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Time to get to the “Countdown”. Which states have the most powerful high school football teams? Remember, we are looking at the top 16 schools from each state and averaging their scores for ranking purposes. Below is a list of teams already covered with their power index rating included.

Sweet 16 Countdown: 51. Alaska -9.2   50. Vermont -1.7   49. North Dakota 3.3   48. Wyoming 5.2  47. Rhode Island 8.4   46. District of Columbia 8.4   45. Delaware 14.7   44. South Dakota 15.3   43. New Hampshire 16.7   42. Montana 19.2  41. Maine 19.5   40. New Mexico 20.5  39. Oregon 24.2  38. West Virginia 26.3  37. Nevada 31.2  36. Idaho 32.2  35. Nebraska 32.6  34. New York 33.0  33. Iowa 34.4  32. Minnesota 35.9   31. Kentucky 36.3   30. Hawaii 36.5  29. Connecticut 37.3  28. Massachusetts 38.3 27. Wisconsin 39.9  26. Virginia 40.8  25. Oklahoma 41.5  24. Michigan 41.53 23. Kansas 41.8 22. Tennessee 41.9  21. Washington 42.6 20. Indiana 43.9 19. Colorado 44.4  18. South Carolina 44.61  17. New Jersey 44.63  16. Arkansa 45.0 15. Arizona 45.2 14. Mississippi 45.6 13. Alabama 45.8  12. Utah 46.0  11. North Carolina 46.7  10…9…

 

Missouri 49.0 337  Record  Power Rank Pennsylvania 49.9 580  Record  Power Rank
Christian Brothers (St. Louis) 13-1 73.2 St. Joseph’s Prep (Philadelphia) 13-0 68.8
Rockhurst (Kansas City) 11-3 57.6 Cathedral Prep (Erie) 13-3 57.2
Ladue Horton Watkins (St. Louis) 15-0 54.6 Coatesville 14-1 55.8
Vianney (Kirkwood) 11-3 52.1 Harrisburg 13-2 55.1
Blair Oaks (Jefferson City) 15-0 52.1 Penn Hills (Pittsburgh) 16-0 53.1
Lee’s Summit North (Lee’s Summit) 9-3 49.8 Pine-Richland (Gibsonia) 11-3 52.7
Trinity Catholic (St. Louis) 13-2 49.8 Southern Columbia Area (Catawissa) 16-0 50.6
Webb City 13-1 49 Manheim Central (Manheim) 14-1 50
De Smet Jesuit (St. Louis) 9-3 48.4 Malvern Prep (Malvern) 11-0 47.6
Lee’s Summit West (Lee’s Summit) 9-2 46.5 Aliquippa 14-1 46.2
Carthage 11-2 45.3 Imhotep Charter (Philadelphia) 11-3 45.7
Blue Springs 9-4 44.8 North Allegheny (Wexford) 10-1 44.4
Joplin 10-3 43.7 State College 12-2 43.8
Cardinal Ritter College Prep (St. Louis) 14-1 39.4 Archbishop Wood (Warminster) 9-4 43
Rock Bridge (Columbia) 9-3 39.3 Central Dauphin (Harrisburg) 9-4 42.9
West Plains 12-1 37.6 Gateway (Monroeville) 12-1 41.6

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Coach Albaugh coached high school football in Illinois for 28 years. During that time he coached at every level and on both sides of the ball. He was the offensive and defensive line coach for four undefeated teams and was a defensive coordinator in his last 11 years, twice reaching the semi finals of the Illinois state playoffs.