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The road to a third High School Football America 100 national championship in five years for Mater Dei (California) has one more hurdle left. After an off-week this week, Mater Dei will face Serra High School from San Mateo, Tom Brady’s alma mater, in the California Open Division high school football championship on December 11.

The Monarchs, who won our national titles in 2017 and 2018, have spent all season ranked No. 1 in our national rankings that are created with our proprietary algorithm. Serra, after beating former No. 50 St. Francis (Mountain View, California) over the weekend for the Central Coast Section Division 1 title, moves-up from No. 100 to No. 77 in our latest rankings.

Related: Mater Dei beats Servite for second time

This past weekend, four Top 100 teams were crowned champs in National Football League stadiums.

In New Jersey, No. 4 Bergen Catholic beat arch-rival Don Bosco Prep 28-7 at MetLife Stadium, home of the New York Giants and New York Jets. The Crusaders’ Non-Public A title closed-out a perfect 12-0 season.

No. 8 Center Grove won its second straight Indiana 6A state title. The Trojans won the championship with a 27-21 win over No. 94 Westfield at Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Indianapolis Colts.

Like Center Grove, Indianapolis Cathedral, ranked No. 26, won its second straight 5A title.

Detroit’s Martin Luther King moves-up twelve spots to No. 51 in the latest rankings powered by NFL Play Football. MLK won the Division 3 title by beating defending state champ DeWitt 25-21 at Ford Field, home of the Detroit Lions.

This week Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Washington and West Virginia will hold their respective state championships.

High School Football America 100 powered by NFL Play Football

Rank/School/StateRecordLast Week
No. 1 Mater Dei (California)(11-0)1
No. 2 Westlake (Austin, Texas)(13-0)2
No. 3 Southlake Carroll (Texas) (13-0)3
No. 4 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey)(12-0)4
No. 5 Katy (Texas)(13-0)5
No. 6 Servite (California)(10-3)6
No. 7 St. John Bosco (California)(10-2)7
No. 8 Center Grove (Indiana)(14-0)8
No. 9 Oakland (Tennessee)(14-0)9
No. 10 Jesuit (Florida)(13-0)10
No. 11 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida)(12-1)11
No. 12 St. Frances Academy (Maryland)(8-1)12
No. 13 IMG Academy (Florida)(9-1)13
No. 14 Dutch Fork (South Carolina)(12-0)14
No. 15 Thompson (Alabama)(12-1)15
No. 16 Hamilton (Arizona)(11-0)16
No. 17 Bishop Gorman (Nevada)(12-1)17
No. 18 Collins Hill (Georgia)(13-0)18
No. 19 St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC)(11-0)19
No. 20 Miami Central (Florida)(10-2)20
No. 21 Corona Centennial (California)(11-1)21
No. 22 St. Edward (Ohio)(14-1)22
No. 23 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida)(9-1)23
No. 24 Bixby (Oklahoma)(12-0)24
No. 25 Buford (Georgia) (12-1)25
No. 26 Cathedral (Indiana)(14-1)26
No. 27 Duncanville (Texas)(11-1)27
No. 28 Venice (Florida)(12-1)28
No. 29 Male (Kentucky)(13-0)29
No. 30 Milton (Georgia)(12-1)30
