Pickerington Central finishes No. 1 in High School Football America Ohio Top 25

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Division I champ Pickerington Central finishes as the top team in the final 2019 High School Football America Ohio Top 25. The Tigers also finished No. 19 in our final national rankings.

Related: High School Football America 100

Mentor, which lost to PC 28-21 in the state semifinals, finishes No. 2. St. Edward, whose only losses were against Mentor, finishes No. 3.

Division II champ La Salle climbs from No. 7 to No. 4 in the final rankings created with our proprietary algorithm. The Lancers beat former No. 1 Massillon Washington for the state title.

High School Football America Ohio Top 25

No. 1 Pickerington Central (14-1), LW: #2

No. 2 Mentor (13-1), LW: #3

No. 3 St. Edward (11-2), LW: #4

No. 4 La Salle (13-2), LW: #7

No. 5 Elder (12-3), LW: #5

No. 6 Massillon Washington (14-1), LW: #1

No. 7 Archbishop Hoban (11-2), LW: #6

No. 8 St. Xavier (9-3), LW: #8

No. 9 Colerain (11-2), LW: #9

No. 10 St. Ignatius (5-5), LW: #10

No. 11 Toledo Central Catholic (13-1), LW: #11

No. 12 Springfield (12-2), LW: #12

No. 13 Winton Woods (6-3), LW: #13

No. 14 Groveport-Madison (10-3), LW: #14

No. 15 Trotwood-Madison (12-3), LW: #16

No. 16 Canton McKinley (9-3), LW: #15

No. 17 Avon (13-1), LW: #17

No. 18 Dublin Coffman (10-3), LW: #18

No. 19 Euclid (9-3), LW: #19

No. 20 Whitmer (10-2), LW: #20

No. 21 Fairfield (10-2), LW: #21

No. 22 Olentangy Orange (10-2) LW: #22

No. 23 Olentangy Liberty (10-2), LW: #23

No. 24 Mansfield (13-2), LW: #24

No. 25 Benedictine (10-2), LW: #25

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

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