High School Football America 100 Scores – October 24-26, 2019

High school football america 100 scores

There been plenty of changes in the High School Football America 100 national rankings all season long, except right at the top where Southern California powers Mater Dei and St. John Bosco have held their preseason spots all season long. Friday night, our two-time defending “mythical” national champ Mater Dei travels Bellflower, California to battle No. 2 St. John Bosco.

Related: Mater Dei wins 38-24

Make sure you follow the game LIVE on Scorestream. Below you will be able to keep track of every final score within the Top 100.

High School Football America 100 Scoreboard

No. 1 Mater Dei (California) beat No. 2 St. John Bosco 38-24

No. 2 St. John Bosco (California) lost to No. 1 Mater Dei (California) 38-24

No. 3 St. Frances Academy (Maryland) beat St. Thomas More (Connecticut) 40-13

No. 4 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) beat Fort Lauderdale (Florida) 42-0

No. 5 Duncanville (Texas) beat White (Texas) 48-0

No. 6 Allen (Texas) beat Boyd (Texas) 24-0

No. 7 Lowndes (Georgia) beat Camden County (Georgia) 45-13

No. 8 John Curtis (Louisiana) beat Holy Cross (Louisiana) 62-31

No. 9 McEachern (Georgia) beat Kennesaw Mountain (Georgia) 42-7

No. 10 Katy (Texas) beat Cinco Ranch (Texas) 42-0

No. 11 De La Salle (California) – Idle

No. 12 Mentor (Ohio) beat Euclid (Ohio) 45-0

No. 13 IMG Academy (Florida) beat Norland (Florida) 35-0

No. 14 Mallard Creek (North Carolina) beat North Mecklenburg (North Carolina) 65-14

No. 15 Dutch Fork (South Carolina) – Idle

No. 16 Lakeland (Florida) beat Kathleen (Florida) 51-6

No. 17 Marietta (Georgia) beat North Cobb (Georgia) 63-35

No. 18 St. Edward (Ohio) beat Archbishop Moeller (Ohio) 34-7

No. 19 Good Counsel (Maryland) lost to No. 21 DeMatha (Maryland) 30-17

No. 20 Gonzaga (Washington, DC) beat Bishop McNamara (Maryland) 49-21

No. 21 DeMatha (Maryland) beat No. 19 Good Counsel (Maryland) 30-17

No. 22 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) beat Archbishop Ryan (Pennsylvania) 65-7

No. 23 Oakland (Tennessee) beat Coffee County (Tennessee) 80-6

No. 24 Longview (Texas) beat North Mesquite (Texas) 55-0

No. 25 North Shore (Texas) beat West Brook (Texas) 54-25

No. 26 Saint Louis (Hawaii) – Idle

No. 27 Thompson (Alabama) lost to Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama) 35-29

No. 28 Northwestern (Miami, Florida) beat Jackson (Miami, Florida) 49-6

No. 29 Colquitt County (Georgia) beat Tift County (Georgia) 49-7

No. 30 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey) beat Pope John XXIII (New Jersey) 41-0

No. 31 Grayson (Georgia) beat Newton (Georgia) 30-14

No. 32 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey) lost to Seton Hall Prep (New Jersey) 28-27

No. 33 Miami Central (Florida) lost to Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) 27-7

No. 34 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey) beat Paramus Catholic (New Jersey) 50-12

No. 35 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio) beat Walsh Jesuit (Ohio) 42-21

