Westlake finishes No. 1 in High School Football America Texas Top 25

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Back-to-back state champ Westlake finishes 2020 (2021) as the top team in the Lone Star State. The Chaparrals, who moved up a classification from 2019, captured the title in the state’s biggest classification by beating Southlake Carroll, which solidified the Chaps spot atop the High School Football America Texas Top 25 created with our proprietary algorithm.

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North Shore, which spent nearly the entire year at No. 1 in the High School Football America 100 national rankings, finishes the year No. 2 in the statewide rankings, followed by Denton Ryan at No. 3, Katy at No. 4 and Southlake Carroll at No. 5

High School Football America Texas Top 25

No. 1 Westlake (14-0)

No. 2 North Shore (14-1)

No. 3 Denton Ryan (15-0)

No. 4 Katy (14-1)

No. 5 Southlake Carroll (12-2)

No. 6 Duncanville (10-2)

No. 7 Allen (10-1)

No. 8 Cedar Hill (12-2)

No. 9 DeSoto (10-1)

No. 10 Highland Park (10-1)

No. 11 Rockwall (10-2)

No. 12 Katy Tompkins (10-1)

No 13 Cedar Park (14-1)

No. 14 Denton Guyer (11-3)

No. 15 Aledo (13-1)

No. 16 Euless Trinity (10-2)

No. 17 Pearland Dawson (10-1)

No. 18 Bridgeland (12-1)

No. 19 Shadow Creek (6-4)

No. 20 Manvel (7-2)

No. 21 Arlington Martin (10-2)

No. 22 Atascocita (7-2)

No. 23 Prosper (8-4)

No. 24 Rockwall-Heath (11-3)

No. 25 Argyle (16-0)

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

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