Football: How the Top 15 fared

September 02, 2012|By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun

The high school football season kicked off for public schools Friday night, so everyone was in action over the weekend — well, almost everyone. Mount St. Joseph's Saturday night game had to be canceled because of the weather.

Following is a look at how The Baltimore Sun's ranked teams fared this week and whom they play next. Look for the new rankings in Wednesday's paper (a day later than usual because of the Labor Day holiday).

Ranking, TeamRecordLastest resultNext opponent1. Gilman0-2Lost to Good Counsel 20-19 OTVs. Don Bosco Prep (N.J.) at Navy, Sat.2. Calvert Hall2-0Def. Dunbar 30-6Vs. DeMatha at Navy, Fri.3. River Hill2-0Def. Long Reach 52-16At Oakland Mills, Fri.4. McDonogh0-1Lost to Gonzaga 33-13Vs. St. Peter's Prep (N.J.) at Navy, Sat.5. Dunbar0-1Lost to Calvert Hall 30-6Vs. Southwestern at Poly, Fri.6. Arundel1-0Def. Annapolis 42-6Vs. Northeast, Fri.7. Old Mill1-0Def. Broadneck 35-7Vs. Severna Park, Fri.8. Catonsville1-0Def. Boys' Latin 27-7At Perry Hall, Fri.9. Franklin0-1Lost to Wise 20-0Vs. Eastern Tech at CCBC-Essex, Fri.10. Westminster1-0Def. Tuscarora 41-6Vs. Urbana, Fri.11. Mount St. Joseph0-1Vs. Friendship Collegiate canceledVs. St. Alban's, Sat.12. South River1-0Def. Chesapeake-AA 48-24At Southern, Fri.13. Atholton1-0Def. Wilde Lake 14-12 OTAt Reservoir, Fri.14. Archbishop Curley1-0Def. Patterson 18-13Vs. Chesapeake-B, Fri.15. Edmondson1-0Def.Spingarn (D.C.) 52-6At Mervo, Fri.
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