3 Ohio high school football teams ranked in High School Football America Small Schools Top 25

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Three Ohio high school football state champs are ranked in the final 2019 High School Football America Small Schools Top 25.

Division V champ Kirtland, winners of back-to-back state titles comes in at No. 10. The Hornets will bring a 30-game win streak into 2020 along with 31 straight regular season wins.

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Speaking of streaks, Division VII state champ Marion Local has played in nine straight state championships. The Flyers, who are ranked No. 16 in the Small Schools Top 25, are also the last team to beat Kirtland. That happen in the 2017 Division VI state championship.

2019 Division VI champ Anna is ranked No. 25 in the Small Schools Top 25.

Anna and Marion Local both play in the very tough Midwest Athletic Conference. During the regular season ML beat Anna 17-14.

Below is the entire Top 25:

2019 High School Football America Small Schools Top 25

No. 1 Southern Columbia (Pennsylvania) 16-0

No. 2 Refugio (Texas) 16-0

No. 3 Champagnat Catholic (Florida) 10-3

No. 4 Madison County (Florida) 12-2

No. 5 Eagle’s Landing Christian (Georgia) 13-1

No. 6 Mart (Texas) 13-3

No. 7 Taylorsville (Mississippi) 15-1

No. 8 Irwin County (Georgia) 13-0

No. 9 Gunter (Texas) 15-1

No. 10 Kirtland (Ohio) 15-0

No. 11 Farrell (Pennsylvania) 14-2

No. 12 Fyffe (Alabama) 15-0

No. 13 Grandview (Texas) 15-1

No. 14 Pottsboro (Texas) 15-1

No. 15 Willingboro (New Jersey) 12-1

No. 16 Marion Local (Ohio) 13-2

No. 17 Park Ridge (New Jersey) 11-1

No. 18 St. Mary’s Springs (Wisconsin) 12-2

No. 19 East Surry (North Carolina) 15-0

No. 20 Dublin (Georgia) 14-1

No. 21 Riverheads (Virginia) 15-0

No. 22 Lake County (Tennessee) 15-0

No. 23 Ferriday (Louisiana) 14-1

No. 24 Clinch County (Georgia) 11-2

No. 25 Anna (Ohio) 14-1

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

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