Regional Rankings: Mid-Atlantic Top 20 – Final

Mid-Atlantic Top 20

Trinity (Kentucky), the No. 4 team in the High School Football America Top 100 national rankings, is the top team in the final Mid-Atlantic Region Top 20.  The Shamrocks captured their 25th overall Kentucky state championship earlier this month.

Maryland leads the way with five teams in the regional rankings created with our proprietary algorithm. South Carolina is next with four teams, followed by North Carolina and Tennessee with three teams.  Kentucky and Washington, D.C. have two teams each in the Top 20. Virginia has one team ranked in the region.

High School Football America Mid-Atlantic Region Top 20

No. 1 Trinity (Kentucky) 15-0

No. 2 South Pointe (South Carolina) 15-0

No. 3 St. Frances Academy (Maryland) 13-0

No. 4 Brentwood Academy (Tennessee) 12-0

No. 5 St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC) 10-2

No. 6 Dutch Fork (South Carolina) 13-1

No. 7 Wake Forest (North Carolina) 15-0

No. 8 Fort Dorchester (South Carolina) 13-1

No. 9 Maryville (Tennessee) 14-1

No. 10 Oakland (Tennessee) 13-1

No. 11 Mallard Creek (North Carolina) 14-1

No. 12 Gonzaga (Washington, D.C.) 8-4

No. 13 Good Counsel (Maryland) 8-3

No. 14 St. Xavier (Kentucky) 12-3

No. 15 DeMatha (Maryland) 6-5

No. 16 McDonogh (Maryland) 6-5

No. 17 Wise (Maryland) 14-0

No. 18 Charlotte Catholic (North Carolina) 16-0

No. 19 Westfield (Virginia) 15-0

No. 20 Dorman (South Carolina) 12-3

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

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