Top 100 high school football scores October 7-9, 2021

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After seven weeks of double-digits head-to-head games inside the High School Football America 100, powered by NFL Play Football, this week there were only two intra-Top 100 games.

Below, you can find all of the scores with recaps of the big games.


Five HSFA 100 teams tasted defeated on Saturday.

In Texas, No. 38 Bridgeland lost to rival Cyrpress Ranch 38-28 in a wild one outside of Houston. CR roared-out to a 28-0 lead, but by the fourth quarter, we were all tied.

The Mustangs won it on a Charlie Feris 49-yard field goal with :42 second left. A Pick-6 by Jonavon Dennis provided the final margin of victory.

In Philadelphia, a 2-4 Roman Catholic team shocked No. 52 La Salle College High School 27-20. The win came one week after La Salle knocked-off three-time defending champ St. Joseph Prep, No. 54 this week in the High School Football America 100.

Sophomore Tyseer Denmark had a big game with seven receptions for 203 yards and a touchdown, plus he ran the ball nine times for 30 yards and three scores. 

In New Jersey, St. Peter’s Prep lost for the second week in a row, which will continue the Marauders slide down the national rankings after climbing as high as No. 22. No. 58 SPP lost to No. 149 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale) 21-14.

In Ohio, No. 97 St. Ignatius lost in overtime to No. 140 Archibishop Moeller. The Crusaders went for two-and-the-win at the end of the game.

In Louisiana, No. 65 Brother Martin defeated No. 79 Archbishop Rummel 45-14


In Texas, No. 61 Highland Park nipped No. 92 Longview 21-16


In California, No. 24 Servite improved to 7-0 overall and 2-0 in the Trinity League after beating No. 95 Santa Margarita 48-21. Houston Thomas ran for 193 yards and 3 touchdowns in the win.

In Tennessee, No. 10 Oakland needed a defensive stop at the end to beat No. 114 Christ Presbyterian Academy 27-24 in a battle of defending state champs. The defending 6A champs won their 22nd straight when Korey Smith sacked Cade Lawn at the Oakland 9. CPA won last year’s Division II-AA title.

The Patriots have now won 53 straight at home.

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No. 1 Mater Dei (California) beat No. 127 Orange Lutheran (California) 55-16

No. 3 Westlake (Texas) beat Bowie (Austin, Texas) 35-0

No. 3 Thompson (Alabama) beat Gadsden City (Alabama) 41-7

No. 4 St. John Bosco (California) beat JSerra (California) 44-7

No. 5 IMG Academy (Florida) – Idle

No. 6 Southlake Carroll (Texas) beat Keller Central (Texas) 63-7

No. 7 Katy (Texas) beat Mayde Creek (Texas) 65-7

No. 8 Center Grove (Indiana) beat Lawrence North (Indiana) 43-19

No. 9 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey) beat Paramus Catholic (New Jersey) 63-0

No. 10 Oakland (Tennessee) beat No. 114 Christ Presbyterian Academy (Tennessee) 27-24

No. 11 Hoover (Alabama) beat Spain Park (Alabama) 52-10

No. 12 Chandler (Arizona) beat Perry (Arizona) 49-3

No. 13 Dutch Fork (South Carolina) beat Chapin (South Carolina) 69-21

No. 14 Cathedral (Indiana) beat Brebeuf Jesuit (Indiana) 45-21

No. 15 St. Edward (Ohio) beat Football North (Canada) 38-7

No. 16 Jesuit (Florida) beat Clearwater Central Catholic (Florida) 35-21

No. 17 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) beat South Plantation (Florida) 62-0

No. 18 Hamilton (Arizona) beat No. 163 Chaparral (Arizona) 35-32

No. 19 Bishop Gorman (Nevada) beat Legacy (Nevada) 62-0

No. 20 Collins Hill (Georgia) – Idle

No. 21 St. Frances Academy (Maryland) – Idle

No. 22 Corner Canyon (Utah) lost to No. 160 Lone Peak (Utah) 41-16

No. 23 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) beat East Ascension (Louisiana) 48-29

No. 24 Servite (California) beat No. 95 Santa Margarita (California) 48-21

No. 25 Denton Guyer (Texas) beat Braswell (Texas) 35-14

No. 26 Miami Central (Florida) beat Hialeah-Miami Lakes (Florida) 56-0

No. 27 Bixby (Oklahoma) beat Choctaw (Oklahoma) 70-7

No. 28 Venice (Florida) beat Manatee (Florida) 41-8

No. 29 St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC) beat Bishop McNamara (Maryland) 35-0

No. 30 Corona Centennial (California) beat Corona Santiago (California) 69-14

No. 31 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) vs. Fort Lauderdale (Florida) cancelled due to COVID-19 protocols

No. 32 St. Xavier (Ohio) beat No. 143 La Salle (Ohio) 49-14

No. 33 Northwestern (Miami, Florida) beat Norland (Florida) 26-12

No. 34 Denton Ryan (Texas) beat The Colony (Texas) 42-3

No. 35 Buford (Georgia) – Idle

No. 36 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) lost to No. 130 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida) 27-14

No. 37 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida) beat Pine Crest (Florida) 56-7

