St. John Bosco leads first Spring 2021 in-season High School Football America California Top 25

st. john bosco high school footballSt. John Bosco wins 2019 California Open Division championship. Twitter photo by @edwardtorre
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St. John Bosco was unable to defend its 2019 “mythical” national championship, but defense of its No. 1 ranking in California is underway. The Braves beat No. 9 Sierra Canyon 41-21 to earn the top spot in the first Spring ’21 High School Football America California Top 25.

Related: Final CA Top 25 (2019)

Falling-in right behind the Braves is Mater Dei. The two will collide in the final spring game on April 17, which should decide the Trinity League with the winner probably claiming the top spot in the state in a shortened-season without a postseason.

High School Football America California Top 25

No. 1 St. John Bosco (1-0)

No. 2 Mater Dei (0-0)

No. 3 De La Salle (1-0)

No. 4 Servite (1-0)

No. 5 Mission Viejo (0-0)

No. 6 Corona Centennial (0-0)

No. 7 Central (Fresno) (0-0)

No. 8 Sierra Canyon (0-1)

No. 9 Cathedral Catholic (1-0)

No. 10 Alemany (0-0)

No. 11 Serra (San Mateo) (0-0)

No. 12 Bishop Amat (0-0)

No. 13 Long Beach Poly (1-0)

No. 14 Grace Brethren (Simi Valley) (0-0)

No. 15 Serra (Gardena) (0-1)

No. 16 San Clemente (0-0)

No. 17 Buchanan (0-0)

No. 18 Oaks Christian (1-0)

No. 19 St. Mary’s (0-1)

No. 20 St. Augustine (1-0)

No. 21 Monterey Trail (0-0)

No. 22 Helix (0-1)

No. 23 Folsom (1-0)

No. 24 Pittsburg (0-0)

No. 25 Los Alamitos (1-0)

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

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