Maryland: Einstein played the role of the giant killer for a second straight week, surprising Magruder, 23-7. Joey Emberson threw for a touchdown and scored another as Einstein broke the defending Class A champion Colonels' 13-game winning streak. Bobby Green rushed for 166 yards and scored three times in Friendly's 24-0 victory over Parkdale. District: Cardozo handed Anacostia its third consecutive defeat, 12-0, and Eastern scored midway in the final period to defeat Theodore Roosevelt, 18-12. St. John's, which won only three games in the past two years, earned its second win this year, edging Mount St. Joseph's of Baltimore, 8-7. Virginia: Courtland limited Potomac to 63 yards rushing and came away with a 14-0 Commonwealth District triumph for its 25th win in its last 26 games. Top-ranked T.C. Williams got two touchdowns from Lydell Scott and kept West Potomac's Reggie Ware under control in a 21-7 triumph. Brent Torgeson threw three touchdown passes as Robinson shocked Mount Vernon, 24-0.


Maryland: Richard Montgomery managed only 90 total yards and was shut out by Churchill, 23-0. High Point didn't allow a touchdown but still fell to 0-2, losing to Bowie, 5-0. Paint Branch also played good defense but dropped its second straight game as it was shut out by Wheaton, 3-0. Bladensburg was shut out, 14-0, in a game between Prince George's teams that dropped from Class AA to A. District: Archbishop Carroll's offense couldn't get untracked and the Lions were beaten by Cathedral (Pa.), 20-6. Ballou was burned for a 93-yard kickoff return by Carlos Smith and had four turnovers as it lost at Good Counsel, 20-6. Dunbar was shut out for a second straight week, this time at Gonzaga, 21-0. Sidwell Friends was intercepted with a minute remaining and dropped its opener to Wilson, 13-7. Virginia: Lake Braddock allowed three touchdowns, including one of 91 yards, by Jefferson transfer Ray Crittendon and was defeated by Annandale, 31-14. After scoring five touchdowns in its opener, W.T. Woodson couldn't solve South Lakes' defense and was shut out, 6-0.