First in-season High School Football America Pennsylvania Top 25

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Harrisburg moves-up one spot to No. 2 in the first in-season High School Football America Pennsylvania Top 25. The Cougars flip-flop spots with Coatesville after beating the Red Raiders 14-6 on Friday night.

The victory also moved the Cougars higher our national rankings. Harrisburg is currently ranked No. 70 in America. This week, the Cougs will test that ranking against four-time defending Ohio state champ Archbishop Hoban, ranked No. 47 in the latest HSFA 100 national rankings.

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Pine-Richland also moves-up this week after beating defending 5A champ Penn Hills. The Rams are up to No. 5 this week.

Top-ranked St. Joseph’s Prep opens its season on the road in Georgia. The Hawks, ranked No. 4 in the High School Football America 100 national rankings, will face No. 59 Marietta.

High School Football America Pennsylvania Top 25

No. 1 St. Joseph’s Prep (0-0)

No. 2 Harrisburg (1-0)

No. 3 Coatesville (0-1)

No. 4 Cathedral Prep (1-0)

No. 5 Pine-Richland (1-0)

No. 6 Manheim Central (1-0)

No. 7 Pittsburgh Central Catholic (1-0)

No. 8 Southern Columbia (1-0)

No. 9 North Allegheny (1-0)

No. 10 La Salle College HS (1-0)

No. 11 Penn Hills (0-1)

No. 12 Downingtown West (1-0)

No. 13 Archbishop Wood (1-0)

No. 14 Malvern Prep (0-0)

No. 15 Imhotep Charter (0-1)

No. 16 Wilson (West Lawn) (1-0)

No. 17 North Penn (1-0)

No. 18 Gateway (1-0)

No. 19 Freedom (Bethlehem) (1-0)

No. 20 State College (1-0)

No. 21 Manheim Township (1-0)

No. 22 Thomas Jefferson (1-0)

No. 23 Bethlehem Catholic (1-0)

No. 24 Aliquippa (1-0)

No. 25 Berks Catholic (1-0)

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

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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.