High School Football America 100 high school football scores for November 5-7, 2020

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This week’s High School Football America 100 features ten head-to-head matchups. There should have been eleven, but the No. 8 St. Peter’s Prep vs. No. 39 Bergen Catholic in New Jersey was canceled due to a COVID-19 diagnosis in the SPP program.

There were two Top 100 head-to-heads in Georgia where No. 30 Colquitt County had a rather easy 40-10 win over No. 3 Lowndes. No. 7 Grayson will make to the No. 1 spot in Georgia thanks to its 58-17 blowout of No. 86 Brookwood.

In Florida, No. 22 St Thomas Aquinas continues to rebound from its loss two weeks ago to Cardinal Gibbons. Friday night, on national television, the Raiders beat No. 18 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) 33-23.

No. 76 Cocoa will continue its climb in the national rankings thanks to its 45-34 win over No. 58 Rockledge in the rivalry game knowns as the Barbecue Bowl.

Read: No. 24 Northwestern beats No. 71 Palmetto

Defending Ohio Division I champ Pickerington Central is back into the state championship game thanks to a 38-31 defeat of Mentor. The Tigers will play No. 37 St. Xavier next week.

No. 32 Massillon Washington is in the Ohio Division II Final 4 after beating No. 84 Massillon Perry Friday night 43-13 in a neighborhood rivalry game. Next week, the Tigers will meet No. 43 La Salle in the state semifinals in a rematch of last year’s state championship game won by La Salle 34-17.

High School Football America 100 Scores

No. 1 North Shore (Texas) beat Kingwood (Texas) 63-6

No. 2 IMG Academy (Florida) – Season Completed

No. 3 Lowndes (Georgia) lost to No. 30 Colquitt County (Georgia) 40-10

No. 4 Thompson (Alabama) beat Grissom (Alabama) 49-7

No. 5 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) beat Roman Catholic (Pennsylvania), 42-0

No. 6 Pickerington Central (Ohio) beat No. 35 Mentor (Ohio) 38-31

No. 7 Grayson (Georgia) beat No. 86 Brookwood (Georgia) 58-17

No. 8 St. Peter’s Prep vs. No. 39 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey), Canceled due to COVID-19 in St. Peter’s program

No. 9 Westlake (Austin, Texas) beat Akins (Texas) 48-0

No. 10 Dutch Fork (South Carolina) – Idle

No. 11 Katy (Texas) lost to Tompkins (Katy, Texas) 24-19

No. 12 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio) beat Hudson (Ohio) 31-14

No. 13 Duncanville (Texas) beat Midway (Texas) 74-21

No. 14 Allen (Texas) beat Little Elm (Texas) 68-44

No. 15 Maryville (Tennessee) wins by forfeit over Science Hill (Tennessee) due to COVID-19

No. 16 Center Grove (Indiana) beat Columbus East (Indiana) 55-7

No. 17 Corner Canyon (Utah) beat Bingham (Utah) 57-22

No. 18 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) lost to No. 22 St. Thomas Aquinas) 33-23

No. 19 Chandler (Arizona) – Idle

No. 20 Trinity (Kentucky) – Idle due quarantine because of a COVID-19 diagnosis in program

No. 21 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida) vs. Archbishop McCarthy (Florida), Canceled due to COVID-19

No. 22 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) beat American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) 33-23

No. 23 Owasso (Oklahoma) beat Putnam City (Oklahoma) 28-0

No. 24 Northwestern (Florida) beat No. 71 Palmetto (Miami, Florida) 17-7

No. 25 Cathedral (Indiana) beat Decatur Central (Indiana) 42-7

No. 26 Denton Ryan (Texas) beat The Colony (Texas) 49-8

No. 27 Miami Central (Florida) won by forfeit over Imokalee (Florida) due to COVID-19

No. 28 DeSoto (Texas) lost to No. 47 Cedar Hill (Texas) 49-42

No. 29 North Allegheny (Pennsylvania) lost to Pittsburgh Central Catholic (Pennsylvania) 38-24

No. 30 Colquitt County (Georgia) beat No. 3 Lowndes (Georgia) 40-10

No. 31 Bryant (Arkansas) beat Conway (Arkansas) 70-33

No. 32 Massillon Washington (Ohio) beat No. 84 Massillon Perry (Ohio) 43-13

No. 33 Brentwood Academy (Tennessee) – Idle

No. 34 Hoover (Alabama) beat Sparkman (Alabama) 49-14

No. 35 Mentor (Ohio) lost to No. 6 Pickerington Central (Ohio) 38-31

No. 36 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida) beat Ribault (Florida) 29-6

No. 37 St. Xavier (Ohio) beat Springfield (Ohio) 12-10

No. 38 Denton Guyer (Texas) beat Braswell (Texas) 49-7

No. 39 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey) vs. No. 8 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey), Canceled due to COVID-19 in St. Peter’s program