No. 31 Hoover (Alabama)(12-1)31
No. 32 Hough (North Carolina)(14-0)32
No. 33 Chandler (Arizona)(10-1)33
No. 34 Jenks (Oklahoma)(11-1)34
No. 35 Cocoa (Florida)(10-1)36
No. 36 Denton Guyer (Texas)(12-1)27
No. 37 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida)(9-2)38
No. 38 Denton Ryan (Texas)(12-1)39
No. 39 Edna Karr (Louisiana)(11-0)40
No. 40 Chambers (North Carolina)(13-1)42
No. 41 Treasure Coast (Florida)(10-1)44
No. 42 North Shore (Texas)(12-1)45
No. 43 Warner Robins (Georgia)(12-1)46
No. 44 Northwestern (Miami, Florida)(10-3)53
No. 45 Atascocita (Texas)(11-2)57
No. 46 Jones (Orlando, Florida)(11-2)58
No. 47 Springfield (Ohio)(13-1)60
No. 48 Allen (Texas)(11-2)61
No. 49 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)(11-1)55
No. 50 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania)(10-2)56
No. 51 Martin Luther King (Detroit, Michigan)(13-1)63
No. 52 De La Salle (California)(10-2)52
No. 53 Lake Travis (Texas)(11-2)62
No. 54 Valor Christian (Colorado)(13-0)71
No. 55 Apopka (Florida)(11-2)99
No. 56 Buchholz (Florida)(12-1)73
No. 57 DeSoto (Texas)(10-2)95
No. 58 Seminole (Sanford, Florida)(11-2)35
No. 59 Imhotep Charter (Pennsylvania)(9-1)67
No. 60 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida)(6-4)59
No. 61 North Cobb (Georgia)(10-2)54
No. 62 Greenville Christian (Mississippi)(12-1)64
No. 63 Christian Brothers College HS (Missouri)(13-1)75
No. 64 Westfield (Texas)(12-1)41
No. 65 Archbishop Moeller (Ohio)(11-4)65
No. 66 Maryville (Tennessee)(13-1)49
No. 67 Alcoa (Tennessee)(13-1)66
No. 68 Good Counsel (Maryland)(7-5)68
No. 69 Lakota West (Ohio)(12-2)69
No. 70 DeMatha (Maryland)(7-3)70
No. 71 St. Francis (Mountain View, California)(11-1)50
No. 72 McCallie (Tennessee)(12-0)77
No. 73 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio)(12-3)82
No. 74 Orange Lutheran (California)(10-4)90
No. 75 Central (Phenix City, Alabama)(13-0)81
No. 76 Pickerington Central (Ohio)(12-2)72
No. 77 Serra (San Mateo, California)(11-1)100
No. 78 Bryant (Arkansas)(12-1)80
No. 79 Euless Trinity (Texas)(11-2)51
No. 80 Lipscomb Academy (Tennessee)(12-1)86
No. 81 Lone Peak (Utah)(10-2)83
No. 82 Walton (Georgia)(9-3)142
No. 83 Saguaro (Arizona)(10-1)106
No. 84 Lee County (Georgia)(11-2)48
No. 85 Gaffney (South Carolina) (14-0)91
No. 86 Lowndes (Georgia)(10-3)74
No. 87 Columbus (Miami, Florida)(9-3)108
No. 88 St. Xavier (Louisville, Kentucky) (13-1)96
No. 89 Mill Creek (Georgia)(11-2)76
No. 90 Los Alamitos (California)(9-2)88
No. 91 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey)(8-5)84
No. 92 Corner Canyon (Utah)(12-2)85
No. 93 Cartersville (Georgia)(11-1)78
No. 94 Westfield (Indiana)(12-2)93
No. 95 Bolles School (Florida)(8-2)92
No. 96 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida)(8-4)94
No. 97 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama)(9-3)89
No. 98 Cherry Creek (Colorado) (11-2)97
No. 99 Oscar Smith (Virginia)(11-1)98
No. 100 Lake Gibson (Florida)(9-3)114
Editor’s Note: The High School Football America national, regional and state rankings are developed using our proprietary algorithm.

