Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Rudy Award Announces 12 Finalists

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America


Character, courage, contribution and commitment...those are the characteristics that the officials of the High School Football Rudy Awards are looking when examining the list of candidates for the second annual award named after Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger, who became a not-so-famous, famous player while at Notre Dame while only playing two downs as a 5-6, 165 pound walk-on.

Yesterday, Trusted Sports and Ruettinger announced the twelve finalists for this years awards.  The finalists were chosen from over 250 nominees, who teammates, coaches and their communities believe inspire others to excellence on-and-off the field.

Here are the finalists...

Chance Anthony - Hardinsburg, Kentucky
Kamron Clark - Canton, South Dakota
Kenny Daily - Bend, Oregon
Tyler Dutruch - Slidell, Louisiana
Jake Eilers - Breese, Illinois
Michael Harris - Fort Worth, Texas
Schuylar Hurd-Johnson - Indianapolis, Indiana
Reid Layton - Seminole, Texas
Phillip Madriaga - Aiea, Hawaii
Cody Rye - Ironwood, Michigan
Tray Waite - Warren, Ohio
Kyle Wilcox - Seffner, Florida
**profiles of the finalist can be found at www.highschoolrudyawards.com

"These twelve finalists are amazing! I'd like to meet each and every one of them so I can shake their hand and let them know how much they've inspired me," said Drew Bledsoe, former NFL quarterback and Chairman of the Selection Committee. "Over the Holidays I've shared some of their stories with friends and family, and we're in awe by what these kids have been through. They really honor the soul of the High School Football Rudy Awards, which is all about motivating others, and demonstrating immense courage and integrity. Every single one of them is a 'Rudy'."

The winner, who will be chosen January 18th, will receive a $10,000 scholarship, with two runners-up and a fan favorite determined by on-line voting receiving $5,000 scholarships.

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Final USA Today Super 25 Rankings

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

Euless Trinity's (Texas) loss was South Panola's  (Batesville, MS) gain in the final USA Super 25 high school football rankings.

Trinity spent the entire season at the top of the Top 25, but Saturday's 28-24 loss to #18 Pearland in the Texas Class 5A Division I championship game dropped the Trojans to #11 in the final poll and allowed the Mississippi champs to claim the mythical national title.

South Panola claimed the #1 spot thanks to its state record ninth state championship on December 4th when the Tigers beat previously unbeaten Meridian 28-7.  It was the Tigers 27th straight win.

Euless Trinity's saw its 28-game win streak end on the next to last play of the game when Brandon Carter couldn't bring down the ball in the end zone.  Pearland finished ninth in the final poll.

USA Today Super 25

1. South Panola (MS) 15-0
2. De La Salle (CA) 14-0
3. St. Thomas Aquinas (FL) 15-0
4. Bingham (UT) 13-0
5. Hamilton (AZ) 15-0
6. Phoebus (VA) 15-0
7. Don Bosco Prep (NJ) 12-0
8. Miami Central (FL) 14-1
9. Pearland (TX) 15-0
10. Wheaton Warrenville South (IL) 14-0
11. Euless Trinity (TX) 14-1
12. St. Edward (OH) 15-0
13. Daphne (AL) 15-0
14. Mullen (CO) 14-0
15. Byrnes (SC) 12-3
16. Butler (NC) 16-0
17. Fishers (IN) 14-1
18. Cocoa (FL) 13-0
19. North Allegheny (PA) 15-1
20. Folsom (CA) 14-1
21. Palo Alto (CA) 15-0
22. Everett (MA) 12-0
23. Brookville (GA) 14-1
24. Centennial (CA) 14-1
25. Lake Travis (TX) 14-2

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Final Week of 2010 High School Football Season

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America




I seems like it was just yesterday when I was writing with great anticipation about the start of the 2010 high school football.  Now, here I am sitting in the freezing cold of Chicago getting ready for my first-ever trip to watch football in Texas.

This weekend's Texas football championship games at Cowboys Stadium, along with title games in California, Florida and Pennsylvania will close-out a great season that has seen plenty of excitement.  If you don't believe me, just look back at all of the stories posted on the various high school huddle blogs.

Personally, I taken High School Football America thousands of miles this year to find great stories.  I'm in the process of writing and editing the video vignettes that we captured.  I even had time to start the first-year of a two-year documentary project on the Pius X High School (Roseto, PA), which is one of the smallest schools to play 11-man football in America.

While this weekend should be an eye-opener for me and my reporter Trish Hoffman, it's going to be hard to beat the story of Lowell High School (Michigan) and its Pink Arrow Pride game that has now raised nearly three-quarters-of-a-million dollars for Gilda's Club in the Grand Rapids area.

To learn more about the videos that we will be releasing in January, go to www.highschoolfootballamerica.com.

Thursday, December 02, 2010

Lots of State High School Football Championships to be Decided this Weekend

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America


This is a BIG weekend for high school football championships, and the High School Football Huddle is here to keep you up-to-date with all the scores and game stories.

Championship weekend kicks-off today with three title tilts in Alabama.  The Super Six Championships began this morning with Hamilton taking-on Leeds for the 3A title.  At 3 PM, Sweet Water faces Hubbard for the 1A crown.  The 5A championship game gets started at 7 PM with Briarwood Christian squaring-off with Spanish Fort.

Click on the links below to see the scores from around the nation.

High School Football Championship Scores
Thursday, Friday & Saturday, December 2-5, 2010

Alabama Championship Scores
Arkansas Championship Scores
New Jersey Championship Scores
Rhode Island Championship Scores
South Carolina Championship Scores

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Easton (PA) HS Football Team Plays Three Games in Eight Days

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

Three football games in eight days!

As crazy as that sounds, the Easton (PA) Red Rovers did that last week on the way to a Pennsylvania district championship.  Easton beat Whitehall Saturday night 13-10 to advance to the state's Class AAAA quarterfinals on Saturday against defending state champ LaSalle College.

