The High School Football America 100 rankings for Week 11

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While there’s plenty of shifting within the High School Football America 100 this week, only one new team enters our national rankings that are created with our proprietary algorithm.

Manvel becomes the 16th team from Texas to make the Top 100. The Mavericks enter the national rankings this week at No. 100.

The biggest jump in the rankings this week comes from Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana), which moves from No. 84 to No. 31 after beating former No. 8 John Curtis (Louisiana) 21-20 in overtime Friday night. JC drops 25 spots to No. 33.

The parity of the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference has created an interesting scenario in our rankings. After a 2-4 non-league start, St. John’s College High School (Washington, DC) has won three WCAC games in a row and has climbed into the Top 25 at No. 25, even though it has a 5-4 record.

Before you start getting mad, remember the Cadets have played one of the toughest schedules in the nation. All but two of the SJC’s first nine opponents are currently in the HSFA 100 — No. 1 Mater Dei (California), No. 4 Duncanville (Texas), No. 12 IMG Academy (Florida), No. 19 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania), No. 26 DeMatha (Maryland), No. 27 Good Counsel (Maryland) and No. 61 Deerfield Beach (Florida).

Related: No. 101 through No. 125

Next Saturday, the Cadets can capture the regular season if they beat No. 18 Gonzaga (Washington, DC). That would then give the Cadets the top-seed in the WCAC playoffs featuring DeMatha, Gonzaga and Good Counsel going after each other again.

No. 85 Narbonne (California) saw its season come to an end in an unexpected way Friday when it was forced to forfeits all of its games this season for using an ineligible player that will ban them from this year’s and next year’s Los Angeles City Section playoffs.

High School Football America 100 – Week 11

Rank, Team, StateRecordLast Week2019 Start
 
#1 Mater Dei (California)(10-0)11
#2 St. Frances Academy (Maryland)(9-1)210
#3 St. John Bosco (California)(9-1)32
#4 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida)(9-0)411
#5 Duncanville (Texas)(9-0)55
#6 Allen (Texas)(9-0)616
#7 Lowndes (Georgia)(10-0)752
#8 McEachern (Georgia)(9-0)933
#9 Katy (Texas)(9-0)1059
#10 De La Salle (California)(9-1)1123
#11 Mentor (Ohio)(10-0)12107
#12 IMG Academy (Florida)(9-1)137
#13 Mallard Creek (North Carolina)(9-0-1)1422
#14 Dutch Fork (South Carolina)(9-0-1)1519
#15 Lakeland (Florida)(10-0)1634
#16 St. Edward (Ohio)(9-1)1714
#17 Marrieta (Georgia)(7-2)1864
#18 Gonzaga (Washington, DC) (8-1)199
#19 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania)(7-2)214
#20 Oakland (Tennessee)(10-0)2257
#21 Longview (Texas) (9-0)2345
#22 North Shore (Houston, TX)(8-1)248
#23 Northwestern (Miami, Florida)(8-2)2524
#24 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio)(9-1)3147
#25 St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC)(5-4)323
#26 DeMatha (Maryland) (6-3)2015
#27 Good Counsel (Maryland)(7-3)2825
#28 Saint Louis (Hawaii)(10-0)2936
#29 Colquitt County (Georgia)(8-2)2612
#30 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana)(9-0)84HM
#31 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey)(6-3)386
No. 32 John Curtis (Louisiana)(8-1)820
#33 Grayson (Georgia)(8-1)3060
#34 Southlake Carroll (Texas)(9-0)3463
#35 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey) (8-1)2767
#36 Helix (California)(9-1)33HM
#37 Bishop Gorman (Nevada)(9-1)3629
#38 Thompson (Alabama) (8-1)37HM
#39 Folsom (California)(8-1)4032
#40 Mission Viejo (California)(10-0)4571
#41 Hoover (Alabama)(8-2)3926
#42 Chandler (Arizona)(10-0)4693
#43 Central (Phenix City, Alabama)(9-1)4138
#44 Lone Star (Frisco, Texas)(9-0) 49100
#45 Massillon Washington (Ohio)(10-0)5262
#46 Male (Kentucky)(10-0)5079
#47 Denton Guyer (Texas) (8-1)44108
#48 Corner Canyon (Utah)(11-0)5392
 #49 Cathedral Catholic (California)(8-2)4266
#50 Corona Centennial (California)(8-2)4313
#51 Saguaro (Arizona)(9-1)4730
#52 Miami Central (Florida)(7-3)4817
#53 Owasso (Oklahoma)(9-0)5176
#54 Myers Park (North Carolina)(10-0)5575
#55 Valdosta (Georgia)(8-2)54HM
#56 Aledo (Texas)(8-1) 5631
#57 North Gwinnett (Georgia) (9-1)5750
#58 Armwood (Florida)(9-1)5859
#59 Highland Park (Texas)(8-1)5927
#60 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida)(9-1)6082
#61 Deerfield Beach (Florida)(7-3)6121
#62 Denton Ryan (Texas)(9-0)6261
#63 Lake Travis (Texas)(9-1)6341
#64 Highland Springs (Virginia)(9-0) 6495
#65 Westlake (Austin, Texas)(8-1)6586
#66 Bryant (Arkansas)(9-0) 6694
#67 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)(9-0)70HM
#68 Centennial (Arizona)(9-1)6769
#69 East St. Louis (Illinois)(10-0)69101
#70 Servite (California)(7-3)73HM
#71 Cartersville (Georgia)(9-0)7291
#72 Bartram Trail (Florida) (10-0)79NR
#73 St. Xavier (Ohio)(8-2)75116
#74 Muskegon (Michigan)(10-0)80115
#75 Booker T. Washington (Miami, Florida)(8-2)75HM
#76 Parkview (Georgia)(8-1)8737
#77 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey)(5-3)3518
#78 Herriman (Utah)(9-2)77HM
#79 Hillgrove (Georgia)(7-2)6872
#80 Rockwall (Texas)(8-2)81NR
#81 Trinity (Kentucky)(8-2)82117
#82 Arlington Martin (Texas)(8-1)83NR
#83 Maryville (Tennessee)(10-0)86HM
#84 Covington Catholic (Kentucky)(10-0)88NR
#85 La Salle (Ohio)(8-2)95HM
#86 JSerra (California)(6-4)7640
#87 Elder (Ohio)(8-2)71HM
#88 Cathedral (Indiana)(8-2)91HM
#89 St. Ignatius (Ohio)(5-5) 7873
#90 Sierra Canyon (California)(9-1)9090
#91 Colerain (Ohio)(9-1)9353
 #92 Grace Brethren (Simi Valley, California)(9-1)92105
#93 Edna Karr (Louisiana)(6-2)8951
#94 Whitehaven (Tennessee) (8-1)94HM
  #95 Buford (Georgia) (8-0)96HM
#96 De Smet (Missouri)(10-0)97NR
#97 Carol City (Florida)(5-5)9828
#98 Bishop Amat (California)(9-1)99HM
#99 Toledo Central Catholic (Ohio)(10-0)100124
#100 Manvel (Texas)(9-0)101HM

NR = Not Ranked

HM = Honorable Mention

Dropped-out: No. 85 Narbonne (California)

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

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