Regional Rankings – Mid-Atlantic Top 20 – Week 1

Mid-Atlantic Top 20

Trinity (Kentucky), off to one of the best starts in the nation, is the top team in the first 2017 High School Football America Mid-Atlantic Region Top 20.  The Shamrocks, who are No. 12 in the nation in our Top 100, have been two of Indiana’s best — Carmel and Warren Central.  Both opponents were ranked No. 17 in the nation at the start of the game.

Related: High School Football America Top 100

There are two big games in the region’s Top 20 this week — No. 6 Dutch Fork will battle No. 7 Fort Dorchester in South Carolina and No. 8 St. Frances Academy (Maryland) will tangle with No. 11 Bishop Sullivan (Virginia).

High School Football America Mid-Atlantic Region Top 20

No. 1 Trinity (Kentucky) 2-0

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

No. 3 DeMatha (Maryland) 0-1

No. 4 Brentwood Academy (Tennessee) 2-0

No. 5 St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC) 1-0

No. 6 Dutch Fork (South Carolina) 1-0

No. 7 Fort Dorchester (South Carolina) 1-0

No. 8 St. Frances Academy (Maryland) 0-0

No. 9 Wake Forest (North Carolina) 2-0

No. 10 Bishop Sullivan (Virginia) 0-1

No. 11 Good Counsel (Maryland) 0-0

No. 12 St. Xavier (Kentucky) 1-0

No. 13 Oakland (Tennessee) 2-0

No. 14 Wise (Maryland) 0-0

No. 15 Montgomery Bell Academy (Tennessee) 2-0

No. 16 Westfield (Virginia) 1-0

No. 17 McDonogh (Maryland) 0-0

No. 18 Charlotte Catholic (North Carolina) 2-0

No. 19 Gonzaga (Washington, DC) 1-0

No. 20 Archbishop Spalding (Maryland) 0-0

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

High School Football America Regional Top 20 Rankings – Week 1

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