The victory came just two days after the Rovers lost 3-0 in overtime to arch-rival Phillipsburg (NJ) in a Thanksgiving morning snow storm.

It's not the first time Easton has played the 8-day tripleheader...it's happened five times in the last 10 years.  The reason, the school will never change its 104-year Thanksgiving Day tradition with the Stateliners.  That game means TOO MUCH to the school and the community.

The man that led the Rovers through that eight day stretch is head coach Steve Shiffert, who has been head man of the program for 18 years.

Click here to listen to an interview I did with Shiffert on Sunday on the National High School Coaches Association Sports Hour.

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Joe Paterno has Nothing on Oklahoma Assistant High School Football Coach

by Jeff Fisher
Oklahoma High School Football Huddle


                                                                    Copyright Marlow High School

Now before you jump all over me about the headline, I know you can't compare Joe Paterno with an assistant high school football coach.

That being said, I love the story I just found on the Oklahoma High School Sports Express on Marlow High School assistant football coach Bill Carter, who's still roaming the sidelines at 88-years young.  Yes, the man is five or so years older than Joe Pa.

Carter, who was named Coach of the Year in Texas in 1963, just completed his 69th season on the sidelines this year.

Tune-in to My First National High School Coaches Association Radio Show

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America


It's been a fun Thanksgiving weekend in the Lehigh Valley...who said you can never go home?!

Aside from celebrating the holiday, I watched some great high school football and returned to my broadcasting roots...radio.

Saturday began with a two-hour guest appearance with old friends Jack Logic and Joe Craig on the Jack, Joe & Company radio show on WGPA-AM. It was a nice stroll down memory lane with plenty of talk about my early days on WEST-AM in Easton. The segment with my first broadcast partner Bruce Nagy, who's now living in California, made it a perfect start to the day.

Last night I spent a chilly night watching high school football in my favorite high school stadium...Cottingham Stadium in Easton, Pennsylvania. The 1920-era stadium came alive in the cold night air around when the Easton faithful celebrated the Red Rovers' district gold medal with a come-from-behind 13-10 win over Whitehall, which avenged an earlier season defeat at the hands of the Zephyrs.

Now, I'm preparing for my debut show as host of the National High School Coaches Association Sports Hour. You can listen to the show starting at 6 PM EST on the Artist First Radio Network.

My first guest is Easton head coach Steve Shiffert, who will talk about preparing his team to play three games in eight days, which included a Thanksgiving Day game against the Red Rovers' arch-rival Phillipsburg.

Also joining me on the first show will be Pius X (Roseto, PA) head coach Phil Stambaugh, who just finished a successful first year as head coach of the Royals.  Pius, which is the subject of a documentary I'm doing for High School Football America, was 8-4 and finished in second-place in Class A in District 11.

My third guest will be Mollie Omenski of GTM Sportswear, sponsor of the NHSCA Athlete of the Month.

To tune-in, click here.

Friday, November 26, 2010

Thanksgiving Day High School Football

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

As I noted the other day, there's nothing better than high school football on Thanksgiving morning!

Yesterday, visit to the 104th renewal of the Easton (PA)/Phillipsburg (NJ) rivalry was made even better by a surprise snow storm that blanked the field turf at Lafayette's Fisher Stadium with a coating of white that made it a picture-perfect setting, but was deadly to the offensives.

The only points of the game came on the final play off the game when Phillipsburg kicked a 25-yard field goal in overtime to beat their arch-rival 3-0.

The win ends the Stateliners season on a high note, but Easton must now rebound quickly.  The Red Rovers face Whitehall Saturday night for a district championship and berth in the PIAA state quarterfinals. It will be Easton's third game in eight days.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Touchdowns and Turkey...an Unbeatable Combination

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America


Aside from the first day of practice, Thanksgiving is my favorite day of the high school football season!

I've never forgotten my first high school football game on Thanksgiving. It was back in 1969 when my alma mater, Wilson played Nazareth at Lehigh University's Taylor Stadium. It was a double thrill because it was also the first time I was ever in a college football stadium...and Taylor Stadium was unique with the blast furnace of Bethlehem Steel just a couple of blocks away.

It was a double thrill for another reason.

Wilson and Nazareth played at 10 o'clock in the morning, and as soon as the game ended, we high-tailed it from Bethlehem to Easton to watch Easton and Phillipsburg do battle at Lafayette College. Yes, a football doubleheader followed by a family feast is hard to beat.

Wilson and Nazareth no longer play each other, although there is a movement to revive the game, but Easton and P'burg will play #104 on Thursday. Being part of the Easton/Phillipsburg crowd of 15,000-plus is always exciting, and for the first time since I left the Lehigh Valley in 2000, I'll be back in the Lehigh Valley for the granddaddy of them all.

With High School Football America camera in-hand, I stopped by Easton High School today to check-out the building of the bonfire, which currently stands at about 20-feet tall with more wood coming tomorrow. For those that will be driving on Route 22 tomorrow night without knowledge of Easton/P'burg rivalry, they'll be wondering if the school is on-fire.

This is ONE BIG BONFIRE that is being guarded all-night-long by the Red Rovers' senior class that camps-out in 30-degree temperatures to make sure the woodpile isn't ignited prematurely by their arch-rival fans. Considering the Stateliners faithful already nabbed the Rover statue a couple of weeks ago (it is back in the hands of Easton officials, but not on its pedestal), it's a great idea that the students built a mini "tent city" around the massive pile of wood.



Easton brings a four-game series win streak into the contest. The Red Rovers lead the overall series with 58 wins to P'burg's 40, and there have been fives ties.

How big is this game for the two schools that are only separated by the Delaware River?

After Easton plays its bitter arch-rival, it must turn-around two days later and play Whitehall in a district championship game that sends the winner into the PIAA Class AAAA state tournament...the Rovers WILL NOT rest their starters...this game is too important!

