Texas continues to lead the High School Football America 100 with 19 teams led by No. 1 North Shore

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Texas high school football continues to lead the High School Football America 100 national rankings powered by BlackMP Living Water. There are 19 teams from the Lone Star State in the Top 100, led by two-time defending Class 6A Division I champ North Shore, which has been No. 1 all year long.

The Mustangs road to a 3-peat pulls into Katy’s Legacy Stadium on Christmas Eve to play No. 37 Katy Tompkins in the Region III semifinals.

Florida, which closed-out the regular season this past weekend, has the second most Top 100 teams with seventeen. If North Shore slips up, IMG Academy, Florida’s highest ranked team at No. 2, is hoping it will grab the “mythical” national championship.

Read: The Bubble (No. 101 through No. 125)

There are two new teams in the Top 100 this week and both are from Georgia. Collins Hill, which upset Lowndes to advance to Georgia’s 7A championship game, makes its first-ever appearance in The 100 at No. 85. The Eagles, who will be playing in their first-ever high school football state championship, play No. 4 Grayson on December 30.

Buford returns to the Top 100 at No. 100 after beating former No. 100 Valdosta. Buford will play No. 63 Lee County for the 6A title on December 29.

High School Football America 100

December 20, 2020

Rank, Team, StateRecordLast Week
#1 North Shore (Houston, Texas)(12-0)1
#2 IMG Academy (Florida)(8-0)2
#3 Thompson (Alabama) (14-0)3
#4 Grayson (Georgia)(13-0)4
#5  Archbishop Hoban (Ohio)(11-0)5
#6 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania)(6-0)6
#7 Westlake (Austin, Texas)(10-0)7
#8 Duncanville (Texas)(8-1)8
#9 Dutch Fork (South Carolina)(10-0)9
#10 Allen (Texas)(10-0)10
#11 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida)(8-1)11
#12 Center Grove (Indiana)(14-0)12
#13 Corner Canyon (Utah) (13-0)13
#14 Chandler (Arizona)(11-0)14
#15 Cathedral (Indiana)(13-1)15
#16 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida)(8-1)16
#17 Trinity (Kentucky)(10-0)17
#18 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida)(11-2)18
#19 St. Xavier (Ohio)(9-2)19
#20 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida)(11-1)20
#21 Oakland (Tennessee) (15-0)21
#22 Denton Ryan (Texas)(11-0)23
#23 Bryant (Arkansas)(13-0)24
#24 Cedar Hill (Texas)(9-1)25
#25 DeSoto (Texas)(9-1)27
#26 Miami Central (Florida)(8-1)29
#27 Highland Park (Texas) (10-0)30
#28 Edna Karr (Louisiana)(10-1)35
#29 Southlake Carroll (Texas)(9-1)34
#30 Norcross (Georgia)(13-1)22
#31 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey)(5-1)31
#32 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) (8-2)32
#33 Colquitt County (Georgia)(9-1)26
#34  Acadiana (Louisiana)(10-1)37
#35 Rockwall (Texas)(10-2)33
#36 Bixby (Oklahoma) (11-0)36
#37 Tompkins (Katy, Texas)(10-0)39
#38 Denton Guyer (Texas)(9-2)38
#39 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)(8-2)43
#40 Katy (Texas)(11-1)44
#41 St. Thomas More (Louisiana)(10-0)45
#42 Hoover (Alabama)(11-2)40
#43 Hamilton (Arizona)(8-2)41
#44 Massillon Washington (Ohio)(10-2)42
#45 Brother Martin (Louisiana)(8-1)46
#46 Northwestern (Miami, Florida)(3-2)47
#47 Lowndes (Georgia)(10-2)28
#48 Pickerington Central (Ohio)(11-1)48
#49 La Salle (Ohio)(8-3)49
#50 Delbarton (New Jersey)(6-0)50
#51 Mentor (Ohio)(9-2)51
#52 Pine-Richland (Pennsylvania)(11-0)52
#53 Jenks (Oklahoma)(12-1)53
#54 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey)(4-2)54
#55 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana)(6-2)55
#56 Bridgeland (Texas) (12-0)59
#57 Seminole (Sanford, Florida)(12-0)67
#58 Maryville (Tennessee)(13-1)56
#59 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey)(6-2)57
#60 Alcoa (Tennessee)(14-1)58
#61 Jones (Orlando, Florida)(9-1)60
#62 Aledo (Texas)(8-1)61
#63 Lee County (Georgia)(12-1)64
#64 Edgewater (Florida)(8-3)62
#65 Manvel (Texas) (7-1)63
#66 Warner Robins (Georgia) (12-1)66
#67 Bloomingdale (Florida)(12-1)65
#68 Carencro (Louisiana)(11-1)82
#69 Pearland Dawson (Texas)(10-1)68
#70 Davison (Michigan)(9-0)73
#71 Shadow Creek (Texas)(6-3)85
#72 Blessed Trinity (Georgia)(8-1)69
#73 Brentwood Academy (Tennessee)(11-1)70
#74 Saguaro (Arizona)(5-2)71
#75 Lakota West (Ohio)(8-1)72
#76 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama)(9-3)74
#77 Milton (Georgia)(10-1)75
#78 John Curtis (Louisiana)(6-5)76
#79 St. Paul’s (Alabama) (15-0)77
#80 Belleville (Michigan)(9-0)78
#81 Mona Shores (Michigan)(9-0)79
#82 Oak Grove (Mississippi)(13-0)81
#83 Owasso (Oklahoma)(10-1)80
#84 Pulaski Academy (Arkansas)(13-0)83
#85 Collins Hill (Georgia)(12-2)HM
#86 Niceville (Florida)(11-1)84
#87 Cocoa (Florida)(10-1)86
#88 Rockledge (Florida) (7-2)87
#89 Lone Peak (Utah)(12-2)88
#90 Cherry Creek (Colorado) (8-0)89
#91 Oxford (Mississippi) (12-1)90
#92 C.E. Byrd (Louisiana)(10-0)91
#93 Venice (Florida)(9-4)92
#94 Columbus (Miami, Florida)(7-0)95
#95 Elder (Ohio)(5-4)94
#96 Arlington Martin (Texas)(10-1)99
#97 Madison-Ridgeland (Mississippi)(12-0)96
#98 Auburn (Alabama)(11-2)97
#99 Raymore-Peculiar (Missouri)(11-2)98
#100 Buford (Georgia)(12-1)104

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

Dropped-out: No. 93 Male (Kentucky), No. 100 Valdosta (Georgia)

*Warner Robins (Georgia) awarded a forfeit victory over Valdosta (Georgia) for the use of an ineligible player.

**Milton (Georgia) awarded forfeit over Cedar Grove (Georgia) due to the use of an ineligible player that was self-reported.

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