Top 100 Scoreboard for October 14-16, 2021

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Saturday Games

In a battle of defending Florida state champs, No. 17 St. Thomas Aquinas topped No. 41 Cardinal Gibbons. The 7A champs gained revenge after losing to Gibbons last year.

STA wide receiver Cameron Brown, a Pitt verbal commit, had a big game with six catches for 111 yards with two touchdowns. Gemari Sands scores three touchdowns — two rushing and one receiving.

Friday Games

Allen took control of District 5-6A with a 38-31 win over Denton Guyer, which entered the game ranked No. 24 in the High School Football America 100.

The Eagles used a strong ground game, rushing for 357 yards. Jaylen Jenkins rushed for 190 yards and three touchdowns, plus he added 70 receiving yards. 

Allen will improve on its No. 63 national ranking when the new Top 100 is released Sunday.

Thursday Games

No. 2 Westlake (Texas) rolled to a 77-0 shutout of Hays (Texas). The Chaps, who won their 31st straight, did it without star quarterback Cade Klubnik, who is recovering from an injury.

Westlake has now outscored their opponents this year 378-54 in its 7-0 start.

No. 20 Collins Hill (Georgia) improved to 8-0 with a 35-7 defeat of North Gwinnett (Georgia). The Eagles were without two-way star Travis Hunter, the No. 2 overall college football prospect in the nation, according to’s Composite Rankings.

Star quarterback Sam Horn, who is verbally committed to Missouri, picked-up the slack with four touchdown passes.

No. 26 Bixby (Oklahoma) pushed its win streak to 43 straight with a 58-14 win over Sand Spring (Oklahoma). The victory was the 100th for Spartans head coach Loren Montgomery, who in twelve seasons has led Bixby to six state championships.

Also in Oklahoma, No. 37 Jenks beat Edmond Santa Fe in a rematch of last year’s Class 6A Division I championship game. The defending state champs beat the Wolves 35-14 after falling behind 14-10.

High School Football America 100 Scores

No. 1 Mater Dei (California) beat No. 95 Santa Margarita (California) 56-3

No. 2 Westlake (Texas) beat Hays (Texas) 77-0

No. 3 Thompson (Alabama) beat Oak Mountain (Alabama) 48-0

No. 4 St. John Bosco (California) beat No. 131 Orange Lutheran (California) 49-25

No. 5 IMG Academy (Florida) beat St. Thomas More (Connecticut) 24-14

No. 6 Southlake Carroll (Texas) – Idle

No. 7 Katy (Texas) beat Cinco Ranch (Texas) 49-3

No. 8 Center Grove (Indiana) beat No. 14 Cathedral (Indiana) 21-6

No. 9 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey) beat No. 105 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey) 21-10

No. 10 Oakland (Tennessee) beat Riverdale (Tennessee) 24-7

No. 11 Hoover (Alabama) beat Tuscaloosa County (Alabama) 49-7

No. 12 Chandler (Arizona) – Idle

No. 13 Dutch Fork (South Carolina) beat River Bluff (South Carolina) 48-0

No. 14 Cathedral (Indiana) beat No. 8 Center Grove (Indiana) 21-6

No. 15 St. Edward (Ohio) lost to No. 100 Archbishop Moeller (Ohio) 28-21 in OT

No. 16 Jesuit (Florida) beat Jefferson (Florida) 24-0

No. 17 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) beat No. 41 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida) 39-14

No. 18 Hamilton (Arizona) beaat Desert Vista (Arizona) 63-17

No. 19 Bishop Gorman (Nevada) beat Palo Verde (Nevada) 49-0

No. 20 Collins Hill (Georgia) beat North Gwinnett (Georgia) 35-7

No. 21 St. Frances Academy (Maryland) beat Life Christian Academy (Virginia) 63-7

No. 22 Servite (California) beat JSerra (California) 53-0

No. 23 Catholic (Baton Rouge, California) beat McKinley (Louisiana) 66-6

No. 24 Denton Guyer (Texas) lost to No. 63 Allen (Texas) 38-31

No. 25 Miami Central (Florida) beat No. 185 Edison (Miami, Florida) 45-6

No. 26 Bixby (Oklahoma) beat Sand Springs (Oklahoma) 58-14

No. 27 Venice (Florida) beat Gulf Coast (Florida) 56-6

No. 28 St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC) – Idle

No. 29 Corona Centennial (California) beat No. 110 Norco (California) 48-24

No. 30 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) beat No. 171 Gulliver Prep (Florida) 31-16

No. 31 St. Xavier (Ohio) lost to No. 102 St. Ignatius (Ohio) 28-21

No. 32 Northwestern (Miami, Florida) beat South Miami (Florida) 49-20

No. 33 Denton Ryan (Texas) – Idle

No. 34 Buford (Georgia) beat Shiloh (Georgia) 37-0

No. 35 North Cobb (Georgia) beat No. 138 Walton (Georgia) 51-29

No. 35 Duncanville (Texas) beat Waxahachie (Texas) 52-3

No. 37 Jenks (Oklahoma) beat Edmond Santa Fe (Oklahoma) 35-14

No. 38 Milton (Georgia) – Idle

No. 39 Male (Kentucky) beat Fern Creek (Kentucky) 36-0

No. 40 Warner Robins (Georgia) lost to Ware County (Georgia) 29-21

No. 41 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida) lost to No. 17 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) 39-14

