Reshuffles galore as reshuffle rankings shake up week 5



JACKSONVILLE, Florida. – The News4JAX High School Football Super 10 will be released on Tuesdays throughout the high school football regular season.

New to football this year are the Metro and Suburban divisions. These are marked with S and M designations in the classifications. District matches are also beginning to resume this week. These are indicated with an *. All games Friday at 7 p.m. unless otherwise specified.

Super 10 Football Ranking

Rank, Previous, School, Folder, Classification

1. (1) Trinity Christian (4-0), 1M

Last week: D. Bolles, 27-14.

This week: vs. Columbia (2-2), 7:30 p.m.

Notable: The Conquerors took care of one of their toughest regular season matchups last week with a big RB game Darnell Rogers and a difficult defense. It’s another big opponent heading to Hammond Blvd. this week in the suddenly streaked Tigers.

2. (2) Bartram Trail (4-0), 4S

Last week: D. Tallahassee Lincoln, 24-7.

This week: against Saint-Augustin (2-2).

Notable: After going 0-19 to start their streak against St. Augustine, the Bears suddenly can’t lose to the Yellow Jackets. They have won four straight in the county clash. The defense is leading the way for Bartram this season. The Bears are holding teams to just 11 points per game.

Few high school football programs in Northeast Florida have enjoyed such consistent success as Bartram Trail. Over the past 11 seasons, the Bears have averaged nearly 10 wins per season. In that streak, they’ve never had less than eight wins. Darrell Sutherland has been the head coach since the school opened in 2000 and there is only one honor to have eluded the Bears since – a state title. Could this be the year?

3. (6) Jackson (4-1), 2M

Last week: D. Spruce Creek, 35-6.

This week: Stopped.

Notable: Who would have projected this rise of the Tigers? Coach by Christophe Foy the team is thriving, winning four in a row. They are holding teams to just 11 points per game. They are absent this week before returning on September 30 against Ribault in the District 1-2M opener.

4. (4) Creek side (3-1), 4S

Last week: lost to Gainesville Buchholz, 48-41*.

This week: at the Mandarin (3-1), 6:30 p.m.

Notable: The Knights pushed the Bobcats to the wire in last week’s loss, but fell short of a district victory. Things are going to get dicey from now on in the area’s most intimidating neighborhood (Buchholz, Bartram Trail, Fleming Island, and Oakleaf).

5. (8) White (3-1), 2M

Last week: D. Parker, 37-0.

This week: vs. Riverside (2-2, 1-0), 6:30 p.m.*

Notable: Commanders dusted off a good defensive team in the Braves last week and can take a big step towards victory for their district with a victory this week over a team of generals who have traits similar to Parker.

6. (3) Fleming Island (3-1), 4S

Last week: lost against Oakleaf, 26-20*.

This week: Stopped.

Notable: A major loss for the Golden Eagles, who have been manipulated by the rival Knights and can no longer afford another district loss. They are in a similar position to No. 4 Creekside. With four very competent zone teams in the 1-4S region, a simple calculation indicates that a couple will not make the playoffs.

7. (5) Bolles (2-2), 2M

Last week: lost to Trinity Christian, 27-14.

This week: vs Savannah Benedictine (2-2), 7:30 p.m.

Notable: Back-to-back losses for the Bulldogs aren’t often seen there. Injuries kept QB DJ Moore of last week’s loss. The goal is to get him back to good health by the start of district play on September 30.

8. (10) Mandarin (3-1), 4M

Last week: D. Atlantic Coast, 30-0*.

This week: vs. Creekside (3-1), 6:30 p.m.

Notable: A fight to win the Principal’s Cup last week but things resume on Friday against a very good team from Creekside. Look for offensive fireworks this week.

9. (9) Raines (2-1), 2M

Last week: Stopped.

This week: at Trinity Catholic (2-1).

Notable: The Vikings come out of the bye week ready to get back to work. Their only loss was a rout of No. 1 Trinity Christian, but they are still well positioned to win a district title, provided they get past rivals Ribault and Jackson.

