How the Super 25 Football Teams Fared: Week 10

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Now that the high school football season is in full swing, here’s how the Super 25 ranked football teams fared for games Oct. 24-26.

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* All Times ET (Eastern Standard Time)

1. Mater Dei, Santa Ana, California (9-0)

Result: Won 38-24 at No. 3 St. John Bosco (Bellflower, California)

Takeaway: Mater Dei affirmed it is the No. 1 team in the nation. Kody Epps has officially established himself as the top wide receiver on the team as he scored all three receiving touchdowns, and quarterback Bryce Young out-dueled DJ Uiagalelei. Cornerback Jaylin Davies played through injury and made two key stops on St. John Bosco’s final two drives of the game, including an interception on Uiagalelei’s final pass, as Mater Dei won the rivalry regular-season matchup. Fingers crossed these teams meet again in the playoffs. What We Learned >>>

Next: Friday, Nov. 1 vs. JSerra (San Juan Capistrano, California), 10 p.m. ET

2. St. Thomas Aquinas, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (8-0)

Result: Won 42-0 vs. Fort Lauderdale (Florida)

Next: Friday, Nov. 1 vs. Western (Davie, Florida), 7 p.m. ET

3. St. John Bosco, Bellflower, California (8-1)

Result: Lost 38-24 vs. No. 1 Mater Dei (Santa Ana, California)

Takeaway: Mater Dei was the better team, but St. John Bosco played the Monarchs closer than anyone else had this season. Quarterback DJ Uiagalelei led three straight fourth-quarter drives that had scoring opportunities, but only one resulted in a touchdown. Mater Dei cornerback Jaylin Davies made key stops on the final two, including intercepting Uiagalelei, just the second time that’s happened this season. While the Braves held Mater Dei scoreless in the fourth quarter, it wasn’t enough, as quarterback Bryce Young and wide receiver Kody Epps had done enough damage through the first three quarters. St. John Bosco lost — but the team will likely get one more shot against Mater Dei in the playoffs. What We Learned >>>

Next: Friday, Nov. 1 vs. Santa Margarita (California), 10 p.m. ET

4. Duncanville, Texas (8-0)

Result: Won 48-0 at White (Dallas, Texas)

Next: Friday, Nov. 1 vs. Richardson (Texas), 8:30 p.m. ET

5. St. Frances Academy, Baltimore, Maryland (8-1)

Result: 40-13 vs. St. Thomas More (Oakdale, Connecticut)

Next: Saturday, Nov. 2 vs. Clarkson Football North (Mississauga, Ontario), 12 p.m. ET

6. St. Louis, Honolulu, Hawaii (9-0)

Next: Saturday, Nov. 2 vs. Punahou (Honolulu), 1:30 a.m. PT

7. Katy, Texas (8-0)

Result: Won 42-0 vs. Cinco Ranch (Katy, Texas)

Next: Friday, Nov. 1 vs. Mayde Creek (Houston, Texas), 7:30 p.m. ET

8. De La Salle, Concord, California (8-1)

Next: Friday, Nov. 1 vs. Clayton Valley Charter (Concord, California), 10 p.m. ET

9. Lakeland, Florida (10-0)

Result: Won 51-6 vs. Kathleen (Lakeland, Florida)

Next: TBD

10. IMG Academy, Bradenton, Florida (8-1)

Result: Beat Norland (Miami, Florida) 35-0

Next: Friday, Nov. 1 at Hoover (Alabama), 7 p.m. ET

11. John Curtis, River Ridge, Louisiana (8-0)

Result: Won 62-31 at Holy Cross (New Orleans, Louisiana)

Next: Friday, Nov. 1 vs. Archbishop Rummel (Metairie, Louisiana, 8 p.m. ET

12. Allen, Texas (8-0)

Result: Won 24-0 at Boyd (McKinney, Texas)

Next: Friday, Nov. 1 at Prosper (Texas), 8 p.m. ET

13. Chandler, Arizona (9-0)

Result: Won 49-0 at Tucson High Magnet School (Arizona)

