McDonogh’s loss to DeMatha Friday night cost the Eagles three spots in this week's Maryland High School Football Media State Poll, but they remain the highest ranked team from the Baltimore area.
The Eagles (3-1) dropped to No. 5 behind No. 1 DeMatha, No. 2 Good Counsel, No. 3 Damascus and No. 4 Wise after falling to the nationally ranked Stags, 49-28.
Three other MIAA A Conference teams are ranked in the top 10, as Archbishop Spalding (2-1) moved up one spot to No. 6, Mount Saint Joseph (2-1) moved up one to No. 8 and St. Frances (3-1) jumped four spots to No. 9. All three won easily last week.
Calvert Hall (3-1) dropped from No. 10 to No. 13 after...