Week 12 of the Top 100 high school football rankings

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For the second straight week, there is little change in the High School Football America 100 powered by the NFL Play Football. Fifty-nine of the teams held their previous week’s positions in the latest rankings that are created with HSFA’s proprietary algorithm.

With the postseason underway in every state except Arizona, Connecticut and Hawaii, the road to a national championship is officially underway.

In California, top-ranked Mater Dei begins its drive for its a third High School Football America national championship in five years Friday when it plays No. 119 Norco in the opening round of the CIF-Southern Section Division 1 playoffs. Looming in the second round for the Monarchs is the winner of the game between No. 24 Corona Centennial and No. 95 Mission Viejo.

On the other side of the bracket, No. 3 St. John Bosco plays No. 87 Los Alamitos. The winner of SJB/Los Al game gets the winner of the other quarterfinal game between No. 19 Servite and No. 121 Santa Margarita.

The playoffs begin in Texas this week. No. 2 Westlake will be looking for its third straight state championship.

Westlake brings a 34-game win streak into the postseason. The Chaparrals, who are the Class 6A Division II bracket, open the playoffs against Hutto.

Many are looking forward to a possible state semifinal showdown between the Chaps and No. 7 Katy.

Florida also begins the postseason this weekend with its regional quarterfinal matchups.

Arizona will wrap-up the regular season this weekend with a showdown between No. 11 Chandler and No. 16 Hamilton. The 29th meeting between the two Phoenix-area neighbors may be the first of two meetings between the two over the next month.

Chandler, the five-time defending state champs, have won nine straight against their rivals, including two wins last year. Chandler won the Open Division championship last year with a 23-21 over Hamilton.

High School Football America 100 powered by NFL Play Football

Rank/School/StateRecordLast Week
No. 1 Mater Dei (California)(8-0)1
No. 2 Westlake (Austin, Texas)(10-0)2
No. 3 St. John Bosco (California)(9-1)3
No. 4 IMG Academy (Florida)(9-0)4
No. 5 Southlake Carroll (Texas) (10-0)5
No. 6 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey)(9-0)6
No. 7 Katy (Texas)(10-0)7
No. 8 Center Grove (Indiana)(11-0)8
No. 9 Hoover (Alabama)(11-0)9
No. 10 Oakland (Tennessee)(11-0)10
No. 11 Chandler (Arizona)(9-0)11
No. 12 Dutch Fork (South Carolina)(9-0)12
No. 13 Jesuit (Florida)(10-0)13
No. 14 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida)(9-1)14
No. 15 Thompson (Alabama)(10-1)15
No. 16 Hamilton (Arizona)(9-0)16
No. 17 Bishop Gorman (Nevada)(10-1)17
No. 18 Collins Hill (Georgia)(10-0)18
No. 19 Servite (California)(8-2)19
No. 20 St. Frances Academy (Maryland)(7-1)20
No. 21 Miami Central (Florida)(7-2)21
No. 22 St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC)(9-0)22
No. 23 Bixby (Oklahoma)(10-0)23
No. 24 Corona Centennial (California)(10-0)24
No. 25 St. Edward (Ohio)(11-1)25
No. 26 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida)(7-1)26