No. 42 Seminole (Sanford, Florida) beat Oviedo (Florida) 51-14

No. 43 Hough (North Carolina) beat Mallard Creek 31-7

No. 44 Highland Park (Texas) beat McKinney North (Texas) 59-24

No. 45 Cocoa (Florida) beat Viera (Florida) 39-14

No 46 Edna Karr (Louisiana) beat John F. Kennedy (Louisiana) 62-0

No. 47 Aledo (Texas) beat Mansfield Timberview (Texas) 35-21

No. 48 Chambers (North Carolina) beat North Mecklenburg (North Carolina) 29-0

No. 49 Treasure Coast (Florida) beat No. 175 Vero Beach (Florida) 42-21

No. 50 Lee County (Georgia) beat Houston County (Georgia) 29-9

No. 51 East St. Louis (Illinois) beat Edwardsville (Illinois) 58-0

No. 52 Marysville (Tennessee) beat Hardin Valley (Tennessee) 61-3

No. 53 St. Francis (Mountain View, California) beat Archbishop Riordan (California) 33-0

No. 54 Edgewater (Florida) beat Wekiva (Florida) 28-13

No. 55 De La Salle (California) beat California HS (California) 52-14

No. 56 Westfield (Texas) beat MacArthur (Houston, Texas) 70-0

No. 57 Colquitt County (Georgia) beat Camden County (Georgia) 34-31 in OT

No. 58 Cherry Creek (Colorado) lost to Arapahoe (Colorado 13-10

No. 59 Atascocita (Texas) beat No. 188 C.E. King (Texas) 42-21

No. 60 Brother Martin (Louisiana) beat Archbishop Shaw (Louisiana) 47-15

No. 61 Cartersville (Georgia) beat Blessed Trinity (Georgia) 49-21

No. 62 Lake Travis (Texas) beat Del Valle (Texas) 52-17

No. 63 Allen (Texas) beat No. 24 Denton Guyer (Texas) 38-31

No. 64 North Shore (Texas) beat Summer Creek (Texas) 45-16

No. 65 Euless Trinity (Texas) beat Chisholm Trail (Texas) 56-7

No. 66 La Salle College HS (Pennsylvania) – Idle

No. 67 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) beat Archbishop Wood (Pennsylvania) 38-20

No. 68 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) beat Jensen Beach (Florida) 43-7

No. 69 Springfield (Ohio) lost to Miamisburg (Ohio) 22-21

No. 70 Jones (Orlando, Florida) beat Mainland (Florida) 33-21

No. 71 Imhotep Charter (Pennsylvania) beat Martin Luther King (Pennsylvania) 44-3

No. 72 Creekside (Georgia) beat Banneker (Georgia) 41-0

No. 73 Arlington Martin (Texas) beat Arlington Bowie (Texas) 68-14

No. 74 Greenville Christian (Mississippi) – Idle

No. 75 DeMatha (Maryland) beat Bishop McNamara (Maryland) 31-6

No. 76 Rockledge (Florida) beat Satellite (Florida) 34-10

No. 77 Pickerington Central (Ohio) beat Lancaster (Ohio) 34-8

No. 78 Bolles School (Florida) – Idle

No. 79 Good Counsel (Maryland) beat No. 199 Gonzaga (Washington, DC) 17-0

No. 80 Alcoa (Tennessee) vs. Union County (Tennessee), cancelled

No. 81 Lakota West (Ohio) beat Colerain (Ohio) 21-3

No. 82 Valor Christian (Colorado) beat Highlands Ranch (Colorado) 48-6

No. 83 Oak Grove (Mississippi) beat Terry (Mississippi) 54-28

No. 84 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida) lost to Florida State University HS (Florida) 31-17

No. 85 Niceville (Florida) beat Gadsden County (Florida) 34-27 in OT

No. 86 John Curtis (Louisiana) lost to Jesuit (Louisiana) 17-13

No. 87 Loyola Academy (Illinois) beat St. Patrick (Illinois) 35-6

No. 88 Carmel (Indiana) beat Lawrence Central (Indiana) 14-0

No. 89 Detroit MLK (Michigan) beat Cass Tech (Michigan) 21-15

No. 90 DePaul Catholic (New Jersey) lost to No. 117 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey) 17-14

No. 91 Longview (Texas) beat Sherman (Texas) 56-14

No. 92 Christian Brothers College HS (Missouri) beat Rockhurst (Missouri) 41-10

No. 93 Mill Creek (Georgia) beat Mountain View (Georgia) 56-0

No. 94 Corner Canyon (Utah) beat Pleasant Grove 56-8

No. 95 Santa Margarita (California) lost to No. 1 Mater Dei (California) 56-3

No. 96 Rockwall-Heath (Texas) – Idle

No. 97 Bryant (Arkansas) beat Little Rock Southwest (Arkansas) 48-7

No. 98 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama) beat Gadsden City (Alabama) 35-28

No. 99 Los Alamitos (California) beat Fountain Valley (California) 56-7

No. 100 Archbishop Moeller (Ohio) beat No. 15 St. Edward (Ohio) 28-21 in OT

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