USA TODAY Super 25 Scores: The top stays dominant, St. Frances has statement win over DeSoto

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Mater Dei left little doubt that the win in Vegas last week over Bishop Gorman wasn’t a lucky run in Sin City as the Monarchs handled in-state foe—and Super 25 team—Centennial (Corona) this past Friday.

It was one of a few Super 25 matchups that will shake things up in Week 2. 

Meanwhile, St. Jon Bosco made its case to stay in the top two teams of the Super 25 rankings, taking out Bishop Amat (Calif.) — a solid follow-up act to the opening win against Allen (Texas).

Elsewhere, the Florida teams stayed the course of football dominance, with IMG leading the charge and bouncing back in a big way after last week’s stunning loss to Central (Miami, Fla.).

But the biggest fireworks of the gridiron week were courtesy of St. Frances Academy (Md.), who went to the Lone Star State and toppled No. 24 DeSoto, sending a message across the high school football landscape: Look. Out!

As we prep for the next edition of the USA TODAY Sports Super 25 rankings, here’s the complete scoreboard for Week 1’s top teams.

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No. 1 Mater Dei (Calif.) 43 - No. 8 Centennial (Calif.) 20

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No. 2 St. John Bosco (Calif.) 42 - Bishop Amat (Calif.) 7

Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports

No. 3 Buford (Ga.) 21 - North Cobb (Ga.) 14

Buford RB Derrian Brown, a Texas commit (Photo: 247Sports)
Buford RB Derrian Brown, a Texas commit (Photo: 247Sports)

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No. 4 St. Frances Academy (Md.) 47 - No. 24 DeSoto (Texas) 7

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No. 5 Central (Miami, Fla.): Idle

(Photo: Robson Lopes/Football Hotbed)

No. 6 St. Thomas Aquinas (Fla.) 42 - Fort Myers (Fla.) 0

Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

No. 7 North Shore (Texas) 42 - Spring (Texas) 0

Godofredo A Vásquez/Houston Chronicle

No. 9 Bergen Catholic (N.J.) 28 - No. 14 Saguro (Ariz.) 7

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No. 10 Duncanville (Texas) 44 - Jones (Fla.) 21

Duncanville1_Godofredo A. Vasquez:Houston Chronicle

No. 11 Bishop Gorman (Nev.) 56 - St. Louis (Honolulu) 14

(Photo: Bishop Gorman Football)

No. 12 American Heritage (Fla.) 42 - Lake Gibson (Fla.) 14

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No. 13 Westlake (Texas) 47 - Judson (Texas) 14

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No. 15 IMG Academy (Fla.) 50 - De Smet Jesuit (Mo.) 6

Syndication: Sarasota Herald-Tribune

No. 16 St. Edward (Ohio) 13 - Cherry Creek (Colo.) 9

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No. 17 Chaminade-Madonna (Fla.) 49 - Dillard (Fla.) 28

Syndication: Tallahassee Democrat

No. 18 Chandler (Ariz.) 63 - Cathedral Catholic (Calif.) 7

(Photo: Arizona Republic)

No. 19 Jesuit (Fla.) 14 - Treasure Coast (Fla.) 13

Photo: Jesuit High School

No. 20 Katy (Texas) 35 - Atascocita (Texas) 28

Photo: Joe Buvid, Houston Chronicle Contributor

No. 21 Grayson (Loganville, Ga.) 28 - Fort Dorchester (S.C.) 0

Richard Craine/Grayson Rams Touchdown Club

No. 22 Archbishop Moeller (Ohio) 43 - East Central (Ind.) 14

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No. 23 Guyer (Texas) 44 - Aledo (Texas) 14

Syndication: Austin American-Statesman

No. 25 Lipscomb Academy (Tenn.) 52 - Goodpasture Christian (Tenn.) 0

Gary Cosby-Tuscaloosa News

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