Last Thursday's game between Friendly and DuVal, postponed after a DuVal player was killed in a car accident last Wednesday, will not be made up. . . . Good Counsel's 31-21 victory over DeMatha was the most points allowed by the Stags in 115 games. . . .
Suitland and C.H. Flowers have clinched playoff berths in the Maryland 4A South Region, as has Poolesville in the Maryland 1A South Region. . . .
After starting the season 4-0 and breaking into The Post's Top 20, Whitman has lost two of its last three games. And the Vikings' schedule does not get easier.
They face neighborhood rival Bethesda-Chevy Chase on Friday, then play surging Richard Montgomery (4-3), which has won three straight games, and finish with another rival, Churchill (6-1). . . .
H.D. Woodson quarterback Edward McGee has completed 63 percent of his passes (29 of 46 for 540 yards and three touchdowns as the Warriors (3-3, 2-0 DCIAA) have won three consecutive games. . . .
Potomac (Md.) shut out an opponent for the fifth time -- Lansdowne, 38-0, last weekend.
The Wolverines have allowed only one offensive touchdown this season -- a six-yard run by Douglass in a 21-6 victory on Oct. 8. . . .
Westlake scored 34 second-quarter points last Friday in its 47-7 victory over Thomas Stone. Four different Wolverines scored touchdowns that quarter.