No. 40 Highland Park (Texas) beat Longview (Texas) 18-13

No. 41 Lake Travis (Texas) beat Bowie (Austin, Texas) 52-2

No. 42 Norcross (Georgia) beat Duluth (Georgia) 56-0

No. 43 La Salle (Ohio) beat Winton Woods (Ohio) 35-10

No. 44 Rockwall (Texas) beat Tyler Legacy (Texas) 45-40

No. 45 Southlake Carroll (Texas) beat Keller Central 49-20

No. 46 Bloomingdale (Florida) beat Newsome (Florida) 38-10

No. 47 Cedar Hill (Texas) beat No. 28 DeSoto (Texas) 49-42

No. 48 Oakland (Tennessee) beat Rossview (Tennessee) 49-0

No. 49 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) – Idle

No. 50 Acadiana (Louisiana) – Idle

No. 51 Jones (Orlando, Florida) beat West Orange (Florida) 38-21

No. 52 Edna Karr (Louisiana) beat Landry-Walker (Louisiana) 34-13

No. 53 Lakota West (Ohio) – Season Completed

No. 54 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama) beat James Clemens (Alabama) 55-12

No. 55 Delbarton (New Jersey) – Idle due to COVID-19 in opponents’ programs

No. 56 Bixby (Oklahoma) beat Booker T. Washington (Oklahoma) 70-21

No. 57 Prosper (Texas) beat McKinney (Texas) 27-17

No. 58 Rockledge (Florida) lost to No. 76 Cocoa (Florida) 45-34

No. 59 De Smet (Missouri) beat Christian Brothers College (Missouri) 54-21

No. 60 Hamilton (Arizona) beat Highland (Arizona) 46-26

No. 61 Saguaro (Arizona) vs. Campo Verde (Arizona), Canceled due to Campo Verde COVID-19 diagnosis

No. 62 Aledo (Texas) – Idle

No. 63 Alcoa (Tennessee) beat Johnson County (Tennessee) 49-0

No. 64 Brother Martin (Louisiana) beat Terrebonne (Louisiana) 38-7

No. 65 Oxford (Alabama) beat Minor (Alabama) 44-6

No. 66 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey) lost to No. 67 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey) 34-14

No. 67 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey) beat No. 66 Don Bosco Prep (New jersey) 34-14

No. 68 Manvel (Texas) beat Fort Bend Hightower (Texas) 49-28

No. 69 Cedar Grove (Georgia) beat Westminster (Georgia) 24-10

No. 70 Davison (Michigan) wins by forfeit over Adams (Michigan) due to COVID-19

No. 71 Palmetto (Miami, Florida) lost to No. 25 Northwestern (Florida) 17-7

No. 72 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana) beat No. 100 St. Augustine (Louisiana) 31-19

No. 73 Carmel (Indiana) beat Brownsburg (Indiana) 21-7

No. 74 Pine-Richland (Pennsylvania) beat Penn-Trafford (Pennsylvania) 49-14

No. 75 Blessed Trinity (Georgia) beat Hiram (Georgia) 50-0

No. 76 Cocoa (Florida) beat No. 48 Rockledge (Florida) 45-34

No. 77 John Curtis (Louisiana) beat Holy Cross (Louisiana) 37-3

No. 78 Edgewater (Florida) beat Boone (Florida) 37-20

No. 79 Covington Catholic (Kentucky) lost to Lexington Catholic (Kentucky) 29-28

No. 80 Jenks (Oklahoma) beat Westmoore (Oklahoma) 49-21

No. 81 Milton (Georgia) vs. Roswell (Georgia), Saturday

No. 82 St. Thomas More (Louisiana) beat Northside (Louisiana) 63-0

No. 83 Lee County (Georgia) beat Northside (Warner Robins, Georgia) 20-14

No. 84 Massillon Perry (Ohio) lost to No. 32 Massillon Washington (Ohio) 43-13

No. 85 Atascocita (Texas) beat Summer Creek (Texas) 55-7

No. 86 Brookwood (Georgia) lost to No. 7 Grayson (Georgia) 58-17

No. 87 Lone Peak (Utah) beat West (Utah) 49-0

No. 88 Parkview (Georgia) beat South Gwinnett (Georgia) 28-21 in OT

No. 89 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) beat Ruston (Louisiana) 48-42

No. 90 Bridgeland (Texas) beat Cypress Springs (Texas) 78-14

No. 91 Gaffney (South Carolina) beat Blythewood (South Carolina) 24-18

No. 92 Dorman (South Carolina) – Idle

No. 93 Zachary (Louisiana) lost to Scotlandville (Louisiana) 13-12

No. 94 Mona Shores (Michigan) beat Forest Hills Central (Michigan) 28-25

No. 95 Elder (Ohio) – Season Completed

No. 96 Belleville (Michigan) beat Northville (Michigan) 34-0

No. 97 Seminole (Sanford, Florida) – Idle

No. 98 St. Edward (Ohio) – Season Completed

No. 99 Westfield (Indiana) beat Fishers (Indiana) 31-0

#100 St. Augustine (Louisiana) lost to No. 72 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana) 31-19

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