Seismic Shift in latest High School Football America 100 national high school football rankings

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Couple eleven head-to-head matchups in the High School Football America 100 this past weekend with eight other Top 100 teams losing and what do you get? A seismic sift in the latest rankings that are created with our proprietary algorithm.

The biggest games that shook-up the latest rankings — Armwood’s defeat of former No. 15 Lakeland in the Florida 7A quarterfinals and Rockwall’s thrilling 60-59 win over former No. 6 Allen in the second round of Texas’ largest classification. Armwood jumps 22 spots to No. 35 this week, while Rockwall moves 27 spots to No. 48.

Another big mover this week is Parkview (Georgia), which moves to No. 34 from No. 73 after knocking-off former No. 26 Colquitt County. The Panthers began the season ranked No. 37 in our Preseason 100. In the state quarters this week, the Panthers will play Archer.

Two of the Georgia quarterfinals feature Top 100 head-to-head matchups. No. 6 Lowndes will play No. 25 Grayson and No. 7 McEachern takes on No. 51 North Gwinnett.

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In Southern California, it’s time for No. 1 Mater Dei and No. 3 St. John Bosco Part II. The two will collide this weekend for the right the CIF Southern Section Open Division championship. On October 25, two-time defending High School Football America “mythical” national champ Mater Dei beat the Braves 38-24 in their regular season Trinity League showdown.

There are four new teams in the rankings this week — Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey) at No. 73, Liberty (Nevada) at No. 74, Vance (North Carolina) at No. 96 and Weddington (North Carolina) at No. 99

High School Football America 100

Week 14

Rank, Team, StateRecordLast Week2019 Start
 
#1 Mater Dei (California)(12-0)11
#2 St. Frances Academy (Maryland)(11-1)210
#3 St. John Bosco (California)(11-1)32
#4 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida)(12-0)411
#5 Duncanville (Texas)(12-0)55
#6 Lowndes (Georgia)(12-0)752
#7 McEachern (Georgia)(12-0)833
#8 Mentor (Ohio)(13-0)11107
#9 Katy (Texas)(12-0)959
#10 De La Salle (California)(10-1)1023
#11 IMG Academy (Florida)(9-1)127
#12 Northwestern (Miami, Florida)(11-2)2324
#13 Dutch Fork (South Carolina)(12-0-1)1419
#14 Marrieta (Georgia)(10-2)1764
#15 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania)(10-2)184
#16 Good Counsel (Maryland)(9-3)2525
#17 St. Edward (Ohio)(11-2)1614
#18 Oakland (Tennessee)(13-0)2157
#19 North Shore (Houston, TX)(11-1)228
#20 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana)(11-0)27HM
#21 Southlake Carroll (Texas)(12-0)3263
#22 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey) (10-1)3367
#23 Thompson (Alabama) (11-1)39HM
#24 Massillon Washington (Ohio)(13-0)4562
#25 Grayson (Georgia)(11-1)3160
#26 St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC)(7-5)193
No. 27 John Curtis (Louisiana)(10-1)3020
#28 Corner Canyon (Utah)(14-0)4692
#29 Saint Louis (Hawaii)(11-0)2836
#30 Helix (California)(11-1)38HM
#31 Chandler (Arizona)(12-0)4293
#32 Central (Phenix City, Alabama)(12-1)4338
#33 Lone Star (Frisco, Texas)(12-0) 44100
#34 Parkview (Georgia)(11-1)7337
#35 Armwood (Florida)(12-1)5759
#36 Male (Kentucky)(13-0)4879
#37 Gonzaga (Washington, DC) (8-3)359
#38 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio)(11-2)2447
#39 DeMatha (Maryland) (7-4)3715
#40 Denton Guyer (Texas) (11-1)49108
#41 Saguaro (Arizona)(11-1)5030
#42 Miami Central (Florida)(10-3)5117
#43 Owasso (Oklahoma)(12-0)5276
#44 Myers Park (North Carolina)(12-0)5375
#45 Valdosta (Georgia)(10-2)54HM
#46 Highland Park (Texas)(11-1)5827
#47 Lakeland (Florida)(12-1)1534
#48 Rockwall (Texas)(10-2)75NR
#49 Colquitt County (Georgia)(9-3)2612
#50 Allen (Texas)(11-1)616
#51 North Gwinnett (Georgia) (11-1)5650
#52 Aledo (Texas)(11-1) 5531
#53 Deerfield Beach (Florida)(10-3)6021
#54 Hoover (Alabama)(10-2)4126
#55 Bryant (Arkansas)(11-0) 6594
#56 Mission Viejo (California)(11-1)3471
#57 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)(11-0)66HM
#58 Corona Centennial (California)(9-3)4713
#59 Denton Ryan (Texas)(12-0)6161
#60 Lake Travis (Texas)(11-1)6241
#61 Booker T. Washington (Miami, Florida)(11-2)69HM
#62 Westlake (Austin, Texas)(11-1)6486
#63 Elder (Ohio)(11-2)74HM
#64 East St. Louis (Illinois)(13-0)68101
#65 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida)(11-2)5982
#66 Arlington Martin (Texas)(11-1)77NR
#67 Trinity (Kentucky)(11-2)76117
#68 Longview (Texas) (11-1)2045
#69 Maryville (Tennessee)(13-0)78HM
#70 Covington Catholic (Kentucky)(13-0)79NR
#71 La Salle (Ohio)(11-2)80HM
 #72 Cathedral Catholic (San Diego, California)(8-3)6766
#73 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey)(7-4)102HM
#74 Liberty (Nevada)(8-5)HM68
#75 Bishop Gorman (Nevada)(11-2)3629
#76 Muskegon (Michigan)(13-0)72115
#77 Servite (California)(7-4)70HM
#78 Cartersville (Georgia)(12-0)7191
#79 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey)(7-4)296
#80 St. Xavier (Ohio)(9-3)81116
#81 Sierra Canyon (California)(12-1)8290
#82 Colerain (Ohio)(11-2)8353
 #83 Grace Brethren (Simi Valley, California)(12-1)84105
#84 Edna Karr (Louisiana)(8-2)8651
#85 JSerra (California)(6-5)8740
#86 De Smet (Missouri)(13-0)88NR
#87 Toledo Central Catholic (Ohio)(13-0)89124
#88 Manvel (Texas)(12-0)90HM
#89 Mount Carmel (Chicago, Illinois)(13-0)91HM
#90 Fort Bend Marshall (Missouri City, Texas)(11-1)92110
#91 Judson (Texas)(12-0)93120
#92 Alcoa (Tennessee)(12-1)9487
#93 Pickerington Central (Ohio)(12-1)9539
#94 West Point (Mississippi)(13-1)98113
#95 Buford (Georgia)(11-1)99HM
#96 Vance (North Carolina)(10-2)HMHM
#97 Mallard Creek (North Carolina)(10-1-1)1322
#98 St. Ignatius (Ohio)(5-5) 9773
#99 Weddington (North Carolina)(13-0)105HM
#100 Bishop Amat (California)(9-2)100HM

NR = Not Ranked

HM = Honorable Mention

Dropped-out: No. 40 Folsom (California), No. 63 Highland Springs (Virginia) No. 85 Whitehaven (Tennessee), No. 96 Lufkin (Texas)

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

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