High School Football America 100

Mater Dei Stays At No. 1, State Champs Underway

The road to a third High School Football America 100 national championship in five years for Mater Dei (California) has one more hurdle left.

The road to a third High School Football America 100 national championship in five years for Mater Dei (California) has one more hurdle left. After an off-week this week, Mater Dei will face Serra High School from San Mateo, Tom Brady’s alma mater, in the California Open Division high school football championship on December 11.

The Monarchs, who won our national titles in 2017 and 2018, have spent all season ranked No. 1 in our national rankings that are created with our proprietary algorithm. Serra, after beating former No. 50 St. Francis (Mountain View, California) over the weekend for the Central Coast Section Division 1 title, moves up from No. 100 to No. 77 in our latest rankings.

This past weekend, three Top 100 teams were crowned champs in National Football League stadiums.

In New Jersey, No. 4 Bergen Catholic beat arch-rival Don Bosco Prep 28-7 at MetLife Stadium, home of the New York Giants and New York Jets. The Crusaders’ Non-Public A title closed-out a perfect 12-0 season.

No. 8 Center Grove won its second straight Indiana 6A state title. The Trojans won the championship with a 27-21 win over No. 94 Westfield at Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Indianapolis Colts.

Detroit’s Martin Luther King moves-up twelve spots to No. 51 in the latest rankings powered by NFL Play Football. MLK won the Division 3 title by beating defending state champ DeWitt 25-21 at Ford Field, home of the Detroit Lions.

This week Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Washington and West Virginia will hold their respective state championships.

Rank/School/StateRecordLast Week
No. 1 Mater Dei (California)(11-0)1
No. 2 Westlake (Austin, Texas)(13-0)2
No. 3 Southlake Carroll (Texas) (13-0)3
No. 4 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey)(12-0)4
No. 5 Katy (Texas)(13-0)5
No. 6 Servite (California)(10-3)6
No. 7 St. John Bosco (California)(10-2)7
No. 8 Center Grove (Indiana)(14-0)8
No. 9 Oakland (Tennessee)(14-0)9
No. 10 Jesuit (Florida)(13-0)10
No. 11 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida)(12-1)11
No. 12 St. Frances Academy (Maryland)(8-1)12
No. 13 IMG Academy (Florida)(9-1)13
No. 14 Dutch Fork (South Carolina)(12-0)14
No. 15 Thompson (Alabama)(12-1)15
No. 16 Hamilton (Arizona)(11-0)16
No. 17 Bishop Gorman (Nevada)(12-1)17
No. 18 Collins Hill (Georgia)(13-0)18
No. 19 St. John's College HS (Washington, DC)(11-0)19
No. 20 Miami Central (Florida)(10-2)20
No. 21 Corona Centennial (California)(11-1)21
No. 22 St. Edward (Ohio)(14-1)22
No. 23 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida)(9-1)23
No. 24 Bixby (Oklahoma)(12-0)24
No. 25 Buford (Georgia) (12-1)25
No. 26 Cathedral (Indiana)(14-1)26
No. 27 Duncanville (Texas)(11-1)27
No. 28 Venice (Florida)(12-1)28
No. 29 Male (Kentucky)(13-0)29
No. 30 Milton (Georgia)(12-1)30
No. 31 Hoover (Alabama)(12-1)31
No. 32 Hough (North Carolina)(14-0)32
No. 33 Chandler (Arizona)(10-1)33
No. 34 Jenks (Oklahoma)(11-1)34
No. 35 Cocoa (Florida)(10-1)36
No. 36 Denton Guyer (Texas)(12-1)27
No. 37 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida)(9-2)38
No. 38 Denton Ryan (Texas)(12-1)39
No. 39 Edna Karr (Louisiana)(11-0)40
No. 40 Chambers (North Carolina)(13-1)42
No. 41 Treasure Coast (Florida)(10-1)44
No. 42 North Shore (Texas)(12-1)45
No. 43 Warner Robins (Georgia)(12-1)46
No. 44 Northwestern (Miami, Florida)(10-3)53
No. 45 Atascocita (Texas)(11-2)57
No. 46 Jones (Orlando, Florida)(11-2)58
No. 47 Springfield (Ohio)(13-1)60
No. 48 Allen (Texas)(11-2)61
No. 49 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)(11-1)55
No. 50 St. Joseph's Prep (Pennsylvania)(10-2)56
No. 51 Martin Luther King (Detroit, Michigan)(13-1)63
No. 52 De La Salle (California)(10-2)52
No. 53 Lake Travis (Texas)(11-2)62
No. 54 Valor Christian (Colorado)(13-0)71
No. 55 Apopka (Florida)(11-2)99
No. 56 Buchholz (Florida)(12-1)73
No. 57 DeSoto (Texas)(10-2)95
No. 58 Seminole (Sanford, Florida)(11-2)35
No. 59 Imhotep Charter (Pennsylvania)(9-1)67
No. 60 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida)(6-4)59
No. 61 North Cobb (Georgia)(10-2)54
No. 62 Greenville Christian (Mississippi)(12-1)64
No. 63 Christian Brothers College HS (Missouri)(13-1)75
No. 64 Westfield (Texas)(12-1)41
No. 65 Archbishop Moeller (Ohio)(11-4)65
No. 66 Maryville (Tennessee)(13-1)49
No. 67 Alcoa (Tennessee)(13-1)66
No. 68 Good Counsel (Maryland)(7-5)68
No. 69 Lakota West (Ohio)(12-2)69
No. 70 DeMatha (Maryland)(7-3)70
No. 71 St. Francis (Mountain View, California)(11-1)50
No. 72 McCallie (Tennessee)(12-0)77
No. 73 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio)(12-3)82
No. 74 Orange Lutheran (California)(10-4)90
No. 75 Central (Phenix City, Alabama)(13-0)81
No. 76 Pickerington Central (Ohio)(12-2)72
No. 77 Serra (San Mateo, California)(11-1)100
No. 78 Bryant (Arkansas)(12-1)80
No. 79 Euless Trinity (Texas)(11-2)51
No. 80 Lipscomb Academy (Tennessee)(12-1)86
No. 81 Lone Peak (Utah)(10-2)83
No. 82 Walton (Georgia)(9-3)142
No. 83 East St. Louis (Illinois)(12-3)47
No. 84 Lee County (Georgia)(11-2)48
No. 85 Gaffney (South Carolina) (14-0)91
No. 86 Lowndes (Georgia)(10-3)74
No. 87 Columbus (Miami, Florida)(9-3)108
No. 88 St. Xavier (Louisville, Kentucky) (13-1)96
No. 89 Mill Creek (Georgia)(11-2)76
No. 90 Los Alamitos (California)(9-2)88
No. 91 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey)(8-5)84
No. 92 Corner Canyon (Utah)(12-2)85
No. 93 Cartersville (Georgia)(11-1)78
No. 94 Westfield (Indiana)(12-2)93
No. 95 Bolles School (Florida)(8-2)92
No. 96 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida)(8-4)94
No. 97 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama)(9-3)89
No. 98 Cherry Creek (Colorado) (11-2)97
No. 99 Oscar Smith (Virginia)(11-1)98
No. 100 Lake Gibson (Florida)(9-3)114