Top 25 Scoreboard for Labor Day Weekend Games

High School Football America

by Jeff Fisher

Friday night the #1 and #3 teams in our Top 25 proved they are worthy of the lofty ranking, while preseason #2 Hoover has gone from a 30 game win streak to a two game losing streak.

Allen won the battle of two-time defending champs with a 55-41 win over Denton Guyer in the Tom Landry Classic. The top-ranked Eagles were led by QB Kyler Murray, who threw for three scores and ran for three as the Eagles’ began their quest for a third straight Texas state title. 

In Florida, St. Thomas Aquinas stormed-out to a 38-0 lead and a running clock by late in the third quarter in a 38-7 win over #11 American Heritage that was coming off an impressive win over defending 7A champ Dwyer on Sunday before a national television audience.

Hoover (Alabama) traveled to Georgia to face its former head coach, Rush Probst, who is now the head coach at Colquitt County.  The Bucs dropped to 0-2 with a 35-14 loss.

Out west, #8 Bishop Gorman (Nevada) looked very impressive in a 48-27 win over #22 Servite (California). The Gaels were locked in a tight battle in the first half when sophomore Tate Martell came-off the bench to throw three touchdown passes.

Saturday saw Florida powers #7 Booker T. Washington and #14 Miami Central take road victories of Georgia schools.

The weekend closed-out in Chicago with #10 St. Joseph’s Prep from Philadelphia edging Chicago-power Mount Carmel 28-27

We’ll release our first in-season Top 25 later today.

Top 25 Scoreboard

1. Allen (Texas) beats Denton Guyer (Texas) 55-41

2. Hoover (Alabama) loses to Colquitt County (Georgia) 35-14

3. St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) beat #11 American Heritage (Florida) 38-7

4. De La Salle (California) beats Jesuit (California) 63-0

5. DeSoto (Texas) beats Arlington Martin (Texas) 55-30

6. St. John Bosco (California) – Idle

7. Booker T. Washington (Florida) beats Tucker (Georgia) 19-7

8. Bishop Gorman (Nevada) beats #22 Servite (California) 48-27

9. Cedar Hill (Texas) beats South Oak Cliff (Texas) 56-34

10. St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) beat Mount Carmel (Chicago, IL) 28-27

11. American Heritage (Florida) lost to #3 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) 38-7

12. Archbishop Moeller (Ohio) beat Pickerington North (Ohio) 21-6

13. Katy (Texas) beats Kingwood (Texas) 31-0

14. Miami Central (Florida) beats Stephenson (Georgia) 21-10

15. Jenks (Oklahoma) – Idle

16. Bellevue (Washington) – Idle

17. Folsom (California) beats Cathedral Catholic (California) 55-10

18. Centreville (Virginia) – Idle

19. St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey) – Idle

20. Southlake Carroll (Texas) beat Westlake (Texas) 17-14

21. South Panola (Mississippi) beat West Point (Mississippi) 14-10

22. Servite (California) loses to Bishop Gorman (Nevada) 48-27

23. Trinity Christian (Florida) – Idle

24. McEachern (Georgia) – Idle

25. Acadiana (Louisiana) – Idle

 

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About the Author

Jeff Fisher

Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America.

Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet.

Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.