2019 West Region Preseason Top 25 high school football rankings

West Region Top 25

With twelve teams in our Preseason 100 national rankings, it stands to reason that California dominates our West Regional Preseason Top 25 rankings. 22 teams from California make-up the ranking that is created with our proprietary algorithm.

Just like the national rankings, No. 1 Mater Dei and No. 2 St. John Bosco sit at the top of things.

Related: Preseason 100 national rankings

Saint Louis (Hawaii) is the highest ranked non-California team at No. 6. Mililani at No. 20 is the other team from Hawaii in the Top 25.

Defending Washington 3A champ Eastside Catholic checks in at No. 13.

West Region Preseason Top 25

No. 1 Mater Dei (Santa Ana, California)

No. 2 St. John Bosco (California)

No. 3 Corona Centennial (California)

No. 4 De La Salle (California)

No. 5 Folsom (California)

No. 6 Saint Louis (Hawaii)

No. 7 JSerra (California)

No. 8 Orange Lutheran (California)

No. 9 Narbonne (California)

No. 10 Oaks Christian (California)

No. 11 Cathedral Catholic (California)

No. 12 Mission Viejo (California)

No. 13 Eastside Catholic (Washington)

No. 14 Sierra Canyon (California)

No. 15 Grace Brethren (Simi Valley, California)

No. 16 Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks, California)

No. 17 Mililani (Hawaii)

No. 18 Calabasas (California)

No. 19 Alemany (California)

No. 20 Helix (California)

No. 21 Central (Fresno, California)

No. 22 Liberty (Brentwood, California)

No. 23 Corona del Mar (California)

No. 24 Norco (California)

No. 25 Bishop Amat (California)

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

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