Regional Rankings – Northeast Top 20 – Week 1

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Five of the Top 10 teams in the first High School Football America Northeast Region Top 20 have yet to play a game in 2017, but we should see some changes come next week in the rankings that are created with our proprietary algorithm.

Specifically there are three games within the Top 20 that will affect next Monday’s rankings — No. 4 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey) opens with No. 14 DePaul Catholic (New Jersey), No. 5 St. Ignatius (Ohio) will play No. 17 Mentor (Ohio) and No. 8 Paramus Catholic (New Jersey) takes-on No. 10 Archbishop Wood (Pennsylvania).

The top fifteen teams in the the Northeast Regional ranking are also in the High School Football America National Top 100.

Related: High School Football America Top 100

New Jersey, Ohio and Pennsylvania lead the way in the first regional poll with six teams each. Massachusetts and New York each have one team in the Top 20.

High School Football America Northeast Region Top 20

No. 1 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey) 0-0

No. 2 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey) 0-0

No. 3 St. Xavier (Ohio) 1-0

No. 4 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey) 0-0

No. 5 St. Ignatius (Ohio) 1-0

No. 6 St. Edward (Ohio) 1-0

No. 7 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey) 0-0

No. 8 Paramus Catholic (New Jersey) 0-0

No. 9 La Salle (Ohio) 1-0

No. 10 Archbishop Wood (Pennsylvania) 1-0

No. 11 Pickerington Central (Ohio) 1-0

No. 12 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) 0-0

No. 13 Pine-Richland (Pennsylvania) 1-0

No. 14 DePaul Catholic (New Jersey) 0-0

No. 15 Erie Cathedral Prep (Pennsylvania) 1-0

No. 16 Harrisburg (Pennsylvania) 1-0

No. 17 Mentor (Ohio) 1-0

No. 18 La Salle (Pennsylvania) 1-0

No. 19 Canisius (New York) 0-0

No. 20 Everett (Massachusetts) 0-0

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 1







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