Florida leads Medium Schools Top 25 national rankings with seven teams

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Seven teams from Florida dominate the final 2019 High School Football America Medium Schools Top 25. Leading the way is three-time defending state champ Miami Northwestern. The Bulls also finished the season ranked No. 7 in the High School Football America 100.

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Florida 4A champ Booker T. Washington of Miami is ranked No. 2.

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The other Sunshine State teams in the Medium Schools Top 25 are: American Heritage (Plantation) at No. 4, Chaminade-Madonna at No. 6, Jones at No. 11, Carol City at No. 12 and The Bolles School at No. 22.

2019 High School Football America Medium Schools Top 25

No. 1 Northwestern (Miami, Florida) 13-2

No. 2 Booker T. Washington (Miami, Florida) 13-2

No. 3 Saguaro (Arizona) 11-2

No. 4 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) 10-2

No. 5 Alcoa (Tennessee) 14-1

No. 6 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) 12-2

No. 7 Buford (Georgia) 14-1

No. 8 Weddington (North Carolina) 15-0

No. 9 Blessed Trinity (Georgia) 14-1

No. 10 Cedar Grove (Georgia) 13-2

No. 11 Jones (Orlando, Florida) 13-2

No. 12 Carol City (Florida) 5-6

No. 13 Warner Robins (Georgia) 13-2

No. 14 Carthage (Texas) 16-0

No. 15 Thomas Jefferson (Pennsylvania) 16-0

No. 16 Eastside Catholic (Washington) 12-2

No. 17 DePaul Catholic (New Jersey) 7-4

No. 18 Pleasant Grove (Texas) 15-1

No. 19 Cardinal Newman (California) 14-1

No. 20 Trotwood-Madison (Ohio) 12-3

No. 21 La Vega (Texas) 14-2

No. 22 The Bolles School (Florida) 11-2

No. 23 UMS-Wright (Alabama) 14-0

No. 24 Wyoming Area (Pennsylvania) 14-1

No. 25 Wren (South Carolina) 13-2

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

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