Southern Columbia wins third straight High School Football America Small Schools National Championship

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Southern Columbia’s fourth straight Pennsylvania high school football championship leads to another national championship. For the third straight year, the Tigers are No. 1 in the High School Football America Small Schools Top 25 powered by NFL Play Football, the NFL’s initiative to provide fun and engaging experience for players of all ages and skill levels.

In addition to SC, Pennsylvania is represented by 1A state champ Steelton-Highspire in the national rankings.

Below is the entire Top 25.

High School Football America Small Schools Top 25

Schools/StateRecord
No. 1 Southern Columbia (Pennsylvania)(11-0)
No. 2 Champagnat Catholic (Florida)(11-2)
No. 3 Shiner (Texas)(14-0)
No. 4 Kirtland (Ohio)(11-0)
No. 5 Prince Avenue Academy (Georgia)(13-1)
No. 6 Canadian (Texas)(15-1)
No. 7 Taylorsville (Mississippi)(12-1)
No. 8 Windthorst (Texas)(15-1)
No. 9 Baker (Florida)(14-0)
No. 10 Reidsville (North Carolina)(10-0)
No. 11 Mart (Texas)(14-1)
No. 12 Irwin County (Georgia)(12-3)
No. 13 Jim Ned (Texas)(14-1)
No. 14 Steelton-Highspire (Pennsylvania)(10-0)
No. 15 Callaway (Georgia)(12-1)
No. 16 Blair Oaks (Missouri)(13-1)
No. 17 Linden (Alabama)(14-0)
No. 18 Coldwater (Ohio)(12-0)
No. 19 Davidson Academy (Tennessee)(13-0)
No. 20 Holy Spirit (New Jersey) (8-0)
No. 21 Abbeville (South Carolina)(11-0)
No. 22 Murphy (North Carolina)(10-1)
No. 23 Oak Grove (Louisiana)11-1)
No. 24 Tarboro (North Carolina)(9-0)
No. 25 Mars Hill Bible (Alabama)(13-2)

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

Related: 2020-21 High School Football America 100

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