In recent years, both teams have in the same position, and there's NEVER talk about canceling game or anyone playing the JV's. This game is more important than a state championship for either team.

One other note...Easton is 11-1 this season with its only loss this year coming at the hands of Saturday's opponent Whitehall.

Three games in eight days...no problem for either school.  They just strap 'em up and play...and that to me makes Thursday a great day to give thanks for high school football.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!!

Jeff

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Connecticut High School Football Team Files Protest over Opponent Using Its Play Sheet Armband

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America


Manchester High School in Connecticut is furious.

Southington High School thinks it's not a big deal.

Now it's the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Association's time to decide who's right.

Manchester officials have filed an official protest with the CIAC over its team's 28-14 loss to Southington on October 22nd.  The protest stems from Manchester head coach Marco Pizzoferrato's accusation in the Hartford Courant that his opponent used a Manchester armband that contained his plays to help the Southington defense.

Southington High has already decided to suspend its coach D.J. Hernandez for one-game following its own internal investigation.  Hernandez has admitted to using the arm band for "four plays", according to a report in the Hartford Courant.

Southington gained control of the armband card sometime late in the first half when it came off a Manchester player

Sunday, October 31, 2010

Sportsmanship and Playing Like Warriors

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

I saw a first on Saturday...an 11-man football team playing with only 11 players.

Carson Long Military Institute suited-up only eleven players in Saturday's game against Pius X in New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania.  The Warriors didn't have much of a chance in their 66-24 loss to the Royals, who won their sixth straight game to improve to 6-3.  However, Carson Long did give the Royals a lesson in heart, while Pius showed the fans and their opponents the meaning of sportsmanship.

Carson Long's Warriors played like warriors by playing all 48-minutes both ways while NEVER giving-up!  Royals head coach Phil Stambaugh showed respect to his fellow head coach Pete Lasavage, who Stambaugh's family has known for over 20 years, by running a modified version of his high-powered passing offense, while openly rooting and cheering for Carson Long players, who put on one of the most valiant efforts I've every witnessed.

Even though Pius is one of the smallest teams in America playing 11-man football (63 boys in the small Catholic school in Roseto, Pennsylvania), it still suits-up 50 players.

Kudos to both coaches who showed class in every sense of the word, in the face of a very difficult situation!

To learn more about Pius' one-of-a-kind program, check-out High School Football America's inside look at the Royals at www.highschoolfootballamerica.com.

For Saturday's scores from around America, click on the links below.

High School Football Scores
Saturday, October 30, 2010

Illinois Playoff Scores
Michigan Playoff Scores
Minnesota Playoff Scores
New Hampshire Scores
Pennsylvania Scores
Rhode Island Scores
Vermont Scores
Wisconsin Playoff Scores

Friday, October 29, 2010

Friday Night High School Football Scores - 10/29/10

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America


There's a new national record for overtimes in a high school football game.

Early Saturday morning, Jacksonville beat Nacgodoches 84-81 in a twelve overtime game that eclipses the old national record of nine overtimes.

To read about the six hour game, click here to go to the Texas High School Football Huddle.

Click on the links below for scores from around the nation.

High School Football Scores
Friday, October 30, 2010


Alabama Scores
Georgia Scores
Indiana Playoff Scores
Maine Playoff Scores
New Hampshire Scores
New Jersey Scores
Pennsylvania Scores
Rhode Island Scores
Texas Scores
Vermont Scores
Wyoming Playoff Scores

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Saturday High School Football Scores - 10/23/10

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America




It's a typical day in San Francisco...foggy and rainy, but the Giants win over the Phillies seems to have everything thinking the sun is shining.

Like every weekend, there are plenty of WOW-type stories to share.

The stop us if you can game was played in Cerritos, California where Valley Christian outlasted Maranatha 70-64 in five overtimes.  To check-out all of the offense, read the game summary from the Pasadena Star-News.  The national record for overtimes in a high school game is nine set back in 1977 in Michigan by Detroit Southeastern and Detroit Northeastern and then tied in 2006 when Bothell beat Pasco 43-40 in nine overtimes in a Washington 4A quarterfinal game.  The video from that game is below.

The Valley Christian-Maranatha game started at 7 and ended at 11:30...that's a two full games of football for the price of one. That's a good deal in today's economy!




Indiana high school football fans are still talking about their big first round playoff upset. The state's #1 Class 5A team and defending state champ Warren Central was beaten by Lawrence Central 35-14. The Indy Star reports that Lawrence Central (9-1) jumped-out to a 14-0 lead and never looked back in defeating the nationally-ranked Warriors.

Finally, if your team played on Saturday and you want to know the score...click on the state links below.

High School Football Scores
Saturday, October 23, 2010


New Hampshire Scores
North Dakota Scores
Pennsylvania Scores
Vermont Scores

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Part 2 of High School Football America's Inside Game Day Released

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

The Pius X Royals (Roseto, PA) will be going after their fifth straight win today when they host Susquenita.

After an 0-3 start, first year head coach Phil Stambaugh has his young team...only seven seniors in position for a District 11 Class A playoff berth.

Throughout the season, High School  Football America has been chronicling the progress of the team, which is one of the smallest in the country playing 11-man football.

Yesterday, I released Part 2 of a three-part series that takes fans inside this small program where the coach does more than just call plays.  He's the janitor, the laundry guy...and the list goes on-and-on.  Part 2 takes you from the team prayer to just before kick-off.

Friday, October 22, 2010

Friday Night High School Football Scores - 10/22/10

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America


Time flies when you're having fun!

Alaska is already finished with the 2010 high school football season after crowing Anchorage West and Soldotna as championships last weekend. Friday night, Indiana hopped into the playoff picture with the start of sectionals. North Dakota began its 9-man playoffs, and this weekend the A playoffs begin.

If you're looking for your favorite team's score from tonight, click on the state links below...

