High School Football America 100 national high school football rankings through December 13, 2020

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And, down the stretch we come in the High School Football America 100 national high school football rankings powered by BlackMP Living Water. With a little more than a month until we release our final Fall Top 100 on January 17, 2020, our national rankings continue to shuffle with eight states still playing.

Read: No. 101 through No. 125

This week’s rankings see five new entrants — C.E. Byrd (Louisiana) at No. 91, Male (Kentucky) at No. 93, Columbus (Miami, Florida) at No. 95, Arlington Martin (Texas) at No. 99 and Valdosta (Georgia), which returns to the Top 100 at No. 100.

Byrd is making its first-ever appearance in the Top 100 after edging John Curtis 14-13 to advance to the Louisiana Division I championship where it will play No. 43 Catholic (Baton Rouge) after Christmas.

Male will test its new Top 100 ranking against No. 17 Trinity in the Kentucky 6A title game. It will be a rematch of last year’s championship game won by Trinity 28-6, its 26th overall football title.

The Florida’s 7A title game is also a 2019 rematch with No. 11 St. Thomas Aquinas playing No. 62 Edgewater STA won last year’s title game 28-23.

Top-ranked North Shore’s run for a third straight championship in Texas’ largest classification continues this weekend when it plays No. 68 Pearland Dawson. That game is one of two head-to-head inside the Top 100 in the Class 6A Division I bracket. In the other matchup, No. 27 DeSoto plays No. 33 Rockwall in the region quarterfinals this weekend.

And, in Georgia, No. 4 Grayson will play No. 22 Norcross in the state 7A semifinals.

High School Football America 100

Rank, Team, StateRecordLast Week
#1 North Shore (Houston, Texas)(11-0)1
#2 IMG Academy (Florida)(8-0)2
#3 Thompson (Alabama) (14-0)3
#4 Grayson (Georgia)(12-0)4
#5  Archbishop Hoban (Ohio)(11-0)5
#6 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania)(6-0)6
#7 Westlake (Austin, Texas)(9-0)7
#8 Duncanville (Texas)(7-1)8
#9 Dutch Fork (South Carolina)(10-0)9
#10 Allen (Texas)(9-0)10
#11 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida)(7-1)11
#12 Center Grove (Indiana)(14-0)12
#13 Corner Canyon (Utah) (13-0)13
#14 Chandler (Arizona)(11-0)14
#15 Cathedral (Indiana)(13-1)15
#16 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida)(7-1)17
#17 Trinity (Kentucky)(9-0)18
#18 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida)(10-2)19
#19 St. Xavier (Ohio)(9-2)20
#20 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida)(10-1)21
#21 Oakland (Tennessee) (15-0)22
#22 Norcross (Georgia)(13-0)25
#23 Denton Ryan (Texas)(10-0)23
#24 Bryant (Arkansas)(13-0)24
#25 Cedar Hill (Texas)(8-1)26
#26 Colquitt County (Georgia)(9-1)16
#27 DeSoto (Texas)(9-1)27
#28 Lowndes (Georgia)(10-1)28
#29 Miami Central (Florida)(7-1)32
#30 Highland Park (Texas) (9-0)30
#31 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey)(5-1)36
#32 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) (8-1)37
#33 Rockwall (Texas)(10-1)33
#34 Southlake Carroll (Texas)(8-1)34
#35 Edna Karr (Louisiana)(9-1)44
#36 Bixby (Oklahoma) (12-0)38
#37  Acadiana (Louisiana)(9-1)43
#38 Denton Guyer (Texas)(8-2)39
#39 Tompkins (Katy, Texas)(9-0)45
#40 Hoover (Alabama)(11-2)40
#41 Hamilton (Arizona)(8-2)42
#42 Massillon Washington (Ohio)(10-2)41
#43 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)(8-2)54
#44 Katy (Texas)(10-1)48
#45 St. Thomas More (Louisiana)(10-0)53
#46 Brother Martin (Louisiana)(8-1)35
#47 Northwestern (Miami, Florida)(3-2)46
#48 Pickerington Central (Ohio)(11-1)47
#49 La Salle (Ohio)(8-3)49
#50 Delbarton (New Jersey)(6-0)50
#51 Mentor (Ohio)(9-2)51
#52 Pine-Richland (Pennsylvania)(11-0)52
#53 Jenks (Oklahoma)(12-1)55
#54 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey)(4-2)56
#55 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana)(6-2)57
#56 Maryville (Tennessee)(13-1)58
#57 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey)(6-2)59
#58 Alcoa (Tennessee)(14-1)60
#59 Bridgeland (Texas) (11-0)61
#60 Jones (Orlando, Florida)(9-1)63
#61 Aledo (Texas)(8-1)64
#62 Edgewater (Florida)(8-2)70
#63 Manvel (Texas) (6-1)65
#64 Lee County (Georgia)(11-1)69
#65 Bloomingdale (Florida)(12-1)29
#66 Warner Robins (Georgia) (11-1)76
#67 Seminole (Sanford, Florida)(12-0)75
#68 Pearland Dawson (Texas)(10-0)84
#69 Blessed Trinity (Georgia)(8-1)62
#70 Brentwood Academy (Tennessee)(11-1)71
#71 Saguaro (Arizona)(5-2)72
#72 Lakota West (Ohio)(8-1)73
#73 Davison (Michigan)(9-0)74
#74 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama)(9-3)78
#75 Milton (Georgia)(10-1)67
#76 John Curtis (Louisiana)(6-5)68
#77 St. Paul’s (Alabama) (15-0)80
#78 Belleville (Michigan)(9-0)82
#79 Mona Shores (Michigan)(9-0)83
#80 Owasso (Oklahoma)(10-1)81
#81 Oak Grove (Mississippi)(13-0)86
#82 Carencro (Louisiana)(10-1)100
#83 Pulaski Academy (Arkansas)(13-0)93
#84 Niceville (Florida)(11-1)77
#85 Shadow Creek (Texas)(5-3)92
#86 Cocoa (Florida)(10-1)87
#87 Rockledge (Florida) (7-2)88
#88 Lone Peak (Utah)(12-2)89
#89 Cherry Creek (Colorado) (9-0)90
#90 Oxford (Mississippi) (12-1)91
#91 C.E. Byrd (Louisiana)(10-0)HM
#92 Venice (Florida)(9-4)94
#93 Male (Kentucky)(8-1)101
#94 Elder (Ohio)(5-4)95
#95 Columbus (Miami, Florida)(6-0)HM
#96 Madison-Ridgeland (Mississippi)(12-0)96
#97 Auburn (Alabama)(11-2)97
#98 Raymore-Peculiar (Missouri)(11-2)99
#99 Arlington Martin (Texas)(9-1)102
#100 Valdosta (Georgia)(7-4)102

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

Dropped-out: No. 31 Lake Travis (Texas), No. 66 Cedar Grove (Georgia), No. 79 Palmetto (Miami, Florida), No. 85 Allatoona (Georgia), No. 98 Jesuit (Florida)

*Warner Robins (Georgia) awarded a forfeit victory over Valdosta (Georgia) for the use of an ineligible player.

**Milton (Georgia) awarded forfeit over Cedar Grove (Georgia) due to the use of an ineligible player that was self-reported.

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