Regional Rankings – Southwest Top 20 – Week 1

Southwest Top 20

All of the teams in the first 2017 High School Football America Southwest Region Top 20 are also ranked in our Top 100 that is created with our proprietary algorithm.

Three-time High School Football America national champ Allen (Texas), which was No. 1 in 2012 (co-champs John Curtis, LA), 2013 and 2014, starts the year ranked No. 3 in the nation.  The Eagles will open with No. 8 Cedar Hill this week.

Related: High School Football America Top 100

Hurricane Harvey has wiped-out all of the games in-and-around the Houston-area, including the big game between No. 3 Katy (Texas) and No. 15 Westlake (Texas).

On Top 20 game that will be played — No. 5 Lake Travis (Texas) and Judson (Texas), which is just outside of the Top 20 at No. 21.

High School Football America Southwest Region Top 20

No. 1 Allen (Texas) 0-0

No. 2 DeSoto (Texas) 0-0

No. 3 Katy (Texas) 0-0

No. 4 Highland Park (Texas) 0-0

No. 5 Lake Travis (Texas) 0-0

No. 6 Denton Ryan (Texas) 0-0

No. 7 Union (Oklahoma) 1-0

No. 8 Cedar Hill (Texas) 0-0

No. 9 Aledo (Texas)

No. 10 The Woodlands (Texas) 0-0

No. 11 Cibolo Steele (Texas) 0-0

No. 12 Manvel (Texas) 0-0

No. 13 Lamar (Houston, Texas) 0-0

No. 14 Klein Collins (Texas) 0-0

No. 15 Westlake (Texas) 0-0

No. 16 Owasso (Oklahoma) 1-0

No. 17 Norman North (Oklahoma) 0-0

No. 18 North Shore (Texas) 0-0

No. 19 Denton Guyer (Texas) 0-0

No. 20 Pulaski Academy (Arkansas) 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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