The Other 25 – Week 2

The Other 25

With Male (Kentucky) and American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) graduating into our National Top 25, there is shifting in The Other 25 this week.  For those or you new to our rankings, High School Football America’s national rankings are based on a proprietary algorithm.

Related: High School Football America National Top 25

Related: The Other 25 – Week 1

As you can see below, Colerain, which lost by a field goal to #10 La Salle, holds on to its #26 ranking from a week ago.  In all, there are four Ohio teams in our Top 50 — La Salle at #10, St. Edward at #24, Colerain at #26 and Wayne at #34.

Texas has the most number of schools in our Top 25 with seven, followed by California and Florida with six each.

High School Football America National Rankings

#26 Colerain (Ohio) 2-1

#27 Flanagan (Florida) 2-0

#28 Eastside Catholic (Washington) 2-0

#29 Byrnes (South Carolina) 3-0

#30 Mallard Creek (North Carolina) 3-1

#31 Bishop Amat (California) 2-1

#32 Miami Central (Florida) 2-1

#33 Chandler (Arizona) 3-1

#34 Wayne (Ohio) 3-0

#35 Webb City (Missouri) 4-0

#36 Cibilo Steele (Texas) 3-0

#37 Long Beach Poly (California) 2-0

#38 Gilman (Maryland) 2-1

#39 Maryville (Tennessee) 4-0

#40 Grayson (Georgia) 3-0

#41 Ocean Lakes (Virginia) 3-0

#42 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey) 1-1

#43 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana) 2-0

#44 Westlake (Texas) 3-0

#45 Skyline (Texas) 2-1

#46 McEachern (Georgia) 2-1

#47 Parkland (Pennsylvania) 2-0

#48 Jenks (Oklahoma) 2-0

#49 Good Counsel (Maryland) 2-1

#50 Loyola Academy (Illinois) 3-0

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Jeff Fisher
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