High School Football Scores
Friday, October 22, 2010


Alabama Scores
Arizona Scores
Georgia Scores
Illinois Scores
Indiana Scores
Iowa Scores
Maine Scores
Nebraska Scores
New Hampshire Scores
New Jersey Scores
Oregon Scores
Pennsylvania Scores
Texas Scores
Vermont Scores
Washington Scores

Thursday, October 21, 2010

High School Football America Goes Behind-the-Scenes of Game Day at Pius X

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America


Getting ready to head to some high school football in the Bay Area, and also to console Phillies fan, who may be contemplating jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge if the Giants current play continues in Game 5.

During the flight, I'll be editing the second part of a three-part video that gives my readers an inside look at the first game of Pius X head coach Phil Stambaugh's coaching career.

If you've been following throughout the season, you know that I've been given full access to the Pennsylvania Catholic school that is one of the smallest in the nation playing 11-man football. The Royals have 63 boys in the school...50 play football for the proud program.

With a very young team this year and the loss of one of its co-captains Zack Cinelli to a knee injury in the second scrimmage of camp, the Royals stumbled out of the gate to an 0-3 record. However, they've now put together four straight wins an have a shot at an All-American Conference championship, plus a berth in the District 11 Class A playoffs.

In Part 1 of my behind-the-scenes look at the Royals, I feature the Royals' September 4th game against Pottstown, which plays two classification higher than than Pius. This episode takes you from the beginning of the day at 7:30 a.m. at Amelio Scott Alumni Stadium in Roseto, Pennsylvania to the team getting ready to go out on to the field for its pre-game warm-ups.

For more video from High School Football America, go to www.highschoolfootballamerica.com.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

New SportsPower.com National High School Football Rankings

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America


High School Football America has teamed-up with SportsPower.com to provide my readers with it's national and state-by-state high school football rankings.

SportsPower.com releases its new rankings every Tuesday. The ranking are broken into five catagories...Mega, Large, Mid, Small and Other.

Here are the latest rankings through October 18th





Win Streaks & the New USA Today Super 25 Rankings

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America


The 2010 season hasn’t been a good one for team’s riding long winning streaks.

Friday night, Reidsville (North Carolina) lost 28-7 to Cummings to stop the nation’s longest active win streak at 55.  Ironically, the streak began for Reidsville back in 2006 after a 39-21 loss to Cummings.

Reidsville became they third team in America this year to see its quest to match De La Salle’s (Concord, CA) record of 151 straight wins go up in smoke this season.

Plymouth (New Hampshire) began the season with the longest active streak at 55 straight, but after a 2-0 start, the Bobcats streak was snapped at 57 with a 20-9 loss to Kennett, which back in 2004 ended Plymouth’s then record 46-game win streak.

Lake Travis (Austin, TX) would have been next-in-line to take over the top spot, however, one week before Plymouth lost, the Cavaliers saw their 48-game win streak snapped in a 14-10 loss to Westlake.

Two 40+ game win streaks were snapped during the first weekend of September.

Solon (Iowa) had its 42-game win streak snapped September 3rd when it lost 21-15 to Regina (Iowa City, IA).   That same night, Cascia Hall (Tulsa, OK) was beaten 34-27 by Holland Hall, which snapped the Commandos’ 41-game win streak that was one short of Oklahoma’s all-time record of 42 set by Ada in the mid-90’s.

So the question is…who now has the bull’s eye on its chest?

According to our research, another North Carolina team has taken over the top spot.  West Rowan (Mt. Ulla, NC) won its 39th straight game last Friday night with a 40-0 shutout of Statesville.  Right behind at 37 is Phoebus High School (Newport News, VA).  Directly behind Phoebus are two teams riding 36-game wins streaks....Alcoa (Tennessee), which is going after a record 7th straight Tennessee state championship,  and Highlands High (Ft. Thomas, KY). 

Shifting gears, but still speaking of streaks, Soldotna beat Kenai Saturday for its fourth Alaska Small Schools football championship in five years.  The Stars and Kardinals, which are separate by 10-miles, have now combined to win nine straight titles.

The 77-42 victory was the highest scoring game in Alaska high school football championship history, which was then followed by the lowest scoring game as Anchorage West beat Service 6-0 for the Big Schools title.

Friday night the High School Football America cameras were on the south side of Chicago Friday night to do a future story on THE streak in America.

It belongs to St. Rita alum Dr. Gerry Grieco, who has now attended 491 straight Mustang games!  Yes, Dr. Grieco, has not missed a game since 1968 when his beloved Mustangs were 0-9.

Finally, I turn your attention to the latest USA Today Super 25 rankings.  There are three Super 25 teams with a long active win streaks...Phoebus (36 straight), Hamilton (Chander, AZ) with a 33-game win streak and Cocoa (Florida) with 31 straight.

The only new team entering the poll this week is Mission Viejo (California) at #25 replacing former #20 Glades Central (Belle Glade, FL), which dropped out of the poll.

1. Euless Trinity (TX) 8-0, LW: #1
2. South Panola (MS) 8-0, LW: #2
3. Phoebus (VA) 7-0, LW: #3
4. Bingham (UT) 8-0, LW: #4
5. De La Salle (CA) 6-0, LW: #7
6. St. Thomas Aquinas (FL) 6-0, LW: #6
7. Hoover (AL) 8-0, LW: #9
8. Hamilton (AZ) 8-0, LW: #8
9. Manatee (FL) 6-0, LW: #5
10. Har-Ber (AK) 7-0, LW: #10
11. Glenville (OH) 8-0, LW: #11
12. Don Bosco Prep (NJ) 5-0, LW: #12
13. North Gwinnett (GA) 7-0, LW: #13
14. West Monroe (LA) 7-0, LW: #15
15. Dorman (SC) 8-0, LW: #16
16. Katy (TX) 7-0, LW: #17
17. Camden County (GA) 6-1, LW: #19
18. Wheaton Warrenville South (IL) 8-0, LW: #24
19. Grant (CA) 7-0, LW: #18
20. Cocoa (FL) 7-0, LW: #14
21. Warren Central (IN) LW: #21
22. Miami Central (FL) 5-1, LW: #22
23. Mullen (CO) 7-0, LW: #23
24. Jenks (OK) 7-0, LW: #25
25. Mission Viejo (CA) 7-0, LW: NR


Sunday, October 17, 2010

Alaska Crowns Two High School Football Champs

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

Anchorage West and Soldotna captured Alaska's two high school football championships in opposite styles.

