Final 2014 medium schools national high school football rankings

Booker T. Washington (Miami, FL) - 1st Rd. Playoff Highlights 895 views1:17 Photo by Stuart Browning Mark Walton, WashingtonWashington (Miami) may not have won a national championship, as it did in 2013, but the Tornadoes are the MaxPreps Medium Schools national champions for the second year in a row. Washington won the Florida Class 4A state championship over Bolles (Jacksonville) and then solidified its ranking with a win over Utah Class 5A state champion Bingham (South Jordan, Utah) in the Burger King State Champion Series over the weekend. Washington has also won 41 games in a row. Buford (Ga.), which has the fourth-longest winning streak in the nation at 43 in a row, is No. 2 after winning the Georgia Class 4A state championship. American Heritage (Plantation, Fla.), the Florida Class 5A state champion, comes in at No. 3. The rankings are based on the MaxPreps Computer Rankings. Medium-sized schools are those schools which participate in enrollment divisions generally between 1,000 and 2,000 students. Final Medium Schools National Football Rankings 1. (last time 1) Washington (Miami), 15-0, 73.2Florida Class 4A State Champion 2. (4) Buford (Ga.), 15-0, 67.1Georgia Class 4A State Champion 3. (19) American Heritage (Plantation, Fla.), 12-3, 65.9Florida Class 5A State Champion 4. (3) Webb City (Mo.), 15-0, 65.7Missouri Division 4 State Champion 5. (7) Saguaro (Scottsdale, Ariz.), 14-0, 64.2Arizona Division III State Champion 6. (17) Lake Taylor (Norfolk, Va.), 15-0, 63.6Virginia Group 4A State Champion 7. (6) Archbishop Wood (Warminster, Pa.), 14-1, 63.1Pennsylvania Class 3A State Champion 8. (NR) Gilmer (Texas), 16-0, 62.6Texas Division 4A-II State Champion 9. (11) Bishop Carroll (Wichita, Kan.), 13-0, 62.6Kansas Class 5A State Champion 10. (23) Timpview (Provo, Utah), 14-0, 61.1Utah Class 4A State Champion 11. (NR) Fulton (Knoxville, Tenn.), 15-0, 60.1Tennessee Class 4A State Champion 12. (24) Centennial (Peoria, Ariz.), 12-2, 60.0Arizona Division II State Champion 13. (NR) Benedictine (Cleveland), 14-1, 59.1Ohio Division IV State Champion 14. (10) Eastside Catholic (Sammamish, Wash.), 13-2, 58.8Washington Class 3A State Champion 15. (14) South Fayette (McDonald, Pa.), 16-0, 57.3Pennsylvania Class 2A State Champion 16. (NR) Sacred Heart-Griffin (Springfield, Ill.), 14-0, 57.1Illinois Class 5 State Champion 17. (NR) Navasota (Texas), 16-0, 57.1Texas Class 4A-I State Champion 18. (8) Oxford (Miss.), 13-2, 56.9Mississippi Class 5A state runnerup 19. (NR) St. Mary Prep (Orchard Lake, Mich.), 12-2, 56.5Michigan Division 3 State Champions 20. (NR) Central Catholic (Toledo, Ohio), 13-2, 56.5Ohio Division III State Champion 21. (NR) Godby (Tallahassee, Fla.), 12-3, 56.4Florida Class 5A state runnerup 22. (NR) New Palestine (Ind.), 15-0, 56.3Indiana Class 4A State Champion 23. (NR) Laurel (Miss.), 13-2, 55.8Mississippi Class 5A State Champions 24. (9) Archbishop Alter (Kettering, Ohio), 14-1, 55.7Ohio Division IV state runnerup 25. (2) Bellevue (Wash.), 13-1, 55.5Washington Class 3A state runnerup

Booker T. Washington (Miami, FL) - 1st Rd. Playoff Highlights
Photo by Stuart Browning

Mark Walton, Washington

Washington (Miami) may not have won a national championship, as it did in 2013, but the Tornadoes are the MaxPreps Medium Schools national champions for the second year in a row.

Washington won the Florida Class 4A state championship over Bolles (Jacksonville) and then solidified its ranking with a win over Utah Class 5A state champion Bingham (South Jordan, Utah) in the Burger King State Champion Series over the weekend. Washington has also won 41 games in a row.

Buford (Ga.), which has the fourth-longest winning streak in the nation at 43 in a row, is No. 2 after winning the Georgia Class 4A state championship. American Heritage (Plantation, Fla.), the Florida Class 5A state champion, comes in at No. 3.

The rankings are based on the MaxPreps Computer Rankings. Medium-sized schools are those schools which participate in enrollment divisions generally between 1,000 and 2,000 students.

Final Medium Schools National Football Rankings

1. (last time 1) Washington (Miami), 15-0, 73.2
Florida Class 4A State Champion

2. (4) Buford (Ga.), 15-0, 67.1
Georgia Class 4A State Champion

3. (19) American Heritage (Plantation, Fla.), 12-3, 65.9
Florida Class 5A State Champion

4. (3) Webb City (Mo.), 15-0, 65.7
Missouri Division 4 State Champion

5. (7) Saguaro (Scottsdale, Ariz.), 14-0, 64.2
Arizona Division III State Champion

6. (17) Lake Taylor (Norfolk, Va.), 15-0, 63.6
Virginia Group 4A State Champion

7. (6) Archbishop Wood (Warminster, Pa.), 14-1, 63.1
Pennsylvania Class 3A State Champion

8. (NR) Gilmer (Texas), 16-0, 62.6
Texas Division 4A-II State Champion

9. (11) Bishop Carroll (Wichita, Kan.), 13-0, 62.6
Kansas Class 5A State Champion

10. (23) Timpview (Provo, Utah), 14-0, 61.1
Utah Class 4A State Champion

11. (NR) Fulton (Knoxville, Tenn.), 15-0, 60.1
Tennessee Class 4A State Champion

12. (24) Centennial (Peoria, Ariz.), 12-2, 60.0
Arizona Division II State Champion

13. (NR) Benedictine (Cleveland), 14-1, 59.1
Ohio Division IV State Champion

14. (10) Eastside Catholic (Sammamish, Wash.), 13-2, 58.8
Washington Class 3A State Champion

15. (14) South Fayette (McDonald, Pa.), 16-0, 57.3
Pennsylvania Class 2A State Champion

16. (NR) Sacred Heart-Griffin (Springfield, Ill.), 14-0, 57.1
Illinois Class 5 State Champion

17. (NR) Navasota (Texas), 16-0, 57.1
Texas Class 4A-I State Champion

18. (8) Oxford (Miss.), 13-2, 56.9
Mississippi Class 5A state runnerup

19. (NR) St. Mary Prep (Orchard Lake, Mich.), 12-2, 56.5
Michigan Division 3 State Champions

20. (NR) Central Catholic (Toledo, Ohio), 13-2, 56.5
Ohio Division III State Champion

21. (NR) Godby (Tallahassee, Fla.), 12-3, 56.4
Florida Class 5A state runnerup

22. (NR) New Palestine (Ind.), 15-0, 56.3
Indiana Class 4A State Champion

23. (NR) Laurel (Miss.), 13-2, 55.8
Mississippi Class 5A State Champions

24. (9) Archbishop Alter (Kettering, Ohio), 14-1, 55.7
Ohio Division IV state runnerup

25. (2) Bellevue (Wash.), 13-1, 55.5
Washington Class 3A state runnerup