How the HSFA 100 fared – September 16-18, 2021

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With the top two teams in the nation on bye weeks, we know there won’t be any changes at the very top of the new High School Football America 100 that will be released on Sunday. However, there are eleven head-to-head Top 100 games this weekend that will reshape the national rankings powered by NFL Play Football.

Heading into the weekend, all eyes were on the top quarter of the rankings after three straight weekends of four losses, each weekend, inside the Top 25.

Below are all of the Top 100 scores.

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No. 1 Mater Dei (California) – Idle

No. 2 Westlake (Texas) – Idle

No. 3 Thompson (Alabama) beat No. 31 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama) 42-9

No. 4 IMG Academy (Florida) beat No. 73 Jones (Orlando, Florida) 62-3

No. 5 St. John Bosco (California) beat No. 92 Oscar Smith (Virginia) 49-0

No. 6 Southlake Carroll (Texas) beat No. 69 Arlington Martin (Texas) 31-7

No. 7 Gonzaga (Washington, DC) lost to No. 49 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) 35-3

No. 8 Katy (Texas) beat The Woodlands (Texas) 21-14

No. 9 Center Grove (Indiana) beat North Central (Indiana) 53-7

No. 10 St. Xavier (Ohio) beat Archbishop Moeller (Ohio) 49-16

No. 11 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey) beat No. 121 Delbarton (New Jersey) 28-19

No. 12 Bishop Gorman (Nevada) loxg go No. 46 Hamilton (Arizona) 25-24

No. 13 Oakland (Tennessee) beat Siegel (Tennessee) 49-7

No. 14 Chambers (North Carolina) beat West Mecklenburg (North Carolina) 64-6

No. 15 Hoover (Alabama) beat Oak Mountain (Alabama) 28-21

No. 16 Dutch Fork (South Carolina) beat Greenwood (South Carolina) 56-16

No. 17 Cathedral (Indiana) beat Columbus North (Indiana) 37-13

No. 18 Chandler (Arizona) beat Sandra Day O’Connor (Arizona) 36-14

No. 19 Jesuit (Florida) beat Hillsborough (Florida) 28-7

No. 20 St. Edward (Ohio) beat No. 116 Massillon Washington (Ohio) 35-18

No. 21 Corner Canyon (Utah) beat No. 167 American Fork (Utah) 51-22

No. 22 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) beat Monsignor Pace (Florida) 56-6

No. 23 Buford (Georgia) lost to No. 59 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) 7-0

No. 24 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) beat West Monroe (Louisiana) 30-19

No. 25 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida) beat Buchholz (Florida) 16-7

No. 26 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey) beat No. 143 Seton Hall Prep (New Jersey) 22-21

No. 27 Servite (California) beat No. 101 Sierra Canyon (California) 44-22

No. 28 Collins Hill (Georgia) beat Alpharetta (Georgia) 42-0

No. 29 Miami Central (Florida) beat Miami Springs (Florida) 53-0

No. 30 St. Frances Academy (Maryland) beat No. 60 Good Counsel (Maryland) 50-7

No. 31 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama) lost to No. 3 Thompson 42-9

No. 32 Rockwall (Texas) lost to No. 95 Highland Park (Texas) 52-31

No. 33 Bixby (Oklahoma) beat Stillwater (Oklahoma) 42-14

No. 34 Denton Guyer (Texas) beat No. 65 Atascocita (Texas) 46-35

No. 35 Venice (Florida) beat Sarasota (Florida) 49-13

No. 36 Saguaro (Arizona) – Idle

No. 37 Northwestern (Miami, Florida) beat Belen Jesuit (Florida) 42-14

No. 38 Bryant (Arkansas) lost to Longview (Texas) 24-21

No. 39 Denton Ryan (Texas) beat Denton (Texas) 55-28

No. 40 St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC) vs. Life Christian Academy (Virginia) 31-0

No. 41 Corona Centennial (California) beat Long Beach Poly (California) 52-7

No. 42 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida) beat Clearwater International Academy (Florida) 53-50 in OT

No. 43 Bridgeland (Texas) – Idle

No. 44 Jenks (Oklahoma) – Idle

No. 45 North Cobb (Georgia) beat Etowah (Georgia) 42-0

No. 46 Hamilton (Arizona) beat No. 12 Bishop Gorman (Nevada) 25-24

No. 47 Milton (Georgia) – Idle

No. 48 Seminole (Sanford, Florida) beat Flagler Palm Coast (Florida) 27-3

No. 49 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) beat No. 7 Gonzaga (Washington, DC) 35-3

