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RivalsHigh25 - Final Football Rankings

By: RivalsHigh.com Network

Date: December 24, 2001

 

Scroll down to the 9th ranked team in the nation.
 

The RivalsHigh.com National High School Football Rankings
 

RANK
SCHOOL
RECORD
LAST WEEK
1.
De La Salle, Concord, Calif.
12-0
1
Season Complete
The Spartans won their 10th straight North Coast Section 4A title and 125th consecutive game by defeating regionally ranked San Leandro, 48-13.
 
2.
Jenks, Jenks, Okla.
13-0
2
Season Complete
The Trojans won their sixth straight 6A state title by holding on to a 31-28 victory over regionally ranked Putnam City North.
 
3.
Poly, Long Beach, Calif.
12-1
3
Season Complete
The Jackrabbits won their third consecutive CIF Southern Section Division I title by defeating regionally ranked Edison, 42-28.
 
4.
Parkview, Lilburn, Ga.
15-0
6

Season Complete
Edged Northside Warner Robins, 12-7, to successfully defend the Panthers' Class AAAAA championship ... Parkview is the first team to win back-to-back titles in Georgia's top division in 21 years.

Photo Courtesy 4ShotSports

 
5.
Evangel Christian, Shreveport, La.
14-1
4
DE Chris Bowers

Season Complete
Defeated defending national champs No. 10 West Monroe, 34-27, to claim the 5A state title.

Photo courtesy RodsEvangelWebsite.com

 
6.
Lufkin, Texas
15-1
7
Season Complete
QB Reggie McNeal put up more than 380 all purpose yards while WR Jeremie Berry caught four passes for 185 yards and two touchdowns as the Panthers proved why they were the Texas' preseason No. 1 team by defeating regionally ranked Austin Westlake, .???? for the Class 5A Division II title.
 
7.
Independence, Charlotte, N.C.
16-0
5
QB Chris Leak

Season Complete
Defeated Wilmington Laney, 49-25, to defend their Class 4A state championship.

 
8.
Lincoln, Tallahassee, Fla.
14-1
8

Season Complete
Defeated St. Thomas Aquinas, 28-20 for the Florida Class 4A state title.

 

 
9.
Neshaminy, Langhorne, Pa.
15-0
9
RB Jamar Brittingham

Season Complete
The Redskins defeated No. 23 Woodland Hills, 21-7, to capture the PIAA Class AAAA championship.

Photo courtesy Mike Zortman of PASportsWire.com

 
10.
West Monroe, West Monroe, La.
14-1
10

Season Complete
Came up short in defense of their 5A title, losing 34-27 to No. 5 Evangel Christian.

Photo courtesy Matt Sanches of OleRebels.com

 
11.
Marlboro County, Bennettsville, S.C.
15-0
12
QB Syvelle Newton

Season Complete
Defeated Conway, 17-10, to win the Class AAAA Division II state championship.

Photo courtesy SCVarsity.com

 
12.
Mesquite, Texas
15-0
15
Season Complete
Edged San Antonio Taft, 14-13, for their first Class 5A Division I state title.

Photo courtesy TexasPrepXtra.com

 
13.
Northside, Warner Robins, Ga.
13-1
11
Northside Coverage
Season Complete
Lost to defending state champion No. 4 Parkview, 12-7, for the Class AAAAA title.
 
14.
Harrison, Farmington Hills, Mich.
14-0
13
Season Complete
Won its fifth straight championship by handing Fruitport its first loss of the season, 28-6, in the Division 3 title game.
 
15.
Ben Davis, Indianapolis, Ind.
15-0
14

Season Complete
Giants won their sixth state title with a 35-16 win over regionally ranked Valparaiso.

 
16.
Blue Springs, Mo.
14-0
16
Season Complete
MoSports.com's No. 1 team defeated then-No. 24 Hazelwood East, 28-12, for the 5A state title.
 
17.
St. Ignatius, Cleveland, Ohio
11-4
17
Season Complete
The Wildcats won their ninth state title by defeating No. 20 St. Xavier, 37-6, for the Division I title.
 
18.
Chatfield, Littleton, Colo.
14-0
18
Season Complete
The Chargers won the 5A state title with a 9-3 victory over Fairview.
 
19.
Rockledge, Fla.
14-1
19
Season Complete
Defeated St. Augustine, 38-6, to claim its first 3A state title.
 
20.
St. Xavier, Cincinnati, Ohio
13-1
20

Season Complete
Was handed its first loss of the season by No. 17 Cleveland St. Ignatius, 37-6, in the Division I state title game.

 
21.
Daphne, Ala.
15-0
21
Season Complete
Crushed Hoover, 48-21, for the 6A state title.
 
22.
DeMatha, Hyattsville, Md.
11-0
22
Season Complete
Defeated Gonzaga, 20-14, to win its second consecutive WCAC title.
 
23.
Woodland Hills, Pittsburgh, Pa.
14-1
23

Season Complete
Lost to Neshaminy, 21-7, in the PIAA Class AAAA championship game.

Photo credit: Rick Smith

 
24.
St. Thomas Aquinas, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
14-1
25

Season Complete
No. 8 Lincoln handed the Raiders their first loss of the season, 28-20, in the 4A state title game.

 
25.
Providence, New Lenox, Ill.
14-0
24
LB Rory Steinbach

Season Complete
Defeated Richards, 41-0, for the class 6A state title.

Photo courtesy of EdgyTim.com.

 

East
1. Neshaminy, Langhorne, Pa. 15-0*

2. St. Ignatius, Cleveland, Ohio 11-4*

3. St. Xavier, Cincinnati, Ohio 13-1*

4. DeMatha, Hyattsville, Md. 11-0*

5. Woodland Hills, Pittsburgh, Pa. 14-1*

6. Elder, Cincinnati, Ohio 11-2*

7. Urbana, Ijamsville, Md. 12-0*

8. Colerain, Cincinnati, Ohio 11-1*

9. Newark, Del. 12-0*

10. Jackson, N.J. 12-0*

11. Poly Prep, Brooklyn, N.Y. 9-0*

12. James Robinson, Fairfax, Va.. 12-1*

13. Georgetown Prep, North Bethesda, Md. 10-0*

14. Cumberland Valley, Mechanicsburg, Pa. 13-1*

15. Ramapo, Franklin Lakes, N.J. 12-0*

16. Washington, Massillon, Ohio 12-2*

17. J.P. McCaskey, Lancaster, Pa. 10-2*

18. Phoebus, Hampton, Va. 13-1*

19. Pittsburgh Central Catholic, Pittsburgh, Pa.. 11-2*

20. Everett, Mass. 11-1


 

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