The Other 100 powered by NFL Play Football

Rank/School/StateRecordLast Week
No. 101 Iona Prep (New York)(11-1)106
No. 102 Auburn (Alabama)(10-3)103
No. 103 Lockport (Illinois)(13-1)183
No. 104 South Oak Cliff (Texas)(12-1)NR
No. 105 South Pointe (South Carolina)(11-1)121
No. 106 Merritt Island (Florida)(12-1)113
No. 107 Pulaski Academy (Arkansas)(12-1)122
No. 108 Killian (Florida)(12-1)102
No. 109 Sierra Canyon (California)(7-5)106
No. 110 Edgewater (Florida)(10-2)105
No. 111 Longview (Texas) (9-4)101
No. 112 Christ Presbyterian Academy (Tennessee)(11-2)123
No. 113 Lafayette Christian Academy (Louisiana)(10-1)124
No. 114 Aledo (Texas)(12-1)43
No. 115 Cardinal Gibbons (North Carolina)(12-2)126
No. 116 Acadiana (Louisiana)(11-2)127
No. 117 Palmetto (Miami, Florida)(9-3)111
No. 118 Zachary Broncos (Louisiana)(13-0)147
No. 119 Tampa Bay Tech (Florida)(13-0)139
No. 120 Rockwall-Heath (Texas)(11-2)79
No. 121 Cathedral Catholic (San Diego, California)(10-2)120
No. 122 Clay-Chalkville (Alabama)(14-0)153
No. 123 Spring (Texas)(11-2)108
No. 124 Medina (Ohio)(13-1)117
No. 125 Highland Park (Texas)(10-2)110
No. 126 Berkeley Prep (Florida)(11-0)156
No. 127 Tompkins (Katy, Texas)(11-2)112
No. 128 St. Ignatius (Ohio)(7-5)119
No. 129 Massillon Washington (Ohio)(11-3)128
No. 130 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey)(8-4)129
No. 131 Northwestern (South Carolina)(11-2)113
No. 132 DePaul Catholic (New Jersey)(9-3)87
No. 133 Seton Hall Prep (New Jersey)(7-4)131
No. 134 St. Xavier (Ohio)(10-3)132
No. 135 Norco (California)(8-3)133
No. 136 Santa Margarita (California)(6-5)134
No. 137 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey)(6-4)135
No. 138 Arlington Martin (Texas)(9-3)136
No. 139 De La Salle Collegiate (Michigan)(13-0)140
No. 140 Lovejoy (Texas)(12-1)157
No. 141 St. Charles Catholic (Louisiana)(10-0)141
No. 142 Langston Hughes (Georgia)(12-1)158
No. 143 Madison Central (Mississippi)(12-1)166
No. 144 Creekside (Georgia)(11-2)160
No. 145 Alemany (California) (8-4)145
No. 146 Jesuit (Louisiana)(10-0)175
No. 147 Vandegrift (Texas)(12-1)177
No. 148 University Lab (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)(12-0)168
No. 149 Grayson (Georgia)(10-3)188
No. 150 Belleville (Michigan)(13-1)189
No. 151 Summit (Tennessee)(14-0)186
No. 152 C.E. King (Texas)(10-3)142
No. 153 Fort Dorchester Patriots (South Carolina)(12-1)148
No. 154 Lakeland (Florida)(9-2)149
No. 155 Rockwall (Texas)(9-3)150
No. 156 Rockledge (Florida)(9-3)151
No. 157 La Salle College HS (Pennsylvania)(9-2)152
No. 158 Gulliver Prep (Florida)(8-2)137
No. 159 Buchanan (Clovis, California)(10-2)138
No. 160 Mission Viejo (California)(9-2)159
No. 161 Winton Woods (Ohio)(12-3)181
No. 162 East St. Louis (Illinois)(12-3)47
No. 163 Folsom (California)(10-3)HM
No. 164 Roswell (Georgia)(9-3)116
No. 165 Bartram Trail (Florida)(9-3)161
No. 166 Cedar Hill (Texas)(8-5)144
No. 167 Joliet Catholic (Illinois)(14-0)167
No. 168 La Salle (Ohio)(7-6)164
No. 169 Deerfield Beach (Florida)(9-3)165
No. 170 West Orange (Florida)(11-2)154
No. 171 Rocklin (California)(12-1)155
No. 172 Upper Arlington (Ohio)(14-1)167
No. 173 Brookwood (Georgia)(10-3)118
No. 174 Loyola Academy (Illinois)(12-1)171
No. 175 Starkville (Mississippi)(12-2)162
No. 176 Dillard (Florida)(10-3)163
No. 177 Shadow Creek (Texas)(9-3)170
No. 178 Lake Mary (Florida)(10-2)172
No. 179 Skyridge (Utah)`(11-2)173
No. 180 Brownsburg (Indiana)(9-3)174
No. 181 Liberty (Nevada)(9-2)175
No. 182 Niceville (Florida)(10-2)177
No. 183 Archbishop Spalding (Maryland)(10-1)179
No. 184 Carmel (Indiana)(9-2)180
No. 185 Dickinson (Texas)(9-3)181
No. 186 Adams (Michigan) (13-1)185
No. 187 Carlsbad (California)(11-1)186
No. 188 Avon (Ohio)(12-3)188
No. 189 Red Bank Catholic (New Jersey)(11-1)HM
No. 190 Calhoun (Georgia)(11-2)193
No. 191 Colleyville Heritage (Texas)(12-1)HM
No. 192 Westlake (Atlanta, Georgia)(10-3)114
No. 193 Riverside (Jacksonville, Florida)(10-2)192
No. 194 College Station (Texas)(13-0)HM
No. 195 Edison (Miami, Florida)(7-5)194
No. 196 Ware County (Georgia)(9-2)195
No. 197 Marysville (Ohio)(12-1)196
No. 198 Lakewood (Florida) (8-2)197
No. 199 St. Augustine (New Jersey)(9-2)198
No. 200 Edison (Huntington Beach. California)(8-4)200
Editor’s Note: The High School Football America national, regional and state rankings are developed using our proprietary algorithm.

