High School Football America Top 25 Scoreboard – October 9-11, 2014

High School Football America Top 25 Scoreboard

1. Allen Eagles (Texas) defeats Hebron (Texas) 44-10

2. Don Bosco Prep Ironmen (New Jersey) lost to #18 Paramus Catholic (New Jersey) 21-14

3. Booker T. Washington Tornadoes (Florida) defeated Northwestern (Florida) 27-12

4. De La Salle Spartans (California) defeated James Logan (California) 51-7

5. DeSoto Eagles (Texas) defeated Mansfield (Texas) 49-21

6. Bishop Gorman Gaels (Nevada) defeated Durango (Nevada) 77-0

7. St. John Bosco Braves (California) defeated #13 Mater Dei (California) 28-25

8. Miami Central Rockets (Florida) defeated Norland (Florida) 35-0

9. Folsom Bulldogs (California) defeated Nevada Union (California) 63-6

10. Bellevue Wolverines (Washington) defeated Juanita (Washington) 38-6

11. St. Thomas Aquinas Raiders (Florida) defeated Northeast (Florida) 63-0

12. Buford Wolves (Georgia) defeated North Hall (Georgia) 56-0

13. Mater Dei Monarchs (California) lost to #7 St. John Bosco (California) 28-25

14. Southlake Carroll Dragons (Texas) defeated Richland (Texas) 38-0

15. Colquitt County Packers (Georgia) defeated Lee County (Georgia) 58-14

16. South Panola Tigers (Mississippi) defeated Hernando (Mississippi) 52-3

17. Euless Trinity Trojans (Texas) defeated Bell (Texas) 48-3

18. Paramus Catholic Paladins (New Jersey) defeated #2 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey) 21-14

19. La Salle College HS Explorers (Pennsylvania) lost St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) 35-31

20. Warren Central Warriors (Indiana) lost to #24 Carmel (Indiana) 17-10

21.  Starkville Yellowjackets (Mississippi) defeated Greenville (Mississippi) 38-0

22. Skyline Raiders (Texas) defeated Nimitz (Texas) 56-0

23. La Salle Lancers (Ohio) lost to St. Xavier (Ohio) 24-21

24. Carmel Greyhounds (Indiana) defeated #20 Warren Central (Indiana) 17-10

25. Maryville Rebels (Tennessee) defeated  Lenior City (Tennessee) 45-6

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