Midwest Top 10 Rankings: Week 14

Midwest Region Top 10

Detroit Catholic Central (Michigan), East St. Louis (Illinois) and newly-crowned Wisconsin Division 1 champ Kimberly all move-up two spots in the latest High School Football America Midwest Regional Top 10 that is created using our proprietary algorithm. Both DCC and East St. Louis will be playing for state titles this weekend. #5 Detroit Catholic Central will play #1 Cass Tech for the Michigan Division 1 title, while #6 East St. Louis faces Plainfield North for the Illinois Class 7A championship.

New to the poll this week are Kirkwood, which won the Missouri Class 6 title last weekend, and Walled Lake Western, which knocked-off former #5 Lowell (Michigan) and will play for the Michigan Division 2 championship this weekend. Kirkwood checks-in at #7, while Walled Lake Western is #9 this week.

Entering at #10 is Carmel, which will play #2 Center Grove for Indiana’s 6A championship.

High School Football America Midwest Region Top 10 Rankings

#1 Cass Tech (Michigan) 13-0, LW: #1

#2 Loyola Academy (Illinois) 13-0, LW: #2

#3 Center Grove (Indiana) 12-1, LW: #3

#4 Warren Central (Indiana) 10-2, LW: #4

#5 Novi Detroit Catholic Central (Michigan) 13-0, LW: #7

#6 East St. Louis (Illinois) 13-0, LW: #8

#7 Kirkwood (Missouri) 12-1, LW: NR

#8 Kimberly (Wisconsin) 14-0, LW: #10

#9 Walled Lake Western (Michigan) 12-1, LW: NR

#10 Carmel (Indiana) 9-4, LW: NR

Dropped-out: #5 Lowell (Michigan), #6 Ben Davis, #9 Blue Springs (Missouri)

Editor’s Note: The High School Football America national, regional and state rankings are developed using our proprietary algorithm.

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