West won the Big Schools title with a 6-0 win over Service in the lowest scoring game in championship history.  Soldotna won the Small Schools trophy in the highest scoring game.

Soldotna beat Kenai 77-42 in a game that the Stars rushed for a record 641 yards.

To read the championship game game summaries, go to the Alaska High School Football Huddle.

Saturday High School Football Scores
October 16, 2010

Alabama Scores
Alaska Scores
Arizona Scores
Colorado Scores
New Jersey Scores
Pennsylvania Scores
Virginia Scores

Friday, October 15, 2010

Friday Night High School Football Scores - 10/15/10

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

I'm back from my trip to the south side of Chicago where I met a great St. Rita football fan-atic.

Dr. Gerry Grieco attended his 491st straight Mustang game tonight, and he walked away happy after his team improved to 8-0 with a 37-0 win over St. Ignatius.

This post is also historic for The High School Football Huddle, as it's our 2,000th post here.  Across the network of 52 blogs, I've posted close to 6,000 pieces of information over the last three years.

If you're looking for the score for your favorite team from Friday night, click on the state links below.

High School Football Scoreboard
Friday, October 15, 2010

Alabama Scores
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First State High School Football Championships to be Decided this Weekend in Alaska

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

Hard to believe, but it's only the middle of October and the high school football season is coming to a close in Alaska this weekend.

The Big Schools and Small Schools championship games will be played tomorrow at Anchorage Football Stadium.  At noon, undefeated Soldotna will face Kenai in the Small Schools title game; at 4:30 unbeaten Anchorage West will play Service for the Big Schools title.

The West (10-0) and Service (9-1) game will be interesting because West beat the Cougars in the season-opener 38-35, but only after trailing 22-7 in the 3rd quarter.

Meanwhile, either Soldotna (10-0) or Kenai (7-3) will carry home the hardware for the ninth straight time.  Kenai is the defending Small Schools champ and has won five titles in the last eight years.  Soldotna, which lost to Kenai in the championship game last year, has won three titles.

The Anchorage Daily News reports another fun part of the Kenai/Soldotna rivalry is the two schools are only 10-miles apart.

As for High School Football America's weekly journey...tonight we're staying in Chicago to get the story that we couldn't get to last week because of horrible traffic.  We're headed to undefeated St. Rita High School to talk with Mustangs' alum Dr. Gerry Grieco, who will be attending his 488th straight game for his alma mater.

After the game, I'll be here to update scores from around America...see you then!

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Thursday Night High School Football Scores - 10/14/10

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America


It's been a very exciting week for me.

On Monday I released our first High School Football America video vignette of the 2010 season on the Lowell, Michigan Pink Arrow Pride game that was played on September 10th. Shortly after the video went up, the hits started piling up, and then came some nice media write-ups on the seven-minute story.

NY Times writer Joe Drape, who last year wrote the great Our Boys book on the Smith Center, Kansas football team, mentioned the video in his NY Times' Quad Blog.

Joe Favorito, who involved with the Broadway play Lombardi, wrote a nice piece on his Sports Marketing & PR Roundup.

Thanks to the two Joes on their support of the Pink Arrow Pride project, which has raised over $300,000 in three years!

Now time to switch gears as the Thursday night scores are starting to come in. Just click on the state links below to see tonight's results.

High School Football Scores
Thursday, October 14, 2010


Alabama Scores
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Illinois Scores
Iowa Scores
Nebraska Scores
Ohio Scores
Pennsylvania Scores
Tennessee Scores
Texas Scores
Wyoming Scores

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Lowell Red Arrows Turn Pink to Raise Money in Fight Against Cancer

Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and that's why you see a lot of pink being worn at sporting events.



Last month, myself and High School Football America host Trish Hoffman traveled to Lowell, Michigan for the Red Arrows' annual Pink Arrow Pride game against Kenowa Hills.  The community of Lowell, which has a population of approximately 4,000, turned completely pink for the game that so far has raised $187,000 this year.

With players donning pink jersey, Lowell is a perfect 3-0 in the third Pink Arrow Pride games.  The Red/Pink Arrows have outscored their opponents 143-0.

This truly is an event that should go to the national stage.  More schools should join-in and have one day each season when a large number of teams put-on-the-pink to battle their opponents and cancer.

Saturday, October 09, 2010

Saturday High School Football Scores - 10/9/10

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

The first score of the day comes from Roseto, Pennsylvania where the Pius X Royals reached the .500 mark with their third straight victory...a 57-0 win over Lourdes.

The Royals (3-3, 2-0 All-American Conference) only ran 27 offensive plays with junior running back Nick DeRea rushing for 111 yards and two touchdowns and freshman quarterback AJ Long completing all 13 passes he threw.  Long tossed for 187 yards and two touchdowns.

All-season long, High School Football America is documenting the progress of one of the smallest high school football teams in the country playing the 11-man game.  Pius has 63 boys enrolled in grades 9-12, but 50 of them play football for the tiny catholic school in northeast Pennsylvania.

Click here to check-out all of my video vigenettes.

Click on the links below for are the rest of Saturday's scores from around America.

Saturday High School Football Scores
Saturday, October 9, 2010

Michigan Scores
Montana Scores
New Hampshire Scores
New Jersey Scores
Pennsylvania Scores
Rhode Island Scores
Washington Scores

First High School Football Championship Hopefuls Reach State Championships

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America


A week from today, America will have its first 2010 high school football champs.

