North Shore (Texas) leads High School Football America Public School Top 25

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Texas Class 6A Division I champ North Shore, which finished No. 2 in the High School Football America 100 national rankings, is the No. 1 team in our Public Top 25 that is created with our proprietary algorithm. The Mustangs, who return 5-star running back Zachary Evans next season, won the school’s third overall state title by beating Duncanville No. 8 on a last play Hail Mary.

Indiana 6A state champ Warren Central finishes No. 2, followed by South Carolina 5A state champ Dutch Fork at No. 3, Alabama 7A champ Central (Phenix City) at No. 4 and California Division 1AA champ Folsom at No. 5.

High School Football America Public Schools Top 25

No. 1 North Shore (Texas) 16-0

No. 2 Warren Central (Indiana) 14-0

No. 3 Dutch Fork (South Carolina) 13-0

No. 4 Central (Phenix City, Alabama) 14-0

No. 5 Folsom (California) 13-1

No. 6 Broken Arrow (Oklahoma) 13-0

No. 7 Corona Centennial (California) 12-1

No. 8 Duncanville (Texas) 14-1

No. 9 Chandler (Arizona) 13-1

No. 10 Aledo (Texas) 15-0

No. 11 Milton (Georgia) 13-2

No. 12 Allen (Texas) 14-1

No. 13 Miami Central (Florida) 9-3

No. 14 Alcoa (Tennessee) 15-0

No. 15 Oakland (Tennessee) 14-1

No. 16 Carol City (Florida) 9-3*

No. 17 Colquitt County (Georgia) 14-1

No. 18 Edna Karr (Louisiana) 14-0

No. 19 Lakeland (Florida) 15-0

No. 20 Highland Park (Texas) 16-0

No. 21 Wake Forest (North Carolina) 15-0

No. 22 Longview (Texas) 16-0

No. 23 Colerain (Ohio) 14-1

No. 24 Cedar Grove (Georgia) 14-1

No. 25 Saguaro (Arizona) 14-1

*Carol City forfeited to early season wins because it used an ineligible player.

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

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Jeff Fisher
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.

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