Top 100 Scores for October 15-17, 2020

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Friday night’s high school football action saw several teams in the High School Football America 100 national rankings lose.

The biggest surprise of the night came in the second round of the Ohio Division I playoffs where No. 19 St. Edward was shocked by Medina 35-31. Medina running back Dorian Boyland rushed for 156 yards and two scores in the victory.

In Indiana, No. 22 Center Grove edged No. 25 Cathedral in a battle of unbeatens. You can see the higlights below.

High School Football America 100 Scores

No. 1 North Shore (Texas) beat No. 65 Manvel (Texas) 49-14

No. 2 IMG Academy (Florida) beat Bishop Sycamore (Ohio) 56-6

No. 3 Lowndes (Georgia) vs. Alcovy (Georgia) – In 2-week quarantine until October 30

No. 4 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania) beat No. 105 La Salle College HS (Pennsylvania) 38-14

No. 5 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) beat TRU Prep Academy (Florida) 25-13

No. 6 Pickerington Central (Ohio) beat Hilliard Darby (Ohio) 35-16

No. 7 Grayson (Georgia) beat South Gwinnett (Georgia) 42-7

No. 8 Thompson (Alabama) beat Oak Mountain (Alabama) 49-21

No. 9 Westlake (Austin, Texas) beat San Marcos (Texas) 56-0

No. 10 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey) beat No. 55 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey) 33-20

No. 11 Dutch Fork (South Carolina) beat Lexington (South Carolina) 55-13

No. 12 Maryville (Tennessee) beat Ootewah (Tennessee) 56-12

No. 13 Katy (Texas) vs. Katy Tompkins (Texas), PPD until November 27 due to COVID-19

No. 14 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio) beat Kent Roosevelt (Ohio) 63-0

No. 15 Duncanville (Texas) – Idle

No. 16 Allen (Texas) vs. Tyler Legacy (Texas), Canceled due to COVID-19, Allen in 2-week quarantine until October 23

No. 17 Northwestern (Miami, Florida) – Idle

No. 18 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana) beat Calvary Baptist (Louisiana) 31-14

No. 19 St. Edward (Ohio) lost to Medina (Ohio) 35-31

No. 20 Rockwall (Texas) lost to No. 73 Highland Park (Texas) 46-18

No. 21 Miami Central (Florida) – Idle

No. 22 Center Grove (Indiana) beat No. 25 Cathedral (Indiana) 17-13

No. 23 Corner Canyon (Utah) beat American Fork (Utah) 53-32

No. 24 Trinity (Kentucky) – Idle

No. 25 Cathedral (Indiana) lost to Center Grove (Indiana) 17-13

No. 26 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida) lost to Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida) 3-0

No. 27 Southlake Carroll (Texas) vs. No. 40 Denton Guyer (Texas), Canceled due to Carroll 2-week quarantine.

No. 28 Hoover (Alabama) beat Tuscaloosa County (Alabama) 48-21

No. 29 Denton Ryan (Texas) beat Denton (Texas) 41-0

No. 30 Chandler (Arizona) beat Perry (Arizona) 55-0

No. 31 Owasso (Oklahoma) beat Southmoore (Oklahoma) 43-13

No. 32 Aledo (Texas) lost to No. 97 Cedar Hill (Texas) 27-17

No. 33 Massillon Washington (Ohio) beat Walnut Ridge (Ohio) 56-0

No. 34 Colquitt County (Georgia) – Bye Week in 2-week quarantine until October 30

No. 35 DeSoto (Texas) beat Trinity Christian (Cedar Hill, Texas) 62-29

No. 36 North Allegheny (Pennsylvania) beat Canon-McMillan 35-0

No. 37 Bryant (Arkansas) beat Little Rock Southwest (Arkansas) 70-0

No. 38 Brentwood Academy (Tennessee) – Idle

No. 39 Mentor (Ohio) beat Stow-Munroe Falls (Ohio) 31-14

No. 40 Denton Guyer (Texas) vs. No. 27 Southlake Carroll (Texas), Canceled due to Carroll quarantine

No. 41 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey) beat Paramus Catholic (New Jersey) 37-0

No. 42 St. Xavier (Ohio) beat Archbishop Moeller (Ohio) 45-14

No. 43 Brookwood (Georgia) beat Mountain View (Georgia) 47-20

No. 44 Lake Travis (Texas) beat Hays (Texas) 70-35

No. 45 Edgewater (Florida) beat Osceola (Florida) 31-24

No. 46 Edna Karr (Louisiana) beat No. 83 John Curtis (Louisiana) 36-33

No. 47 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) lost to St. Thomas More (Louisiana) 39-38

