How the Top 100 fared – August 26-29, 2021

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With the regular season opening in Florida and Texas this weekend, a large portion of the High School Football America 100, powered by NFL Play Football, the NFL’s initiative to provide fun and engaging experience for players of all ages and skill levels, is in action this weekend.

In all, there are eight head-to-head matchups in the Top 100 and below you can see how every team fared this weekend.

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No. 1 Mater Dei (California) beat No. 14 Duncanville (Texas) 45-3

No. 2 Westlake (Texas) beat Temple (Texas) 54-13

No. 3 Thompson (Alabama) beat Sparkman (Alabama) 55-0

No. 4 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) beat No. 32 St. Frances Academy (Maryland) 38-23

No. 5 IMG Academy (Florida) beat Bishop Sycamore (Ohio) 58-0

No. 6 St. John Bosco (California) beat Alemany (California) 24-3

No. 7 Southlake Carroll (Texas) beat No. 86 Highland Park (Texas) 45-21

No. 8 Gonzaga (Washington, DC) beat Friendship Collegiate (Washington, DC) 37-0

No. 9 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) – Idle

No. 10 Katy (Texas) beat Clear Springs (Texas) 40-7

No. 11 Center Grove (Indiana) beat Decatur Central (Indiana) 56-7

No. 12 St. Xavier (Ohio) beat Colerain (Ohio) 42-7

No. 13 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey) beat No. 16 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio) 42-7

No. 14 Duncanville (Texas) lost to Mater Dei (California) 45-3

No. 15 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) lost to No. 149 Treasure Coast (Florida) 29-21

No. 16 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio) lost to No. 13 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey) 42-7

No. 17 Dutch Fork (South Carolina) vs. Irmo (South Carolina), cancelled due to the death of OL Jack Alkhatib

No. 18 North Shore (Texas) beat No. 127 Shadow Creek (Texas) 33-10

No. 19 Chandler (Arizona) – Idle

No. 20 Oakland (Tennessee) beat Madison-Ridgeland Academy (Mississippi) 31-13

No. 21 Chambers (North Carolina) beat No. 138 Highland Springs (Virginia) 24-13

No. 22 Corner Canyon (Utah) beat Bingham (Utah) 35-7

No. 23 Hoover (Alabama) beat Alpharetta (Georgia) 35-7

No. 24 Denton Ryan (Texas) beat No. 168 Longview (Texas) 40-7

No. 25 Cardinals Gibbons (Florida) vs. No. 90 Venice (Florida), PPD to 10/23

No. 26 De La Salle (California) beat St. Mary’s (Stockton, California) 52-16

No. 27 DeMatha (Maryland) beat Holy Spirit (New Jersey) 28-7

No. 28 La Salle (Ohio) beat Winton Woods (Ohio) 21-7

No. 29 Cathedral (Indiana) beat No. 192 Brownsburg (Indiana) 20-7

No. 30 Miami Central (Florida) – Idle

No. 31 Northwestern (Miami, Florida) beat Champagnat Catholic (Florida) 35-13

No. 32 St. Frances Academy (Maryland) lost No. 4 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) 38-23

No. 33 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey) beat Paramus Catholic (New Jersey) 61-0

No. 34 Buford (Georgia) beat Clarke Central (Georgia) 16-3

No. 35 Saguaro (Arizona) – Idle

No. 36 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama) beat Saraland (Alabama) 41-0

No. 37 Allen (Texas) beat Plano East (Texas) 56-30

No. 38 Colquitt County (Georgia) lost to No. 161 Westlake (Georgia) 31-24

No. 39 Bryant (Arkansas) beat Benton (Arkansas) 42-3

No. 40 St. Thomas More (Louisiana) – Idle

No. 41 Rockwall (Texas) beat No. 103 Cedar Hill (Texas) 42-29

No. 42 Good Counsel (Maryland) beat No. 57 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey) 28-21

No. 43 Milton (Georgia) lost to No. 110 North Cobb (Georgia) 41-20

No. 44 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida) beat Raines (Florida) 24-18

No. 45 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) beat Western (Florida) 30-13