Friday night, Service and Soldotna advanced to Alaska's Big Schools and Small Schools' championship games next Saturday in Anchorage.





Service's opponent will be determined today when Anchorage West plays Juneau-Douglas in the Big Schools semis. Soldotna will face the winner of today's Small Schools semifinal between defending state champ Kenai and Homer.

Click here to go to the Alaska High School Football Huddle for stories about Friday night's wins by the Cougars and Stars.



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Friday, October 08, 2010

Friday Night High School Football Scores - 10/8/10

High School Football Scores
Friday, October 8, 2010


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High School Football America Checking-Out on of the Country's Longest Streaks

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

After seven weeks on the road, High School Football America returns to its home state of Illinois for tonight's game between St. Rita and Providence Catholic.

The game outside of Joliet will continue THE STREAK of Dr. Gerry Grieco, who will be attending his 487th straight St. Rita game.  Yes, Dr. Grieco definitely qualifies as the Mustangs #1 Fan.

Now switching gears to our season-long series on Pius X High School in Roseto, Pennsylvania.

The Royals will look to even its record at .500 with its third straight win tomorrow when it faces Our Lady of Lourdes.  This may be a game between two of the smallest schools playing 11-man football in America.

Pius has 88-boys enrolled in grades 9-12, Lourdes has 56.  However, there is a big difference in the roster size as the Royals have 50 boys playing varsity football.  Lourdes has 18.

My latest Pius X video is on how the team keeps in-shape during the season.  First-year head coach Phil Stambaugh puts the squad through circuit training twice a week.  Below is a video vignette that looks at one of those sessions.




Don't forget to come back to The High School Football Huddle tonight for all of your Friday night football scores.

Friday, October 01, 2010

Friday Night High School Football Scores - 10/1/10



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Friday, October 1, 2010

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High School Football America Checks Out 11th Winningest High School Football Program

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America


As one famous girl with red shoes once said, "there's no place like home, there's no place like home".

That's definitely been the case over the last six weeks as I've reconnected with my hometown while shooting my season-long documentary on Roseto, Pennsylvania and its beloved Pius X High School football team.

Tomorrow I will be on-hand when the tiny town in the Slate Belt honors four individuals and the 1966 football team with induction into the Pius X High School Athletic Hall of Fame.  You can check that out Sunday at High School Football America.

In the meantime, I will be in historic Cottingham Stadium in Easton, Pennsylvania tonight to introduce my readers to one of my favorite stadiums.  Cottingham was built in the early 1920's out of sturdy concrete and has been home to the Red Rovers ever since.

Tonight, Easton, which is the 11th all-time winningest football program in America, will face Whitehall in a battle of unbeatens.  Whitehall is the program that produced former Penn State and NFL great Matt Millen.

Easton is former heavyweight boxing champ Larry Holmes' hometown, plus it's the third place where the Declaration of Independence was read to the public back in 1776.

See you later tonight when I will be posting scores from around the country.

Go out an enjoy at high school football game in your area...you WON'T be disappointed!

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Latest USA Today High School Football Rankings Released

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

Only one new team enters this week's USA Today Super 25.

Jenks High School in Oklahoma enters the poll at #25 after improving to 4-0 this season with a win over Shawnee last Friday.

Bishop Gorman from Nevada leaves the rankings after losing to #9 De La Salle (Concord, CA).  The Gaels entered the game ranked #18.  It was their second loss of the season after losing to #8 Hamilton (Chandler, AZ) in its season-opener.

Otherwise, the top twelve teams remain unchanged....

1. Euless Trinity (TX) 5-0, LW: #1
2. South Panola (MS) 5-0, LW: #2
3. Bingham (UT) 5-0, LW: #3
4. Phoebus (VA) 4-0, LW: #4
5. Manatee (FL) 3-0, LW: #5
6. Camden County (GA) 4-0, LW: #6
7. Hoover (AL) 5-0, LW: #7
8. Hamilton (AZ) 6-0, LW: #8
9. De La Salle (CA) 3-0, LW: #9
10. Har-Ber (AK) 4-0, LW: #10
11. Glenville (OH) 5-0, LW: #11
12. Cocoa (FL) 4-0, LW: #12
13. St. Thomas Aquinas (FL) 3-0, LW: #14
14. North Gwinett (GA) 5-0, LW: #15
15. Don Bosco Prep (CA), 3-0, LW: #16
16. West Monroe (LA) 4-0, LW: #13
17. Dorman (SC) 5-0, LW: #17
18. Katy (TX) 4-0, LW: #19
19. Grant (CA) 4-0, LW: #21
20. Miami Central (FL) 3-1, LW: #22
21. Glades Central (FL) 4-0, LW: #20
22. Warren Central (IN) 5-1, LW: #23
23. Mullen (CO) 4-0, LW: #24
24. Wheaton Warrenville South (IL) 5-0, LW: #25
25. Jenks (OK) 4-0, LW: NR

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Saturday High School Football Scores - 9/25/10

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

I spent the afternoon in Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania shooting a feature for High School Football America on the rarity that is Saturday afternoon football.

Very few high schools play in the sunshine of Saturday, but the Green Knights have been doing so for decades.  What made Saturday's game different was neither Pen Argyl or its opponent Wilson have lights at their home fields.

The view from the very top of "The Hill" at Pen Argyl is incredible!  The above picture shows a 50-mile panoramic view into New Jersey.

Wilson's Smith Field sits in the shadow of the famous Dixie Cup, which sits on-top of the defunct Dixie Cup plant.

As far as whether either team will ever fully go into Friday Night Lights mode??  My guess is that won't happen for some time...and that's just fine with each team's fans.

Pen Argyl beat Wilson 42-6 to improve to 4-0 this season.  For the rest of Saturday's scores from around the nation, click on the links below.

