Northeast Top 10 Rankings: Week 15

Northeast Region Top 10
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There is a little shuffling in the middle of the High School Football America Northeast Top 10 Rankings. La Salle (Ohio) and St. Xavier move-up to #5 and #6 respectively.  La Salle moved-up one spot this week.  The two-time defending Division II state champs will play Massillon Perry looking for its third straight state title.  St. Xavier, who has played the toughest schedule in the country, will play #4 St. Ignatius for the Division 1 state championship.

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In New Jersey this weekend, #3 Paramus Catholic will play #10 St. Peter’s Prep for the Non-Public Group 4 state championship.

High School Football America Northeast Region Top 10 Rankings

#1 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) 12-0, LW: #1

#2 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey) 8-2, LW: #2

#3 Paramus Catholic (New Jersey) 9-2, LW: #3

#4 St. Ignatius (Ohio) 13-1, LW: #4

#5 La Salle (Ohio) 12-2, LW: #6

#6 St. Xavier (Ohio) 9-5, LW: #8

#7 Colerain (Ohio) 11-1, LW: #5

#8 Pittsburgh Central Catholic (Pennsylvania) 13-1, LW: #7

#9 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio) 13-1, LW: #9

#10 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey) 8-3, LW: #10

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

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