High School Football America Bay Area Top 25 – Week 5

Bay Area Top 25
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It will be a fairly quiet week on the field in the High School Football America Bay Area Top 25.  It’s bye week for many of the teams.

Top-ranked De La Salle will be in action taking-on No. 12 Bishop O’Dowd.  De La Salle is currently ranked No. 16 in the High School Football America Top 100 national rankings.

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In the other Top 25 game, No. 18 Serra will square-off with No. 20 Bellarmine.

No. 3 Pittsburg is on its bye week, but will dive into Bay Valley league play on October 6 when the Pirates face No. 4 Freedom.  Five of the six teams in the Bay Valley are ranked in the Top 25 — No. 9 Liberty, No. 11 Antioch and No. 20 Heritage.

High School Football America Bay Area Top 25

No. 1 De La Salle 4-1

No. 2 San Ramon Valley 4-0

No. 3 Pittsburg 3-1

No. 4 Freedom 5-0

No. 5 Valley Christian 3-1

No. 6 Milpitas 5-0

No. 7 St. Francis (Mountain View) 2-2

No. 8 Clayton Valley 3-2

No. 9 Liberty 4-1

No. 10 Marin Catholic 4-0

No. 11 Antioch 4-1

No. 12 Bishop O’Dowd 3-1

No. 13 Rancho Cotate 4-0

No. 14 Cardinal Newman 3-1

No. 15 California 3-1

No. 16 Archbishop Mitty 3-1

No. 17 Campolindo 3-2

No. 18 Serra (San Mateo) 2-2

No. 19 Amador Valley 3-2

No. 20 Heritage 5-0

No. 21 Bellarmine 2-2

No. 22 McClymonds 5-0

No. 23 Menlo-Atherton 2-2

No. 24 Acalanes 5-0

No. 25 Miramonte 5-0

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

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