High School Football Scores
Saturday, September 25, 2010

Alabama Scores
Alaska Scores
Hawaii Scores
Pennsylvania Scores
Texas Scores

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Thursday Night High School Football Scores - 9/23/10

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

Another week has flown by in eastern Pennsylvania as I continue to shoot my season-long documentary on the Pius X Royals, the smallest high school football team in Pennsylvania.

The Royals (0-3) will be looking for their first win of the season tomorrow night when they take-on Marian Catholic (1-2).  To learn more about the 2010 Pius X Football Story, please go to www.highschoolfootballamerica.com.

In the meantime, The High School Football Huddle is all geared-up to get you scores throughout the weekend...starting with the Thursday night scores.

Click on the links below to find-out your team's favorite score.

Thursday High School Football Scores
September 23, 2010

Alabama Scores
Illinois Scores
Iowa Scores
Ohio Scores
Pennsylvania Scores
Texas Scores

Friday, September 17, 2010

Friday Night High School Football Scoreboard - 9/17/10

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

I spent Friday night in Berks County, Pennsylvania on a chilly, but perfect night for high school football!

As part of my on-going look inside the Pius X football program for High School Football America, I was on-hand as the very young Royals fell to 0-3 on the season after a 49-14 loss to Schuylkill Valley.

For those of you that haven't been following along since our coverage began on August 16th, Pius is one of the smallest schools in America playing 11-man football. There's only 80 boys in the tiny catholic school, but 50 of them play football.

To learn more about the Royals, go to High School Football America.

To see how your favorite team made out tonight, click on the links below...

Friday Night High School Football Scoreboard
September 17, 2010


Alabama Scores
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Florida Scores
Georiga Scores
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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Thursday Night High School Football Scores

High School Football Scores
Thursday, September 16, 2010


Arizona

Basha 31, Laveen Chavez 6
Cactus 57, El Mirage Dysart 19
Mesa Westwood 26, Tucson 0
Red Mesa 64, Chinle Rough Rock 13
Tucson Amphitheater 57, Vista Grande 0
Tucson Canyon del Oro 24, Queen Creek 7
Tucson Sahuaro 17, Tucson Catalina Foothills 14

Illinois

Antioch 49 Grant 30
Barrington 24, Wheeling 7
Elk Grove Village 36, Schaumburg 34
Evanston 39, Deerfield 10
Fremd 26, Buffalo Grove 14
Gage Park 24 Corliss 13
Glenbrook North 43, Niles West 14
Glenbrook South 49, Niles North 7
Grayslake North 28, Dundee-Crown 14
Harlan 34 King 16
Hersey 34, Conant 7
Highland Park 6, Waukegan 0
Hyde Park 28 South Shore 8
Jacobs 24, Grayslake Central 7
Kelvyn Park 33 Sullivan 20
Lake Forest 55 Libertyville 37
Lakes 41 North Chicago 14
Lake Zurich 45 Zion-Benton 0
Lindblom 32 Englewood 6
Maine South 49, Maine West 0
Manley 40 Phoenix 20
New Trier 41, Maine East 0
North Lawndale 31 Juarez 0
North Shore 40 Hope Academy 38
Prospect 41, Palatine 27
Rolling Meadows 28, Hoffman Estates 0
Schurz 13 Lake View 12
Senn 44 Clemente 0
Stevenson 42 Mundelein 0
Vernon Hills 60 Round Lake 0
Warren 42, Wauconda 0
Westinghouse 15 Rowe-Clark 12

Iowa

Assumption 21 Davenport Central 17

Louisiana

Episcopal 28 Metairie Park Country Day 7
Isadore Newman 10 Northlake Christian 0
Jesuit 52 Ponchatoula 27
Riverdale 45 Ben Franklin 0

Maryland

Annapolis 28, Glen Burnie 20
Archbishop Carroll, D.C. 51, Owings Mills 0
Arundel 10, Broadneck 6
Baltimore Chesapeake 6, Dundalk 0
Bethesda 28, Northwest - Mtg 17
Boys Latin 47, Severn 0
Brunswick 9, North Carroll 6
Catoctin 38, South Hagerstown 13
Chopticon 19, Huntingtown 14
Damascus 33, Hubie Blake 13
Eastern Tech 57, Kenwood 12
Francis Scott Key 41, Manchester Valley 33
Franklin 42, Catonsville 34
Gaithersburg 22, Clarksburg 7
Hereford 28, Aberdeen 6
James M. Bennett 21, Easton 12
Lackey 40, Thomas Stone 0
Linganore 34, Walkersville 7
Meade 12, Severna Park 0
Middletown 34, Boonsboro 0
North County 20, Pasadena Chesapeake 9
North Hagerstown 16, Loch Raven 13
North Point 26, McDonough 6
Old Mill 44, Northeast - AA 0
Parkside 27, Col. Richardson 13
Patuxent 51, Calvert 7
Pikesville 28, Mt. Carmel 14
Quince Orchard 12, Walt Whitman 7
Rockville 26, Northwood 12
Seneca Valley 41, Albert Einstein 21
Sherwood 35, Paint Branch 19
South Carroll 41, Smithsburg 6
South River 28, Harwood Southern 7
Springbrook 32, Wootton 7
The Potomac School, Va. 24, Bullis 21
Thomas Johnson 20, Century 7
Towson 27, Dulaney 12
Tuscarora 35, Perry Hall 7
Urbana 37, Jefferson, W.Va. 0
Watkins Mill 28, John F. Kennedy 0
Western STES 2, Pallotti 0
Westlake 35, La Plata 6
Westminster 25, Liberty 10
Wicomico 23, Cambridge/SD 3
Williamsport 18, Poolesville 6
Winston Churchill 7, Walter Johnson 0
Winters Mill 21, Frederick 14