No. 27 Cathedral (Indiana)(11-1)27
No. 28 Buford (Georgia) (9-1)28
No. 29 North Cobb (Georgia)(9-1)29
No. 30 Duncanville (Texas)(8-1)30
No. 31 Venice (Florida)(9-1)31
No. 32 Milton (Georgia)(9-1)32
No. 33 St. Xavier (Ohio)(10-2)33
No. 34 Jenks (Oklahoma)(9-1)34
No. 35 Male (Kentucky)(10-0)35
No. 36 Hough (North Carolina)(11-0)36
No. 37 Seminole (Sanford, Florida)(9-1)37
No. 38 Cocoa (Florida)(8-1)38
No. 39 Denton Guyer (Texas)(9-1)39
No. 40 Denton Ryan (Texas)(9-1)40
No. 41 Edna Karr (Louisiana)(8-0)41
No. 42 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida)(7-2)42
No. 43 Highland Park (Texas)(9-1)43
No. 44 Westfield (Texas)(10-0)44
No. 45 Aledo (Texas)(10-0)45
No. 46 Chambers (North Carolina)(10-1)46
No. 47 Treasure Coast (Florida)(7-1)47
No. 48 North Shore (Texas)(9-1)48
No. 49 Warner Robins (Georgia)(9-1)49
No. 50 Lee County (Georgia)(9-1)50
No. 51 East St. Louis (Illinois)(9-2)51
No. 52 Maryville (Tennessee)(11-0)52
No. 53 St. Francis (Mountain View, California)(9-0)53
No. 54 Edgewater (Florida)(9-1)54
No. 55 De La Salle (California)(8-2)55
No. 56 Euless Trinity (Texas)(9-1)62
No. 57 Northwestern (Miami, Florida)(7-3)57
No. 58 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)(9-1)58
No. 59 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida)(5-3)59
No. 60 Cartersville (Georgia)(10-0)60
No. 61 Atascocita (Texas)(8-2)63
No. 62 La Salle College HS (Pennsylvania)(9-1)64
No. 63 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania)(7-2)65
No. 64 Allen (Texas)(8-2)66
No. 65 Jones (Orlando, Florida)(8-2)67
No. 66 Lake Travis (Texas)(8-2)61
No. 67 Arlington Martin (Texas)(8-2)68
No. 68 Pickerington Central (Ohio)(11-1)72
No. 69 Imhotep Charter (Pennsylvania)(7-1)69
No. 70 Greenville Christian (Mississippi)(10-1)70
No. 71 DeMatha (Maryland)(7-2)71
No. 72 Springfield (Ohio)(10-1)74
No. 73 Loyola Academy (Illinois)(11-0)78
No. 74 Lakota West (Ohio)(11-1)75
No. 75 Good Counsel (Maryland)(6-4)73
No. 76 Martin Luther King (Detroit, Michigan)(10-1)80
No. 77 Alcoa (Tennessee)(10-1)77
No. 78 Archbishop Moeller (Ohio)(9-3)82
No. 79 Valor Christian (Colorado)(10-0)81
No. 80 Buchholz (Florida)(9-1)88
No. 81 Lowndes (Georgia)(8-2)83
No. 82 St. Ignatius (Ohio)(8-4)84
No. 83 Mill Creek (Georgia)(9-1)85
No. 84 Niceville (Florida)(9-1)86
No. 85 Colquitt County (Georgia)(8-2)87
No. 86 Christian Brothers College HS (Missouri)(10-1)89
No. 87 Los Alamitos (California)(9-1)90
No. 88 Corner Canyon (Utah)(11-1)91
No. 89 Rockwall-Heath (Texas)(9-1)92
No. 90 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama)(9-2)93
No. 91 Bryant (Arkansas)(9-1)94
No. 92 McCallie (Tennessee)(10-0)95
No. 93 Bolles School (Florida)(6-2)96
No. 94 Central (Phenix City, Alabama)(11-0)97
No. 95 Mission Viejo (California)(9-1)102
No. 96 Buchanan (Clovis, California)(9-1)100
No. 97 DePaul Catholic (New Jersey)(7-2)103
No. 98 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida)(6-4)98
No. 99 Seton Hall Prep (New Jersey)(7-3)105
No. 100 Cherry Creek (Colorado) (8-2)99
Editor’s Note: The High School Football America national, regional and state rankings are developed using our proprietary algorithm.

