How strong is Louisiana high school football in 2020? Undefeated Carencro drops-out of the latest High school Football America Louisiana Top 10.
This week’s changes at the bottom are due to Scotlandville’s 13-12 upset of Zachary, dropping the Broncos from No. 8 to No. 9 this week. The loss snapped Zachary’s 20-game district win streak. The Hornets picked-up the win by driving 95-yards in 15 plays to run-out the clock at the end of the game.
Zachary entered the game with 16 players sidelined due to COVID-19, which has led to its final two games being canceled. Scotlandville is also canceling its final two games.
As far as the week ahead, Carencro can make its way back into the statewide rankings that are created with our proprietary algorithm. The Bears host No. 6 St. Thomas More.
The Carencro/STM game is one of two head-to-head Top 10 matchups. the other is No. 4 Archbishop Rummel vs. No. 5 John Curtis.
Acadiana is leading the way nationally at No. 49. Edna Karr is No. 51 in the High School Football America 100, followed by Rummel at No. 70, John Curtis at No. 74, St. Thomas More at No. 78, Catholic (Baton Rouge) at No. 82, Scotlandville at No. 103, Zachary at No. 105, St. Augustine at No. 106 and Carencro at No. 112.
High School Football America Louisiana Top 10
No. 1 Acadiana (5-0), LW: #1
No. 2 Edna Karr (4-1), LW: #2
No. 3 Brother Martin (6-0), LW: #3
No. 4 Archbishop Rummel (4-1), LW: #4
No. 5 John Curtis (4-2), LW: #5
No. 6 St. Thomas More (6-0), LW: #6
No. 7 Catholic (Baton Rouge) (4-2), LW: #7
No. 8 Scotlandville (6-0), LW: NR
No. 9 Zachary (4-1), LW: #8
No. 10 St. Augustine (2-2), LW: #9
Dropped-out: No. 10 Carencro (6-0)
Editor’s Note: The High School Football America national, regional and state rankings are developed using our proprietary algorithm.