High School Football America Sacramento Top 20

Sacramento Top 20

Folsom, ranked No. 9 in the latest High School Football America California Top 25, leads the way in the first-ever Sacramento Top 25 that is created with our proprietary algorithm. Joining the Bulldogs in the statewide rankings is Oak Ridge, which is ranked No. 2 in our area rankings.

Related: California Top 25

There are several big games within the Top 25 this week with No. 3 Del Oro squaring-off with No. 4 Granite Bay.  Other games within the Top 20 are No. 19 Nevada Union at No. 6 Rocklin,  No. 7 Grant travels to No. 16 Franklin, No. 9 Monterey Trail plays at No. 14 Sheldon and  No. 20 Pleasant Grove is at No. 12 Jesuit,

High School Football America Sacramento Top 20

No. 1 Folsom 4-0

No. 2 Oak Ridge 4-0

No. 3 Del Oro 3-1

No. 4 Granite Bay 4-0

No. 5 Sacramento 2-1

No. 6 Rocklin 3-1

No. 7 Grant 2-1

No. 8 Inderkum 4-0

No. 9 Monterey Trail 2-1

No. 10 Antelope 3-0

No. 11 Jesuit 1-2

No. 12 Elk Grove 1-2

No. 13 Placer 3-1

No. 14 Sheldon 2-1

No. 15 Del Campo 3-0

No. 16 Franklin 3-0

No. 17 Capital Christian 3-1

No. 18 Lincoln 3-1

No. 19 Nevada Union 2-2

No. 20 Pleasant Grove 2-1

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
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