Regional Rankings: Mountain Top 20 – Final

Mountain Top 20
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Bishop Gorman (Nevada) is the No. 1 in the final High School Football America Mountain Top 20.  The nine-time Nevada state champs finished No. 9 in our Top 100.

Nevada and Utah seven teams in the regional rankings created with our proprietary algorithm. Colorado and Idaho placed three teams each in the rankings.

High School Football America Mountain Region Top 20

No. 1 Bishop Gorman (Nevada) 13-2

No. 2 Bingham (Utah) 13-1

No. 3 East (Utah) 10-3

No. 4 Liberty (Nevada) 11-2

No. 5 Orem (Utah) 12-2

No. 6 Pomona (Colorado) 12-2

No. 7 Reed (Nevada) 11-3

No. 8 Valor Christian (Colorado) 11-1

No. 9 Lehi (Utah) 12-2

No. 10 Reno (Nevada) 12-1

No. 11 Highland (Idaho) 10-1

No. 12 Coeur d’Alene (Idaho) 9-3

No. 13 Damonte Ranch (Nevada) 11-1

No. 14 Lone Peak (Utah) 9-3

No. 15 Eaglecrest (Colorado) 13-1

No. 16 Skyridge (Utah) 12-2

No. 17 Corner Canyon (Utah) 11-1

No. 18 Mountain View (Idaho) 10-2

No. 19 Arbor View (Nevada) 10-1

No. 20 Green Valley (Nevada) 10-2


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

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