The Other 100 powered by NFL Play Football

Rank/School/StateRecordLast Week
No. 101 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio)(9-3)106
No. 102 Oscar Smith (Virginia)(8-1)104
No. 103 Massillon Washington (Ohio)(10-2)109
No. 104 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey)(6-3)107
No. 105 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey)(6-4)108
No. 106 Lipscomb Academy (Tennessee)(10-1)111
No. 107 Auburn (Alabama)(9-2)112
No. 108 Gaffney (South Carolina)(11-0)113
No. 109 Westfield (Indiana)(10-1)110
No. 110 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey)(7-3)114
No. 111 Lakeland (Florida)(9-1)120
No. 112 Grimsley (North Carolina)(11-0)115
No. 113 Rockwall (Texas)(8-2)116
No. 114 Archbishop Spalding (Maryland)(10-0)117
No. 115 Medina (Ohio)(12-0)118
No. 116 Bartram Trail (Florida)(8-2)101
No. 117 DeSoto (Texas)(8-2)121
No. 118 Saguaro (Arizona)(8-1)123
No. 119 Norco (California)(8-2)122
No. 120 Northwestern (South Carolina)(10-1)124
No. 121 Santa Margarita (California)(6-4)125
No. 122 Skyridge (Utah)`(11-1)126
No. 123 Orange Lutheran (California)(7-4)127
No. 124 Longview (Texas) (7-3)128
No. 125 Sierra Canyon (California)(6-4)129
No. 126 Apopka (Florida)(8-2)132
No. 127 Serra (San Mateo, California)(8-1)119
No. 128 Liberty (Nevada)(9-1)134
No. 129 Killian (Florida)(10-0)135
No. 130 Central (Fresno, California)(7-1)130
No. 131 Fort Bend Marshall (Texas)(10-0)131
No. 132 St. Xavier (Louisville, Kentucky) (10-1)136
No. 133 Iona Prep (New York)(8-1)137
No. 134 Dillard (Florida)(9-1)138
No. 135 Spring (Texas)(9-1)139
No. 136 Lone Peak (Utah)(8-2)140
No. 137 Columbus (Miami, Florida)(6-3)141
No. 138 Palmetto (Miami, Florida)(7-2)142
No. 139 La Salle (Ohio)(7-5)143
No. 140 Tompkins (Katy, Texas)(9-1)144
No. 141 Merritt Island (Florida)(9-1)145
No. 142 Westlake (Atlanta, Georgia)(8-2)146
No. 143 Deerfield Beach (Florida)(8-2)147
No. 144 Carlsbad (California)(10-0)148
No. 145 Carthage (Texas)(9-0)149
No. 146 Central York (Pennsylvania)(11-0)150
No. 147 Brownsburg (Indiana)(9-2)154
No. 148 Cibolo Steele (Texas)(10-0)153
No. 149 Carmel (Indiana)(9-2)79
No. 150 Rockledge (Florida)(8-2)152
No. 151 Shadow Creek (Texas)(8-2)158
No. 152 Pulaski Academy (Arkansas)(9-1)159
No. 153 Edison (Huntington Beach. California)(8-3)160
No. 154 Lake Mary (Florida)(9-1)161
No. 155 South Pointe (South Carolina)(8-1)162
No. 156 Gulliver Prep (Florida)(7-1)163
No. 157 Corona del Mar (California)(9-2)164
No. 158 Brookwood (Georgia)(8-2)165
No. 159 Lake Gibson (Florida)(6-3)166
No. 160 Christ Presbyterian Academy (Tennessee)(9-2)167
No. 161 Vero Beach (Florida)(6-2)168
No. 162 Joliet Catholic (Illinois)(11-0)184
No. 163 Cardinal Gibbons (North Carolina)(9-2)170
No. 164 Lafayette Christian Academy (Louisiana)(8-1)171
No. 165 Riverside (Jacksonville, Florida)(9-1)172
No. 166 Acadiana (Louisiana)(8-2)173
No. 167 Dickinson (Texas)(8-2)174
No. 168 Tampa Bay Tech (Florida)(10-0)176
No. 169 Cathedral Catholic (San Diego, California)(8-2)178
No. 170 De La Salle Collegiate (Michigan)(10-0)183
No. 171 St. Charles Catholic (Louisiana)(8-0)179
No. 172 C.E. King (Texas)(8-2)180
No. 173 Richmond (North Carolina)(10-1)185
No. 174 Edison (Miami, Florida)(5-4)175
No. 175 Brother Rice (Illinois)(9-2)186
No. 176 University (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)(10-0)187
No. 177 Marysville (Ohio)(11-0)188
No. 178 Lakewood (Florida) (8-2)181
No. 179 Cedar Hill (Texas)(6-4)189
No. 180 Alemany (California)(6-3)190
No. 181 Zachary Broncos (Louisiana)(10-0)191
No. 182 Fort Dorchester Patriots (South Carolina)(10-0)192
No. 183 Ware County (Georgia)(8-1)193
No. 184 Berkeley Prep (Florida)(9-0)194
No. 185 St. Augustine (New Jersey)(8-1)195
No. 186 Clay-Chalkville (Alabama)(11-0)196
No. 187 West Orange (Florida)(9-1)197
No. 188 C.E. Byrd (Louisiana)(9-1)199
No. 189 Roswell (Georgia)(8-2)198
No. 190 Myers Park (North Carolina)(8-3)200
No. 191 Lincoln (Tallahasee)(8-2)HM
No. 192 Bishop Amat (California)(8-3)HM
No. 193 American Fork (Utah)(7-4)157
No. 194 Rocklin (California)(10-0)HM
No. 195 Lovejoy (Texas)(9-1)156
No. 196 Naples (Florida)(9-0)HM
No. 197 Woodward Academy (Georgia)(10-0)NR
No. 198 Frisco (Texas)(9-1)NR
No. 199 Creekside (Georgia)(8-2)76
No. 200 Liberty (Frisco, Texas)(9-1)NR
Editor’s Note: The High School Football America national, regional and state rankings are developed using our proprietary algorithm.

