Regional Rankings: West Top 20 – Final

West Top 20
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2017 High School Football America national champ Mater Dei also finishes No. 1 in the final High School Football America West Top 20 regional rankings.  The Monarchs are one of 13 teams from California in the rankings created with our proprietary algorithm.

Arizona placed three teams in the regional rankings, followed by Hawaii with two and Oregon and Washington had one team each in the Top 20.

High School Football America West Region Top 20

No. 1 Mater Dei (California) 15-0

No. 2 St. John Bosco (California) 11-3

No. 3 De La Salle (California) 11-2

No. 4 Chandler (Arizona) 13-2

No. 5 Centennial (Arizona) 12-1

No. 6 Corona Centennial (California) 10-2

No. 7 Mission Viejo (California) 12-1

No. 8 Folsom (California) 16-0

No. 9 Narbonne (California) 12-3

No. 10 Saint Louis (Hawaii) 10-0

No. 11 Saguaro (Arizona) 11-2

No. 12 Kahuku (Hawaii) 11-2

No. 13 Helix (California) 13-2

No. 14 Chaminade (California) 9-2

No. 15 Mission Hills (California) 12-1

No. 16 Pittsburg Pirates (California) 9-3

No. 17 Serra (San Mateo, California) 13-2

No. 18 Richland (Washington) 14-0

No. 19 Clackamas (Oregon) 14-0

No. 20 Oaks Christian (California) 12-3

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


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