Football rankings October 7, 2018
PostRank School Record
1 St. John's 7-0
2 Good Counsel 5-2
3 Damascus 8-0
4 Westfield 7-0
5 Gonzaga 6-2
6 Wise 5-1
7 DeMatha 5-1
8 Woodbridge 6-1
9 Stone Bridge 6-0
10 Flint Hill 6-0
11 Friendship Collegiate 4-2
12 Quince Orchard 6-1
13 Bullis 4-2
14 Broad Run 6-0
15 Centreville 7-0
16 Northwest 8-1
17 Landon 6-0
18 C.H. Flowers 7-0
19 Freedom-Woodbridge 6-1
20 St. Mary's Ryken 7-1
Football in the news

High school football notebook: Westfield versus Centreville could be one of Northern Virginia's best games

Landon and Bell have proven they're top contenders in their respective leagues.
Washington Post Staff ·
October 15, 2018

Freedom-Woodbridge proves who’s the juggernaut in 30-7 win over Woodbridge

No. 19 Freedom secured pole position in the Cardinal District.
Michael Errigo ·
October 13, 2018

Woodson wins for teammate who was recently shot after practice

The Warriors shut out Woodrow Wilson, 19-0, to move to the top of DCIAA Stars.
Madeline Rundlett ·
October 14, 2018

No. 1 St John's beats No. 2 Good Counsel, 31-10

Images from the Cadets' win over the Falcons.
October 13, 2018

No. 1 St. John’s overwhelms No. 2 Good Counsel in national showcase

The Cadets have won 14 straight games and are one of the top teams in the country. 
Samantha Pell ·
October 13, 2018

WCAC set for a big Friday under the lights, as St. John's faces Good Counsel

The top two teams in the Washington Post football rankings square off at Catholic University, in front of a national TV audience on ESPN2.
David J. Kim ·
October 11, 2018

Football Top 20: Good Counsel’s WCAC win sets up matchup of top two teams

The Falcons moved up from No. 5 to No. 2 in this week’s rankings.
October 13, 2018

High school football notebook: Thomas Stone is honoring a former teammate lost

Loudoun County, St. Mary's Ryken and C.H. Flowers look like playoff teams with four weeks left in the regular season.
Washington Post Staff ·
October 8, 2018

Photos: No. 5 Good Counsel defeats No. 2 Gonzaga, 38-31

Images from the Falcons' win over the Eagles.
October 6, 2018

No. 5 Good Counsel knocks off No. 2 Gonzaga thanks to an unlikely contributor

Reserve defensive back Justin Jackson has two interceptions in the Falcons’ 38-31 win.
David J. Kim ·
October 6, 2018