• Follow Us: Facebook Twitter

Super 25 Scores: Nov. 30-Dec. 1

Scores from games involving Super 25 teams


HS Football Central |  | Super 25 Scores | Super 25 Roundup

Thursday's Game

No. 10 Ensworth School (Nashville) -- 31
Memphis University -- 14
Div. II-AA State Title

Recap: Corn Elder rushed for 217 yards and three touchdowns in the final game of his high school career to lead Ensworth to its third consecutive Div. II-AA state title. Ensworth, which completed its first undefeated season in school history, has won 21 straight games.

Friday's Games

No. 1 Manatee, Bradenton (Fla.) -- 51
Fort Pierce Central (Fort Pierce) -- 0
Region 3 Final

Recap: The Hurricanes scored 28 points in the second quarter and the defense dominated in the blowout win.

No. 2 John Curtis (River Ridge, La.) -- 55
Springfield -- 0
2A Semifinal

No. 4 Bellevue (Wash.) -- 35
Eastside Catholic (Sammamish) -- 3
3A Final

Centennial (Corona) -- 30
No. 8 Vista Murrieta (Murrieta, Calif.) -- 28
Division Final

No. 9 Hoover (Ala.) -- 44
Clay-Chalkville (Pinson) -- 20
6A Semifinal

No. 15 Dr. Phillips (Orlando) -- 31
East Lake (Tarpon Springs) -- 21
8A Region Final

Recap: Dr. Phillips shut out the Eagles in the second half and overcame a 21-14 halftime deficit to win the 8A Region title.

No. 18 Bishop McDevitt (Harrisburg, Pa.) -- 21
West York (York) -- 0
District 3-AAA Championship

Norcross -- 34
No. 20 Camden County (Kingsland, Ga.) -- 20
5A Quarterfinal

Saturday's Games

No. 3 DeSoto (Texas) -- 24
Bowie (Arlington) -- 6
Region I semifinal

Recap: Dontre Wilson scored all three touchdowns for DeSoto, which won despite being held to less than half of its average season output.

No. 5 Katy, Texas (12-0) -- 55
LaPorte at Reliant Stadium in Houston -- 10
Region III semifinal

Recap: Adam Taylor rushed for 207 yards and three touchdowns in Katy's dominating win.

No. 6 Butler (Matthews, N.C.) -- 56
Jack Britt (Fayetteville) in Chapel Hill -- 28
4-AA state title game

Recap: Butler had 42 points by halftime and rolled to its third unbeaten season and state title in the last four years.

No. 7 De La Salle (Concord, Calif.) -- 52
James Logan (Union City) at Dublin -- 7

Recap: Chris Williams threw four touchdown passes for the Spartans, who picked off four passes in the win.

No. 11 Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas) -- 63
Liberty (Henderson) -- 10
Div. I State Final

Recap: Anu Solomon threw for 199 yards and four touchdowns, going over 10,000 yards for his career, to help the Gaels to their fourth straight state title.

Moeller (Cincinnati) -- 20
No. 12 Whitmer (Toledo, Ohio) -- 12
Div. I Championship

Fayetteville -- 31
No. 14 Bentonville (Ark.) -- 20
7A Championship

Recap: Fayetteville spoiled Bentonville's hopes of a perfect season for a second straight year, limiting the Tigers to 279 total yards in the upset win.

No. 16 Narbonne (Harbor City, Calif.) -- 25
Crenshaw (Los Angeles) -- 0
City Section Div. I Final

Recap: Johnell Jackson rushed for 159 yards on 26 carries and the Gauchos' defense shut down a Crenshaw offense that had scored 59, 56, and 38 points in its three playoff wins.

No. 19 Trinity (Louisville) -- 61
Pleasure Ridge Park (Louisville) -- 7
6A Championship

Recap: Travis Wright threw three touchdown passes, Dalyn Dawkins rushed for three scores and James Quick hauled in two TD passes for the Shamrocks.

No. 25 North Allegheny (Wexford, Pa.) -- 56
McDowell (Erie) -- 6
AAAA Quarterfinal

Recap: North Allegheny scored five touchdowns in the second quarter, including three in the first four minutes, to take control.

Season Complete

No. 13 Good Counsel (Olney, Md.) (11-1)
No. 17 Kirkwood (Mo.) (13-0)
No. 21 Cass Technical (Detroit) (12-2)
No. 22 Gilman School (Baltimore) (9-2)
No. 23 Glenbard West (Glen Ellyn, Ill.) (14-0)
No. 24 Lawrence Central (Indinapolis) (15-0)
 

 

Comments

What's Hot