Where the Top 25 plays this week

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Two games that will shape this year’s battle for High School Football America’s “mythical” national championship highlight next weekend’s schedule.

On Saturday afternoon, #4 Miami Central (Florida) take to the road to square-off with #21 DeMatha (Maryland).  The game will be shown on ESPN as part of the GEICO High School Football Kickoff Classic.

Then Saturday night, top-ranked De La Salle (California) travels to Texas to face #23 Euless Trinity (Texas).  Kickoff for the Spartans and Trojans will be 9 o’clock Eastern Time with ESPN2 showing the game to the nation.

High School Football America Top 25
August 27-30, 2015

#1 De La Salle (CA) at #23 Euless Trinity (TX) – Saturday

#2 Allen (TX) vs. Denton Guyer (TX) – Friday

#3 Bishop Gorman (NV) vs. Chandler (AZ) – Saturday

#4 Miami Central (FL) at #21 DeMatha (MD) – Saturday

#5 DeSoto (TX) vs. Arlington Martin (TX) – Saturday

#6 Corona Centennial (CA) vs. East (UT) – Friday

#7 Mallard Creek (NC) vs. Butler (NC) – Friday

#8 St. Thomas Aquinas (FL) vs. Booker T. Washington (FL) – Friday

#9 Colquitt County (GA) vs. Plant (FL) – Friday

#10 St. John Bosco (CA) at La Mirada (CA) – Friday

#11 Katy (TX) vs. Kingwood (TX) – Thursday

#12 La Salle (OH) vs. Carmel (IN) – Saturday

#13 Cedar Hill (TX) vs. South Oak Cliff (TX) – Friday

#14. South Panola (MS) vs. Meridian (MS) – Friday

#15 Archer (GA) vs. Peachtree Ridge (GA) – Saturday

#16 Good Counsel (MD) vs. Woodrow Wilson (DC) – Friday

#17 Mainland (FL) vs. Deland (FL) – Friday

#18 Mater Dei (CA) vs. Bishop Amat (CA) – Friday

#19 Clay-Chalkville (AL) at Minor (AL) – Friday

#20 IMG Academy (FL) vs. Miramar (FL) – Sunday

#21 DeMatha (MD) vs. #4 Miami Central (FL) – Saturday

#22 Pittsburgh Central Catholic (PA) – Idle

#23 Euless Trinity (TX) vs. #1 De La Salle (CA) – Saturday

#24 Spartanburg (SC) at Wakulla (FL) – Saturday

#25 Bingham (UT) vs. Herriman (UT) – Friday

 

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Jeff Fisher
Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America. Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet. Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.