The First In-Season High School Football America 100

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After twelve head-to-head clashes this weekend in the High School Football America Preseason 100, there’s plenty of shifting in the first in-season High School Football America 100.

The top seven teams hold their spots with No. 1 Mater Dei (California) and No. 2 St. John Bosco (California) picking-up season-opening wins against Top 25 teams. Mater Dei beat No. 13 Corona Centennial (California), while Bosco beat No. 15 DeMatha (Maryland).

Related: How the Top 10 Fared – August 21-25, 2019

St. Frances Academy (Maryland) and St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) also picked-up impressive victories against Top 25 teams, which moves both the Panthers and Raiders up from their preseason starts.

SFA moves up two spots to No. 8 after knocking-off former No. 17 Miami Central (Florida) and STA also jumps two notches to No. 9 after knocking-off former No. 23 De La Salle (California).

Cracking the Top 25 are: Hoover (Alabama) at No. 14, Carol City (Florida) at No. 15, Bishop Gorman (Nevada) at No. 22, Saguaro (Arizona) at No. 23 and Lakeland at No. 24.

There are three new teams in the HSFA 100. All three move-up from their Preseason On the Bubble rankings — Columbia (Florida) at No. 86, Trinity (Kentucky) at No. 87 and West Point (Mississippi) at No. 92.

Related: On the Bubble – Week 1

Chandler (Arizona) is the biggest mover this week. The Wolves jump forty spots from No. 93 to No. 53 after beating Nevada’s Liberty, which entered the game ranked No. 68

High School Football America 100 – Week 1

Rank, Team, StateRecordLast Week
#1 Mater Dei (California)(1-0)1
#2 St. John Bosco (California)(1-0)2
#3 St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC)(1-0)3
#4 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania)(0-0)4
#5 Duncanville (Texas)(0-0)5
#6 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey)(0-0)6
#7 IMG Academy (Florida)(1-0)7
#8 St. Frances Academy (Maryland)(1-0)10
#9 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida)(1-0)11
#10 North Shore (Houston, TX)(0-0)8
#11 Gonzaga (Washington, DC) (0-0)9
#12 Colquitt County (Georgia)(1-0)12
#13 Northwestern (Miami, Florida)(1-0)24
#14 Hoover (Alabama)(1-0)26
#15 Carol City (Florida)(1-0)28
#16 St. Edward (Ohio)(0-0)14
#17 Allen (Texas)(0-0)16
#18 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey)(0-0)18
#19 Dutch Fork (South Carolina)(0-0-1)19
#20 Mallard Creek (North Carolina)(0-0-1)22
#21 John Curtis (Louisiana)(0-0)20
#22 Bishop Gorman (Nevada)(1-0)29
#23 Saguaro (Arizona)(1-0)30
#24 Lakeland (Florida)(1-0)34
#25 Good Counsel (Maryland)(0-0)25
#26 McEachern (Georgia)(1-0)33
#27 De La Salle (California)(0-1)23
#28 Deerfield Beach (Florida)(0-1)21
#29 DeMatha (Maryland) (0-1)15
#30 Highland Park (Texas)(0-0)27
#31 Corona Centennial (California)(0-1)13
#32 Aledo (Texas)(0-0) 31
#33 Folsom (California)(0-0)32
#34 JSerra (California)(`1-0)40
#35 Saint Louis (Hawaii)(2-0)36
#36 Central (Phenix City, Alabama)(0-1)37
#37 Parkview (Georgia)(1-0)37
#38 Miami Central (Florida)(0-1)17
#39 Pickerington Central (Ohio)(0-0)39
#40 Lake Travis (Texas)(0-0)41
#41 Broken Arrow (Oklahoma)(0-0)42
#42 Archer (Georgia)(1-0)43
#43 Narbonne (California)(1-0)48
#44 Longview (Texas) (0-0)45
#45 Armwood (Florida)(1-0)59
#46 Lowndes (Georgia)(1-0)52
#47 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio)(0-0)47
#48 Oakland (Tennessee)(1-0)57
#49 Katy (Texas)(0-0)49
#50 Mandarin (Florida)(1-0)56
#51 Edna Karr (Louisiana)(0-0)51
#52 Oaks Christian (California)(1-0)54
#53 Chandler (Arizona)(1-0)93
#54 Colerain (Ohio)(0-0)53
#55 Milton (Georgia)(0-0)55
#56 Grayson (Georgia)(1-0)60
#57 Orange Lutheran (California)(1-0)44
#58 Christian Brothers College HS (Missouri)(0-0)58
#59 Marrieta (Georgia)(1-0)64
#60 Mission Viejo (California)(1-0)71
#61 Denton Ryan (Texas)(0-0)61
#62 Massillon Washington (Ohio)(0-0)62
#63 Southlake Carroll (Texas)(0-0)63
 #64 Cathedral Catholic (California)(1-0)66
#65 Warren Easton (Louisiana)(0-0)65
#66 Centennial (Arizona)(1-0)69
#67 Warren Central (Indiana)(1-0)81
#68 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey) (0-0)67
#69 Hillgrove (Georgia)(1-0)72
#70 Harrisburg (Pennsylvania)(1-0)96
#71 Lee County (Georgia)(1-0)78
#72 Male (Kentucky)(1-0)79
#73 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida)(1-0)80
#74 St. Ignatius (Ohio)(0-0) 73
#75 Center Grove (Indiana)(0-1)74
#76  North Gwinnett (Georgia) (0-1)50
#77 Myers Park (North Carolina)(0-0)75
#78 Owasso (Oklahoma)(0-0)76
#79 Loyola Academy (Illinois)(0-0)77
#80 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida)(1-0)82
#81 Columbus (Florida)(1-0)88
#82 Alcoa (Tennessee)(1-0)87
#83  Corner Canyon (Utah)(2-0)92
#84 Coatesville (Pennsylvania)(0-1)83
#85 Eastside Catholic (Washington)(0-0)84
#86 Columbia (Florida) (1-0)106
#87 Trinity (Kentucky)(1-0)117
#88 Westlake (Austin, TX)(0-0) 86
#89 Charlotte Catholic (North Carolina)(0-0)89
#90 Sierra Canyon (California)(1-0)90
#91 Cartersville (Georgia)(1-0)91
#92 West Point (Mississippi)(1-0)113
#93 Liberty (Nevada)(0-1)68
#94 Bryant (Arkansas)(0-0) 94
#95 Highland Springs (Virginia)(0-0) 95
#96 Carmel (Indiana)(0-1)35
#97 North Little Rock (Arkansas)(0-0) 97
#98 Phillips Academy (Illinois)(0-0) 98
#99 King (Detroit, Michigan)(0-0) 99
#100 Lone Star (Frisco, Texas)(0-0) 100

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

Dropping-out: No. 46 Wake Forest (North Carolina), No. 70 Venice (Florida), No. 85 Starkville (Mississippi)

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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.