Video: Xcellent 25 High School Football Rankings
Milton joins the rankings, while two Texas teams jump into Top 5.
The No. 1 spot is still up for grabs.
North shore improved to 15-0 blowing past Lake Travis (Austin) 51-10 to advance to its first state title game since 2015. Zachary Evans
rushed for nearly 200 yards and four touchdowns giving him nine scores in his last eight quarters. The Mustangs have won every game by double digits this year and are winning by nearly 50 points per game. The victory moved North Shore up to No. 2 in the Top 25.
Duncanville, meanwhile, snapped Allen's 30-game winning streak in the other semifinal, beating the defending state champs 44-35. Ja'Quinden Jackson
made big plays when it mattered most. The 4-star junior quarterback accounted for four touchdowns including a 40-yard score on fourth down with the game tied at 35 with three minutes left. The Panthers are going for their second state title and first since 1998. The big win over the Eagles moved the Panthers up to No. 3.
These two lock horns at 7 p.m. Saturday at AT&T Stadium (Dallas) with the 6A Division I state title on the line.
See the video above for a complete look at this week's Xcellent 25 rankings presented by the Army National Guard.
The only new team to join this week's Top 25 was
after winning the Georgia 7A state championship. They handed Colquitt County (Norman Park, Ga.) its only loss of the season winning 14-13 to claim the school's first state title in football. 2019 Georgia Tech commit Jordan Yates
finished the night with nearly 200 yards passing and 100 yards rushing.
No. 17 Folsom (Calif.)
needed overtime to knock off Cathedral Catholic (San Diego) to claim its second straight 1-AA CIF state championship. The Bulldogs have gone 30-1 over the last two seasons and ended 2018 riding a 14-game winning streak. 2019 Boise State commit Kaiden Bennett
ended his high school career on a high note, accounting for nearly 400 yards of offense and three touchdowns in the 21-14 win.
No. 6 St. Frances Academy (Baltimore)
will be back in action for the first time since Nov. 16 against the 6A Georgia state champs Lee County (Leesburg, Ga.) in the GEICO Bowl Series on Dec. 22. The DMV power is a perfect 9-0 this season and has outscored the opposition 434-18.