How the Top 15 football teams fared in Week Four

How the Top 15 football teams fared in Week Four
McDonogh's BJ Farrare pauses on the field after the loss to Mt. St. Joe's in Baltimore, Md, Saturday, September 26, 2015. (Bryan Woolston / Baltimore Sun)

For the second straight week an upset struck the top five of The Baltimore Sun's Top 15 high school football poll as No. 2 McDonogh fell in double overtime to No. 7 Mount Saint Joseph. A couple of other teams took unexpected losses and the number of undefeated teams has dwindled to five after four weeks of public school action (five for some of the private schools).

Here's a look at how the Top 15 fared this weekend. Check the paper and online Tuesday for the new poll:


Ranking/Teams/Record/This week's result/Next opponent

1. Gilman/4-1/Def. Loyola 49-10/Vs. Mount St. Joseph, Friday

2. McDonogh/2-2/Lost to Mount St. Joseph 36-33 2OT/Vs. LaSalle, Pa., Friday

3. Old Mill/4-0/Def. Arundel 29-13/At Chesapeake-AA, Friday

4 Franklin/3-1/Def. Catonsville 42-14/Vs. Kenwood, Friday

5. Howard/4-0/Def. Mount Hebron 35-0/At Oakland Mills, Friday

6. Arundel/3-1/Lost to Old Mill 29-13/Vs. Annapolis, Friday

7. Mount Saint Joseph/4-1/Def. McDonogh 36-33 2OT/At Gilman, Friday

8. Archbishop Spalding/4-1/Def. St. Frances 28-14/Vs. Loyola, Friday

9. Eastern Tech/4-0/Def. Loch Raven 58-6/At Randallstown, Saturday

10. John Carroll/5-0/Def. St. Paul's 43-0/At Severn, Friday

11. South River/2-2/Lost to Annapolis 20-12/At Glen Burnie, Friday

12. Broadneck/3-1/Def. North County 31-13/At Meade, Friday

13. Mervo/4-0/Def. Digital Harbor 18-8/Vs. Northwestern, Friday


14. South Carroll/3-1/Def. Liberty 28-0/At Manchester Valley, Friday

15. Douglass/2-1/Lost to Edmondson 14-8/At Bel Air, Friday