De La Salle tops final High School Football America Bay Area Top 25

Bay Area Top 25
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De La Salle finishes No. 1 in the final High School Football America Bay Area Top 25 that is created with our proprietary algorithm.  The Spartans, who are also ranked No. 17 in our national Top 100, suffered only two losses and both were against nationally-ranked teams — No. 10 Bishop Gorman (Nevada) and national champion Mater Dei last Saturday in the Open Division championship game.

The Bay Area Top 25 includes four state champs — No. 3 Serra (San Mateo), No. 4 St. Francis (Mountain View), No. 10 Milipitas and No. 13 McClymonds.

High School Football America Bay Area Top 25

No. 1 De La Salle 11-2

No. 2 Pittsburg 9-3

No. 3 Serra (San Mateo) 13-2

No. 4 St. Francis (Mountain View) 11-4

No. 5 Liberty 11-2

No. 6 San Ramon Valley 9-2

No. 7 Clayton Valley 8-3

No. 8 Freedom 9-3

No. 9 Valley Christian 9-3

No. 10 Milpitas 14-1

No. 11 Marin Catholic 12-1

No. 12 Cardinal Newman 10-3

No. 13 McClymonds 14-0

No. 14 Rancho Cotate 10-2

No. 15 Bishop O’Dowd 9-3

No. 16 Antioch 8-4

No. 17 Campolindo 10-5

No. 18 California 7-4

No. 19 Amador Valley 7-5

No. 20 Half Moon Bay 14-1

No. 21 Foothill 8-4

No. 22 Menlo-Atherton 7-5

No. 23 Acalanes 9-2

No. 24 St. Patrick-St. Vincent 11-2

No. 25 Miramonte 8-4

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

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