Despite needing a furious comeback to defeat Narbonne (Calif.) 56-50 on Saturday night at Aloha Stadium, Saint Louis moved up a spot in the MaxPreps Xcellent 25 released Sunday evening.
The Crusaders (5-0) are ranked No. 23 in the nation following their 10th consecutive victory dating back to last season.
Saint Louis quarterback Chevan Cordeiro threw seven touchdown passes against the Gauchos (2-3), including four in the fourth quarter to wide receiver Mitchell Quinn, who finished with 232 receiving yards.
Cordeiro (1,303 yards, 14 TD, 3 INT) is now fourth in Division I on Oahu in passing while Quinn (18 receptions, 467 yards, 7 TD) is third in receiving.
Saint Louis is seventh in the West region behind No. 1 Mater Dei (Calif.), No. 6 St. John Bosco (Calif.), No. 8 Corona Centennial (Calif.), No. 11 Bingham (Utah), No. 12 Bishop Gorman (Nev.) and No. 22 Mission Viejo (Calif.).
Up next for the Crusaders is Kamehameha on Friday at Aloha Stadium.