High School Football America Top 25 Scoreboard – October 30-November 1, 2014

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1. Allen Eagles (Texas) defeated Plano (Texas) 70-41

2. De La Salle Spartans (California) defeated Amador Valley (California) 56-0

3. Booker T. Washington Tornadoes (Florida) defeated Edison (Florida) 38-0

4. Paramus Catholic Paladins (New Jersey) defeated DePaul (New Jersey) 41-20

5. Bishop Gorman Gaels (Nevada) defeated Palo Verde (Nevada) 49-0

6. St. John Bosco Braves (California) defeated Servite (California) 49-26

7. Folsom Bulldogs (California) defeated Oak Ridge (California) 42-7

8. Miami Central Rockets (Florida) defeated Jackson (Florida) 45-0

9. Colquitt County Packers (Georgia) defeated Tift County (Georgia) 62-21

10. Bellevue Wolverines (Washington) defeated Lake Washington (Washington) 49-0

11. Bergen Catholic Crusaders (New Jersey) – Idle

12. St. Thomas Aquinas Raiders (Florida) defeated Plantation (Florida) 51-0

13. Southlake Carroll Dragons (Texas) defeated Haltom (Texas) 62-0

14. Buford Wolves (Georgia) defeated Madison County (Georgia) 44-0

15. South Panola Tigers (Mississippi) defeated Grenada (Mississippi) 38-24

16. Euless Trinity Trojans (Texas) defeated Richland (Texas) 55-17

17. Carmel Greyhounds (Indiana) defeated Fishers (Indiana) 14-7

18. Starkville Yellowjackets (Mississippi) defeated Warren Central (Mississippi) 27-17

19. Good Counsel Falcons (Maryland) defeated Bishop O’Connell (Virginia) 16-14

20. Skyline Raiders (Texas) defeated Turner (Texas) 56-21

21. Maryville Rebels (Tennessee) defeated Farragut (Tennessee) 49-14

22. Cedar Hill Longhorns (Texas) lost to Mansfield (Texas) 49-34

23. Mainland Buccaneers (Florida) defeated Seabreeze (Florida) 26-9

24. DeSoto Eagles (Texas) defeated Midlothian (Texas) 41-7

25. Brentwood Academy Eagles (Tennessee) lost to Ensworth (Tennessee) 31-17

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