Top 100 Scoreboard for December 2-4, 2021

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Championship trophies were handed-out to thirteen teams in the High School Football America 100 powered by NFL Play Football. Five of those trophies were hoisted after head-to-head Top 100 matchups.

South Carolina 5A championship – No. 85 Gaffney beat No. 14 Dutch Fork 22-19 that ended DF’s run off five straight state titles. The game ended the Silver Foxes’ 62 game unbeaten streak dating back to 2016.

Alabama 7A championship – Thompson won its third straight 7A championship with a 38-22 win over No. 75 Central (Phenix City).

Ohio Division I championship – No. 22 St. Edward beat No. 47 Springfield 23-13. The title is the fifth for the Eagles since 2010.

Kentucky 6A championship – No. 88 St. Xavier beat No. 29 Male 31-21 in come-from-behind fashion. The title is the first for St. X since 2009.

Colorado 5A championship – No. 98 Cherry Creek won its third straight state title by beating No. 54 Valor Christian. It was the second year in a row that the Bruins beat VC 21-0 for the title.

Below are all of this weekend’s Top 100 scores.

High School Football America 100 Scores powered by NFL Play Football

No. 1 Mater Dei – Idle

No. 2 Westlake (Texas) beat No. 147 Vandegrift (Texas) 70-7

No. 3 Southlake Carroll beat No. 48 Allen (Texas) 47-21

No. 4 Bergen Catholic (Texas) – Season Completed

No. 5 Katy (Texas) beat Summer Creek (Texas) 34-31

No. 6 Servite (California) – Season Completed

No. 7 St. John Bosco (California) – Season Completed

No. 8 Center Grove (Indiana) – Season Completed

No. 9 Oakland (Tennessee) beat No. 151 Summit (Tennessee) 43-26

No. 10 Jesuit (Florida) beat No. 44 Northwestern (Miami, Florida) 37-12

No. 11 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) beat No. 56 Buchholz (Florida) 45-7

No. 12 St. Frances Academy (Maryland) – Season Completed

No. 13 IMG Academy (Florida) – Season Completed

No. 14 Dutch Fork (South Carolina) lost to No. 85 Gaffney (South Carolina) 22-19

No. 15 Thompson (Alabama) beat No. 75 Central (Phenix City, Alabama) 38-22

No. 16 Hamilton (Arizona) lost to No. 103 Saguaro (Arizona) 31-24

No. 17 Bishop Gorman (Nevada) – Season Completed

No. 18 Collins Hill (Georgia) beat No. 149 Grayson (Georgia) 31-0

No. 19 St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC) – Season Completed

No. 20 Miami Central (Florida) beat Baker County (Florida) 54-21

No. 21 Corona Centennial (California) – Season Completed

No. 22 St. Edward (Ohio) beat No. 47 Springfield (Ohio) 23-13

No. 23 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) beat Florida State University HS (Florida) 38-3

No. 24 Bixby (Oklahoma) beat Deer Creek (Oklahoma) 63-14

No. 25 Buford (Georgia) beat Carrollton (Georgia) 21-6

No. 26 Cathedral (Indiana) – Season Completed

No. 27 Duncanville (Texas) beat No. 57 DeSoto (Texas) 38-20

No. 28 Venice (Florida) beat No. 87 Columbus (Miami, Florida) 35-7

No. 29 Male (Kentucky) lost to No. 88 St. Xavier (Kentucky) 31-21

No. 30 Milton (Georgia) beat No. 82 Walton (Georgia) 52-17

No. 31 Hoover (Alabama) – Season Completed

No. 32 Hough (North Carolina) lost to No. 40 Chambers (North Carolina) 35-21

No. 33 Chandler Arizona) beat Liberty (Peoria, Arizona) 27-21

No. 34 Jenks (Oklahoma) beat Union (Oklahoma) 30-15

No. 35 Cocoa (Florida) beat No. 95 Bolles School (Florida) 35-24

No. 36 Denton Guyer (Texas) beat Prosper (Texas) 25-22

No. 37 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida) beat No. 179 Lakewood (Florida) 36-18

