High School Football America Medium Schools Top 25

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Alcoa, winners of four straight Tennessee high school football state championships finishes as the No. 1 team in the High School Football America Medium Schools Top 25 that is created with our proprietary algorithm. The Tornadoes also finished No. 23 in our national rankings. Aloca, which plays in Tennessee’s Class 3A, completed a perfect season, which included a win over Class 6A state semifinalist Maryville, which finished No. 72 in the High School football America 100 national rankings.

Related: Stadium Project – Alcoa High School

Georgia 4A state champ Blessed Trinity finishes No. 2, followed by Georgia 3A champ Cedar Grove at No. 3, Arizona’s six-time state champ Saguaro at No. 4 and Florida 3A champ Chaminade-Madonna at No. 5.

High School Football America Medium Schools Top 25

No. 1 Alcoa (Tennessee) 15-0

No. 2 Blessed Trinity (Georgia) 15-0

No. 3 Cedar Grove (Georgia) 14-1

No. 4 Saguaro (Arizona) 13-1

No. 5 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) 12-2

No. 6 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida) 13-2

No. 7 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) 10-2*

No. 8 Eastside Catholic (Washington) 13-1

No. 9 Charlotte Christian (North Carolina) 11-0

No. 10 Rome (Georgia) 13-1

No. 11 Trinity Catholic (Missouri) 13-2

No. 12 Raines (Florida) 13-1

No. 13 Charlotte Catholic (North Carolina) 15-1

No. 14 Aliquippa (Pennsylvania) 14-1

No. 15 La Vega (Texas) 14-2

No. 16 Grace Brethren (California) 14-2

No. 17 Cathedral Prep (Erie, Pennsylvania) 13-3

No. 18 Orem (Utah) 12-2

No. 19 Wyoming (Ohio) 15-0

No. 20 Lawndale (California) 14-2

No. 21 Weddington (North Carolina) 15-1

No. 22 Cuero (Texas) 15-1

No. 23 Cary-Grove (Illinois) 14-0

No. 24 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida) 13-1

No. 25 Bainbridge (Georgia) 10-5

*Awarded forfeit victory over Carol City for its use of an ineligible player.

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

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Jeff Fisher
Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America. Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet. Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.