Next: Friday, Nov. 1 vs. Hamilton (Chandler, Ariz.), 10 p.m. ET

14. Bishop Gorman, Las Vegas, Nevada (8-1)

Result: Won 56-0 at Spring Valley (Las Vegas)

Next: Friday, Nov. 1 vs. Clark (Las Vegas), 10 p.m. ET

15. Male, Louisville, Kentucky (9-0)

Result: Won 50-0 vs Bullitt East (Mt. Washington, Kentucky)

Next: Friday, Nov. 1 at DuPont Manual (Louisville, Kentucky), 7:30 p.m. ET

16. Mentor, Ohio (9-0)

Result: Won 45-0 vs. Euclid (Ohio)

Takeaway: The Cardinals forced three turnovers in the first quarter and junior quarterback Ian Kipp threw a pair of first quarter touchdowns as Mentor built a 17-0 edge and never looked back. Kipp later added a 16-yard touchdown carry en route to a 24-0 halftime lead before the eventual blowout victory that clinched a third-consecutive Greater Cleveland Conference title.

Next: Friday, Nov. 1 at Strongsville (Ohio), 7 p.m. ET

17. Gonzaga, Washington, District of Columbia (8-1)

Result: Beat Bishop McNamara (Forestville, Maryland) 49-21

Next: Saturday, Nov. 9 at St. John’s (Washington, D.C.), 3 p.m.

18. Muskegon, Michigan (9-0)

Result: Won 56-0 vs. Reeths-Puffer (Muskegon, Michigan)

Next: TBD

19. North Shore, Galena Park, Texas (7-1)

Result: Won 54-25 at West Brook (Beaumont, Texas)

Next: Friday, Nov. 1 vs. Beaumont United (Beaumont, Texas), 8 p.m. ET

20. Carroll, Southlake, Texas (8-0)

Result: Won 35-7 vs. Keller (Texas) Central

Takeaway: The Dragons cruised to another dominant DFW Metroplex victory on the back of freshman running back Owen Allen, who scored four rushing touchdowns, three of them from a single yard out each. Sophomore quarterback Quinn Ewers passed for his 23rd touchdown of the season and has thrown just one interception in that time as well.

Next: Nov. 1 vs. V.R. Eaton (Fort Worth, Texas), 8 p.m. ET

21. Highland Springs, Virginia (8-0)

Result: Won 35-0 vs. Atlee (Mechanicsville, Virginia)

Next: Friday, Nov. 1 at Colonial Forge (Stafford, Virginia), 7 p.m. ET

22. Owasso, Oklahoma (8-0)

Result: Won 24-10 at Mustang (Oklahoma), 8 p.m. ET

Takeaway: The Rams were tested early and throughout by a game Mustang squad, but eventually pulled away in the fourth quarter. Quarterback Cole Dugger passed for a pair of touchdowns as the Rams remained undefeated and held their ground in the Super 25.

Next: Friday, Nov. 1 vs. Moore (Oklahoma), 8:30 p.m. ET

23. Dutch Fork, Irmo, South Carolina (8-0-1)

Next: Friday, Nov. 1 at White Knoll (Lexington, South Carolina), 7:30 p.m. ET

24. Corner Canyon, Draper, Utah (10-0)

Next: Friday, Nov. 1 vs. Davis (Kaysville, Utah)/Westlake (Saratoga Springs, Utah), 4 p.m. ET

25. Thompson, Alabaster, Alabama (8-1)

Result: Lost 35-29 to Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama)

Takeaway: The Warriors made their first appearance in the Super 25 this week, but the Huskies made sure that stay was short-lived with a tenacious defensive effort and an offense that capitalized on miscues and penalties. Out of the gate, Thompson, took a 10-0 lead in the first quarter, but the Huskies countered with two quick scores to take a 14-10 lead into halftime. In the second half, Hewitt-Trussville had an answer for every surge and score Thompson could muster and when Malachi Moore, an Alabama commit, swiped a pick-6 with 1:32 left in regulation, Thompson’s fate was sealed.

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