No. 38 Denton Ryan (Texas) lost to No. 194 College Station (Texas) 26-21

No. 39 Edna Karr (Louisiana) lost to Westgate (Louisiana) 27-20

No. 40 Chambers (North Carolina) beat No. 32 Hough (North Carolina) 35-21

No. 41 Treasure Coast (Florida) lost to No. 55 Apopka (Florida) 21-0

No. 42 North Shore (Texas) beat No. 45 Atascocita (Texas) 44-20

No. 43 Warner Robins (Georgia) beat No. 144 Creekside (Georgia) 40-15

No. 44 Northwestern (Miami, Florida) lost to No. 10 Jesuit (Florida) 37-12

No. 45 Atascocita (Texas) lost to No. 42 North Shore (Texas) 44-20

No. 46 Jones (Orlando, Florida) lost to Pine Forest (Florida) 20-13 in OT

No. 47 Springfield (Ohio) lost to No. 22 St. Edward (Ohio) 23-13

No. 48 Allen (Texas) lost to No. 3 Southlake Carroll (Texas) 47-21

No. 49 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) beat No. 146 Jesuit (Louisiana) 14-10

No. 50 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) beat Garnet Valley (Pennsylvania) 49-13

No. 51 Martin Lutheran King (Detroit, Michigan) – Season Completed

No. 52 De La Salle (California) lost to No. 163 Folsom (California) 28-27

No. 53 Lake Travis (Texas) beat Brennan (San Antonio, Texas) 42-17

No. 54 Valor Christian (Colorado) lost to No. 98 Cherry Creek (Colorado) 21-0

No. 55 Apopka (Florida) beat No. 41 Treasure Coast (Florida) 21-0

No. 56 Buchholz (Florida) lost to No. 11 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) 45-7

No. 57 DeSoto (Texas) lost to No. 27 Duncanville (Texas) 38-20

No. 58 Seminole (Sanford, Florida) – Season Completed

No. 59 Imhotep Charter (Pennsylvania) beat Strath Haven (Pennsylvania) 36-0

No. 60 America Heritage (Plantation, Florida) – Season Completed

No. 61 North Cobb (Georgia) – Season Completed

No. 62 Greenville Christian (Mississippi) – Season Completed

No 63 Christian Brothers College HS (Missouri) – Season Completed

No. 64 Westfield (Texas) – Season Completed

No. 65 Archbishop Moeller (Ohio) – Season Completed

No. 66 Maryville (Tennessee) – Season Completed

No. 67 Alcoa (Tennessee) beat East Nashville Magnet (Tennessee) 45-14

No. 68 Good Counsel (Maryland) – Season Completed

No. 69 Lakota West (Ohio) – Season Completed

No. 70 DeMatha (Maryland) – Season Completed

No. 71 St. Francis (Mountain View, California) – Season Completed

No. 72 McCallie (Tennessee) beat Montgomery Bell Academy (Tennessee) 28-7

No. 73 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio) lost to No. 161 Winton Woods (Ohio) 21-10

No. 74 Orange Lutheran (California) lost to No. 121 Cathedral Catholic (San Diego, California) 71-62

No. 75 Central (Phenix City, Alabama) lost to No. 15 Thompson (Alabama) 38-22

No. 76 Pickerington Central (Ohio) – Season Completed

No. 77 Serra (San Mateo, California) – Idle

No. 78 Bryant (Arkansas) beat Fayetteville (Arkansas) 42-38

No. 79 Euless Trinity (Texas) – Season Completed

No. 80 Lipscomb Academy (Tennessee) beat No. 112 Christ Presbyterian Academy (Tennessee) 27-0

No. 81 Lone Peak (Utah) – Season Completed

No. 82 Walton (Georgia) lost to No. 30 Milton (Georgia) 52-17

No. 83 East St. Louis (Illinois) – Season Completed

No. 84 Lee County (Georgia) – Season Completed

No. 85 Gaffney (South Carolina) beat No. 14 Dutch Fork (South Carolina) 22-19

No. 86 Lowndes (Georgia) – Season Completed

No. 87 Columbus (Miami, Florida) lost to No. 28 Venice (Florida) 35-7

No. 88 St. Xavier (Kentucky) beat No. 29 Male (Kentucky) 31-21

No. 89 Mill Creek (Georgia) – Season Completed

No. 90 Los Alamitos (California) – Season Completed

No. 91 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey) – Season Completed

No. 92 Corner Canyon (Utah) – Season Completed

No. 93 Cartersville (Georgia) – Season Completed

No. 94 Westfield (Indiana) – Season Completed

No. 95 Bolles School (Florida) lost to No. 34 Cocoa (Florida) 35-24

No. 96 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida) beat Orlando Christian Prep (Florida) 29-21

No. 97 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama) – Season Completed

No. 98 Cherry Creek (Colorado) beat No. 54 Valor Christian (Colorado) 21-0

No. 99 Oscar Smith (Virginia) beat Battlefield (Virginia) 49-10

No. 100 Lake Gibson (Florida) lost to No. 119 Tampa Bay Tech (Florida) 42-24

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