Week Eight of the high school football season brought the most upheaval of the year among The Baltimore Sun's Top 15, as five teams lost to unranked opponents.
The Top 5 teams won, although No. 2 Old Mill needed a Brady Hannon field goal with 11 seconds left to stay undefeated.
No. 6 St. Paul's suffered its first defeat in 19 games, just one week after River Hill's 30-game winning streak came to an end. McDonogh's nine-game run is now the area's longest active win streak.
Check Tuesday's paper to see just how much upheaval the losses will bring to the new rankings. In the meantime, here's a look at how the Top 15 fared this weekend:
Ranking/Team/Record/This week’s result/Next opponent
1. Gilman/6-2/Def. Calvert Hall 37-9/Vs. St. Frances at Utz Field, Saturday
2. Old Mill/8-0/Def. Chesapeake-AA 10-7/Vs. North County, Friday
3. McDonogh/9-0/Def. Loyola 40-0/At Archbishop Spalding, Friday
4. Meade/7-1/Def. North County 42-0/Vs. Broadneck, Friday
5. Dunbar/7-1/Def. National Academy 74-0/At Edmondson, Friday
6. St. Paul’s/7-1/Lost to St. Mary's 36-34/Vs. Boys' Latin, Friday
7. River Hill/7-1/Def. Oakland Mills 46-6/At Howard, Frday
8. Milford Mill/6-2/Lost to Franklin 35-18/At Perry Hall, Friday
9. Archbishop Spalding/7-2/Def. Georgetown Prep 28-24/Vs. McDonogh, Friday
10. Archbishop Curley/8-1/Def. Severn 34-7/At John Carroll, Friday
11. Arundel/6-2/Lost to Broadneck 37-18/Vs. Chesapeake-AA, Friday
12. Glenelg/7-1/Def. Centennial 21-3/Vs. Long Reach, Friday
13. Hammond/5-2/Lost to Howard 26-7/Vs. Wilde Lake, Friday
14. Perry Hall/7-1/Def. Kenwood 55-28/Vs. Milford Mill, Friday
15. City/6-2/Lost to Edmondson 40-0/At Carver, FridayCopyright © 2015, CT Now