High School Football America National Rankings — Honorable Mention

Arizona (4 teams)
Liberty Lions (9-2)
Queen Creek Bulldogs(8-3)
Red Mountain Mountain Lions(11-2)
Williams Field Black Hawks(10-2)
Arkansas (3 teams)
Conway Wampus Cats(9-3)
Fayetteville Bulldogs(10-2)
North Little Rock Charging Wildcats(10-3)
California (14 teams)
Bishop Amat Lancers(8-4)
Corona del Mar Sea Kings(9-3)
Etiwanda Eagles(12-1)
Central Grizzlies (Fresno)(9-2)
Inglewood Sentinels (11-1)
Lincoln Hornets (San Diego) (7-3)
Long Beach Poly Jackrabbits(11-3)
Loyola Cubs(8-4)
Mission Hills Grizzlies(8-3)
Modesto Central Catholic (12-1)
Pittsburg Pirates(8-2)
Serra Cavaliers (Gardena)(9-4)
St. Mary’s Rams (Stockton)(10-3)
Vista Murrieta Broncos(9-3)
Warren Bears(8-1)
Florida (20 teams)
Baker County Wildcats(11-2)
Champagnat Catholic Lions(9-2)
Clearwater Academy International Knights(8-2)
Columbia Tigers(6-5)
Gainesville Hurricanes(8-3)
Hillsborough Terriers(10-3)
Homestead Broncos(10-2)
Lincoln Trojans (Tallahassee)(9-3)
Miramar Patriots(7-4)
Naples Golden Eagles(10-1)
Osceola Kowboys(9-3)
Palm Beach Central Broncos(10-1)
Pine Forest Eagles(11-1)
Raines Vikings(8-3)
Riverview Sarasota Rams(9-3)
St. Augustine Yellow Jackets(6-3)
Vanguard Knights(12-1)
Vero Beach Indians(7-3)
Wakulla War Eagles(10-3)
Western Wildcats(9-3)
Georgia (7 teams)
Archer Tigers(7-5)
Blessed Trinity Titans(9-4)
Carrollton Trojans(12-1)
Carver (Columbus) Tigers(11-1)
Colqutt County Packers(8-3)
Marietta Blue Devils(7-5)
Woodward War Eagles(11-1)
Illinois (4 teams)
Brother Rice Crusaders(10-3)
Cary-Grove Trojans(14-0)
Mount Carmel (Chicago) Caravan(8-4)
Wheaton North Falcons(13-1)
Louisiana (5 teams)
C.E. Byrd Yellow Jackets(9-2)
Madison Prep Academy Chargers(11-2)
Neville Tigers(11-1)
Ruston Bearcats(10-3)
West Monroe Rebels(8-4)
Destrehan Wildcats (9-0)
Maryland (5 teams)
Calvert Hall Cardinals(9-3)
Loyola Blakefield Dons(9-3)
McDonogh Eagles(6-6)
Mount St. Joseph Gaels(7-4)
Rock Creek Christian Academy Eagles(7-1)
Massachusetts (1 team)
Catholic Memorial Knights (11-0)
Michigan (2 teams)
Detroit Catholic Central Shamrocks(8-3)
West Bloomfield Lakers(10-2)
Mississippi (3 teams)
Brandon Bulldogs(11-2)
Madison-Ridgeland Patriots(11-3)
Oak Grove Warriors(11-3)
North Carolina (5 teams)
Grimsley Whirlies(11-1)
Leesville Road Pride (10-3)
Mallard Creek Mavericks(6-5)
Myers Park Mustangs(8-4)
Richmond Raiders(10-2)
Ohio (2 teams) 
Chardon Hilltoppers(15-0)
Toledo Central Catholic Fighting Irish(11-3)
Oklahoma (1 team)
Union Football Team(11-1)
Pennsylvania (1 team)
Mount Lebanon Blue Devils(13-0)
Tennessee (1 team)
Montgomery Bell Academy Big Red(9-3)
Texas (16 teams)
A&M Consolidated Tigers(10-3)
Bridgeland Bears(11-2)
Carthage Mustangs(11-1)
China Springs Cougars(13-0)
Cibolo Steele Knights(11-1)
Dallas Jesuit Rangers(10-2)
Lewisville Farmers(11-2)
Lone Star Rangers(9-3)
Lubbock Cooper Pirates(12-1)
Mansfield Summit Jaguars(10-3)
Manvel Mavericks(10-3)
Prosper Eagles(9-4)
Ridge Point Panthers(11-2)
San Antonio Brennan Bears(13-0)
Veterans Memorial Eagles (Corpus Christi)(12-1)
Wichita Falls Rider Raiders(12-1)
Utah (2 teams)
American Fork Cavemen(7-4)
Lehi Pioneers(11-3)
Virginia (3 teams)
Highland Springs(10-3)
Stone Bridge Bulldogs(13-0)
Varina Blue Devils(11-1)
West Virginia (1 team)
Martinsburg Bulldogs(12-1)
Editor’s Note: The High School Football America national, regional and state rankings are developed using our proprietary algorithm.

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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.