8. (8) River Hill (3-4, 3-6)

Since winning two in a row, the Hawks have dropped four straight games including two against Atholton and Mt. Hebron, respectively. They made each contest close late, as they narrowed the game against the Raiders, 12-7 and then scored eight goals against a very good Vikings defense in the 16-8 loss. The Hawks schedule doesn’t get any easier, with their next couple matchups coming against Howard and Glenelg, but if the Hawks can play up to their potential they can give the Lions and Gladiators a fight. Up next: Wednesday at Howard

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