West Top 10 Rankings: Week 16

West Region Top 10

St. John Bosco (California) has returned to the spot where it began the season in the High School Football America West Top 10. The Braves, who were our preseason #1 in the West Region and nationally, are back in the top spot after beating former #1 Mater Dei 42-28 in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 championship Saturday.

SJB is followed by Corona Centennial (California) at #2 and Mater Dei, which drops two spots, at #3. De La Salle, which will play Bosco in two weeks for the CIF Open Division title, climbs three spots to #6.

New to the poll this week is Camas, the Washington 4A champs, at #10.

High School Football America West Region Top 10 Rankings

#1 St. John Bosco (California) 12-2, LW: #2

#2 Corona Centennial (California) 11-2, LW: #3

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

#4 Saguaro (Arizona) 14-0, LW: #4

#5 Chandler (Arizona) 12-2, LW: #5

#6 De La Salle (California) 11-1, LW: #9

#7 Cathedral Catholic (California) 13-0, LW: #6

#8 Narbonne (California) 14-0: #7

#9 West Linn (Oregon) 14-0, LW: #8

#10 Camas (Washington) 14-0, LW: NR

Dropped-out #10 Rancho Cucamonga (California)

Editor’s Note: The High School Football America national, regional and state rankings are developed using our proprietary algorithm.

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