No. 46 John Curtis (Louisiana) – Idle

No. 47 St. Edward (Ohio) beat Rock Creek Christian (Maryland) 56-18

No. 48 Servite (California) beat No. 104 Mission Viejo (California) 44-7

No. 49 Columbus (Miami, Florida) beat Benedictine Military (Georgia) 42-27

No. 50 Pickerington Central (Ohio) beat No. 100 Elder (Ohio) 28-10

No. 51 Bixby (Oklahoma) beat Mansfield Timberview (Texas) 69-14

No. 52 DeSoto (Texas) lost to Judson (Texas) 35-28

No. 53 Jenks (Oklahoma) beat Mansfield Summit (Texas) 20-14

No. 54 Collins Hill (Georgia) wins by forfeit over Sprayberry (Georgia)

No. 55 Bridgeland (Texas) beat Klein Cain (Texas) 54-14

No. 56 Sierra Canyon (California) beat Oaks Christian (California) 21-9

No. 57 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey) lost to No. 42 Good Counsel (Maryland) 28-21

No. 58 Aledo (Texas) beat Weatherford (Texas) 47-7

No. 59 Warner Robins (Georgia) beat Archer (Georgia) 50-34

No. 60 Bishop Gorman (Nevada) vs. Bishop Manogue (Nevada), cancelled due to poor air conditions in Reno

No. 61 Brother Martin (Louisiana) – Idle

No. 62 Hamilton (Arizona) – Idle

No. 63 Acadiana (Louisiana) – Idle

No. 64 Euless Trinity (Texas) beat Arlington Lamar (Texas) 45-27

No. 65 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) – Idle

No. 66 Maryville (Tennessee) beat Powell (Tennessee) 52-31

No. 67 Male (Kentucky) beat Ballard (Kentucky) 51-14

No. 68 Brentwood Academy (Tennessee) lost to Christ Presbyterian Academy (Tennessee) 21-17

No. 69 Manvel (Texas) lost to Dickinson (Texas) 45-42

No. 70 Edna Karr (Louisiana) – Idle

No. 71 Seminole (Sanford, Florida) beat Riverview (Florida) 35-6

No 72 Carmel (Indiana) beat No. 175 ML King (Detroit, Michigan) 42-40

No. 73 Jones (Orlando, Florida) beat Dr. Phillips (Florida) 48-13

No. 74 Oak Grove (Mississippi) – Idle

No. 75 Walton (Georgia) beat Pope (Georgia) 34-7

No. 76 Trinity (Kentucky) – Idle

No. 77 Lowndes (Georgia) beat Griffin (Georgia) 44-34

No. 78 Denton Guyer (Texas) beat Hebron (Texas) 46-17

No. 79 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana) – Idle

No. 80 Arlington Martin (Texas) lost to No. Lake Travis (Texas) 40-28

No. 81 St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC) beat No. 123 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey) 27-6

No. 82 Lake Travis (Texas) beat No. 80 Arlington Martin (Texas) 40-28

No. 83 Belleville (Michigan) beat Plymouth (Michigan) 62-7

No. 84 Charlotte Catholic (North Carolina) beat Hickory Ridge (North Carolina) 34-19

No. 85 Lakota West (Ohio) beat West Clermont (Ohio) 45-7

No. 86 Highland Park (Texas) lost to No. 7 Southlake Carroll (Texas) 45-21

No. 87 Edgewater (Florida) beat Bishop Moore (Florida) 49-6

No. 88 Lee County (Georgia) beat Jackson (Atlanta, Georgia) 64-0

No. 89 Blessed Trinity (Georgia) lost to Marist (Georgia) 28-13

No. 90 Venice (Florida) vs. No. 25 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida), PPD to 10/23

No. 91 Cocoa (Florida) beat No. 188 Vero Beach (Florida) 42-41 in OT

No. 92 Pearland Dawson (Texas) lost to Clear Falls (Texas) 31-7

No. 93 Hough (North Carolina) beat Mooresville (North Carolina) 48-9

No. 94 Oxford (Mississippi) beat Brandon (Mississippi) 24-17

No. 95 Jesuit (Florida) beat West Port (Florida)

No. 96 Cherry Creek (Colorado) beat Doherty (Colorado) 42-0

No. 97 Oscar Smith (Virginia) bat Deep Creek (Virginia) 49-3

No. 98 Alcoa (Tennessee) beats Gatlinburg-Pittman (Tennessee) 56-7

No. 99 Orem (Utah) beat Pleasant Grove (Utah) 42-16

No. 100 Elder (Ohio) lost to No. 50 Pickerington Central (Ohio) 28-10

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