Top 25 Scoreboard – Week 2

1.  Allen Eagles (Texas) beat Dutch Fork (South Carolina) 58-53

2. St. Thomas Aquinas Raiders (Florida),  Idle

3. Booker T. Washington Tornadoes (Florida) beat #7 Miami Central (Florida) 21-20

4. De La Salle Spartans (California) beat Serra (San Mateo, CA) 41-13

5. DeSoto (Texas) beat Eastern Christian Academy (Maryland) 54-34

6. St. John Bosco Braves (California) beat Norwalk (California) 48-3

7. Miami Central Rockets (Florida) lost to #3 Booker T. Washington (Florida) 21-20

8. Bishop Gorman Gaels (Nevada) beat Bingham (Utah) 23-20 (OT)

9. Cedar Hill Longhorns (Texas) beat Arlington Bowie (Texas) 48-30

10. St. Joseph’s Prep Hawks (Pennsylvania) lost to Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey) 35-7

11. Folsom Bulldogs (California) beat Clovis North (California) 49-13

12. Archbishop Moeller Crusaders (Ohio) beat Covington Catholic (Kentucky) 39-0

13. Katy Tigers (Texas) defeats Fort Bend Travis (Texas) 55-0

14. St. Edward Eagles (Ohio) beat Glenville (Ohio) 47-7

15. Jenks Trojans (Oklahoma) beat Bixby (Oklahoma) 66-20

16. Bellevue Wolverines (Washington) beat Serra (Gardena, CA) 31-14

17. Buford Wolves (Georgia) beat McEachern (Georgia) 27-20

18. (18) Centreville Wildcats (Virginia) lost to Gonzaga (Washington DC), 31-14

19. (19) St. Peter’s Prep Marauders (New Jersey) beat Wise (Maryland) beat 35-9

20. (20) Southlake Carroll Dragons (Texas) beat Union (Oklahoma) 42-41 (OT)

21. (21) South Panola Tigers (Mississippi) beat Meridian (Mississippi) 42-13

22. (NR) Mater Dei Monarchs (California) beat Villa Park (California) 63-0

23 (NR) Archbishop Wood Vikings (Pennsylvania) beat Martin Luther King (Pennsylvania) 46-7

24. (NR) Colquitt County Packers (Georgia) beat Crisp County (Georgia) 55-0

25. (25) Acadiana Rams (Louisiana) beat Northside (Louisiana) 55-6

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