St. John Bosco top team in High School Football America California Top 25

California Top 25

St. John Bosco adds another #1 ranking to its 2016 resume as it ends the season as the top team in the High School Football America California Top 25. The Braves, who on Friday were crowned the top team in our Southern California Top 25, are followed by #2 Corona Centennial, #3 Mater Dei, #4 Cathedral Catholic and #5 De La Salle.

San Clemente, which beat Del Oro for the CIF Division 1-A state title, moves-up two spots to finish #9.
Division 2-AA Madison is the week’s biggest mover with a three place jump to finish 2016 ranked #11.

High School Football America California Top 25

#1 St. John Bosco (13-2), LW: #1

#2 Corona Centennial (11-2), LW: #2

#3 Mater Dei (13-1), LW: #3

#4 Cathedral Catholic (15-0), LW: #5

#5 De La Salle (11-2), LW: #4

#6 St. Mary’s (Stockton) (14-2), LW: #6

#7 Rancho Cucamonga (12-1), LW: #8

#8 Mission Viejo (11-1), LW: #9

#9 San Clemente (13-3), LW: #11

#10 Narbonne (14-1), LW: #7

#11 Madison (13-2), LW: #14

#12 Valley Christian (San Jose) (13-2), LW: #12

#13 Del Oro (13-3), LW: #13

#14 Freedom (11-2), LW: #11

#15 Edison (Huntington Beach) (13-2), LW: #15

#16 La Mirada (11-3), LW: #16

#17 Folsom (12-2), LW: #17

#18 Calabasas (14-1), LW: #18

#19 Helix (10-3), LW: #19

#20 Chaminade (8-4), LW: #20

#21 Bakersfield (11-3), LW: #21

#22 Central (Fresno) (11-2), LW: #22

#23 Pittsburg (9-2), LW: #23

#24 Murrieta Valley (11-3), LW: #24

#25 Elk Grove (11-2), LW: #25

Editor’s Note: The High School Football America California Top 25 is developed using our proprietary algorithm.

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