The Eagles are flying high, having outscored their first two opponents, 87-27. You can bet they're eager to show just how far they've come this Saturday against neighborhood rival Mt. Hebron.

Last week: beat Oakland Mills (1-1), 59-20. This week: at Mt. Hebron (0-2), Saturday at 1 p.m.

W: Re (28-7), OM (59-20). L: NA.


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8. (9.) Reservoir (1-1, 43-42)

The Gators took a big tumble after losing to Centennial in Week 1, but made a case for upward mobility last week by routing Mt. Hebron. A win Friday night against Glenelg would get Reservoir back into the upper echelon.

Last week: beat Mt. Hebron (0-2), 36-14. This week: home against Glenelg (1-1), Friday at 7 p.m.

W: MH (36-14). L: C (28-7).

 

9. (6.) Mt. Hebron (0-2, 14-63)

The Vikings have played two tough teams, but getting outscored 63-14 is no way to start the season. A rivalry game for homecoming this Saturday should get their competitive juices flowing.

Last week: lost to Reservoir (1-1), 36-14. This week: home against Centennial (2-0), Saturday at 1 p.m.

W: NA. L: Ha (27-0), Re (36-14).

 

10. (10.) Oakland Mills (1-1, 64-65)

Talk about a roller coaster. The Scorpions outscored Long Reach by 38 points in Week 1, then got outscored by Centennial by 39 points in Week 2. This offense is more potent than it was just one year ago, having already matched its scoring output from all of 2012.

Last week: Lost to Centennial (2-0), 59-20. This week: at Hammond (2-0), Friday at 7 p.m.

W: LR (44-6). L: C (59-20).