Final 2019 High School Football America 100 national high school football rankings

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As we told you last week, St. John Bosco is the 2019 High School Football America 100 national champ. The Braves are the third straight team from Southern California’s Trinity League to win our “mythical” national title. Mater Dei won it in 2017 and 2018.

Speaking of Mater Dei, the Monarchs, whose only loss was in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 championship to Bosco, finishes No. 2 in our national rankings that are created with our proprietary algorithm that we’ve been using since 2013.

St. Frances Academy (Maryland), whose only loss was to Mater Dei, checks-in at No. 3, followed by Florida 7A champ St. Thomas Aquinas at No. 4 and Texas Class 6A Division I champ North Shore at No. 5.

North Shore, which won its second straight title in Texas’ largest classification by beating former No. 5 Duncanville, moves-up three spaces in the last rankings.

Related: No. 101 through No. 125

Shadow Creek is the only new entrant this week. The Sharks, who were ranked No. 127 last week, soar into the final national rankings at No. 46 after capturing the Texas Class 5A Division I title by beating former No. 21 Denton Ryan. Shadow Creek has now played in two straight state championships in only two years of varsity football.

Final 2019 High School Football America 100

Rank, Team, StateRecordLast Week2019 Start
 
#1 St. John Bosco (California)(13-1)12
#2 Mater Dei (California)(12-1)21
#3 St. Frances Academy (Maryland)(11-1)310
#4 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida)(15-0)411
#5 North Shore (Houston, TX)(15-1)88
#6 IMG Academy (Florida)(9-1)67
#7 Northwestern (Miami, Florida)(13-2)724
#8 Marrieta (Georgia)(14-2)964
#9 Duncanville (Texas)(15-1) 55
#10 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania)(12-2)104
#11 Dutch Fork (South Carolina)(14-0-1)1119
#12 Good Counsel (Maryland)(9-3)1225
#13 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana)(13-0)13HM
#14 Thompson (Alabama) (12-1)14HM
#15 Miami Central (Florida)(12-3)1517
#16 Lowndes (Georgia)(14-1)1652
#17 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey) (11-1)1767
#18 De La Salle (California)(12-2)1823
#19 Pickerington Central (Ohio)(14-1)1939
#20 Chandler (Arizona)(13-0)2093
#21 Westlake (Austin, Texas)(15-1)3686
#22 Corner Canyon (Utah)(14-0)2292
#23 Maryville (Tennessee)(15-0)23HM
#24 Bryant (Arkansas)(13-0) 2494
#25 Aledo (Texas)(15-1) 4631
#26 Grayson (Georgia)(11-2)2660
#27 Mentor (Ohio)(13-1)28107
#28 St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC)(7-5)273
#29 Katy (Texas)(12-1)3159
#30 McEachern (Georgia)(12-1)2933
#31 Southlake Carroll (Texas)(13-1)3063
#32 Owasso (Oklahoma)(13-0)3376
#33 St. Edward (Ohio)(11-2)3414
#34 Booker T. Washington (Miami, Florida)(13-2)35HM
#35 Saint Louis (Hawaii)(12-1)3236
#36 Rockwall (Texas)(12-3)37NR
#37 Allen (Texas)(11-1)3816
#38 Trinity (Kentucky)(13-2)39117
#39 Lake Travis (Texas)(13-2)4041
#40 Gonzaga (Washington, DC) (8-3)419
#41 DeMatha (Maryland) (7-4)4215
#42 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)(12-1)43HM
#43 Covington Catholic (Kentucky)(15-0)44NR
#44 La Salle (Ohio)(13-2)45HM
#45 Shadow Creek (Texas)(16-0)HMNR
#46 Saguaro (Arizona)(11-2)4730
#47 Denton Ryan (Texas)(14-2)2161
#48 Parkview (Georgia)(12-2)4937
#49 Elder (Ohio)(12-3)48HM
#50 Denton Guyer (Texas)(14-2)25108
#51 East St. Louis (Illinois)(14-0)52101
#52 Edna Karr (Louisiana)(11-2)5551
#53 North Gwinnett (Georgia) (12-2)5950
#54 Lone Star (Frisco, Texas)(14-1) 50100
#55 Massillon Washington (Ohio)(14-1)5152
#56 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio)(11-2)5347
#57 Highland Park (Texas)(11-2)5427
#58 Edgewater (Florida)(13-2)56HM
#59 Male (Kentucky)(14-1)5779
#60 Hoover (Alabama)(10-2)5826
#61 Armwood (Florida)(12-2)6059
#62 Liberty (Nevada)(10-5)6168
#63 Columbus (Miami, Florida)(11-4)6288
#64 Central (Phenix City, Alabama)(12-2)6338
#65 Lakeland (Florida)(12-1)6434
#66 Vance (North Carolina)(13-2)65HM
#67 Fort Bend Marshall (Missouri City, Texas)(14-2)66110
#68 Mission Viejo (California)(11-1)6771
#69 Colquitt County (Georgia)(9-3)6812
#70 Corona Centennial (California)(9-3)6913
#71 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey)(7-5)70HM
No. 72 John Curtis (Louisiana)(10-2)7120
#73 Oakland (Tennessee)(13-1)7257
#74 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida)(10-2)7382
#75 Helix (California)(11-2)74HM
#76 Arlington Martin (Texas)(11-2)75NR
 #77 Cathedral Catholic (San Diego, California)(8-3)7666
#78 Bishop Gorman (Nevada)(11-2)7729
#79 Alcoa (Tennessee)(14-1)7887
#80 West Point (Mississippi)(15-1)79113
#81 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida)(12-2)8080
#82 Central (Fresno, California)(15-0)81HM
#83 Longview (Texas) (11-1)8245
#84 Servite (California)(7-4)83HM
#85 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey)(7-4)846
#86 St. Xavier (Ohio)(9-3)85116
#87 Colerain (Ohio)(11-2)8653
#88 De Smet (Missouri)(14-0)87NR
#89 Mount Carmel (Chicago, Illinois)(14-0)88HM
#90 Buford (Georgia)(14-1)89HM
#91 Weddington (North Carolina)(15-0)90HM
#92 JSerra (California)(6-5)9140
#93 Westfield (Texas)(13-2)92HM
#94 Blessed Trinity (Georgia)(14-1)93125
#95 Corona del Mar (California)(16-0)94121
#96 Cedar Grove (Georgia)(13-2)95122
#97 Bixby (Oklahoma) (13-0)96HM
#98 Mallard Creek (North Carolina) (10-1-1)97HM
#99 Manvel (Texas)(13-1)98HM
#100 Richmond (North Carolina)(13-1)99HM

NR = Not Ranked

HM = Honorable Mention (Preseason ranked No. 126 through No. 250)

Dropped-out: No. 100 Myers Park (North Carolina)

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

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