Minor changes at the bottom of the Texas Top 25 high school football rankings

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It was a calm week during the first round of the playoffs for the teams in the teams High School Football America Texas Top 25 powered by NFL Play Football.

Barbers Hill’s upset of previously undefeated Fort Bend Marshall, ranked No. 20 at game time, shakes-up the bottom part of the statewide rankings. The Buffalos fall-out of the latest rankings, which allows Dickinson to enter at No. 25.

Related: 1st Round Playoff Scores

Related: 2nd Round Playoff Pairings

Dickinson will test that ranking this week against No. 12 Atascocita in a Class 6A Division I, Region III battle. Another big game this week in Class 6A Division I is in Region II where where No. 17 Rockwall will battle DeSoto.

High School Football America Texas Top 25

TeamRecordLast Week
No. 1 Westlake(11-0)1
No. 2 Southlake Carroll(11-0)2
No. 3 Katy(11-0)3
No. 4 Duncanvile(9-1)4
No. 5 Denton Guyer(10-1)5
No. 6 Denton Ryan(10-1)6
No.7 Highland Park(10-1)7
No. 8 Westfield(11-0)8
No. 9 Aledo(11-0)9
No. 10 North Shore (10-1)10
No. 11 Euless Trinity(10-1)11
No. 12 Atascocita(9-2)12
No. 13 Allen(9-2)13
No. 14 Lake Travis(9-2)14
No. 15 Arlington Martin(9-2)15
No. 16 Rockwall-Heath (10-1)16
No. 17 Rockwall(9-2)17
No. 18 DeSoto(9-2)18
No. 19 Longview(8-3)19
No. 20 Spring(10-1)21
No. 21 Tompkins(10-1)22
No. 22 Cibolo Steele(11-0)24
No. 23 Shadow Creek (9-2)25
No. 24 Carthage(10-0)23
No. 25 Dickinson (9-2)NR

Dropped-out: No. 20 Fort Bend Marshall

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

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