Idle because of the threat of Hurricane Lane that wiped out its scheduled game against Mililani on Saturday, Saint Louis dropped a spot to No. 11 in the latest MaxPreps Xcellent 25 released today.
The top nine teams remained the same with Corona Centennial (Calif.) jumping ahead of the Crusaders to No. 10 after a 45-28 win over Orange Lutheran (Calif.).
Mater Dei (Calif.) was dominant in a 42-0 win over Bishop Gorman (Nev.) but remained at No. 2 behind No. 1 St. John Bosco despite forfeiting its first game due to the use of an illegible player. No reason was given in the rankings story.
The Gaels dropped to No. 25.
St. John Bosco shut out its second straight opponent of the season, beating Graces Memorial (Calif.) 56-0. The Braves allowed 9 yards of total offense the entire game.
Bosco will next host Mililani on Friday night at 4 p.m. Hawaii time. The Trojans are averaging 44.0 points per game during their 3-0 start with QB Dillon Gabriel throwing 12 touchdown passes without an interception.
St. John’s (Washington D.C.) College remained at No. 5 after opening its season with a 49-0 win over Johns Creek (Ga.). Kahuku transfer Sol-Jay Maiava started at QB for the Cadets and rushed for a TD and threw for another.
All four Texas teams in the rankings begin the season this week.