No. 50 John Curtis (Louisiana) lost to No. 88 Edna Karr (Louisiana) 33-19

No. 51 Duncanville (Texas) beat No. 138 DeSoto (Texas) 42-21

No. 52 Aledo (Texas) beat Burleson (Texas) 56-14

No. 53 Acadiana (Louisiana) lost to Lafayette Christian (Louisiana) 14-13

No. 54 Male (Kentucky) beat Trinity (Kentucky) 24-10

No. 55 Treasure Coast (Florida) beat Bishop Moore (Florida) 26-7

No. 56 Warner Robins (Georgia) beat Houston County (Georgia) 49-9

No. 57 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) – Idle

No. 58 Maryville (Tennessee) beat Bearden (Texas) 42-6

No. 59 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) beat No. 23 Buford (Georgia) 7-0

No. 60 Good Counsel (Maryland) lost to No. 30 St. Frances Academy (Maryland) 50-7

No. 61 St. Francis (Mountain View, California) – Idle

No. 62 Colquitt County (Georgia) beat Heritage (Georgia) 55-0

No. 63 De La Salle (California) beat No. 187 Cathedral Catholic (San Diego, California) 49-21

No. 64 Lee County (Georgia) beat Lithia Springs (Georgia) 57-14

No. 65 Atascocita (Texas) lost to No. 34 Denton Guyer (Texas) 46-35

No. 66 La Salle (Ohio) beat Dupont Manual (Kentucky) 28-24

No. 67 Lake Travis (Texas) beat San Marcos (Texas) 45-6

No. 68 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio) lost to No. 176 St. Ignatius (Ohio) 33-27

No. 69 Arlington Martin (Texas) lost to No. 6 Southlake Carroll (Texas) 31-7

No. 70 Allen (Texas) beat Tyler Legacy (Texas) 49-28

No. 71 Edgewater (Florida) beat East Ridge (Florida) 63-0

No. 72 Westfield (Texas) – Idle

No. 73 Jones (Orlando, Florida) lost to No. 4 IMG Academy (Florida) 62-3

No. 74 North Shore (Texas) beat Klein Oak (Texas) 58-34

No. 75 Oak Grove (Mississippi) lost to No. 115 Greenville Christian (Mississippi) 48-41

No. 76 Cocoa (Florida) – Idle

No. 77 Brother Martin (Louisiana) beat East Ascension (Louisiana) 8-7

No. 78 Cherry Creek (Colorado) beat Arvada West (Colorado) 52-21

No. 79 Cartersville (Georgia) beat Cherokee (Georgia) 24-14

No. 80 Euless Trinity (Texas) beat Boswell (Texas) 55-20

No. 81 Creekside (Georgia) beat Drew (Georgia) 41-0

No. 82 La Salle College HS (Pennsylvania) beat Haverford (Pennsylvania) 44-0

No. 83 Westlake (Atlanta, Georgia) beat Mays (Georgia) 56-6

No. 84 Imhotep Charter (Pennsylvania) – Idle

No. 85 DeMatha (Maryland) beat Friendship Collegiate (Washington, DC) 38-0

No. 86 Grayson (Georgia) beat Harrison (Georgia) 31-20

No. 87 East St. Louis (Illinois) beat Belleville East (Illinois) 56-0

No. 88 Edna Karr (Louisiana) beat No. 50 John Curtis (Louisiana) 33-19

No. 89 Hough (North Carolina) beat North Mecklenburg (North Carolina) 53-14

No. 90 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana) beat Slidell (Louisiana) 12-11

No. 91 Pickerington Central (Ohio) beat Hilliard Bradley (Ohio) 38-21

No. 92 Oscar Smith (Virginia) lost to No. 5 St. John Bosco (California) 49-0

No. 93 Alcoa (Tennessee) won by forfeit over Pigeon Forge (Tennessee) due to COVID-19

No. 94 Lakota West (Ohio) beat Hamilton (Ohio) 49-13

No. 95 Highland Park (Texas) beat No. 32 Rockwall (Texas) 52-31

No. 96 Auburn (Alabama) beat Jeff Davis (Alabama) 40-7

No. 97 Mount Carmel (Chicago, Illinois) beat Casey-Westfield (Illinois) 43-7

No. 98 Rockledge (Florida) beat Bayside 31-7

No. 99 Loyola Academy (Illinois) beat Brother Rice (Illinois) 46-43

No. 100 Valor Christian (Colorado) beat Mullen (Colorado) 42-7

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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.