Bergen Catholic, Don Bosco Prep & St. Joe’s in latest Northeast Region Rankings

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St. Joseph Regional‘s 20-7 win over DePaul in Big North United Division play solidified the Green Knights’ position atop the High School Football America Northeast Region Top 10.  St. Joe’s is also ranked #15 in our national poll.

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Even with its 59-47 shootout loss to nationally-ranked IMG Academy, Bergen Catholic holds at #3.  This week, the Crusaders travel to Ohio for a Saturday match-up against nationally and regionally ranked St. Edward.  BC is #24 in this week’s national rankings.

Related: IMG wins 59-47 shootout with Bergen Catholic

#7 Don Bosco Prep will host nationally-ranked Archbishop Rummel from Louisiana this weekend.

The top eight teams in the northeast are ranked in our National Top 50.

High School Football America Northeast Rankings

#1 La Salle (Ohio) 4-0, LW: #1

#2 St. Joseph Regional (New Jersey) 3-0, LW: #2

#3 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey) 2-1, LW: #3

#4 St. Edward (Ohio) 3-1, LW: #5

#5 Colerain (Ohio) 3-1, LW: #6

#6 Wayne (Ohio) 4-0, LW: #7

#7 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey) 2-1, LW: #8

#8 Parkland (Pennsylvania) 3-0, LW: #9

#9 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) 2-1, LW: NR

#10 Pittsburgh Central Catholic (Pennsylvania) 2-1, LW: #3

Note: High School Football America’s Regional Rankings are created with our proprietary algorithm.

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