10. (NR) Christian University (4-0), 1M

Last week: D. Church of Christ, 56-8.

This week: at Rabun Gap-Nacoochee, North Carolina (4-1).

Notable: The Christians erased their opposition, allowing an average of only 7 ppg. Admittedly, the schedule hasn’t been exceptionally difficult so far, but things are getting tougher quickly next month. UC gets the nod over Bradford and Oakleaf for that spot.


Baker County (2-1, 2S), lost to Baldwin, 30-7.

on the bubble

Baker County (2-1, 2S); Baudouin (3-1, 2S); Bishop Kenny (4-0, 2M); Bradford (3-0, 2S); Flagler Palm Coast (3-0, 3S); Fletcher (2-2, 3M); Oak Leaf (3-1, 4S); Sandalwood (1-2, 4M); St. Augustine (2-2, 3S); Union County (2-1, Class 1A).

5 week schedule, Florida

All games at 7 p.m. unless otherwise specified; neighborhood games indicated by *

Monday, September 19

Continent 22, Flagler Palm Coast 16

Friday September 23

Atlantic Coast (0-4) at Camden County (3-2), 7:30 p.m.

Baker County (2-1) at Viera (0-3)

Seaside (2-1) at Ridgeview (1-3)

Bishop Kenny (4-0) at West Nassau (1-3)

Bishop Snyder (3-1) at Harvest Community (2-1)

Branford (3-1) at Paxon (1-3), 6:30 p.m.

Christ’s Church (0-4) at St. John Paul II (3-0)

Columbia (2-2) at Trinity Christian (4-0), 7:30 p.m.

Crescent City (1-2) at Hilliard (2-2)

Creekside (3-1) at Mandarin (3-1), 6:30 p.m.

Englewood (2-1) at Stanton (0-4), 6:30 p.m.

Fletcher (2-2) at Santal (1-2), 6:30 p.m.

Fort White (1-2) at Williston (3-0), 7:30 p.m.

Gainesville Oak Hall (3-0) at Eagle’s View (1-2)

Keystone Heights (2-2) at Interlachen (4-0), 7:30 p.m.

Matanzas (1-3) at Port Orange Atlantic (1-2)

Menendez (2-2) at Ponte Vedra (1-2)

Middlebourg (0-4) to Ribault (3-1)

Nease (0-4) at Orange Park (1-2)

NFEI (2-2) at Episcopal (3-0)

Oakleaf (3-1) at Tallahassee Chiles (0-4)

Palatka (3-0) at Lake Weir (0-4)

Parker (1-3) at Baldwin (3-1), 6:30 p.m.

Quincy Munroe (2-1) at Bradford (3-0), 7:30 p.m.

Raines (2-1) vs. Trinity Catholic (2-1)

Riverside (2-2, 1-0) at White (3-1, 0-0), 6:30 p.m.*

Riverside Christian (0-2-1) vs. Cedar Creek Christian (2-1)

St. Augustine (2-2) at Bartram Trail (4-0)

Savannah Benedictine (2-2) at Bolles (2-2), 7:30 p.m.

Suwannee (1-3) at North Marion (4-0), 7:30 p.m.

Tocoi Creek (3-1) at Clay (2-2)

Union County (2-1) at Newberry (3-0), 7:30 p.m.

University Christian (4-0) at Rabun Gap (NC) (4-1)

Orange City University (2-2) at Flagler Palm Coast (3-1)

Westside (1-3) at First Coast (2-1), 6:30 p.m.

Zarephath Academy (1-3) at Mayo Lafayette (3-1)

Stopped: Fernandina Beach, Fleming Island, Hollis Christian, Impact Christian, Jackson, Providence, St. Joseph, Wolfson, Young Kids in Motion, Yulee.

Week 6 program, Georgia

All matches at 7:30 p.m.; region games indicated with *

Friday September 23

Atlantic Coast (0-4) at Camden County (3-2)

Bainbridge (2-3) at Ware County (3-0)

Brantley County (3-1) at Pierce County (4-0)*

Glynn Academy (2-2) vs Brunswick (4-0)*

Stopped: Charlton County

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