Gilman's Kai Locksley

Gilman quarterback Kai Locksley celebrates a long run for a touchdown late in the second quarter during a game against Anacostia. (Brian Krista / Patuxent Publishing / September 19, 2013)

The Baltimore Sun’s three highest ranked teams rolled in 30-plus point shutouts and only one team suffered a loss to an unranked team, No. 15 Howard, which fell to Howard County foe Reservoir.

One postponement, however, did affect the Top 15. No. 7 St. Paul’s and No. 9 Archbishop Curley will play
their battle of MIAA B Conference undefeated teams Monday after rain washed out Saturday’s scheduled game.

Here’s a look at how The Top 15 fared. Check for the new rankings in Tuesday’s paper.

Ranking/Team/Record/This week’s result/Next opponent


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1. Gilman/4-2/Def. Loyola 47-0/Vs. Spalding, Friday

2. River Hill/6-0/Def. Wilde Lake 33-0/Vs. Hammond, Friday

3. Old Mill/6-0/Def. Northeast 36-0/Vs. Glen Burnie, Thursday

4. McDonogh/8-0/Def. St. Frances 28-6/Vs. Loyola, Oct. 26

5. Meade/5-1/Def. Southern 51-36/Vs. Annapolis, Thursday

6. Dunbar/5-1/Def. City 28-26/At Poly, Thursday

7. St. Paul’s/5-0/Postponed/At Archbishop Curley, Monday

8. Milford Mill/5-1/Def. Catonsville 56-21/Vs. Dundalk at CCBC-Dundalk, Friday

9. Archbishop Curley/6-0/Postponed/Vs. St. Paul’s, Monday

10. Arundel/5-1/Def. Annapolis 26-14/At South River, Friday

11. Glenelg/5-1/Def. Oakland Mills 49-8/Vs. Marriotts Ridge, Saturday

12. Archbishop Spalding/6-1/Def. Mount St. Joseph 40-14/At Gilman, Friday

13. St. Frances/3-5/Lost to McDonogh 28-6/At Loyola, Saturday

14. Perry Hall/5-1/Def. Woodlawn 56-6/Vs. Parkville, Friday

15. Howard/4-2/Lost to Reservoir/Vs. Centennial, Friday