St. John Bosco (California) releases another top-notch national schedule

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High School Football America is currently working on its algorithm for the upcoming release of our Preseason Top 100 in early summer. Once again, look for St. John Bosco (Bellflower, California) to be somewhere near the top, thanks to a tremendous amount of returning talent, led by 5-star quarterback DJ Uiagalelei, and a great out-of-state schedule that combines with its usual Trinity League gauntlet. Last year, the Braves finished No. 3 in our final rankings.

Bosco’s 2019 schedule features five teams that finished last season in our Top 100 — No. 1 Mater Dei (California), No. 36 DeMatha (Maryland), No. 40 JSerra (California), No. 58 Good Counsel (Maryland) and No. 90 Orange Lutheran (California). In addition to Trinity League opponents JSerra, Mater Dei, Orange Lutheran, Santa Margarita and Servite, the Braves will host New Jersey-power Don Bosco Prep and travel to Hawaii to play Open Division runner-up Mililani.

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2019 St. John Bosco schedule

Week 1 – DeMatha (Maryland)

Week 2 – Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey)

Week 3 – @Liberty (Nevada)

Week 4 – Good Counsel (Maryland)

Week 5 – Mililani (Hawaii)

Week 6 – @Servite*

Week 7 – @JSerra*

Week 8 – @Orange Lutheran*

Week 9 – Mater Dei*

Week 10 – Santa Margarita*

*Trinity League game

Since High School Football America began its national rankings, St. John Bosco has been a constant in our algorithm rankings. The Braves best finish was in 2013 and 2016 when they ended the season ranked No. 2. Below is the Braves final national ranking.

St. John Bosco 2013-2018 HSFA National Rankings

2018 – No. 3

2017 – No. 13

2016 – No. 2

2015 – No. 8

2014 – No. 15

2013 – No. 2

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