Regional Rankings: Midwest Top 20 – Week 4

Midwest Top 20

Ben Davis (Indiana) strengthened its grip on the top spot in the latest High School Football America Midwest Top 20 that is created with our proprietary algorithm.  The Giants beat former No. 3 Warren Central (Indiana) Friday to improve its drive for the Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference championship.  Ben Davis is the only undefeated team left in the conference.

There’s only a gentle shuffle in the latest regional rankings.

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Utica Eisenhower (Michigan) is the biggest climber this week, moving three spots to No. 13. Muskegon (Michigan) is the only new team in the regional rankings.

High School Football America Midwest Region Top 20

No. 1 Ben Davis (Indiana) 5-0, LW: #1

No. 2 East St. Louis (Illinois) 3-1, LW: #2

No. 3 Cass Tech (Michigan) 2-1, LW: #5

No. 4 Prairie Ridge (Illinois) 4-0, LW: #6

No. 5 Lincoln-Way East (Illinois) 4-0, LW: #7

No. 6 Lawrence Central (Indiana) 4-1, LW: #3

No. 7 Warren Central (Indiana) 2-3, LW: #4

No. 8 Center Grove (Indiana) 3-2, LW: #8

No. 9 Maine South (Illinois) 3-1, LW: #9

No. 10 Phillips Academy (Illinois) 4-0, LW: #10

No. 11 Vianney (Missouri) 5-0, LW: #11

No. 12 Loyola Academy (Illinois) 3-1, LW: #12

No. 13 Utica Eisenhower (Michigan) 4-0, LW: #16

No. 14 Carmel (Indiana) 3-2, LW: #15

No. 15 Kimberly (Wisconsin) 5-0, LW: #13

No. 16 Detroit ML King (Michigan) 3-1, LW: #14

No. 17 Eden Prairie (Minnesota) 3-0, LW: #17

No. 18 Dowling Catholic (Iowa) 4-0, LW: #18

No. 19 Naperville Central (Illinois) 4-0, LW: #20

No. 20 Muskegon (Michigan) 4-0, LW: NR

Dropped-out: No. 19 Detroit Catholic Central (Michigan)

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

High School Football America Regional Top 20 Rankings – Week 4

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