High School Football America 100 Scores & Recaps for September 2-4, 2021

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This weekend’s High School Football America 100 features eleven head-to-head matchups. Click here to see our real time scoreboard that is powered by our friends at Scorestream.

Saturday Game Recaps

  • No. 55 Bishop Gorman (Nevada) edged No. 30 Miami Central (Florida) 21-20. The Gaels won it on sophomore quarterback Micah Alejado’s 37-yard TD pass to Zachariah Branch with 4:02 to play. Central attempted a 35-yard field goal on the final play of the game, but the kick hit the crossbar.

Friday Game Recaps

  • The upset of the night comes out of Florida where No. 91 Jesuit scored a late touchdown to beat defending two-time defending 7A champ St. Thomas Aquinas 24-21. This game wasn’t on the original schedule, but when the STA/Plantation game was cancelled due to COVID-19 protocols, the Raiders travelled to the Tampa-area.
  • Defending national champ IMG Academy (Florida) rolled by No. 21 La Salle (Ohio) Friday night. The 58-7 win featured Penn State-commit Kaytron Allen rushing for nearly 200 yards with four touchdowns.
  • No. 11 Center Grove keeps the Copper Kettle with a 41-14 win over No. 52 Carmel in the Hoosier State. CG has won two straight in the series, which is led by Carmel 15-13.
  • No. 25 Denton Ryan’s 60 game regular season win streak is over after a 14-7 overtime loss to crosstown rival Denton Guyer. The Wildcats will move-up from its current No. 78 ranking when the new High School Football America 100 powered by NFL Play Football comes out on Sunday.
  • Speaking of regular season win streaks, No. 37 Allen’s Texas state record 84-game streak is over. The Eagles lost to No. 185 Atascocita 41-20. It was Allen’s first-ever loss in Eagle Stadium, since it opened in 2012.

Thursday Game Game Recaps

  • For the second straight year, No. 7 Southlake Carroll and No. 122 Rockwall-Heath played a good old fashion Texas shootout. The Dragons beat Rockwall-Heath 36-35 by blocking a 29-yard field goal attempt on the final play of the game. Last year, SC won 72-57.
  • No. 57 Aledo (Texas) got-out to an early three touchdown lead on the way to a 45-35 win over No. 178 Lone Star (Texas). LS quarterback Garret Rangel, an Oklahoma State-recruit, left the game early with a “lower body injury.”
  • No. 81 Milton (Georgia) also got out to a big first half lead (21-0) in a 34-14 win over No. 133 Life Christian Academy (Virginia). Virginia Tech-recruit Devin Farrell threw for 235 yards with four touchdowns. Sophomore receiver Debron Gatling caught three of the TD’s.
  • No. 83 Belleville (Michigan) shutout Dearborn (Michigan) 49-0. Freshman QB Bryce Underwood had three first quarter TD passes. The 14-year old already holds five offers — Kentucky, Marshall, Michigan, Michigan State and Tennessee.

No. 94 Alcoa (Tennessee) routed Northview Academy 63-8. The Tornadoes have now won their last 35 region games by more than 21 points. Next-up for Alcoa is their rivalry game against No. 60 Maryville (Tennessee). Next week’s game will be the 93rd in the rivalry between the two schools that are about five miles apart.

Stadium Project: Alcoa photos

Stadium Project: Maryville photos

Below, you can see the HSFA 100 final scores from September 2-4, 2021.

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No. 1 Mater Dei (California) – Idle

No. 2 Westlake (Texas) beat No. 53 Euless Trinity (Texas) 34-14

No. 3 Thompson (Alabama) beat Tuscaloosa County (Alabama) 58-0

No. 4 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) lost to No. 91 Jesuit (Florida) 24-21

No. 5 IMG Academy (Florida) beat No. 21 La Salle (Ohio) 58-7

No. 6 St. John Bosco (California) beat Bishop Amat (California) 47-7

No. 7 Southlake Carroll (Texas) beat No. 122 Rockwall-Heath (Texas) 36-35

No. 8 Gonzaga (Washington, DC) beat McDonogh (Maryland) 23-7

No. 9 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) beat St. Mary’s Ryken (Maryland) 40-0