New Jersey

Belvidere 40 South Hunterdon 18
Burlington Twp. 42 Princeton 7
Carteret 25 Colonia 7
Cherokee 39 Eastern 14
Cherry Hill East 19 Washington Twp. 7
Cliffside Park 21 Northern Highlands 7
Clifton 34 Teaneck 6
Delsea 33 Timber Creek 14
Demarest 40 Fair Lawn 0
Don Bosco Prep 35 Ridgewood 14
East Brunswick 20 Edison 12
Egg Harbor 26 Bridgeton 16
Florence 21 Robbinsville 14
Hackettstown 40 Parsippany 31
Hamilton 35 Lawrence 7
Hunterdon Central 35 Elizabeth 26
Immaculata 28 Governor Livingston 7
Johnson 33 Somerville 26
Lakeland 54 Indian Hills 7
Lincoln 52 Hanover Park 22
Matawan 28 Red Bank 7
Montclair-Kimberley 42 Dwight-Englewood 0
Montville 28 Vernon 27
Morristown 27 Mendham 24
North Brunswick 21 New Brunswick 0
North Warren 31 Bernards 13
Old Bridge 21 Monroe 14
Old Tappan 50 Paramus 31
Paramus Catholic 35 Bergenfield 26
Park Ridge 23 Bogata 6
Pascack Hills 50 Manchester Regional 20
Paul VI 35 Cherry Hills West 6
Phillipsburg 31 North Hunterdon 13
Ramapo 27 West Milford 7
Rancocas Valley 16 Steinert 6
Ramsey 27 Wahwah 7
Ridge 21 Montgomery 9
Ridgefield Park 13 Pompton Lakes 8
River Dell 47 Englewood 10
Rutherford 35 Garfield 6
South River 21 Highland Park 20
Sterling 35 Haddonfield 0
Union 34 Watchung Hills 7
Wayne Hills 52 Paterson Edwards 0
West Orange 21 Union City 6
West Windsor South 14 Trenton 7
Woodbridge 42 J.P. Stevens 0

Ohio

Aiken 32 Hughes 6
Brush 13 Cuyahoga Falls 7
Clark Montessori 18 Cincinnati Country Day 7
Glen Este 26 Butler 14
Indian Hills 42 Deer Park 20
Kenston 39 Wickliffe 0
Mayfield 33 Elyria 0
Middletown 24 Lakota West 13
Sycamore 31 Princeton 28
Wyoming 21 Reading 0

Pennsylvania

Allderdice 12 Brashear 0
Johnstown 42 Westmont Hilltop 10
Mars 28 Hampton 6

Texas

CLASS 5A
Abilene 27, Plant (FL) 17
Abilene Cooper 43, Lubbock 0
Alvin 13, Pasadena 7
Deer Park 35, Houston Westside 28
Eagle Pass 21, Laredo Alexander 13
Fort Bend Hightower 50, Fort Bend Austin 26
Garland Sachse 41, North Garland 14
Houston Langham Creek 38, Houston Jersey Village 30
Hurst Bell 43, Irving Nimitz 14
Northside Clark 49, Northside Marshall 7
Pasadena South Houston 14, Humble Summer Creek 9

CLASS 4A
Austin Lanier 23, Austin Hyde Park 0
CC Moody 54, Brownsville Rivera 43
Cedar Park 56, Austin High 0
FW Carter-Riverside 21, FW Trimble Tech 20
FW Eastern Hills 49, FW South Hills 0
SA Memorial 19, Austin Eastside Memorial 13
Smithson Valley 28, Converse Wagner 21

CLASS 3A
Dallas Smith 52, Carrollton Turner 20
FW Polytechnic 21, Dallas Spruce 20

CLASS 2A
Lago Vista 64, Austin Reagan 26

CLASS 1A
Milano 47, Giddings State School 0

PRIVATE SCHOOLS
Bellaire Episcopal 13, Dallas St. Mark 11
Houston Kinkaid 56, Casady (OK) 20
Houston St. John's 54, Greenhill 14

Wisconsin

Janesville Parker 20, Madison West 12
Madison East 54, Beloit Memorial 52
Madison Edgewood 42, Baraboo 21
Madison La Follette 34, Janesville Craig 26
Mequon Homestead 28, Milwaukee Lutheran 7
Nicolet 13, Port Washington 0
Sun Prairie 26, Madison Memorial 8
Whitefish Bay 13, Germantown 3

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Saturday High School Football Scores

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America



Another weekend of high school football is in the books.  Hopefully, you were able to get out an watch a high school football game in person.

I'm finally back home after High School Football America made stops in New York City; Roseto, Pennsylvania; Rye, New York and Lowell, Michigan over the last 10 days.


There was plenty of action on Saturday with some good action between top teams in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Nationally-ranked St. Peter's Prep (NJ) handled Pennsy-power St. Joseph's Prep 35-7, while Bergen Catholic made Jersey a perfect 2-0 over the weekend with a 22-21 win over defending 4A champ LaSalle College, which entered the game as the #1 team in several state polls.

Below are links to Saturday scores...


Friday, September 10, 2010

Friday Night High School Football Scoreboard

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America


What an incredible night in Lowell, Michigan!

There are no words to describe seeing some 8,000 people dressed in pink t-shirts to raise awareness and money for cancer research and prevention.  The Lowell Red Arrows beat Kenowa Hills 47-0 in the 3rd annual Pink Arrow Pride game.

We'll have video posted on Sunday at High School Football America.

In the meantime, it's time to turn my attention to the Friday Night Scoreboard.  Click on the links below to find your score.

Friday Night High School Football Scores
Friday, September 10, 2010

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High School Football America Journeys to Lowell, Michigan to be Tickled Pink

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

We're heading to Lowell, Michigan for tonight's Pink Arrow Pride game between Lowell and Kenowa Hills.

The stadium will be awash in pink as the Lowell Red Arrows don pink jerseys to raise awareness and money for breast cancer research and prevention.  The first couple Pink Arrow Pride games have raised nearly $200,000.

After the game, I'll be back to post pictures from the game and update our scoreboards.