No. 38 Bridgeland (Texas) lost to Cypress Ranch (Texas) 38-28

No. 39 North Cobb (Georgia) beat Harrison (Georgia) 42-14

No. 40 Jenks (Oklahoma) beat Norman (Oklahoma) 49-21

No. 41 Duncanville (Texas) beat Lake Ridge (Texas) 59-0

No. 42 Milton (Georgia) beat Etowah (Georgia) 54-14

No. 43 Seminole (Sanford, Florida) beat Lake Brantley (Florida) 34-16

No. 44 Male (Kentucky) beat Southern (Kentucky) 42-6

No. 45 Warner Robins (Georgia) – Idle

No. 46 Hough (North Carolina) beat West Charlotte (North Carolina) 37-17

No. 47 Cocoa (Florida) beat Dr. Phillips (Florida) 19-14

No 48 Edna Karr (Louisiana) beat Warren Easton (Louisiana) 20-18

No. 49 Aledo (Texas) beat Joshua (Texas) 55-0

No. 50 Chambers (North Carolina) beat Hopewell (North Carolina) 67-0

No. 51 Treasure Coast (Florida) vs. Pahokee (Florida) cancelled due to weather

No. 52 La Salle College HS (Pennsylvania) lost to Roman Catholic (Pennsylvania) 27-20

No. 53 Lee County (Georgia) – Idle

No. 54 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) beat Middletown (Delaware) 24-6

No. 55 Marysville (Tennessee) beat Thomas Worthington (Tennessee) 49-6

No. 56 East St. Louis (Illinois) beat Alton (Illinois) 68-0

No. 57 St. Francis (Mountain View, California) beat Valley Christian (San Jose, California) 41-17

No. 58 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey) lost to No. 149 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey) 21-14

No. 59 Colquitt County (Georgia) beat Alcovy (Georgia) 55-18

No. 60 Edgewater (Florida) beat Winter Park (Florida) 44-14

No. 61 Highland Park (Texas) beat No. 92 Longview (Texas) 21-16

No. 62 De La Salle (California) beat No. 138 Folsom (California) 31-10

No. 63 Cherry Creek (Colorado) beat Grandview (Colorado) 21-13

No. 64 Atascocita (Texas) beat Summer Creek (Texas) 30-24

No. 65 Brother Martin (Louisiana) beat No. 79 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana) 45-14

No. 66 Cartersville (Georgia) beat Hiram (Georgia) 34-14

No. 67 Westfield (Texas) beat Nimitz (Texas) 54-6

No. 68 Lake Travis (Texas) beat Austin (Texas) 63-3

No. 69 Allen (Texas) beat Little Elm (Texas) 71-29

No. 70 North Shore (Texas) beat Kingwood (Texas) 56-0

No. 71 Euless Trinity (Texas) beat North Crowley (Texas) 42-7

No. 72 Jones (Orland, Florida) – Idle

No. 73 Imhotep Charter (Pennsylvania) beat Northeast (Pennsylvania) 14-0

No. 74 Creekside (Georgia) – Idle

No. 75 Arlington Martin (Texas) beat Lamar (Arlington, Texas) 47-0

No. 76 Greenville Christian (Mississippi) vs. Rossville Christian (Tennessee), cancelled

No. 77 DeMatha (Maryland) beat No. 132 Gonzaga (Washington, DC) 30-6

No. 78 Rockledge (Florida) – Idle

No. 79 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana) lost to No. 65 Brother Martin (Louisiana) 45-14

No. 80 Pickerington Central (Ohio) beat Groveport Madison (Ohio) 37-0

No. 81 Good Counsel (Maryland) – Idle

No. 82 Alcoa (Tennessee) – Idle

No. 83 Lakota West (Ohio) vs. Middletown (Ohio), cancelled due to COVID-19 protocols

No. 84 Valor Christian (Colorado) beat Castle View (Colorado) 47-14

No. 85 Oak Grove (Mississippi) beat Meridian (Mississippi) 52-34

No. 86 John Curtis (Louisiana) beat Archbishop Shaw (Louisiana) 37-16

No. 87 Loyola Academy (Illinois) beat Providence Catholic (Illinois) 40-0

No. 88 Niceville (Florida) beat No. 187 Edison (Miami, Florida) 21-14

No. 89 Carmel (Indiana) beat Warren Central (Indiana) 24-7

No. 90 Detroit MLK (Michigan) beat Detroit Renaissance (Michigan) 57-7

No. 91 Springfield (Ohio) beat Centerville (Ohio) 44-7

No. 92 Longview (Texas) lost to No. 61 Highland Park (Texas) 21-16

No. 93 DePaul Catholic (New Jersey) beat Irvington (New Jersey) 21-0

No. 94 Christian Brothers College HS (Missouri) beat Chaminade (Missouri) 48-14

No. 95 Santa Margarita (California) lost to No. 24 Servite (California) 48-21

No. 96 Mill Creek (Georgia) – Idle

No. 97 St. Ignatius (Ohio) lost to No. 140 Archbishop Moeller (Ohio) 29-28 in OT

No. 98 Rockwall-Heath (Texas) beat North Mesquite (Texas) 62-21

No. 99 Bryant (Arkansas) beat Little Rock Central (Arkansas) 63-0

No. 100 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama) beat Vestavia Hills (Alabama) 49-35

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