River Hill tumbled eight spots in this week's Maryland High School Football Media State Poll after falling to Hammond on Friday, 47-38. The loss ended a 30-game winning streak and the Hawks’ Top 10 run in the state poll.

DeMatha held onto the top spot with every first-place vote after defeating Gonzaga, 31-21. Gilman remains No. 2 after its 29-21 win over Archbishop Spalding.

Seven undefeated teams are in the Top 10, including No. 5 McDonogh and No. 6 Old Mill, with 11 unbeaten teams in the Top 25.

No one dropped out of the poll this week. No. 14 Meade and No.15 Arundel each moved up a spot, while No. 17 Dunbar and No. 19 St. Paul’s retained their positions. No. 24 Glenelg dropped a spot and Archbishop Curley fell from No. 21 to No. 25.

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South Carroll, North Carroll and Spalding received votes, but not enough to crack the Top 25.

The Top 10

1. DeMatha (8-1)

2. Gilman (5-2)

3. Eastern Christian (7-1)

4. Quince Orchard (7-0)

5. McDonogh (8-0)

6. Old Mill (7-0)

7. Middletown (7-0)

8. Linganore (7-0)

9. Suitland (7-0)

10. Gwynn Park (7-0)

To see the entire poll, click here.