Top 100 Scores for November 18-21, 2021

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We are now set for the stretch run of the High School Football America national championship with Mater Dei (California) still leading the way atop the High School Football America 100 powered by NFL Play Football.

Mater Dei’s 21-16 win over No. 22 Corona Centennial in the CIF-Southern Section Division 1 semifinals sets-up another showdown with arch-rival Servite, which beat No. 3 St. John Bosco.

Like Bosco, IMG Academy (Florida), the nation’s defending national champ, also fell out of the championship hunt. The Ascenders were beaten by No. 19 St. Frances Academy (Maryland).

There are still three Texas teams in the hunt, led by two-time defending state champ Westlake at No. 2. The Chaparrals appear to be on a collision course for a showdown with No. 7 Katy in the Class 6A Division II state semifinals. No. 5 Southlake Carroll in 6A Division I is also in the national championship hunt.

As we head to the release of Monday’s NEW national rankings, look for unbeatens Bergen Catholic (New Jersey), Center Grove (Indiana), Oakland (Tennessee), Dutch Fork (South Carolina) and Jesuit (Florida) to continue to move-up toward the top of the rankings created with our proprietary algorithm.

Below are all of the scores from this weekend’s games involving Top 100 teams.

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No. 1 Mater Dei (California) beat No. 22 Corona Centennial (California) 21-16

No. 2 Westlake (Texas) beat New Braunfels (Texas) 70-7

No. 3 St. John Bosco (California) lost to No. 18 Servite (California) 40-21

No. 4 IMG Academy (Florida) lost to No. 19 St. Frances Academy (Florida) 34-24

No. 5 Southlake Carroll (Texas) beat Midland Legacy (Texas) 42-7

No. 6 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey) beat No. 103 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey) 35-10

No. 7 Katy (Texas) beat Stratford (Texas) 59-7

No. 8 Center Grove (Indiana) beat Ben Davis (Indiana) 45-6

No. 9 Hoover (Alabama) lost to No. 15 Thompson (Alabama) 35-10

No. 10 Oakland (Tennessee) beat Lebanon (Tennessee) 45-20

No. 11 Dutch Fork (South Carolina) beat Sumter (South Carolina) 49-21

No. 12 Jesuit (Florida) beat Braden River (Florida) 49-9

No. 13 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) beat Miramar (Florida) 42-12

No. 14 Hamilton (Arizona) – Idle

No. 15 Thompson (Alabama) beat No. 9 Hoover (Alabama) 35-10

No. 16 Bishop Gorman (Nevada) beat McQueen (Nevada) 56-7

No. 17 Collins Hill (Georgia) beat Pebblebrook (Georgia) 48-6

No. 18 Servite (California) beat No. 3 St. John Bosco (California) 40-21

No. 19 St. Frances Academy (Maryland) beat No. 4 IMG Academy (Florida) 34-24

No. 20 Miami Central (Florida) beat No. 58 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) 41-28

No. 21 St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC) beat No. 68 Good Counsel (Maryland) 30-14

No. 22 Corona Centennial (California) lost to No. 1 Mater Dei (California) 21-16

No. 23 Bixby (Oklahoma) beat Stillwater (Oklahoma) 48-6

No. 24 St. Edward (Ohio) beat No. 98 Medina (Ohio) 41-6

No. 25 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) beat No. 166 Edison (Miami, Florida) 45-0

No. 26 Cathedral (Indiana) beat New Albany (Indiana) 52-13

No. 27 Buford (Georgia) beat Lovejoy (Georgia) 44-7

No. 28 North Cobb (Georgia) lost to No. 181 Roswell (Georgia) 46-43

No. 29 Duncanville (Texas) beat Mesquite (Texas) 52-2

No. 30 Venice (Florida) beat Riverside Sarasota (Florida) 56-14

No. 31 Milton (Georgia) beat Marietta (Georgi) 38-21

No. 32 Male (Kentucky) beat North Hardin (Kentucky) 46-0

No. 33 Chandler (Arizona) – Idle

No. 34 Jenks (Oklahoma) beat Mustang (Oklahoma) 17-10

No. 35 Hough (North Carolina) beat Mallard Creek (North Carolina) 31-17

No. 36 Seminole (Sanford, Florida) beat No. 139 Lake Mary (Florida) 18-7

No. 37 Cocoa (Florida) beat South Sumter (Florida) 41-0

No. 38 Denton Guyer (Texas) beat Dallas Jesuit (Texas) 56-7

No. 39 Denton Ryan (Texas) beat Magnolia West (Texas) 28-20

No. 40 Edna Karr (Louisiana) beat Eunice (Louisiana) 53-7

No. 41 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida) beat Pine Crest (Florida) 42-0

