High School Football America 100, plus the next 200 teams for Week 2 of the 2021 high school football season

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Mater Dei (California) solidified its spot atop the High School Football America 100, powered by NFL Play Football, with a convincing 45-3 win over former No. 14 Duncanville (Texas) on Friday. The Monarchs remain No. 1 in our latest national rankings that are created with our proprietary algorithm.

Duncanville, which falls to No. 50 in the latest rankings, was one of three Top 25 teams defeated over the weekend. In addition to the Panthers’ loss to Mater Dei, No. 13 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey) routed No. 16 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio) 42-7 and Treasure Coast surprised No. 15 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) 29-21.

Treasure Coast breaks into the Top 100 at No. 61. The Titans were led by Eden James, son of NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame running back Edgerrin James. The younger James ran for 267 yards in the road victory. Treasure Coast entered the game ranked No. 149 in the nation.

In addition to Treasure Coast, there are four other new teams in the HSFA 100 this week.

Atlanta’s Westlake High School jumps from No. 161 to No. 63 after a hard-fought road win against former No. 38 Colquitt County (Georgia).

Georgia’s North Cobb climbs 38 spots to No. 72 this week after beating former No. 43 Milton (Georgia) on national television Friday night.

Bartram Trail (Florida) is up 13 spots to No. 98 this week. The Bears will test that ranking against No. 36 Columbus (Miami, Florida) on Friday.

The final new Top 100 team is Auburn High (Alabama) at No. 99. The Tigers were ranked No. 109 last week.

Aside from the Bartram Trail/Columbus matchup, there are eleven other head-to-head HSFA 100 matchups this weekend. You can see those games below.

  • No. 2 Westlake (Texas) vs. No. 53 Euless Trinity (Texas)
  • No. 5 IMG Academy (Florida) vs. No. 21 La Salle (Ohio)
  • No. 9 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) vs. No. 81 Milton (Georgia)
  • No. 11 Center Grove (Indiana) vs. No. 52 Carmel (Indiana)
  • No. 24 Denton Ryan (Texas) vs. No. 78 Denton Guyer (Texas)
  • No. 25 Good Counsel (Maryland) vs. No. 69 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)
  • No. 30 Miami Central (Florida) vs. No. 55 Bishop Gorman (Nevada)
  • No. 32 St. Frances Academy (Maryland) vs. No. 56 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey) — cancelled due to COVID-19 protocols
  • No. 38 Columbus (Miami, Florida) vs. No. 98 Bartram Trail (Florida)
  • No. 43 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) vs. No. 64 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida)
  • No. 45 Bixby (Oklahoma) vs. No. 48 Jenks (Oklahoma)
  • No. 85 Edgewater (Florida) vs. No. 88 Venice (Florida)

