2019 Trinity League Schedules

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With four teams from Southern California’s Trinity League finishing 2018 in the High School Football America Top 100, the six team league was the toughest conference in the nation for the fourth straight year based upon our proprietary algorithm that creates our national rankings.

Related: Final 2018 Top 100 national rankings

Mater Dei enters 2019 as our two-time defending “mythical” national champs and once again, the Monarchs are expected to challenge for the national title with plenty of talent returning.

St. John Bosco was the 2018 league champ, which popped the Braves to the No. 1 spot in the nation, but then in the CIF-Southern Section Division I finals, Mater Dei reversed SJB’s regular season win by beating them on the road to winning the CIF Open Division state title and the High School Football America national championship.

Both Mater Dei and Bosco will be playing high-profile out-of-state national schedules in 2019 that will put them in the mix for the top of the HSFA Preseason Top 100 that will be released early this summer. Actually, all six Trinity League teams will be playing high-quality schedules.

Below are the official schedules for the 2019 high school football season.

2019 Trinity League High School Football Schedules

JSerra Lions

August 23 – @East (Utah)

August 31 – vs. St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey) at Cathedral Catholic HS (San Diego, California)

September 6 – Bishop Amat

September 14 – Milton (Georgia) at St. John Bosco HS (California)

September 20 – Calabasas

October 4 – Santa Margarita*

October 11 – St. John Bosco*

October 18 – @Servite +

October 25 – @Orange Lutheran++

November 1 – @Mater Dei

Mater Dei Monarchs

August 23 – Corona Centennial++++

August 30 – Villa Park++++

September 6 – @Centennial (Arizona)

September 14 – St. Frances Academy (Maryland) at St. John Bosco HS

September 27 – @St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC)

October 4 – Orange Lutheran++

October 11 – Servite++++

October 18 – @Santa Margarita+++

October 25 – @St. John Bosco

November 1 – JSerra++++

Orange Lutheran Lancers

August 30 – San Juan Hills++

September 6 – @Edison+++++

September 13 – vs. Narbonne++

September 20 – @Vista Murrieta

October 4 – @Mater Dei*++++

October 11 – @Santa Margarita*+++

October 18 – vs. St. John Bosco*++

October 25 – vs. JSerra*++

November 1 – vs. Servite*++

St. John Bosco Braves

Week 1 – DeMatha (Maryland)

Week 2 – Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey)

Week 3 – @Liberty (Nevada)

Week 4 – Good Counsel (Maryland)

Week 5 – Mililani (Hawaii)

Week 6 – @Servite*+

Week 7 – @JSerra*

Week 8 – @Orange Lutheran*++

Week 9 – Mater Dei*

Week 10 – Santa Margarita*

Santa Margarita Eagles

August 23 – @Redlands East Valley

August 30 – Mission Viejo+++

September 6 – @Cherry Creek (Colorado)

September 12 – Mayfair+++

September 20 – Stellar Prep+++

October 4 – @JSerra*

October 10 – Orange Lutheran*++

October 18 – Mater Dei*+++

October 25 – @Servite*+

November 1 – St. John Boso*

Servite Friars

August 30 – @JW North

September 7 – @Bishop Gorman (Nevada)

September 13 – @Cajon

September 20 – Villa Park+

September 27 – @Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks, California)

October 4 – St. John Bosco*+

October 11 – @Mater Dei++++

October 18 – JSerra*+

October 25 – Santa Margarita*+++

November 1 – @Orange Lutheran*++

*Trinity League games

+at Cerritos College

++at Orange Coast College

+++Trabuco HS

++++Santa Ana Stadium

+++++Sheue Field at Huntington Beach HS

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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.