The win comes two days after the Falcons, now 8-0, came from behind to edge No. 12 Spalding, 10-9, to avenge their only two losses from last season. They opened the 2016 season with back-to-back losses against Severn and Spalding and then had 17 straight wins on their way to the state championship. Severn (9-2) had won the previous two meetings between the teams, including a 15-6 win last year, and four of the previous five. On Thursday, it was the Falcons' turn.