Southern California dominates our first-ever Cali Top 25

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Today we release our first-ever California High School Football America Top 25 using our proprietary algorithm that we have been using for our National Top 25 since 2013.

Had Texas’ Euless Trinity not beaten De La Salle Saturday night, the Spartans would have started the season #1.  Instead, it’s the Huskies of Corona Centennial that begin the season on top of our poll that will be released every Monday.

Our first poll is dominated by teams from the southern part of the state with only De La Salle, Folsom and Grant breaking into the poll from the north.

California High School Football America Top 25

#1 Corona Centennial (1-0)

#2 St. John Bosco (1-0)

#3 De La Salle (0-1)

#4 Mater Dei (1-0)

#5 Bishop Amat (0-1)

#6 Gardena Serra (1-0)

#7 Long Beach Poly (1-0)

#8 Narbonne (0-0)

#9 Folsom (1-0)

#10 Mission Viej0 (2-0)

#11 Redlands East Valley (0-0)

#12 Vista Murrieta (0-0)

#13 Alemany (1-0)

#14 Crespi (1-0)

#15 Norco (1-0)

#16 Orange Lutheran (1-0)

#17 Santa Margarita (1-0)

#18 Los Alamitos (0-o)

#19 Rancho Cucamonga (1-0)

#20 Oaks Christian (1-0)

#21 Tesoro (1-0)

#22 Westlake (1-0)

#23 Notre Dame-Sherman Oaks (0-1)

#24 Loyola (1-0)

#25 Grant (1-0)

Check-out the High School Football America/SoCal Top 25.

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Jeff Fisher
Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America. Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet. Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.

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