High School Football America 100 powered by NFL Play Football

Rank/School/StateRecordLast Week
No. 1 Mater Dei (California)(1-0) 1
No. 2 Westlake (Austin, Texas)(1-0) 2
No. 3 Thompson (Alabama)(2-0)3
No. 4 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida)(1-0) 4
No. 5 IMG Academy (Florida)(1-0)5
No. 6 St. John Bosco (California)(2-0)6
No. 7 Southlake Carroll (Texas) (1-0) 7
No. 8 Gonzaga (Washington, DC)(1-0) 8
No. 9 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania)(0-0)9
No. 10 Katy (Texas)(1-0) 10
No. 11 Center Grove (Indiana)(2-0)11
No. 12 St. Xavier (Ohio)(2-0)12
No. 13 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey)(1-0) 13
No. 14 North Shore (Texas)(1-0) 18
No. 15 Oakland (Tennessee)(2-0)20
No. 16 Chambers (North Carolina)(2-0)21
No. 17 Hoover (Alabama)(2-0)23
No. 18 Dutch Fork (South Carolina)(1-0)17
No. 19 De La Salle (California)(1-0) 26
No. 20 Cathedral (Indiana)(2-0)29
No. 21 La Salle (Ohio)(2-0)28
No. 22 Corner Canyon (Utah)(3-0)22
No. 23 Chandler (Arizona)(0-0)19
No. 24 Good Counsel (Maryland)(1-0) 42
No. 25 Denton Ryan (Texas)(1-0) 24
No. 26 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida)(0-0)25
No. 27 DeMatha (Maryland)(1-0) 27
No. 28 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey)(1-0) 33
No. 29 Pickerington Central (Ohio)(2-0)50
No. 30 Miami Central (Florida)(0-1)30
No. 31 Northwestern (Miami, Florida)(1-0) 31
No. 32 Buford (Georgia)(2-0)34
No. 33 Servite (California)(2-0)48
No. 34 St. Frances Academy (Maryland)(0-1)32
No. 35 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama)(2-0)36
No. 36 Columbus (Miami, Florida)(1-0) 49
No. 37 Allen (Texas)(1-0) 37
No. 38 Saguaro (Arizona)(0-0)35
No. 39 Bryant (Arkansas)(1-0) 39
No. 40 Rockwall (Texas)(1-0) 41
No. 41 St. Thomas More (Louisiana)(0-0)40
No. 42 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida)(1-0) 44
No. 43 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida)(1-0) 45
No. 44 St. Edward (Ohio)(2-0)47
No. 45 Bixby (Oklahoma)(1-0) 51
No. 46 Sierra Canyon (California)(2-0)56
No. 47 Bridgeland (Texas)(1-0) 55
No. 48 Jenks (Oklahoma)(1-0) 53
No. 49 John Curtis (Louisiana)(0-0)46
No. 50 Duncanville (Texas)(0-1)14
No. 51 Collins Hill (Georgia)(2-0)54
No. 52 Carmel (Indiana)(2-0)72
No. 53 Euless Trinity (Texas)(1-0) 64
No. 54 Jones (Orlando, Florida)(1-0) 73
No. 55 Bishop Gorman (Nevada)(1-0)60
No. 56 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey)(0-1)57
No. 57 Aledo (Texas)(1-0) 58
No. 58 Warner Robins (Georgia)(2-0)59
No. 59 Male (Kentucky)(2-0)67
No. 60 Maryville (Tennessee)(2-0)66
No. 61 Treasure Coast (Florida)(1-0) 149
No. 62 St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC)(1-0) 81
No. 63 Westlake (Atlanta, Georgia)(2-0)161
No. 64 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida)(0-1)15
No. 65 Brother Martin (Louisiana)(0-0)61
No. 66 Hamilton (Arizona)(0-0)62
No. 67 Acadiana (Louisiana)(0-0)63
No. 68 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio)(1-1)16
No. 69 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)(0-0)65
No. 70 Colquitt County (Georgia)(1-1)38
No. 71 Seminole (Sanford, Florida)(1-0) 71
No. 72 North Cobb (Georgia)(1-1)110
No. 73 Walton (Georgia)(2-0)75
No. 74 Lake Travis (Texas)(1-0) 82
No. 75 Edna Karr (Louisiana)(0-0)70
No. 76 Trinity (Kentucky)(0-2)76
No. 77 Lowndes (Georgia)(1-1)77
No. 78 Denton Guyer (Texas)(1-0) 78
No. 79 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana)(0-0)79
No. 80 Arlington Martin (Texas)(0-1)80
No. 81 Milton (Georgia)(1-1)43
No. 82 Oak Grove (Mississippi)(0-0)74
No. 83 Belleville (Michigan)(1-0) 83
No. 84 Charlotte Catholic (North Carolina)(2-0)84
No. 85 Edgewater (Florida)(1-0) 87
No. 86 Lee County (Georgia)(2-0)88
No. 87 Cocoa (Florida)(1-0) 91
No. 88 Venice (Florida)(0-0)90
No. 89 Hough (North Carolina)(2-0)93
No. 90 Oxford (Mississippi)(1-0) 94
No. 91 Jesuit (Florida)(1-0) 95
No. 92 Cherry Creek (Colorado)(1-0) 96
No. 93 Oscar Smith (Virginia)(1-0) 97
No. 94 Alcoa (Tennessee)(2-0)98
No. 95 Orem (Utah)(3-0)99
No. 96 Lakota West (Ohio)(1-1)85
No. 97 Highland Park (Texas)(0-1)86
No. 98 Bartram Trail (Florida)(1-0) 111
No. 99 Auburn (Alabama)(2-0)109
No. 100 Elder (Ohio)(1-1)100

