)

Previous Rank: #25

Rewind: beat Bradley Central (Tennessee) 42-0

Fast Forward: vs. Hardin Valley Academy (Tennessee), Friday

Jeff Fisher’s Editor’s Note: For the third straight year, High School Football America is using its propriety algorithm for its in-season Top 25 national rankings.

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Jeff Fisher
Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America. Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet. Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.

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