Severna Park failed to win for the first time this season in a tie with Anne Arundel County rival Broadneck on Thursday, but the Falcons hang on to the top spot. No. 2 Mount Hebron lost twice last week to drop to the bubble.
Wilson joins the rankings at No. 10 after an impressive start against a diverse schedule. So far, the Tigers have beaten Wootton, Gonzaga, St. John’s and Washington International.
South River has been on the bubble for a month now but could crack the top 10 with a win over Meade on Tuesday. Out of Howard County, Oakland Mills joins the bubble with a win over Mount Hebron and a tie with River Hill on its resume.
1. Severna Park (9-0-1) LR: 1
The Falcons surrendered a late equalizer to Broadneck’s Tyler Madairy in a 1-1 tie on Thursday.
2. Leonardtown (8-1) LR: 3
3. Whitman (7-1-1) LR: 4
4. Meade (9-1) LR: 5
Five different Mustangs scored a goal in wins over Northeast and Southern.
5. River Hill (8-0-2) LR: 6
The Hawks beat Glenelg 3-2 on Tuesday before beating Centennial 3-1 on Thursday.
6. The Heights (12-1) LR: 7
7. Landon (9-1-2) LR: 8
The Bears posted their seventh and eighth shutouts of the season in wins over St. Stephen’s St. Agnes and Episcopal.
8. Churchill (8-2) LR: 9
The Bulldogs beat Bethesda-Chevy Chase 2-1 on Thursday before falling behind 2-0 at halftime of a 2-1 loss to Whitman on Saturday.
9. Damascus (9-1) LR: 10
After a 3-2 win over Rockville on Tuesday, senior Justin Dixon scored twice in a 4-2 win over Seneca Valley.
10. Wilson (7-0-1) LR: NR
The Tigers have beaten competition from Montgomery County and the WCAC on top of an undefeated start in DCIAA play.
Dropped out: No. 2 Mount Hebron (6-2-1),
All records through Monday