High School Football America National Rankings — The Other 100

Rank/School/StateRecordLast Week
No. 101 Lone Peak (Utah)(2-0)102
No. 102 Corona Centennial (California)(1-0)HM
No. 103 East St. Louis (Illinois)(1-0)136
No. 104 San Clemente (California)(2-0)101
No. 105 Cedar Hill (Texas)(0-1)103
No. 106 Tompkins (Katy, Texas)(1-0) 105
No. 107 Rockledge (Florida)(1-0) 106
No. 108 Buchanan (Clovis, California)(2-0)108
No. 109 Mount Carmel (Chicago, Illinois)(1-0) 131
No. 110 Grimsley (North Carolina)(2-0)112
No. 111 Loyola Academy (Illinois)(1-0) 113
No. 112 Greenville Christian (Mississippi)(3-0)114
No. 113 De Smet (Missouri)(1-0) 115
No. 114 North Little Rock (Arkansas)(0-0)116
No. 115 Christian Brothers College HS (Missouri)(0-1)117
No. 116 T.L. Hanna (South Carolina) (2-0)118
No. 117 Owasso (Oklahoma)(1-0) 119
No. 118 Niceville (Florida)(1-0) 120
No. 119 Carencro (Louisiana)(0-0)121
No. 120 Pulaski Academy (Arkansas)(1-0) 122
No. 121 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey)(0-1)123
No. 122 Rockwall-Heath (Texas)(1-0) 124
No. 123 Delbarton (New Jersey)(0-0)125
No. 124 Massillon Washington (Ohio)(1-1)126
No. 125 Pinson Valley (Alabama)(1-1)128
No. 126 Creekside (Georgia)(1-0)137
No. 127 Judson (Texas)(1-0)HM
No. 128 Grayson (Georgia)(1-1)147
No. 129 Central (Fresno, California)(1-0)130
No. 130 DeSoto (Texas)(0-1)52
No. 131 Norco (California)(2-0)157
No. 132 Shadow Creek (Texas)(0-1)127
No. 133 Life Christian Academy (Virginia)(1-0) 132
No. 134 Brookwood (Georgia)(1-1)134
No. 135 McCallie (Tennessee)(2-0)152
No. 136 Springfield (Ohio)(1-0)143
No. 137 Highland Springs (Virginia)(0-1)138
No. 138 St. Louis (Hawaii)(0-1)139
No. 139 Westfield (Indiana)(1-1)140
No. 140 Prosper (Texas)(1-0) 141
No. 141 Lincoln-Way East (Illinois)(1-0) 144
No. 142 De La Salle (Louisiana)(0-0)142
No. 143 Gaffney (South Carolina)(2-0)146
No. 144 Harrisburg (Pennsylvania)(1-0) 156
No. 145 Booker T. Washington (Miami, Florida)(1-0) 153
No. 146 Serra (San Mateo, California)(0-0)145
No. 147 Carthage (Texas)(1-0) 150
No. 148 Palmetto (Miami, Florida)(1-0) 151
No. 149 Medina (Ohio)(2-0)158