No. 36 St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC) – Idle

No. 37 Helix (California) beat Granite Hills (California) 49-27

No. 38 Valdosta (Georgia) lost to Lee County (Georgia) 53-50

No. 39 Bishop Gorman (Nevada) beat Spring Valley (Nevada) 56-0

No. 40 Southlake Carroll (Texas) beat Central (Texas) 35-7

No. 41 Hoover (Alabama) beat Mountain Brook (Alabama) 34-10

No. 42 Folsom (California) beat Grant Union (California) 62-17

No. 43 Central (Phenix City, Alabama) beat Auburn (Alabama) 34-7

No. 44 Cathedral Catholic (San Diego, California) – Idle

No. 45 Corona Centennial (California) beat King (California) 42-0

No. 46 Denton Guyer (Texas) beat Eaton (Texas) 56-20

No. 47 Mission Viejo (California) beat San Clemente (California) 38-6

No. 48 Chandler (Arizona) beat Tucson (Arizona) 49-0

No. 49 Saguaro (Arizona) beat Seton Catholic (Arizona) 66-0

No. 50 Lone Star (Texas) Centennial (Texas) 62-10

No. 51 Male (Kentucky) beat Bullitt East (Kentucky) 50-0

No. 52 Owasso (Oklahoma) beat Mustang (Oklahoma) 24-10

No. 53 Massillon Washington (Ohio) beat Louisville (Ohio) 24-0

No. 54 Corner Canyon (Utah) – Idle

No. 55 Myers Park (North Carolina) beat East Mecklenburg (North Carolina) 41-0

No. 56 Aledo (Texas) beat University (Texas) 77-10

No. 57 North Gwinnett (Georgia) beat Duluth (Georgia) 64-6

No. 58 Armwood (Florida) beat East Bay (Florida) 49-0

No. 59 Highland Park (Texas) beat Sunset (Texas) 79-0

No. 60 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) beat Hallandale (Florida) 53-0

No. 61 St. Ignatius (Ohio) lost to No. 93 St. Xavier (Ohio) 13-10

No. 62 Deerfield Beach (Florida) beat Monarch (Florida) 41-0

No. 63 Denton Ryan (Texas) beat Turner (Texas) 42-0

No. 64 Grace Brethren (Simi Valley, California) lost to No. 92 Sierra Canyon (California) 13-7

No. 65 Lake Travis (Texas) beat Del Valle (Texas) 54-21

No. 66 Highland Springs (Virginia) beat Atlee (Virginia) 35-0

No. 67 Westlake (Austin, Texas) beat Hays (Texas) 67-7

No. 68 Centennial (Arizona) beat Kellis (Arizona) 56-0

No. 69 Bryant (Arkansas) beat Cabot (Arkansas) 55-10

No. 70 Hillgrove (Georgia) beat North Paulding (Georgia) 44-17

No. 71 East St. Louis (Illinois) beat Naperville Central (Illinois) 66-21

No. 72 Cartersville (Georgia) beat Chapel Hill (Georgia) 41-6

No. 73 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) beat St. Amant (Louisiana) 56-12

No. 74 Herriman (Utah) – Idle

No. 75 Elder (California) beat Football North (Canada) 31-20

No. 76 McCallie (Tennessee) lost to Clearwater Academy (Florida) 18-8

No. 77 Servite (California) beat Santa Margarita (California) 27-0

No. 78 Booker T. Washington (Miami, Florida) beat Edison (Florida) 28-6

No. 79 JSerra (California) beat Orange Lutheran (California) 19-0

No. 80 Bartram Trail (Florida) beat Sandalwood (Florida) 49-21

No. 81 Muskegon (Michigan) beat Reeths-Puffer (Michigan) 56-0

No. 82 Rockwall (Texas) beat Tyler (Texas) 35-32

No. 83 Trinity (Kentucky) beat Eastern (Kentucky) 44-0

No. 84 Arlington Martin (Texas) beat Trimble Tech (Texas) 61-0

No. 85 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana) vs. St. Augustine (Louisiana) 16-12

No. 86 Narbonne (California) beat Carson (California) 52-3

No. 87 Maryville (Tennessee) beat McMinn County (Tennessee) 30-0

No. 88 Parkview (Georgia) beat Brookwood (Georgia) 50-19

No. 89 Covington Catholic (Kentucky) beat Conner (Kentucky) 45-7

No. 90 Edna Karr (Louisiana) beat Landry-Walker (Louisiana) 18-14

No. 91 La Salle (Ohio) lost to Winton Woods (Ohio) 26-21

No. 92 Sierra Canyon (California) beat No. 64 Grace Brethren (Simi Valley, California) 13-7

No. 93 St. Xavier (Ohio) beat St. Ignatius (Ohio) 13-10

No. 94 Cathedral (Indianapolis, Indiana)

No. 95 Colerain (Ohio) beat Lakota East (Ohio) 34-3

No. 96 Coatesville (Pennsylvania) lost to Downingtown East (Pennsylvania) 28-24

No. 97 Whitehaven (Tennessee) beat Germantown (Tennessee) 39-0

No. 98 Buford (Georgia) – Idle

No. 99 De Smet (Missouri) beat Helias Catholic (Missouri) 49-3

No. 100 Carol City (Florida) – Idle

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