Annandale, which clinched at least a share of the Virginia AAA Potomac District crown with a 37-0 drubbing of Falls Church Friday night, raised its season record to 9-0 to remain the the No. 1 ranked team in The Washington Post's weekly area high school football rankings.
Carroll (8-0), heading for its Metro Conference championship showdown against fifth-ranked De Matha (8-0), eased past 15th ranked Good Counsel 20-14, last week to remain undefeated.
Third-ranked West Springfield, Virginia's Nortern District leader, blanked Hayfield, 21-0 and fourth-ranked Madison, the Great Falls leader, beat back Langley, 20-11, to raise their records to 9-0.
Sixth-ranked Mount Vernon (9-1-1) defeated Lee, 23-11, to set up this week's Gunston District title clash with 15th-ranked Fort Hunt (7-2).
Woodbridge, ranked seventh, tuned up for this week's Commonwealth District's little game against ninth ranked Gar-Field (7-1-1) by beating Spotsylvvnia, 21-6.
Gaithersburg (7-1) handed 12th-ranked Senneca Valley its second loss in three weeks but only its second loss in the last 34 games, 7-3.
Friendly (7-1), a 28-12 victor over Douglass, moved up to take over the 10th spot, just behind Gaithersburg.