No. 150 Liberty Patriots (Nevada)(2-0)154
No. 151 Fort Bend Marshall (Texas)(1-0) 155
No. 152 Marist (Georgia)(1-0)HM
No. 153 Apopka (Florida)(1-0) 162
No. 154 Cass Tech (Michigan)(1-0) 163
No. 155 Valor Christian (Colorado)(1-0) 164
No. 156 North Allegheny (Pennsylvania)(1-0) 169
No. 157 Christ Presbyterian Academy (Tennessee)(2-0)HM
No. 158 Blessed Trinity (Georgia)(1-1)89
No. 159 Brentwood Academy (Tennessee)(1-1)68
No. 160 Iona Prep (New York)(0-0)160
No. 161 Mission Viejo (California)(1-1)104
No. 162 Spring (Texas)(1-0) 166
No. 163 Folsom (California)(1-0)170
No. 164 Lake Minneola (Florida)(1-0) 171
No. 165 La Salle College HS (Pennsylvania)(1-0) 172
No. 166 Tomball Memorial (Texas)(1-0) 173
No. 167 Central York (Pennsylvania)(1-0) 174
No. 168 DePaul Catholic (New Jersey)(0-0)165
No. 169 Winton Woods (Ohio)(1-1)167
No. 170 Martin Luther King (Detroit, Michigan)(0-1)175
No. 171 Mentor (Ohio)(2-0)189
No. 172 Lakeland (Florida)(1-0) 190
No. 173 Cardinal Gibbons (North Carolina)(1-1)176
No. 174 Vero Beach (Florida)(0-1)188
No. 175 Orange Lutheran (California)(2-0)187
No. 176 Deerfield Beach (Florida)(1-0) 193
No. 177 South Pointe (South Carolina)(1-0)178
No. 178 Lone Star (Frisco, Texas)(1-0) 179
No. 179 Cartersville (Georgia)(2-0)180
No. 180 St. Augustine (Florida)(0-0)181
No. 181 Veterans Memorial (Corpus Christi, Texas)(1-0) 182
No. 182 Los Alamitos (California)(2-0)199
No. 183 Cibolo Steele (Texas)(1-0) 184
No. 184 Palmetto (Florida)(0-0)183
No. 185 Atascocita (Texas)(1-0) 200
No. 186 Lovejoy (Texas)(1-0) 186
No. 187 Serra (Gardena, California) (1-1)HM
No. 188 Long Beach Poly (California)(0-1)135
No. 189 Northwestern (South Carolina)(1-1)195
No. 190 Dickinson (Texas)(1-0)NR
No. 191 Bolles School (Florida)(1-0) 196
No. 192 Manvel (Texas)(0-1)69
No. 193 Gaither (Florida)(1-0)NR
No. 194 Brownsburg (Indiana)(1-1)192
No. 195 Gulliver Prep (Florida)(1-0)NR
No. 196 Pine-Richland (Pennsylvania)(0-1)191
No. 197 Edison (Miami, Florida)(0-1)194
No. 198 Chaminade (California)(2-0)HM
No. 199 Mill Creek (Georgia)(2-0)HM
No. 200 Central (Phenix City, Alabama)(2-0)HM