No. 10 Katy (Texas) beat Cypress Woods (Texas) 42-7

No. 11 Center Grove (Indiana) beat No. 52 Carmel (Indiana) 41-14

No. 12 St. Xavier (Ohio) beat Olentangy Liberty (Ohio) 49-0

No. 13 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey) beat Smyrna (Delaware) 52-6

No. 14 North Shore (Texas) beat Klein Collins (Texas) 34-7

No. 15 Oakland (Tennessee) wins by forfeit over Stewarts Creek (Tennessee) due to COVID-19

No. 16 Chambers (North Carolina) beat Glenn (North Carolina) 30-6

No. 17 Hoover (Alabama) beat Vestavia Hills (Alabama) 34-6

No. 18 Dutch Fork (South Carolina) beat Byrnes (South Carolina) 56-25

No. 19 De La Salle (California) beat Monterey Trail (California) 68-6

No. 20 Cathedral (Indiana) beat Penn (Indiana) 37-0

No. 21 La Salle (Ohio) lost to No. 5 IMG Academy (Florida) 58-7

No. 22 Corner Canyon (Utah) beat Jordan (Utah) 70-7

No. 23 Chandler (Arizona) beat Centennial (Arizona) 28-7

No. 24 Good Counsel (Maryland) lost to No. 69 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) 38-10

No. 25 Denton Ryan (Texas) lost to No. 78 Denton Guyer (Texas) 14-7 in OT

No. 26 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida) beat Cardinal Newman (Florida) 40-14

No. 27 DeMatha (Maryland) lost to Imhotep Charter (Pennsylvania) 14-10

No. 28 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey) beat West Orange (New Jersey) 49-8

No. 29 Pickerington Central (Ohio) beat No. 156 North Allegheny (Pennsylvania) 35-0

No. 30 Miami Central (Florida) lost to No. 55 Bishop Gorman (Nevada) 21-20

No. 31 Miami Northwestern (Florida) beat No. 145 Booker T. Washington (Miami Florida) 24-22

No. 32 Buford (Georgia) – Idle

No. 33 Servite (California) – Idle

No. 34 St. Frances Academy (Maryland) vs. No. 57 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey), cancelled due to COVID-19

No. 35 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama) beat Spain Park (Alabama) 38-17

No. 36 Columbus (Miami, Florida) lost to No. 98 Bartram Trail (Florida) 12-6

No. 37 Allen (Texas) lost to No. 185 Atascocita (Texas) 41-20

No. 38 Saguaro (Arizona) beat McClintock (Arizona) 63-0

No. 39 Bryant (Arkansas) beat Marion (Arkansas) 58-7

No. 40 Rockwall (Texas) beat Dallas Jesuit (Texas) 75-28

No. 41 St. Thomas More (Louisiana) lost to Madison Prep (Louisiana) 38-35

No. 42 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida) beat Ribault (Florida) 37-0

No. 43 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) lost to No. 64 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) 26-24

No. 44 St. Edward (Ohio) beat No. 171 Mentor (Ohio) 47-7

No. 45 Bixby (Oklahoma) beat No. 48 Jenks (Oklahoma) 23-15

No. 46 Sierra Canyon (California) lost to No. 102 Corona Centennial (California) 35-14

No. 47 Bridgeland (Texas) beat No. 132 Shadow Creek (Texas) 24-14

No. 48 Jenks (Oklahoma) lost to No. 45 Bixby (Oklahoma) 23-15

No. 49 John Curtis (Louisiana) vs. Central Lafourche (Louisiana), cancelled Hurricane Ida

No. 50 Duncanville (Texas) beat South Oak Cliff (Texas) 42-27

No. 51 Collins Hill (Georgia) beat Greenville Christian (Mississippi) 37-22

No. 52 Carmel (Indiana) lost to No. 11 Center Grove (Indiana) 41-14

No. 53 Euless Trinity (Texas) lost to No. 3 Westlake (Texas) 34-14

No. 54 Jones (Orlando, Florida) beat New Smyrna Beach (Florida) 40-0

No. 55 Bishop Gorman (Nevada) beat No. 30 Miami Central (Florida) 21-20

No. 56 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey) beat Phillipsburg (New Jersey) 28-6

