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Which teams are the main competitors for western Pennsylvania high school football?

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Central Catholic and Clairton High Schools are among the best high school football programs in western Pennsylvania, as of 2015. Other highly performing schools include Thomas Jefferson, North Allegheny and Upper St. Clair.

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Central Catholic, located in Pittsburgh, has won two Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association state football championships as of the 2014 season. The Central Catholic Vikings have been ranked in the top 10 by Max Preps since the website's creation in 2002. Another top team, the Clairton Bears have earned 125 victories, including four state Class A championships.

Thomas Jefferson, located in Jefferson Hills, has won three state championships and has ranked in Max Preps' top 25 list five times since 2002. North Allegheny, based in Wexford, has earned two state championships and two number-one rankings by Max Preps. Upper St. Clair won a state championship during its undefeated 2006 season.

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