High School Football America National Rankings — Honorable Mention

Alabama (2 teams)Record
Clay-Chalkville Cougars(2-0)
Daphne Trojans(1-0)
Arizona (2 teams) 
Centennial Coyotes(0-0)
Chaparral Firebirds(0-0)
California (18 teams)
Alemany Warriors(0-2)
Carlsbad Lancers(2-0)
Cathedral Catholic Dons(1-1)
Corona del Mar Sea Kings(2-0)
Damien Spartans(0-1)
Edison (Huntington Beach) Chargers(1-1)
Inglewood Sentinels(2-0)
Loyola Cubs(1-1)
Mission Hills Grizzlies(2-0)
Murrieta Valley Nighthawks(1-0)
Oaks Christian Lions(0-2)
Pittsburg Pirates(0-0)
Rancho Cucamonga Cougars(1-0)
Santa Margarita Eagles(1-1)
St. Mary’s Rams(0-1)
Upland Highlanders(1-1)
Valencia Vikings(0-0)
Vista Murrieta Broncos(1-1)
Florida (25 teams)
Armwood Hawks(1-0)
Berkeley Prep Buccaneers(1-0)
Bloomingdale Bulls (0-1)
Buchholz Bobcats(1-0)
Champagnat Catholic Lions(0-1)
Dillard Panthers(1-0)
Dr. Phillips Panthers(0-1)
Escambia Gators(0-0)
Florida State University HS(2-0)
Lake Gibson Braves(0-1)
Lake Mary Rams(1-0)
Mainland Buccaneers(1-0)
Manatee Hurricanes(0-1)
Miami Carol City Chiefs(1-0)
Mitchell Mustangs(1-0)
Navarre Raiders(1-0)
Oakleaf Knights(1-0)
Osceola Kowboys(0-0)
Rickards Raiders(0-1)
Riverside formerly Robert E. Lee (Jacksonville) Generals(1-0)
Stranahan Mighty Dragons(1-0)
Tampa Bay Tech Titans(1-0)
Vanguard Knights(1-0)
Viera Hawks(0-1)
West Orange Warriors(1-0)
Georgia (9 teams)
Archer Tigers(0-2)
Cherokee Warriors(2-0)
McEachern Indians(1-1)
Norcross Blue Devils(1-1)
North Gwinnett Bulldogs(0-2)
Parkview Panthers (1-1)
Roswell Hornets(2-0)
Valdosta Wildcats(1-1)
Ware County Gators(2-0)
Illinois (1 team)
St. Rita Mustangs(0-1)
Indiana (1 team)
Ben Davis Giants (1-1)
Louisiana (3 teams)
Alexandria Trojans(0-0)
C.E. Byrd Yellow Jackets(0-0)
Zachary Broncos(0-0)
Maryland (3 teams)
Archbishop Spalding Cavaliers(1-0)
McDonogh Eagles(0-0)
Mount St. Joseph Gaels(1-0)
Michigan (3 teams)
DeWitt Panthers(1-0)
Mona Shores Sailors(1-0)
Muskegon Big Reds(1-0)
New York (1 team)
Cardinal Hayes Cardinals(0-0)
North Carolina (3 teams)
Mallard Creek Mavericks(0-0)
Myers Park Mustangs (1-1)
Wake Forest Cougars(2-0)
Ohio (1 team)
St. Ignatius Wildcats(0-2)
Pennsylvania (4 teams)
Cathedral Prep Ramblers(1-0)
Imhotep Charter Panthers (1-0)
Pittsburgh Central Catholic(0-1)
Southern Columbia Tigers(1-0)
South Carolina (2 teams)
Byrnes Rebels(2-0)
Fort Dorchester Patriots(1-0)
Tennessee (4 teams)
Blackman Blaze(2-0)
Lipscomb Academy Mustangs(2-0)
Montgomery Bell Academy Big Red (1-1)
Pearl-Cohn Firebirds(2-0)
Texas (15 teams)
Argyle Eagles(1-0)
Colleyville Heritage Panthers(1-0)
Dallas Jesuit(1-0)
Ennis Lions(1-0)
Flower Mound Jaguars(1-0)
Lamar Consolidated Mustangs(1-0)
Longview Lobos(0-1)
Mansfield Summit Jaguars(0-1)
Marcus Marauders(0-1)
Midland Legacy Rebels(1-0)
Ridge Point Panthers(1-0)
Richmond Foster Falcons(0-1)
San Antonio Brennan Bears(1-0)
Westfield Mustangs(1-0)
Wichita Falls Rider Raiders(1-0)
Utah (1 team)
American Fork Caveman(2-0)
Virginia (2 teams)
South County Stallions(0-0)
Stone Bridge Bulldogs(1-0)

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