HSFA 100 High School Football Scores – September 23-25, 2021

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Keep up with all of this weekend’s High School Football America 100 scores. Our national rankings, regional and state are powered by NFL Play Football.

Below you can check-out recaps from our Games of the Week.

Saturday Games

No. 73 La Salle College HS (Pennsylvania) will head into next week’s showdown with No. 48 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) with a perfect 5-0 mark after beating McDonogh (Maryland) 38-14.

Friday Night Games

Look for Hough to make a big jump in the new HSFA 100 that will be released on Sunday. The Huskies used a great defense to beat two-time defending North Carolina 4AA champ Chambers 16-10.

During the Spring 2021 season, Hough beat Chambers during the regular season (29-22), but two weeks later the Cougars won in the playoffs (24-10) on the way two their second straight state championship.

In Florida, No. 79 Cocoa edged No. 50 Treasure Coast 56-55 by going for a two point conversion in the second overtime. The game-ender capped an incredible comeback for the Tigers, who trailed 28-7 after one quarter.

In New Jersey, No. 10 Bergen Catholic beat arch-rival No. 146 Don Bosco Prep 17-0. The Crusaders were led by Ryan Butler, who ran for a pair of short touchdowns.

BC’s win snapped a two-game losing streak to DBP.

In the other Jersey showdown, No. 23 St. Peter’s Prep needed its special teams in a 10-7 win over No. 106 DePaul Catholic (New Jersey). SPP senior CJ Wesley returned a deflected field goal attempt and ran 97 yards for the only Marauders’ touchdown.

In Georgia, defending 5A champ Warner Robins roared by 6A runner-up Lee County 56-30. Warner Robins entered the game ranked No. 51 in our Top 100. Lee County started the game ranked No. 60 in the nation.

Thursday Night Games

The biggest game on Thursday was the public/private showdown between No. 11 Oakland and No. 159 Lipscomb Academy. Both teams entered the game without a loss.

After falling behind 21-7, Oakland roared back behind star running back Jordan James, who has given his verbal to Georgia. Jones ran for 200 yards with two touchdowns.

At the end of the game, the Oakland defense had to stop Boston College commit Alex Broome at the 2 yard line to seal the victory. It was the Patriots’ 51 straight win at home.

High School Football America 100 Scores

No. 1 Mater Dei (California) beat La Mirada (California) 58-7

No. 2 Westlake (Austin, Texas) beat Del Valle (Texas) 63-6

No. 3 Thompson (Alabama) beat Mountain Brook (Alabama) 51-0

No. 4 IMG Academy (Florida) beat Springfield Central (Massachusetts) 49-0

No. 5 St. John Bosco (California) – Idle

No. 6 Southlake Carroll (Texas) beat Byron Nelson (Texas) 68-7

No. 7 Katy (Texas) beat Seven Lakes (Texas) 45-3

No. 8 Center Grove (Indiana) beat Lawrence Central (Indiana) 48-0

No. 9 St. Xavier (Ohio) beat Elder (Ohio) 52-14

No. 10 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey) beat No. 148 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey) 17-0

No. 11 Oakland (Tennessee) beat No. 159 Lipscomb Academy (Tennessee) 29-21

No. 12 Chambers (North Carolina) lost to No. 84 Hough (North Carolina) 16-10

No. 13 Hoover (Alabama) beat Prattville (Alabama) 35-16

No. 14 Chandler (Arizona) beat Liberty (Arizona) 41-21

No. 15 Dutch Fork (South Carolina) beat Spartanburg (South Carolina) 42-13

No. 16 Cathedral (Indiana) beat Morton (Indiana) 51-0

No. 17 St. Edward (Ohio) beat Beacon Hill (Virginia) 58-0

No. 18 Jesuit (Florida) beat Plant City (Florida) 35-13

No. 19 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) beat Western (Florida) 31-21

No. 20 Hamilton (Arizona) beat Centennial (Arizona) 33-15

No. 21 Bishop Gorman (Nevada) beat Arbor View (Nevada) 52-0

No. 22 Corner Canyon (Utah) beat Skyridge (Utah) 38-23

No. 23 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey) beat No. 106 DePaul Catholic (New Jersey) 10-7

No. 24 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) beat Warren Easton (Louisiana) 39-14

No. 25 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida) beat Calvary Christian Academy (Florida) 35-21

No. 26 Collins Hill (Georgia) beat East Coweta (Georgia) 34-0

No. 27 Servite (California) beat Helix (California) 42-7

No. 28 St. Frances Academy (Maryland) – Idle

No. 29 Miami Central (Florida) beat North Miami Beach 49-28

No. 30 Bixby (Oklahoma) beat Bartlesville (Oklahoma) 71-0

No. 31 Denton Guyer (Texas) beat McKinney (Texas) 44-26

No. 32 Venice (Florida) beat Palmetto (Florida) 42-10

No. 33 St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC) beat Archbishop Wood (Pennsylvania) 38-0

No. 34 Corona Centennial (California) beat Citrus Valley (California) 63-20

No. 35 Saguaro (Arizona) lost to Chaparral (Arizona) 27-26

No. 36 Northwestern (Miami, Florida) beat Jackson (Miami, Florida) 56-0

No. 37 Denton Ryan (Texas) beat Wakeland (Texas) 27-3

No. 38 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida) beat Columbia (Florida) 26-13

