High School Football America Ohio Top 25 – Week 1

Ohio Top 25

Defending Division I champ St. Xavier opens the season ranked No. 1 in the High School Football America Ohio Top 25 that is created with our proprietary algorithm.  The Bombers will test that ranking this week against No. 8 Colerain, which is coming-off a close 7-3 loss to No. 4 La Salle.

No. 2 St. Ignatius, which opened with a win over two-time defending Division III champ Archbishop Hoban, plays No. 6 Mentor this week.

No. 7 Archbishop Moeller will be on the road to face Trinity in Louisville.  After back-to-back win over Indiana-powers, Trinity is ranked No. 12 in the High School Football America Top 100.  The top five teams in the Ohio Top 25 are ranked nationally.

Related: High School Football America Top 100

Wayne started the year in the Top 100, but dropped-out after its 41-0 loss to nationally-ranked Pine-Richland on national television in Pennsylvania Sunday.  The Warriors will try to get on-track when it faces No. 13 Olentangy Liberty this week.

High School Football America Ohio Top 25

No. 1 St. Xavier (1-0)

No. 2 St. Ignatius (1-0)

No. 3 St. Edward (1-0)

No. 4 La Salle (1-0)

No. 5 Pickerington Central (1-0)

No. 6 Mentor (1-0)

No. 7 Archbishop Hoban (0-1)

No. 8 Colerain (0-1)

No. 9 Wayne (Huber Heights) (0-1)

No. 10 Archbishop Moeller (1-0)

No. 11 Toledo Central Catholic (1-0)

No. 12 St. Francis de Sales (1-0)

No. 13 Olentangy Liberty (1-0)

No. 14 Elder (1-0)

No. 15 Solon (1-0)

No. 16 St. Vincent-St. Mary (1-0)

No. 17 Dublin Coffman (1-0)

No. 18 Massillon Perry (1-0)

No. 19 Centerville (1-0)

No. 20 Trotwood-Madison (1-0)

No. 21 Hilliard Bradley (1-0)

No. 22 Springfield (1-0)

No. 23 Hudson (1-0)

No. 24 Sycamore (1-0)

No. 25 Steubenville (1-0)

Editor’s Note: The High School Football America national, regional and state rankings are developed using our proprietary algorithm.

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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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