No. 57 Aledo (Texas) beat No. 178 Lone Star (Texas) 45-35

No. 58 Warner Robins (Georgia) – Idle

No. 59 Male (Kentucky) beat St. Xavier (Kentucky) 28-21

No. 60 Maryville (Tennessee) beat Farragut (Tennessee) 42-14

No. 61 Treasure Coast (Florida) vs. Jensen (Florida), cancelled due to COVID-19

No. 62 St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC) beat Butler (North Carolina) 33-0

No. 63 Westlake (Georgia) lost to No. 126 Creekside (Georgia) 27-20

No. 64 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) beat No. 43 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) 26-24

No. 65 Brother Martin (Louisiana) vs. St. Thomas More (Louisiana), cancelled due to Hurricane Ida

No. 66 Hamilton (Arizona) beat Desert Ridge (Arizona) 56-7

No. 67 Acadiana (Louisiana) beat No. 119 Carencro (Louisiana) 9-7

No. 68 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio) beat Walsh Jesuit (Ohio) 35-34 in 2 OTs

No. 69 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) beat No. 24 Good Counsel (Maryland) 38-10

No. 70 Colquitt County (Georgia) beat Cedar Grove (Georgia) 28-19

No. 71 Seminole (Sanford, Florida) beat North Miami Beach (Florida) 38-0

No. 72 North Cobb (Georgia) – Idle

No. 73 Walton (Georgia) beat No. 134 Brookwood (Georgia) by forfeit COVID-19

No. 74 Lake Travis (Texas) beat No. 127 Judson (Texas) 52-20

No. 75 Edna Karr (Louisiana) vs. Madison Prep (Louisiana), cancelled COVID-19

No. 76 Trinity (Kentucky) lost to St. Rita (Illinois) 27-14

No. 77 Lowndes (Georgia) beat Lake Gibson (Florida) 58-47

No. 78 Denton Guyer (Texas) beat No. 25 Denton Ryan (Texas) 14-7 in OT

No. 79 Archibishop Rummel (Louisiana) vs. University Lab (Baton Rouge, Louisiana), cancelled Hurricane Ida

No. 80 Arlington Martin (Texas) beat Hebron (Texas) 59-15

No. 81 Milton (Georgia) beat No. 133 Life Christian Academy (Virginia) 34-14

No. 82 Oak Grove (Mississippi) beat Seminary (Mississippi) 43-7

No. 83 Belleville (Michigan) beat Dearborn (Michigan) 49-0

No. 84 Charlotte Catholic (North Carolina) – Idle

No. 85 Edgewater (Florida) lost to No. 88 Venice (Florida) 41-7

No. 86 Lee County (Georgia) beat East Ridge (Florida) 60-0

No. 87 Cocoa (Florida) beat Osceola (Kissimmee, Florida) 21-20

No. 88 Venice (Florida) beat No. 85 Edgewater (Florida) 41-7

No. 89 Hough (North Carolina) – Idle

No. 90 Oxford (Mississippi) beat South Panola (Mississippi) by forfeit due to COVID-19

No. 91 Jesuit (Florida) beat No. 4 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) 24-21

No. 92 Cherry Creek (Colorado) beat Pomona (Colorado) 31-0

No. 93 Oscar Smith (Virginia) – Idle

No. 94 Alcoa (Tennessee) beat Northview Academy (Tennessee) 63-8

No. 95 Orem (Utah) lost to Skyridge (Utah) 36-0

No. 96 Lakota West (Ohio) beat Oak Hills (Ohio) 43-17

No. 97 Highland Park (Texas) beat Flower Mound (Texas) 28-24

No. 98 Bartram Trail (Florida) beat No. 36 Columbus (Miami, Florida) 12-6

No. 99 Auburn (Alabama) beat Prattville (Alabama) 20-14

No. 100 Elder (Ohio) beats Beacon Hill (Virginia) 47-0

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