No. 39 Bridgeland (Texas) beat Langham Creek (Texas) 48-16

No. 40 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) – Idle

No. 41 Jenks (Oklahoma) beat Enid (Oklahoma) 49-6

No. 42 Buford (Georgia) beat Central Gwinnett (Georgia) 41-0

No. 43 Seminole (Sanford, Florida) beat Mainland (Florida) 27-13

No. 44 North Cobb (Georgia) beat North Gwinnett (Georgia) 40-19

No. 45 Duncanville (Texas) beat Midway (Texas) 76-0

No. 46 Milton (Georgia) beat McEachern (Georgia) 42-29

No. 47 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) – Idle

No. 48 Aledo (Texas) beat Everman (Texas) 51-7

No. 49 Male (Kentucky) beat Butler (Kentucky) 47-6

No. 50 Treasure Coast lost to No. 79 Cocoa (Florida) 56-55 in 2 OTs

No. 51 Warner Robins (Georgia) beat No. 60 Lee County (Georgia) 56-30

No. 52 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) – Idle

No. 53 La Salle (Ohio) lost to Archbishop Moeller (Ohio) 28-14

No. 54 Maryville (Tennessee) beat Science Hill (Tennessee) 41-17

No. 55 Gonzaga (Washington, DC) lost to Archbishop Spalding (Maryland) 20-13 in OT

No. 56 Edna Karr (Louisiana) beat Scotlandville (Louisiana) 48-33

No. 57 St. Francis (Mountain View, California) beat St. Ignatius (California) 33-0

No. 58 Colquitt County (Georgia) beat Northside (Warner Robins, Georgia) 52-7

No. 59 De La Salle (California) – Idle

No. 60 Lee County (Georgia) lost to No. 51 Warner Robins (Georgia) 56-30

No. 61 Edgewater (Florida) beat No. 136 Apopka (Florida) 16-7

No. 62 Highland Park (Texas) – Idle

No. 63 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama) beat Huffman (Alabama) 60-19

No. 64 Rockwall (Texas) lost to No. 115 Rockwall-Heath (Texas) 79-71 in 2 OTs

No. 65 Brother Martin (Louisiana) beat Jesuit (Louisiana) 20-14 in 3 OTs

No. 66 Cherry Creek (Colorado) beat Regis Jesuit (Colorado) 34-14

No. 67 Atascocita (Texas) beat Humble (Texas) 52-0

No. 68 Cartersville (Georgia) – Idle

No. 69 Lake Travis (Texas) – Idle

No. 70 East St. Louis (Illinois) beat O’Fallon (Illinois) 48-2

No. 71 Allen (Texas) – Idle

No. 72 Westfield (Texas) beat Benjamin Davis (Texas) 56-0

No. 73 La Salle College HS (Pennsylvania) beat McDonogh (Maryland) 38-14

No. 74 North Shore (Texas) beat West Brook (Texas) 44-7

No. 75 Euless Trinity (Texas) beat LD Bell (Texas) 48-0

No. 76 Creekside (Georgia) beat Tri-Cities (Georgia) 55-0

No. 77 Jones (Orlando, Florida) beat Oak Ridge (Florida) 50-0

No. 78 Westlake (Atlanta, Georgia) beat Shiloh (Georgia) 26-6

No. 79 Cocoa (Florida) beat No. 50 Treasure Coast (Florida) 56-55 in 2 OTs

No. 80 Arlington Martin (Texas) beat Arlington (Texas) 65-17

No. 81 Imhotep Charter (Pennsylvania) beat Simon Gratz (Pennsylvania) 50-7

No. 82 DeMatha (Maryland) – Idle

No. 83 Grayson (Georgia) lost to No. 142 Mill Creek (Georgia) 28-14

No. 84 Hough (North Carolina) beat No. 12 Chambers (North Carolina) 16-10

No. 85 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana) beat Calvary Baptist (Louisiana) 23-14

No. 86 Pickerington Central (Ohio) beat Newark (Ohio) 67-0

No. 87 Good Counsel (Maryland) beat Mount St. Joseph (Maryland) 29-21

No. 88 John Curtis (Louisiana) beat St. Augustine (Louisiana) 42-16

No. 89 Greenville Christian (Mississippi) beat Riverside (Mississippi) 44-0

No. 90 Auburn (Alabama) beat Bob Jones (Alabama) 42-21

No. 91 Alcoa (Tennessee) beat West (Knoxville, Tennessee) 21-20

No. 92 Lakota West (Ohio) beat Mason (Ohio) 28-7

No. 93 Mount Carmel (Chicago, Illinois) lost to St. Ignatius (Illinois) 27-0

No. 94 Rockledge (Florida) beat No. 167 Deerfield Beach (Florida) 7-0

No. 95 Loyola Academy (Illinois) beat Fenwick (Illinois) 27-24

No. 96 Valor Christian (Colorado) beat Columbine (Colorado) 35-21

No. 97 Oak Grove (Mississippi) beat Warren Central (Mississippi) 37-20

No. 98 Tompkins (Katy, Texas) – Idle

No. 99 Bartram Trail (Florida) beat No. 181 St. Augustine (Florida) 26-14

No. 100 Carmel (Indiana) beat North Central (Indiana) 45-0

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