Riverview remains on top of the Class 2A rankings with two district games this week plus a big tilt with Class 1A No. 1, Robinson. [PHOTO - Joshua Wilson/FHSF]

Each week during the season we update the Top 25 rankings in Class 2A providing our Top 10 teams as well as provide The Next 15 teams that we have ranked to complete the Top 25 rankings. Information used to determine the rankings include record, quality wins, defeating ranked opponents and strength of schedule (after Week 1). It is important that teams update their information with scores with us on a regular basis each week by emailing us score reports at flag@floridahsfootball.com, sending us a direct message on Twitter @FlaHSFootball or updating scores in the ScoreStream app.  Lack of information (scores) reported by the teams will only hurt their chances of being ranked, especially if they are having a solid season.

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1. Riverview (Riverview)
Last Week: 1
NOTE: The Sharks are humming along now picking up the wins like they are the No. 1 team in Class 2A easily taking down Plant City and Tampa Bay Tech last week with shutouts. This week the Sharks will have three games on the slate with Durant and East Bay as the remaining part of the district schedule that could allow the Sharks to officially clinch the No. 1 overall seed in District 2A-6 while they will also get a challenge against current 1A No. 1 Robinson.


2. Seminole Ridge (Loxahatchee)
Last Week:
NOTE: The Hawks are holding their own right now after picking up wins over Palm Beach Lakes and Royal Palm Beach Lakes last week. Key district games against an improving Wellington squad and No. 11 Dwyer await this week for the Hawks.

3. Wekiva (Apopka)
Last Week: 3
NOTE: Wekiva took care of business easily this past week against Flagler Palm Coast and now a big week awaits ahead as the Mustangs will first travel to Spruce Creek early in the week before making their way to Tallahassee for the Capital City Classic for a three-game weekend against some of the top competition from around the state.

4. Cooper City
Last Week: 4
The Cowboys return from break this week with district games against Flanagan and Miramar that should lock in the No. 1 overall seed in District 2A-13.

5. Steinbrenner (Lutz)
Last Week: 5
NOTE: Steinbrenner continues to impress on the field as they shutout at district nemesis Wharton at home last week. This week key district games against an improved Sickles squad and against defending Class 2A state champion and No. 6 Alonso, both of which will be on the road.

6. Alonso (Tampa)
Last Week: 
NOTE: Alonso was able to bounce back this past week, picking up key district wins against Wharton and Gaither. A key district game awaits against No. 5 Steinbrenner before the Ravens travel to Tallahassee for a three-game stretch at the Capital City Classic.

7. Park Vista (Lake Worth)
Last Week: 8
NOTE: The Cobras picked up two more wins on the season with wins over Boca Raton and Atlantic (Delray Beach) to stay undefeated on the season. A district game awaits with Spanish River early this week before a non-district tilt with Boynton Beach later in the week.

8. Jupiter
Last Week: 7
NOTE: The Warriors picked up wins this past week against Palm Beach Central and Palm Beach Gardens to remain undefeated. This week they will have district games against Palm Beach Lakes and Royal Palm Beach that will assure them a spot in the District 2A-9 tournament with wins.

9. Bloomingdale (Valrico)
Last Week: 9
NOTE: The Bulls managed to get one of two games that were scheduled this past week in with a win over Tampa Bay Tech while a power outage disrupted the game against Newsome that will be finished to completion this week along with games against East Bay and Plant City on the docket.

10. Western (Davie)
Last Week: 10
NOTE: Western coming off spring break will have a district game against Plantation this week along with a non-district contest against Boyd Anderson.

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11. Dwyer (Palm Beach Gardens), 4-1, 11
12. Dr. Krop (Miami), 4-0, 12
13. Miami Southridge, 4-0, 13
14. Mandarin (Jacksonville), 4-0, 15
15. St. Cloud, 3-1, 14
16. Miami High, 3-0, 21
17. Newsome (Lithia), 4-1, 17
18. Martin County (Stuart), 4-0, 18
19. Fleming Island (Orange Park), 4-0, 22
20. Timber Creek (Orlando), 7-0, NR
21. Gateway (Kissimmee), 4-1, 22
22. Centennial (Port St. Lucie), 4-0, 24
23. Evans (Orlando), 6-0, NR
24. Everglades (Miramar), 4-2, NR
25. Hollywood Hills, 5-1, 25

DROPPED OUT: No. 19 Dr. Phillips, 3-2, No. 20 Apopka, 3-2, No. 23 Plant (Tampa), 2-4