Regional Rankings: Northeast Top 20 – Final

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Pine-Richland (Pennsylvania) is the No. 1 team in the final Northeast Region Top 20 that is created with our proprietary algorithm. The Rams are currently No. 12 in our national Top 100.

Ohio leads the region with nine teams in the Top 20, followed by Pennsylvania with five teams. New Jersey has four teams. Massachusetts and New York have one team each in the regional rankings.

High School Football America Northeast Region Top 20

No. 1 Pine-Richland (Pennsylvania) 16-0

No. 2 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey) 10-2

No. 3 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) 13-1

No. 4 Archbishop Wood (Pennsylvania) 12-2

No. 5 Erie Cathedral Prep (Pennsylvania) 13-0

No. 6 Trotwood-Madison (Ohio) 15-0

No. 7 Pickerington Central (Ohio) 14-1

No. 8 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey) 9-3

No. 9 DePaul Catholic (New Jersey) 8-3

No. 10 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey) 8-4

No. 11 Mentor (Ohio) 13-2

No. 12 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio) 14-1

No. 13 St. Ignatius (Ohio) 11-2

No. 14 St. Xavier (Ohio) 11-2

No. 15 St. Edward (Ohio) 10-2

No. 16 Winton Woods (Ohio) 13-2

No. 17 Colerain (Ohio) 11-3

No. 18 Everett (Massachusetts) 11-0

No. 19 Troy (New York) 13-0

No. 20 Coatesville (Pennsylvania) 13-2

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

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