Who’s Moving Up and Who’s Moving Down in the High School Football America 100 national high school football rankings

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Katy Tompkins soars into the High School Football America 100 national high school football rankings powered by BlackMP Living Water at No. 59 after upsetting former No. 11 Katy Thursday night. It’s the Falcons first appearance in our national rankings created with our proprietary algorithm. Katy drops to No. 62.

There’s plenty of shuffling near the top after Colquitt County had a surprisingly easy 40-10 victory former No. 3 Lowndes. CC moves-up four spots to No. 24 this week, while Lowndes tumbles to 37 spots to No. 40.

Pickerington Central moves up two spots to No. 4 after knocking-off No. 35 Mentor to advance to the Ohio Division I championship game. The defending state champion Tigers will play St. Xavier, which jumps five spots to No. 32 in the latest rankings.

Georgia’s Grayson continues to impress. The Rams rolled past former No. 86 Brookwood 58-17.

St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida) continues to rebound from its loss to Cardinal Gibbons a couple of weeks ago. The Raiders move-up nine spots to No. 13 after knocking-off American Heritage (Plantation, Florida), which drops from No. 18 to No. 26 after its 33-23 loss.

High School Football America 100

November 8, 2020

Rank, Team, StateRecordLast Week
#1 North Shore (Houston, Texas)(7-0)1
#2 IMG Academy (Florida)(7-0)2
#3 Thompson (Alabama) (11-0)4
#4 Pickerington Central (Ohio)(11-0)6
#5 Grayson (Georgia)(8-0)7
#6 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania)(4-0)5
#7 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey)(4-0)8
#8 Westlake (Austin, Texas)(6-0)9
#9 Dutch Fork (South Carolina)(6-0)10
#10 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio)(9-0)12
#11 Duncanville (Texas)(4-1)13
#12 Allen (Texas)(4-0)14
#13 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida)(3-1)22
#14 Maryville (Tennessee)(11-0)15
#15 Center Grove (Indiana)(11-0)16
#16 Corner Canyon (Utah) (11-0)17
#17 Chandler (Arizona)(6-0)19
#18 Owasso (Oklahoma)(9-0)23
#19 Trinity (Kentucky)(6-0)20
#20 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida)(3-1)21
#21 Northwestern (Miami, Florida)(2-1)24
#22 Cathedral (Indiana)(10-1)25
#23 Denton Ryan (Texas)(6-0)26
#24 Colquitt County (Georgia)(6-0)30
#25 Massillon Washington (Ohio)(9-1)32
#26 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida)(5-2)18
#27 Bryant (Arkansas)(9-0)31
#28 Miami Central (Florida)(3-1)27
#29 Brentwood Academy (Tennessee)(10-0)33
#30 Hoover (Alabama)(10-1)34
#31 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida)(7-1)36
#32 St. Xavier (Ohio)(8-2)37
#33 Cedar Hill (Texas)(5-0)47
#34 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey)(4-0)39
#35 Mentor (Ohio)(9-2)35
#36 Denton Guyer (Texas)(5-1)38
#37 Norcross (Georgia)(9-0)42
#38 DeSoto (Texas)(4-1)28
#39 La Salle (Ohio)(8-2)43
#40 Lowndes (Georgia)(6-1)3
#41 Highland Park (Texas) (4-0)40
#42 Lake Travis (Texas) (5-0)41
#43 Bloomingdale (Florida)(8-0)46
#44 Oakland (Tennessee) (11-0)48
#45 Rockwall (Texas)(6-1)44
#46 Southlake Carroll (Texas)(4-1)45
#47 De Smet (Missouri)(4-0)59
#48 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) (4-1)49
#49  Acadiana (Louisiana)(5-0)50
#50 Jones (Orlando, Florida)(6-0)51
#51 Edna Karr (Louisiana)(5-1)52
#52 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama)(9-2)54
#53 Prosper (Texas)(4-1)57
#54 Delbarton (New Jersey)(5-0)55
#55 Bixby (Oklahoma) (8-0)56
#56 Hamilton (Arizona)(5-0)60
#57 Lakota West (Ohio)(8-1)53
#58 Brother Martin (Louisiana)(6-0)64
#59 Tompkins (Katy, Texas)(6-0)HM
#60 Cocoa (Florida)(7-0)76
#61 Saguaro (Arizona)(3-1)61
#62  Katy (Texas)(5-1)11
#63 Oxford (Alabama) (10-1)65
#64 Alcoa (Tennessee)(10-1)63
#65 Aledo (Texas)(4-1)62
#66 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey)(4-2)67
#67 Manvel (Texas) (4-1)68
#68 Cedar Grove (Georgia)(5-0)69
#69 Davison (Michigan)(8-0)70
#70 Rockledge (Florida) (5-1)58
#71 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana)(4-1)72
#72 Carmel (Indiana)(9-2)73
#73 Pine-Richland (Pennsylvania)(8-0)74
#74 Blessed Trinity (Georgia)(4-0)75
#75 John Curtis (Louisiana)(4-2)77
#76 Edgewater (Florida) (3-2)78
#77 Jenks (Oklahoma)(8-1)80
#78 Milton (Georgia)(6-1)81
#79 St. Thomas More (Louisiana)(6-0)82
#80 Lee County (Georgia)(7-1)83
#81 Atascocita (Texas)(3-1)85
#82 Lone Peak (Utah)(11-1)87
#83 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)(4-2)89
#84 Bridgeland (Texas) (7-0)90
#85 Gaffney (South Carolina) (5-0)91
#86 Dorman (South Carolina) (3-1)92
#87 Parkview (Georgia)(6-2)88
#88 Mona Shores (Michigan)(8-0)94
#89 Belleville (Michigan)(8-0)96
#90 Seminole (Sanford, Florida)(8-0)97
#91 Westfield (Indiana)(10-1)99
#92 Pittsburgh Central Catholic (Pennsylvania)(6-2)HM
#93 Warner Robins (Georgia) (7-1)101
#94 Niceville (Florida)(7-0)102
#95 McDowell (Pennsylvania)(6-0)106
#96 Elder (Ohio)(5-4)95
#97 Shadow Creek (Texas)(3-2)109
#98 St. Edward (Ohio)(6-2)98
#99 North Allegheny (Pennsylvania)(6-1)29
#100 Palmetto (Miami, Florida)(1-1)71

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

Dropped-out: No. 66 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey), No. 79 Covington Catholic (Kentucky), No. 84 Massillon Perry (Ohio), No. 86 Brookwood (Georgia), No. 93 Zachary (Louisiana), No. 100 St. Augustine (Louisiana)

*Warner Robins (Georgia) awarded a forfeit victory over Valdosta (Georgia) for the use of an ineligible player.

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