High School Football America 100 welcomes four new teams

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The High School Football America 100 national rankings powered by BlackMP Living Water are still settling-in during the coronavirus pandemic that is messing with schedules across the nation. In our third in-season rankings for the 2020 regular season, four new teams enter the rankings that are created with our proprietary algorithm.

Coming into the Top 100 this week are: Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida) at No. 48, Delbarton (New Jersey) at No. 63, St. Thomas More (Louisiana) at No. 94 and Brideland (Texas) at No. 99. Delbarton, St. Thomas More and Bridgeland are making their first-ever appearances in our national rankings.

Read: On the Bubble (No. 101 through No. 125)

In Texas, Cedar Hill soars in the Top 100 from No. 97 to No. 50 after knocking-off former No. 32 Aledo 27-17.

Louisiana’s Edna Karr rockets 23 spots this week to No. 23 after another big win. The Cougars beat No. 83 John Curtis 36-33.

The week ahead features ten head-to-head matchups that may shake-up next week’s High School Football America 100.

  • No. 21 Miami Central (Florida) at No. 17 Northwestern (Miami, Florida)
  • No. 24 Hoover (Alabama) at No. 8 Thompson (Alabama)
  • No 49 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) at No. 41 Venice (Florida)
  • No. 52 Edgewater (Florida) at No. 82 Jones (Orlando, Florida)
  • No. 66 Bloomingdale (Florida) at No. 53 Lakeland (Florida)
  • No. 68 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey) at No. 65 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey)
  • No. 72 Hamilton (Arizona) at No. 43 Saguaro (Arizona)
  • No. 87 Elder (Ohio) at No. 39 St. Xavier (Florida)
  • No. 89 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida) at No. 5 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida)

High School Football America 100

October 18, 2020

Rank, Team, StateRecordLast Week
#1 North Shore (Houston, Texas)(4-0)1
#2 IMG Academy (Florida)(6-0)2
#3 Lowndes (Georgia)(5-0)3
#4 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania)(2-0)4
#5 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida)(1-0)5
#6 Pickerington Central (Ohio)(8-0)6
#7 Grayson (Georgia)(6-0)7
#8 Thompson (Alabama) (8-0)8
#9 Westlake (Austin, Texas)(4-0)9
#10 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey)(3-0)10
#11 Dutch Fork (South Carolina)(4-0)11
#12 Maryville (Tennessee)(8-0)12
#13 Katy (Texas)(3-0)13
#14 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio)(6-0)14
#15 Duncanville (Texas)(1-1)15
#16 Allen (Texas)(2-0)16
#17 Northwestern (Miami, Florida)(0-0)17
#18 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana)(2-0)18
#19 Center Grove (Indiana)(9-0)22
#20 Corner Canyon (Utah) (10-0)23
#21 Miami Central (Florida)(0-0)21
#22 Trinity (Kentucky)(4-0)24
#23 Edna Karr (Louisiana)(3-0)46
#24 Hoover (Alabama)(9-0)28
#25 Chandler (Arizona)(3-0)30
#26 Owasso (Oklahoma)(6-0)31
#27 Denton Ryan (Texas)(3-0)29
#28 Cathedral (Indiana)(8-1)25
#29 DeSoto (Texas)(2-0)35
#30 North Allegheny (Pennsylvania)(5-0)36
#31 Colquitt County (Georgia)(4-0)34
#32 Massillon Washington (Ohio)(6-1)33
#33 Bryant (Arkansas)(6-0)37
#34 Brentwood Academy (Tennessee)(8-0)38
#35 Mentor (Ohio)(7-1)39
#36 Denton Guyer (Texas)(2-1)40
#37 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey)(3-0)41
#38 Highland Park (Texas) (2-0)73
#39 St. Xavier (Ohio)(6-2)42
#40 Brookwood (Georgia) (6-0)43
#41 Venice (Florida)(6-1)48
#42 Lake Travis (Texas) (3-0)44
#43 Saguaro (Arizona)(2-0)49
#44 Norcross (Georgia)(6-0)50
#45 La Salle (Ohio)(5-2)52
#46 Rockwall (Texas)(3-1)20
#47 Southlake Carroll (Texas)(1-1)27
#48 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida)(4-1)HM
#49 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida)(3-1)26
#50 Cedar Hill (Texas)(2-0)97
#51 Oakland (Tennessee) (8-0)57
#52 Edgewater (Florida) (2-1)45
#53 Lakeland (Florida) (3-1)53
#54 Prosper (Texas) (2-0)54
#55 Lakota West (Ohio)(7-0)58
#56 Parkview (Georgia)(5-1)59
#57 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) (3-1)56
  #58 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama)(7-2)63
#59 Bixby (Oklahoma) (6-0)61
#60 Rockledge (Florida) (4-0)62
#61 De Smet (Missouri)(2-0)66
#62 Central Dauphin (Pennsylvania)(5-0)64
#63 Delbarton (New Jersey)(3-0)119
#64 Dublin Coffman (Ohio)(8-0)67
#65 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey) (1-2)51
#66 Bloomingdale (Florida)(5-0)70
#67 Aledo (Texas)(2-1)32
#68 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey)(1-2)55
#69 Alcoa (Tennessee)(7-1)69
#70 Manvel (Texas) (2-1)65
#71 Cedar Grove (Georgia)(3-0)71
#72 Hamilton (Arizona)(2-0)72
#73 Palmetto (Miami, Florida)(0-0)74
#74 Toledo Central Catholic (Ohio)(5-0)75
#75 Blessed Trinity (Georgia)(2-0)76
#76 Davison (Michigan)(5-0)77
#77 Auburn (Alabama) (8-0)78
#78 Acadiana (Louisiana)(3-0)79
#79 Carmel (Indiana)(7-2)80
#80 Oxford (Alabama) (7-1)81
#81 Pine-Richland (Pennsylvania)(5-0)82
#82 Jones (Orlando, Florida)(4-0)84
#83 North Little Rock (Arkansas)(6-0)86
#84 Cocoa (Florida)(4-0)89
#85 John Curtis (Louisiana)(1-2)83
#86 Covington Catholic (Kentucky) (5-0)88
#87 Elder (Ohio)(5-3)91
#88 Jenks (Oklahoma)(6-1)94
#89 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida)(2-0)95
#90 Milton (Georgia)(4-1)96
#91 St. Edward (Ohio)(6-2)19
#92 Lee County (Georgia)(5-1)98
#93 Massillon Perry (Ohio)(7-0)99
#94 St. Thomas More (Louisiana)(3-0)HM
#95 Lone Peak (Utah)(9-1)93
#96 Gaffney (South Carolina) (4-0)92
#97 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)(1-2)47
#98 Atascocita (Texas)(0-1)90
#99 Bridgeland (Texas) (4-0)101
#100 Dorman (South Carolina) (1-1)100

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

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