Ladies and gentlemen, we've come to a sad day: The final edition of "Instant Replay" for the 2010 high school football season. Yet, all good things must come to an end, and with the knowledge that Batesville (Miss.) South Panola High is the new RivalsHigh 100 national champion, we can rest assured that all the mysteries of the 2010 campaign have been sufficiently solved. With that in mind, it's time to look back on one final, glorious week of high school football championships, upsets and all.
• No. 3 St. Thomas Aquinas (Fla.) 29, No. 49 Plant (Fla.) 7: The Sunshine State's Class 5A title game was even more of a whitewash than anyone could have expected. After falling behind 7-6 -- the first deficit Aquinas has faced all season -- the Raiders bounced back with a vengenance, routing nationally-ranked Plant in a final audition for why they deserve a national title. In the end, Aquinas didn't get that title, but they did get plenty of respect from all corners but putting dominant victories week after week.A video or other embedded content has been hidden. Click here to view it.
• Palo Alto (Calif.) 15, No. 13 Corona Centennial (Calif.) 13: In all honesty, no one saw this coming. Yet despite being unranked and playing a team vying for a spot in the season-ending RivalsHigh 100 Top-10, Palo Alton preyed on a host of Corona Centennial miscues to steal a season-defining victory when a 42-yard field goal attempt with just 35 seconds left fell short for Centennial.