No. 48 Venice (Florida) beat Lakewood Ranch (Florida) 66-7

No. 49 Saguaro (Arizona) beat Maricopa (Arizona) 70-14

No. 50 Norcross (Georgia) beat Berkmar (Georgia) 54-7

No. 51 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey) lost to No. 119 Delbarton (New Jersey) 27-21

No. 52 La Salle (Ohio) beat Little Miami (Ohio) 42-14

No. 53 Lakeland (Florida) beat Durant (Florida) 35-0

No. 54 Prosper (Texas) – in 2-week quarantine for COVID-19 that ends October 23

No. 55 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey) losto to No. 10 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey) 33-20

No. 56 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) beat Clearwater International Academy (Florida) 44-34

No. 57 Oakland (Tennessee) beat Riverdale (Tennessee) 30-7

No. 58 Lakota West (Ohio) beat Lakota East (Ohio) 31-14

No. 59 Parkview (Georgia) beat Newton (Georgia) 35-7

No. 60 Starkville (Mississippi) lost to Madison Central (Mississippi) 15-9

No. 61 Bixby (Oklahoma) beat Page (Oklahoma) 51-20

No. 62 Rockledge (Florida) beat Heritage (Florida) 54-7

No. 63 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama) beat Gadsden City (Alabama) 48-12

No. 64 Central Dauphin (Pennsylvania) beat Altoona (Pennsylvania) 49-20

No. 65 Manvel (Texas) lost to No. 1 North Shore (Texas) 49-14

No. 66 De Smet (Missouri) beat St. Louis U HS (Missouri) 38-22

No. 67 Dublin Coffman (Ohio) beat Springboro (Ohio) 45-35

No. 68 McCallie (Tennessee) lost to Father Ryan (Tennessee) 31-7

No. 69 Alcoa (Tennessee) beat Kingston (Tennessee) 41-0

No. 70 Bloomingdale (Florida) beat Kathleen (Florida) 43-6

No. 71 Cedar Grove (Georgia) beat Redan (Georgia) 70-0

No. 72 Hamilton (Arizona) – Idle

No. 73 Highland Park (Texas) beat No. 20 Rockwall (Texas) 46-18

No. 74 Palmetto (Miami, Florida) – Idle

No. 75 Toledo Central Catholic (Ohio) beat Northview (Ohio) 48-0

No. 76 Blessed Trinity (Georgia) – Idle

No. 77 Davison (Michigan) beat Arthur (Michigan) 61-6

No. 78 Auburn (Alabama) beat Smiths Station (Alabama) 45-14

No. 79 Acadiana (Louisiana) beat Southside (Louisiana) 48-7

No. 80 Carmel (Indiana) beat Lawrence Central (Indiana) 48-0

No. 81 Oxford (Alabama) beat Springville (Alabama) 63-6

No. 82 Pine-Richland (Pennsylvania) beat North Hills (Pennsylvania) 59-13

No. 83 John Curtis (Louisiana) lost to No. 46 Edna Karr (Louisiana) 36-33

No. 84 Jones (Orlando, Florida) beat Wekiva (Florida) 42-41

No. 85 Apopka (Florida) lost to West Orange (Florida) 15-14

No. 86 North Little Rock (Arkansas) beat Catholic (Arkansas) 49-10

No. 87 Armwood (Florida) lost to Tampa By Tech (Florida) 48-47

No. 88 Covington Catholic (Kentucky) beat Highlands (Fort Thomas, Kentucky) 42-0

No. 89 Cocoa (Florida) beat Bayside (Florida) 34-8

No. 90 Atascocita (Texas) – Idle

No. 91 Elder (Ohio) beat Princeton (Ohio) 26-21

No. 92 Gaffney (South Carolina) beat Clover (South Carolina) 38-10

No. 93 Lone Peak (Utah) beat Pleasant Grove (Utah) 22-7

No. 94 Jenks (Oklahoma) beat Edmond Santa Fe (Oklahoma) 53-2

No. 95 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida) beat Doral Academy (Florida) 35-3

No. 96 Milton (Georgia) beat Alpharetta (Georgia) 35-20

No. 97 Cedar Hill (Texas) beat No. 32 Aledo (Texas) 27-17

No. 98 Lee County (Georgia) beat Tift County (Georgia) 23-15

No. 99 Massillon Perry (Ohio) beat Canal Winchester (Ohio) 42-0

No. 100 Dorman (South Carolina) vs. Wade Hampton (South Carolina) PPD to November 6 due to COVID-19

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