2016 NUC Sports National High School Top 25-Week Four per Source NUC Sports
New York City, NY, September 7, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Three ranked teams gave way to the loss column this past week; two of which fall completely out of the Top 25. Corona Centennial (Calif.) fell 50-49 in the waning moments of the game to IMG Academy (Fla.). With the loss the Huskies drop to #18.
Westlake (Texas) played without star quarterback Sam Ehlinger and ended up losing 21-14 to Liberty (Nev.) while Don Bosco Prep (N.J.) was shut out 21-0 by American Heritage (Fla.). The Chaparrals and the Ironmen are now out of the Top 25.
"Three ranked teams gave way to the loss column this past week; two of which fall completely out of the Top 25. Corona Centennial (Calif.) fell 50-49 in the waning moments of the game to IMG Academy (Fla.). With the loss the Huskies drop to #18."
Barry Every, National Analyst For NUC Sports
Moving into the Top 25 for the first time are Colerain (Ohio) and Cathedral (Ind.). The Cardinals knocked off rival St. Xavier (Ohio) 20-14 in overtime and move into the Top 25 at #23. The Fighting Irish had no problems knocking off Mishawaka (Ind.) 41-20 and find themselves at #24 in the latest NUC Sports National High School Poll.
Sophomore running back Deondrick Glass of Katy (Texas) is the NUC Sports National High School Top 25 Player of the Week. Glass carried the ball 29 times for 250 yards and five scores in the Tigers 50-49 2OT win over Klein Collins (Texas).
There is no matchup bigger than #1 Bishop Gorman (Nev.) at #3 St. John Bosco (Calif.). The winner will definitely be the top ranked team in the country next week. The Gaels have outscored their two opponents, Cedar Hill (Texas) and Cocoa (Fla.), by a combined score of 90 to 24. The Braves have yet to render any points in their first two games downing St. Xavier (Ohio) and La Mirada (Calif.) by the same score 34 to 0.
Other great matchups that could shake up the Top 25
#6 Manvel (Texas) (2-0) at Pearland (Texas) (2-0)
#7 American Heritage-Plantation (Fla.) (2-0) at Miami Northwestern (Fla.) (2-0)
#8 Allen (Texas) (2-0) at Coppell (Texas) (2-0)
#14 John Curtis (La.) (1-0) at West Monroe (La.) (1-0)
#21 St. Joseph’s Regional (N.J.) (1-0) vs. St. John’s Collegiate (DC) (2-0)
#22 Bingham (Utah) (3-0) vs. West Jordan (Utah) (3-0)
Just a reminder on how the NUC FCS National High School Top 25 works. In order to win the NUC National Championship a team must be unbeaten and win a State Title. Secondly teams that do not take part in a State Playoff system are ineligible for making the Top 25.
1. Bishop Gorman (NV) Gaels
Head Coach: Kenneth Sanchez
Last Week: Tate Martell accounted for 360 yards and five scores in the Gaels 46-10 win over Cocoa, FL.
Next Game: 9/9 @ St. John Bosco, CA (2-0)
2. DeMatha Catholic (MD) Stags
Head Coach: Elijah Brooks
Last Week: Star defensive end Chase Young had a pick six in the Stags 55-20 win over Avalon, MD.
Next Game: 9/9 @ Bishop McDevitt, PA (0-2)
3. St. John Bosco (CA) Braves
Head Coach: Jason Negro
Last Week: Senior tailback Terrance Beasley ran for 254 yards in Braves 34-0 win over La Mirada, CA.
Next Game: 9/9 vs. Bishop Gorman, NV (2-0)
4. Saguaro (AZ) Sabercats
Head Coach: Jason Mohns
Last Week: Max Massingale tossed three touchdown passes in the Sabercats 35-0 win over Catalina Foothills, AZ.
Next Game: 9/9 @ Highly, AZ (2-0)
5. Miami Central (FL) Rockets
Head Coach: Roland Smith
Last Week: The Rocket defense help Killian to (-2) total yards and no first downs in the first half of their 55-0 victory.
Next Game: 9/10 @ First Coast, FL (1-0)
6. Manvel (TX) Mavericks
Head Coach: Kirk Martin
Last Week: Cam Scott and Keylon Stokes combined for seven catches for 225 yards and two scores in the Mavericks 26-13 win over North Shore, TX.
Next Game: 9/9 @ Pearland, TX (2-0)
7. American Heritage (FL) Patriots
Head Coach: Pat Surtain
Last Week: Will Allen thwarted two scoring drives with a pick in the end zone and blocked a field goal in the Patriots 21-0 win over Don Bosco Prep, NJ.
Next Game: 9/9 @ Northwestern, FL (2-0)
8. Allen (TX) Eagles
Head Coach: Terry Gambill
Last Week: The Allen Defense picked off four passes and Carson Schleker returned a punt for score in the Eagles 45-10 win over Evangel Christian, LA.
Next Game: 9/9 @ Coppell, TX (2-0)
9. BT Washington (FL) F-5 Tornadoes
Head Coach: Ice Harris
Last Week: Marcus Barthell touched the ball 15 times for 135 yards and three scores in the Tornadoes 28-6 win over Monsignor Pace, FL.