High School Football America National Rankings — Honorable Mention

Arizona (3 teams)
Queen Creek Bulldogs(7-2)
Red Mountain Mountain Lions(8-2)
Williams Field Black Hawks(7-2)
Arkansas (3 teams)
Conway Wampus Cats(8-2)
Fayetteville Bulldogs(8-2)
North Little Rock Charging Wildcats(8-2)
California (14 teams)
Etiwanda Eagles(11-0)
Folsom Bulldogs(7-3)
Granite Bay Grizzlies(8-2)
Inglewood Sentinels(10-0)
Lincoln Hornets (San Diego) (6-3)
Long Beach Poly Jackrabbits(8-3)
Loyola Cubs(8-3)
Mission Hills Grizzlies(8-2)
Modesto Central Catholic (9-1)
Pittsburg Pirates(7-1)
Serra Cavaliers (Gardena)(6-4)
St. Mary’s Rams (Stockton)(9-2)
Vista Murrieta Broncos(9-2)
Warren Bears(8-1)
Florida (13 teams)
Champagnat Catholic Lions(7-2)
Clearwater Academy International Knights(8-2)
Columbia Tigers(6-4)
Gainesville Hurricanes(8-2)
Hillsborough Terriers(8-2)
Miramar Patriots(6-3)
Osceola Kowboys(8-2)
Palm Beach Central Broncos(8-0)
Raines Vikings(7-2)
Riverview Sarasota Rams(8-2)
St. Augustine Yellow Jackets(5-3)
Vanguard Knights(10-0)
Western Wildcats(8-2)
  
Georgia (7 teams)
Archer Tigers(6-4)
Carver (Columbus) Tigers(8-1)
Grayson Rams(7-3)
Langston Hughes Panthers(9-1)
Marietta Blue Devils(6-4)
Marist War Eagles(8-1)
Walton Raiders(6-3)
  
Illinois (2 teams)
Mount Carmel (Chicago) Caravan(8-3)
St. Rita Mustangs(9-2)
Indiana (2 teams)
Merrillville Pirates(11-0)
Roncalli Royals(12-0)
Louisiana (9 teams)
Archbishop Rummel Raiders(5-3)
Brother Martin Crusaders(3-5)
Captain Shreve Gators(9-1)
Jesuit Blue Jays(8-0)
John Curtis Patriots(4-3)
Madison Prep Academy Chargers(9-1)
Neville Tigers(8-1)
Ruston Bearcats(8-2)
West Monroe Rebels(6-3)
 
Maryland (3 teams)
Calvert Hall Cardinals(7-2)
Mount St. Joseph Gaels(7-3)
Rock Creek Christian Academy Eagles(6-1)
 
Massachusetts (1 team)
Catholic Memorial Knights (8-0)
 
Michigan (4 teams)
Adams Highlanders(11-0)
Belleville Tigers (10-1)
Detroit Catholic Central Shamrocks(8-3)
West Bloomfield Lakers(10-1)
 
Mississippi (6 teams)
Brandon Bulldogs(8-2)
Madison Central Jaguars(9-1)
Madison-Ridgeland Patriots(9-3)
Oak Grove Warriors(9-2)
Oxford Chargers (7-4)
Starkville Yellow Jackets(9-1)
Ohio (3 teams) 
Chardon Hilltoppers(12-0)
New Albany Eagles(12-0)
Toledo Central Catholic Fighting Irish(10-2)
 
Oklahoma (1 team)
Union Football Team(9-1)
 
Pennsylvania (4 teams)
Cathedral Prep Ramblers(9-1)
Governor Mifflin Mustangs(8-0)
Mount Lebanon Blue Devils(10-0)
Pittsburgh Central Catholic Vikings(8-2)
 
South Carolina (2 teams)
Spring Valley Vikings(7-2)
T.L. Hanna Yellow Jackets (10-1)
 
Tennessee (1 team)
Summit Spartans(11-0)
 
Texas (16 teams)
A&M Consolidated Tigers(8-2)
College Station Cougars (10-0)
Colleyville Heritage Panthers(9-1)
Dallas Jesuit Rangers(9-1)
Ennis Lions(10-0)
Garland Owls(10-0)
Lone Star Rangers(8-2)
Lubbock Cooper Pirates(9-1)
Mansfield Summit Jaguars(7-3)
Manvel Mavericks(8-2)
McKinney Boyd Broncos(8-2)
Montgomery Bears(10-0)
Ridge Point Panthers(9-1)
San Antonio Brennan Bears(10-0)
Veterans Memorial Eagles (Corpus Christi)(9-1)
Wichita Falls Rider Raiders(9-1)
Utah (1 team)
Lehi Pioneers(9-3)
 
Virginia (3 teams)
Highland Springs(7-3)
Stone Bridge Bulldogs(9-0)
Varina Blue Devils(8-1)
  
Washington, DC (1 team) 
Gonzaga Eagles(5-5)
West Virginia (1 team)
Martinsburg Bulldogs(9-1)
Editor’s Note: The High School Football America national, regional and state rankings are developed using our proprietary algorithm.

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