Two new teams break into Top 50

The Other 25

Monday means we release The Other 25 — teams #26 through #50.  Two new teams enter the poll this week.

Related: High School Football America National Top 25

Flying into the poll at #34 is Southern California’s Mission Viejo.  The Diablos are 9-0 after an impressive 48-20 win over former unbeaten San Juan Hills on Friday.

Texas now has seven teams in our Top 50 with Klein Collins breaking in at #47.

High School Football America National Rankings

#26 Mainland (Florida) 8-1 LW: #26

#27 Chandler (Arizona) 8-1 LW: #27

#28 Webb City (Missouri) 10-0 LW:#28

#29 Cibolo Steele (Texas) 9-0 LW: #29

#30 Wayne (Ohio) 9-0 LW: #31

#31 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey) 5-3 LW: #30

#32 Eastside Catholic (Washington) 7-0 LW: #32

#33 Grayson (Georgia) 9-0 LW: #34

#34 Mission Viejo (California) 9-0 LW: NR

#35 Serra (Gardena, California) 7-1 LW: #33

#36 Loyola Academy (Illinois) 9-0 LW: #44

#37 Spartanburg (South Carolina) 8-1 LW: #36

#38 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey) 4-3 LW: #37

#39 Byrnes (South Carolina) 8-1 LW: #38

#40 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana) 7-1 LW: #39

#41 McEachern (Georgia) 7-1 LW: #42

#42 Christian Brothers College (Missouri) 10-0 LW: #45

#43 West Monroe (Louisiana) 8-0 LW: #46

#44 Hamilton (Arizona) 9-0 LW: #47

#45 Trinity (Kentucky) 9-1 LW: #48

#46 Ocean Lakes (Virginia) 8-0 LW: #40

#47 Klein Collins (Texas) 8-0 LW: NR

#48 Carmel (Indiana) 8-2 LW: #49

#49 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) 5-2 LW: #50

#50 Westlake (Texas) 7-1 LW: #35

Dropping out: #41 Flanagan, #43 Jenks (Oklahoma)

Jeff Fisher’s Editor’s Note: High School Football America’s national, regional, state and local rankings are calculated using our proprietary algorithm.

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