De La Salle finishes #1 in California 25

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by Jeff Fisher

De La Salle is the #1 team in the California 25 that is produced by High School Football America’s proprietary algorithm.  The Spartans swapped positions with last week’s #1 Corona Centennial after beating the Huskies 28-21 on Saturday night in the CIF Open Division championship game.

Final High School Football America California 25

#1 De La Salle (13-1), LW: #2

#2 Corona Centennial (14-1), LW: #1

#3 St. John Bosco (13-1) LW: #3

#4 Mission Viejo (16-0) LW: #4

#5 Mater Dei (10-3) LW: #5

#6 Folsom (14-1) LW: #6

#7 Del Oro (10-6) LW: #18

#8 Bellarmine (13-2) LW: #7

#9 Serra (Gardena) 9-3 LW: #8

#10 Bishop Amat (10-2) LW: #9

#11 Narbonne (14-2) LW: #15

#12 Clayton Valley (13-2) LW: #10

#13 Helix (11-2) LW: #11

#14 Vista Murrieta (12-2) LW: #12

#15 Oaks Christian (11-1) LW: #13

#16 Long Beach Poly (4-6) LW: #14

*record includes four forfeit losses

#17 Camarillo (15-1) LW: #11

#18 Citrus Hill (14-2) LW: NR

#19 La Mirada (13-3) LW: NR

#20 Modesto Central Catholic (16-0), LW: #21

#21 St. Francis (Mountain View) (12-3) LW: #18

#22 La Habra (13-2), LW: #19

#23 Rancho Cucamonga (11-2) LW: #20

#24 St. Augustine (10-3) LW: #22

#25 Elk Grove (13-1) LW: #23

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About the Author

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.