After beating St. Xavier and Trinity, Male is a solid No. 1 in the High School Football America Kentucky Top 10 powered by NFL Play Football. The Bulldogs 24-10 win over Trinity last Friday moves Male to a 4-0 start, while Trinity, playing one of the toughest schedules in the nation, falls to 0-5.
So far, Trinity has lost to three teams in the High School Football America 100 national rankings — No. 49 Male, No. 53 La Salle (Ohio) and No. 100 Carmel (Indiana). The Shamrocks’ fourth loss was to St. Rita, ranked No. 180 this week. The other loss was a forfeit loss to Ohio’s Archbishop Moeller due to COVID-19 protocols.
Trinity will look for its first win this week when it plays arch-rival St. X. The Tigers are currently ranked No. 186 in our national rankings and No. 2 in the state.
New to the Top 10 high school football rankings this week: Lexington Christian at No. 8, Boyle County at No. 9 and Ballard at No. 10.
High School Football America Kentucky Top 10
|No. 1 Male||(4-0)||1|
|No. 2 St. Xavier||(3-1)||3|
|No. 3 Trinity||(0-4)||2|
|No. 4 Owensburg||(4-1)||4|
|No. 5 DuPont Manual||(4-1)||6|
|No. 6 Douglass||(5-0)||8|
|No. 7 South Warren||(3-1)||9|
|No. 8 Lexington Christian||(5-0)||NR|
|No. 9 Boyle County||(4-1)||NR|
|No. 10 Ballard||(4-1)||NR|
Dropped-out: No. 5 Highlands, No. 7 Bowling Green, No. 10 Lexington Catholic
Editor’s Note: The High School Football America national, regional and state rankings are developed using our proprietary algorithm.