Warren Central moves to No. 1 in first in-season High School Football America Indiana Top 10

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Warren Central’s season-opening 21-14 win over Center Grove moves the Warriors to the top spot in the first in-season High School Football America Indiana Top 10. The Warriors also climbed in our national rankings to No. 67.

This week, the defending Class 6A champs will be tested by nationally-ranked Trinity (Kentucky), which knocked-off preseason No. 1 Carmel last week. Trinity is currently ranked No. 87 in the Top 100.

Like Warren Central, Brownsburg will be taking-on a team ranked in our national rankings. On Friday, the No. 6 Bulldogs will travel to Cincinnati to play St. Xavier, ranked No. 116 in the nation.

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Another big game this week features defending 5A champ New Palestine, ranked No. 5 this week, taking-on No. 2 Center Grove.

High School Football America Indiana Top 10

No. 1 Warren Central (1-0)

No. 2 Center Grove (0-1)

No. 3 Carmel (0-1)

No. 4 Avon (1-0)

No. 5 New Palestine (1-0)

No. 6 Brownsburg (1-0)

No. 7 Cathedral (1-0)

No. 8 Valparaiso (1-0)

No. 9 Fort Wayne Snider (1-0)

No. 10 Bishop Dwenger (1-0)

Editor’s Note: The High School Football America national, regional and state rankings are developed using our proprietary algorithm.

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