Outlook: When North Point defeated Old Mill, 42-0, in the season opener, the rest of Anne Arundel County’s 4A teams knew the Eagles could be trouble come playoff time. Until last week’s win over Arundel, the Eagles, from Waldorf, had won just one playoff game in their history, going 1-7 against Anne Arundel teams. The past three years, Anne Arundel teams have knocked them out in the first round, including Broadneck two years ago when the Bruins went on to the state semifinals. The Bruins made it to the regional final last season before falling to Annapolis. The Bruins have been to the state semifinals seven times and advanced to the title game in 2003. This fall, both teams win by an average of about 29 points per game. In last week’s regional semifinal, the Anne Arundel County champions rolled over Meade, 35-6, on two rushing touchdowns from Tyrice Watson and two passing touchdowns from Shane Davis. They also forced five turnovers. The Eagles, champions in the Southern Maryland Athletic Conference, had a tougher time with Arundel, needing 10 unanswered points in the final 6:40 to win 20-19. Jemichael Jones’ 79-yard touchdown pass to Malik Lawrence was the game-winner.