No. 42 Highland Park (Texas) lost to Wakeland (Frisco, Texas) 29-28

No. 43 Westfield (Texas) beat Klein 34-14

No. 44 Aledo (Texas) beat No. 189 Liberty (Frisco, Texas) 57-14

No. 45 Chambers (North Carolina) beat Porter Ridge (North Carolina) 28-10

No. 46 Treasure Coast (Florida) beat Boone (Florida) 51-19

No. 47 North Shore (Texas) beat Clear Springs (Texas) 41-13

No. 48 Warner Robins (Georgia) beat No. 59 Cartersville (Georgia) 24-17

No. 49 East St. Louis (Illinois) beat Crete-Monee (Illinois) 54-13

No. 50 Lee County (Georgia) beat Cambridge (Georgia) 42-39

No. 51 Maryville (Tennessee) beat Farragut (Tennessee) 28-21

No. 52 St. Francis (Mountain View, California) beat Menlo-Atherton (California) 49-28

No. 53 Edgewater (Florida) lost to No. 141 Lake Gibson (Florida) 32-14

No. 54 De La Salle (California) beat Pittsburg (California) 42-14

No. 55 Euless Trinity (Texas) beat Permiam (Texas) 28-17

No. 56 Northwestern (Miami, Florida) beat No. 185 Naples (Florida) 49-35

No. 57 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) beat St. Augustine (Louisiana) 42-35

No. 58 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) lost to No. 20 Miami Central (Florida) 41-28

No. 59 Cartersville (Georgia) lost to No. 48 Warner Robins (Georgia) 24-17

No. 60 Atascocita (Texas) beat No. 161 Dickinson (Texas) 22-21

No. 61 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) beat Northeast (Pennsylvania) 41-6

No. 62 Allen (Texas) beat Lake Highlands (Texas) 49-24

No. 63 Jones (Orlando, Florida) beat No. Auburndale (Florida) 43-7

No. 64 Lake Travis (Texas) beat East Central (Texas) 56-14

No. 65 Pickerington Central (Ohio) lost to Upper Arlington (Ohio) 21-14

No. 66 Arlington Martin (Texas) lost to Lewisville (Texas) 35-18

No. 67 Springfield (Ohio) beat Marysville (Ohio) 26-0

No. 68 Good Counsel (Maryland) lost to No. 21 St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC) 30-14

No. 69 Lakota West (Ohio) lost to No. 76 Archbishop Moeller (Ohio) 21-17

No. 70 Greenville Christian (Mississippi) beat Canton Academy (Mississippi) 46-6

No. 71 Imhotep Charter (Pennsylvania) beat Father Judge (Pennsylvania) 42-7

No. 72 DeMatha (Maryland) – Season Complete

No. 73 Loyola Academy (Illinois) lost to No. 72 Loyola Academy (Illinois) 35-21

No. 74 Detroit King (Michigan) be Mason (Michigan) 46-7

No. 75 Alcoa (Tennessee) beat Pigeon Forge (Tennessee) 52-0

No. 76 Archbishop Moeller (Ohio) beat No. 69 Lakota West (Ohio) 21-17

No. 77 Valor Christian (Colorado) beat Columbine (Colorado) 17-7

No. 78 Buchholz (Florida) beat University (Orange City, Florida) 39-7

No. 79 Lowndes (Georgia) beat Norcross (Georgia) 35-34

No. 80 Corner Canyon (Utah) lost to No. 116 Lone Peak (Utah) 49-42

No. 81 Mill Creek (Georgia) beat McEachern (Georgia) 52-20

No. 82 Niceville (Florida) lost to Nease (Florida) 24-19

No. 83 Christian Brothers College HS (Missouri) beat Lee’s Summit North (Missouri) 28-21

No. 84 Rockwall-Heath (Texas) beat Temple (Texas) 45-33

No. 85 Bryant (Arkansas) beat Northside (Arkansas) 42-10

No. 86 McCallie (Tennessee) beat Pope John Paul II (Tennessee) 47-7

No. 87 Los Alamitos (California) – Season Complete

No. 88 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama) – Season Complete

No. 89 Buchanan (Clovis, California) lost to Liberty (Bakersfield, California) 28-21

No. 90 Central (Phenix City, Alabama) beat No. 102 Auburn (Alabama) 28-17

No. 91 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio) beat Walsh Jesuit (Ohio) 49-24

No. 92 Lipscomb Academy (Tennessee) beat Davidson Academy (Tennessee) 35-0

No. 93 Massillon Washington (Ohio) lost to Green (Ohio) 26-25

No. 94 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey) beat No. 177 St. Augustine (New Jersey) 17-0

No. 95 DePaul Catholic (New Jersey) beat Holy Spirit (New Jersey) 28-14

No. 96 Bolles School (Florida) beat Gadsden County (Florida) 27-6

No. 97 Gaffney (South Carolina) beat No. 113 Northwestern (South Carolina) 16-13 in OT

No. 98 Medina (Ohio) lost to No. 24 St. Edward (Ohio) 41-6

No. 99 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida) beat St. John Paul II (Florida) 44-7

No. 100 Cherry Creek (Colorado) beat Regis Jesuit (Colorado) 28-7

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