High School Football America Top 25 Scoreboard – November 21-22, 2014

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High School Football America Top 25 Scoreboard

1. Allen Eagles (Texas) vs. #24 DeSoto (Texas), Saturday

2. De La Salle Spartans (California) defeated San Ramon Valley (California) 65-16

3. Booker T. Washington Tornadoes (Florida) defeated Glades Central (Florida) 35-7

4. Bishop Gorman Gaels (Nevada) defeated Arbor View (Nevada) 56-6

5. St. John Bosco Braves (California) defeated Norco (California) 48-7

6. Folsom Bulldogs (California) defeated Franklin (California) 56-13

7. Miami Central Rockets (Florida) defeated Hallendale (Florida) 35-19

8. Colquitt County Packers (Georgia) defeated Dacula (Georgia) 51-30

9. Bellevue Wolverines (Washington) defeated Peninsula (Washington) 31-7

10. Paramus Catholic Paladins (New Jersey) vs. Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey), Saturday

11. Bergen Catholic Crusaders (New Jersey) at St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey), Saturday

12. St. Thomas Aquinas Raiders (Florida) defeated Plantation (Florida) 38-6

13. Southlake Carroll Dragons (Texas) vs. Denton Guyer (Texas), Saturday

14. Buford Wolves (Georgia) defeated Mary Persons (Georgia) 35-14

15. South Panola Tigers (Mississippi) defeated Clinton (Mississippi) 9-7

16. Euless Trinity Trojans (Texas) vs. Plano West (Texas), Saturday

17. Carmel Greyhounds (Indiana) – Idle

18. Starkville Yellowjackets (Mississippi) defeated Southaven (Mississippi) 34-10

19. Good Counsel Falcons (Maryland) vs. DeMatha (Maryland), Saturday

20. Skyline Raiders (Texas) vs. Belton (Texas), Saturday

21. Maryville Rebels (Tennessee) defeated Science Hill (Tennessee) 45-0

22. Mainland Buccaneers (Florida) defeated Edgewater (Florida) 30-28

23. JSerra Lions (California) lost to Bishop Amat (California) 24-17

24. DeSoto Eagles (Texas) vs. #1 Allen (Texas), Saturday

25. Union Redskins (Oklahoma) vs. Mustang (Oklahoma), Saturday

Oklahoma high school football coach makes music video after being fired


by Jeff Fisher

The above video may go down in history as one of the most unique things that a high school football head coach has done after being relieved of his coaching duties.

Durant (Oklahoma) head coach Byron Cordell and his family produced a music video to Taylor Swift‘s song Shake It Off. The video was made while Coach Cordell and his family packed their bags after a 1-9 season.

Cordell had just finished his ninth year as head coach at his alma mater

Pennsylvania head coach officially fired after hazing scandal


by Jeff Fisher

CB West head coach Brian Hensel has been relieved of his coaching duties after school officials finished their review of a hazing scandal that resulted in the program’s final two games being cancelled.

According to Philly.com, the investigation into the incident found that Hensel and his assistants weren’t properly supervising players and wouldn’t sign a coaches Code of Conduct.

The Turnaround – What could have been

Lubbock High School Football players injured

Lubbock lost 13 starters to injuries during the 2014 season.

by Jason Strunk
Lubbock High School Head Football Coach
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The goal for the 2014 Westerners was getting back into the playoffs. Actually, the goal was to get back in and win a Round One game. These aren’t goals you establish for a team that has no shot to do this. I pride myself on making realistic goals. Our goals this season where in-line with how far we have come since we came to Lubbock. It just didn’t work out this year for a multitude of reasons.

At the top of the list for what went wrong in 2014 is the word injury. Good grief. Had anyone told me we would lose a total of 13 (THIRTEEN, 10+3 = 13, Bakers Dozen = 13, Unlucky 13) starters before this season started I would have said impossible. There is no way that could happen. I mean that number is obscene, absurd and ridiculous. Little did I know. Continue Reading →

High School Football America Top 25 Scoreboard – November 13-15, 2014

High School Football America Top 25 Scoreboard

1. Allen Eagles (Texas) defeated Kellar Central (Texas) 59-21

2. De La Salle Spartans (California) – Idle

3. Booker T. Washington Tornadoes (Florida) defeated Somerset Academy (Florida) 70-0

4. Bishop Gorman Gaels (Nevada) defeated Centennial (Nevada) 52-7

5. St. John Bosco Braves (California) defeated Long Beach Cabrillo (California) 50-0

6. Folsom Bulldogs (California) defeated Stagg (California) 70-14

7. Miami Central Rockets (Florida) defeated Boynton Beach (Florida) 49-6

8. Colquitt County Packers (Georgia) defeated Rockdale County (Georgia) 62-12

9. Bellevue Wolverines (Washington) defeated Sumner (Washington) 38-0

10. Paramus Catholic Paladins (New Jersey) – Idle

11. Bergen Catholic Crusaders (New Jersey) defeated Paul VI (New Jersey) 49-20

12. St. Thomas Aquinas Raiders (Florida) defeated Mater Academy Charter (Florida) 57-0

13. Southlake Carroll Dragons (Texas) defeated Mansfield (Texas) 38-31

14. Buford Wolves (Georgia) defeated Southeast Whitfield (Georgia) 63-0

15. South Panola Tigers (Mississippi) defeated Northwest Rankin (Mississippi) 32-0

16. Euless Trinity Trojans (Texas) defeated South Grand Prairie (Texas) 32-29 (OT)

17. Carmel Greyhounds (Indiana) defeated Penn  (Indiana) 14-13

18. Starkville Yellowjackets (Mississippi) defeated Tupelo (Mississippi) 30-0

19. Good Counsel Falcons (Maryland) defeated Bishop McNamara (Maryland) 58-18

20. Skyline Raiders (Texas) defeated Lake Highland (Texas) 41-14

21. Maryville Rebels (Tennessee) defeated Sevier County (Tennessee) 62-28

22. Mainland Buccaneers (Florida) defeated South Lake (Florida) 42-7

23. JSerra Lions (California) defeated Corona Santiago (California) 55-16

24. DeSoto Eagles (Texas) defeated Coppell (Texas) 51-35

25. Union Redskins (Oklahoma) defeated Edmond Memorial (Oklahoma) 59-28