Pickerington North breaks into Ohio Top 25 after upsetting Pickerington Central

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Pickerington North’s 13-10 overtime upset of rival Pickerington Central shakes-up Week 4 of the High School Football America Ohio Top 25 powered by NFL Play Football. PC drops from No. 2 to No. 5 this week, while Pickerington North enters the statewide rankings at No. 12.

North’s win also brings Marysville into the Top 25 at No. 14. The Monarchs beat PN 31-6 on September 3.

High School Football America Ohio Top 25

TeamRecordLast Week
No. 1 St. Xavier(4-0)1
No. 2 St. Edward(4-0)3
No. 3 La Salle(3-1)4
No. 4 Archbishop Hoban(3-1)5
No. 5 Pickerington Central(3-1)2
No. 6 Lakota West(3-1)6
No. 7 Springfield(3-0)9
No. 8 Massillon Washington (3-1)8
No. 9 Elder(2-2)7
No. 10 Medina(4-0)10
No. 11 St. Igantius(2-2)11
No. 12 Pickerington North(3-1)NR
No. 13 Benedictine(4-0)13
No. 14 Marysville(3-0)NR
No. 15 Chardon(4-0)16
No. 16 Mentor(2-2)12
No. 17 Toldedo Central Catholic (2-2)14
No. 18 Colerain(2-2)15
No. 19 Avon Lake(4-0)18
No. 20 Steubenville(4-0)20
No. 21 Hilliard Darby(4-0)21
No. 22 Kings(4-0)22
No. 23 Winton Woods(2-2)23
No. 24 Wayne (Huber Heights)(2-2)24
No. 25 Upper Arlington(4-0)25

Dropped-out: No. 18 Princeton and No. 20 Avon

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

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