Next Game: 9/10 vs. Miami Jackson, FL (0-2)
10. Roswell (GA) Hornets
Head Coach: John Ford
Last Week: The Hornet offense racked up 325 yards on the ground in their 31-6 win over Central Gwinnett, GA.
Next Game: 9/9 vs. Colquitt County, GA (0-3)
11. Mater Dei (CA) Monarchs
Head Coach: Bruce Rollinson
Last Week: JT Daniels completed 13 of 15 passes for 371 yards and six touchdowns in the first half of the Monarchs 63-0 win over Mayfair, CA.
Next Game: 9/9 vs. La Mirada, CA (1-1)
12. DeSoto (TX) Eagles
Head Coach: Todd Peterman
Last Week: Shawn Robinson accounted for 206 yards and three scores in the Eagles 51-17 win over Guyer, TX.
Next Game: 9/9 @ Midland, TX (2-0)
13. Cass Tech (MI) Technicians
Head Coach: Thomas Wilcher
Last Week: The Technicians had no issues with Detroit Communications School in their 60-0 victory.
Next Game: 9/9 vs. Pershing, MI (0-2)
14. John Curtis (LA) Patriots
Head Coach: JT Curtis
Last Week: The Patriots racked up 290 yards on the ground in their 35-22 win over Landry-Walker, LA.
Next Game: 9/9 @ West Monroe, LA (1-0)
15. Mallard Creek (NC) Mavericks
Head Coach: Michael Palmieri
Last Week: Larry Matkins had a pick six in the Mavericks 21-14 win over Byrnes, Sc.
Next Game: 9/16 @ South Pointe, SC (3-0)
16. St. Edward (OH) Eagles
Head Coach: Tom Lombardo
Last Week: Melvin Jackson blocked a field goal and picked off a pass in the end zone to help the Eagles secure a hard fought 10-7 win over Archbishop Hoban, OH.
Next Game: 9/10 vs. Glenville, OH (0-2)
17. Starkville (MS) Yellowjackets
Head Coach: Ricky Woods
Last Week: Rodrigues Clark ran for 87 yards and two scores in the Yellowjackets 28-6 win over West Point, MS.
Next Game: 9/16 @ Meridian, MS (2-1)
18. Centennial (CA) Huskies
Head Coach: Matt Logan
Last Week: The Huskies lost a last second heartbreaker to IMG Academy, FL 50-49.
Next Game: 9/9 vs. Orange Lutheran, CA (1-1)
19. Grayson (GA) Rams
Head Coach: Jeff Herron
Last Week: Will VanPamelen hit a 20-yard field goal on the last play of the game to give the Rams a 16-13 victory over McEachern, GA.
Next Game: 9/16 vs. Deerfield Beach, FL (0-1)
20. St.Thomas Aquinas (FL) Raiders
Head Coach: Roger Harriott
Last Week: Jake Allen completed 15 of 19 passes for 156 yards and three scores in the Raiders 42-6 win over Miramar, FL.
Next Game: 9/9 vs. Plantation, FL (0-2)
21. St. Joseph’s Regional (NJ) Green Knights
Head Coach: Augie Hoffman
Last Week: The Green Knights scored 17 first quarter points and held on for a 17-7 win over Serra, CA.
Next Game: 9/10 vs. St. John’s, DC (2-0)
22. Bingham (UT) Miners
Head Coach: John Lambourne
Last Week: Jahyonte Smith ran for two scores and Brayden Cosper caught two touchdown passes in the Miners 42-21 win over Lone Peak, UT.
Next Game: 9/9 vs. West Jordan, UT (3-0)
23. Colerain (OH) Cardinals
Head Coach: Tom Bolden
Last Week: Gunnar Leyendecker scored from 13 yards out in overtime to give the Cardinals a 20-14 victory over bitter rival St. Xavier, OH.
Next Game: 9/9 vs. LaSalle, OH (2-0)
24. Cathedral (IN) Fighting Irish
Head Coach: Rick Streiff
Last Week: Quincy Keller threw three first half touchdowns in 41-20 win over Mishawaka, IN.
Next Game: 9/9 @ Bishop Chatard, IN (1-2)
25. Katy (TX) Tigers
Head Coach: Gary Joseph
Last Week: Sophomore Deondrick Glass ran for 250 yards and five scores in the Tigers 50-49 2OT win over Klein Collins.
Next Game: 9/9 @ The Woodlands, TX (2-0)
Just Outside: Armwood, FL (1-0); Brother Martin, LA (1-0); Cedar Hill, TX (1-1); De La Salle, CA (2-0); Fayetteville, AR (1-0); Jenks, OK (2-0); Male, KY (3-0); McGill-Toolen, AL (3-0); Mission Viejo, CA (2-0); Mountain Pointe, AZ (2-0); South Pointe, SC (3-0); St. John’s Collegiate, DC (2-0); Trinity, KY (3-0); Union, OK (2-0); Vista Murrieta, CA (2-0); West Orange-Stark, TX (2-0)
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