The DeMatha bench cheers for their team during the game during Friday night’s win at O’Connell. (Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post)

1. DeMatha (13-1) Last week: 1

The Stags strengthened their hold on first place in the WCAC with a 54-48 win against then-No. 4 O’Connell in which Markelle Fultz had 17 points and Nate Darling added 12.

2. Montrose Christian (11-2) LW: 2

The Mustangs notched their sixth straight win on Saturday with a 46-43 triumph against national power St. Benedict’s Prep in New Jersey.

3. St. John’s (13-3) LW: 3

Host B.J. Koubaroulis runs through the top plays from the week of basketball in the D.C., Maryland and Virginia area. (Nick Plum for Synthesis/Koubaroulis LLC/The Washington Post)

After their 11-game win streak was snapped in a loss to then-No. 13 McNamara, the Cadets bounced back with wins against Carroll and Wilson over the weekend.

4. Largo (8-2) LW: 7

Abdulai Bundu scored 25 points and Francis Hawkins added 22 to lead the Lions in a 92-53 rout of Central on Friday.

5. O’Connell (12-2) LW: 4

The Knights dropped their second straight game to a top-three opponent with a 54-48 home loss to No. 1 DeMatha on Friday.

6. Wakefield (10-1) LW: 8

Senior forward Dominique Tham scored his 1,000th career point and the Warriors held off Hayfield for a 66-58 win on Friday.

7. National Christian (13-3) LW: 9

Led by 23 points from Christian Matthews, the Eagles took over first place in the Capital Beltway league with a 72-60 win against then-No. 5 Captiol Christian.

8. Capitol Christian (21-4) LW: 5

The Warriors had their 13-game win streak ended in a 72-60 road loss to Capital Beltway rival National Christian on Saturday.

9. Maret (11-3) LW: 11

Luka Garza poured in 21 points and Austin Vereen added 19 to help the Frogs defeat Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference foe St. James, 66-48.

10. McNamara (12-4) LW: 13

The Mustangs defeated two ranked teams last week, downing No. 3 St. John’s and then-No. 10 Paul VI at home, followed by a victory against St. Mary’s Ryken on Sunday.

11. St. Andrew’s (14-0) LW: 12

The Saints continued their best start in school history by easily beating Avalon, 75-40, as Jacob White scored 13 points in victory.

12. Bullis (9-4) LW: 6

The Bulldogs lost in a narrow defeat at the hands of St. Albans on Friday, ending a five-game winning streak.

13. Gonzaga (7-6) LW: 14

After beating Good Counsel, Prentiss Hubb came on for the Eagles to score 18 points in a win against then-No. 10 Paul VI on Sunday.

14. Eleanor Roosevelt (7-2) LW: 16

The Raiders are the only Prince George’s 4A team without a conference loss this season after Friday night’s 77-47 victory against Parkdale.

15. Westlake (7-2) LW: 17

Omar Alston put up a season-high 30 points for the Wolverines in a 77-61 win at Chopticon on Friday.

16. Edison (11-1) LW: 18

The Eagles held on to beat Virginia Conference 13 foe Mount Vernon, 64-63, on Friday.

17. Bowie (7-2) LW: NR

Sophomore Quinton Drayton has scored at least 21 points in three of Bowie’s past four games, including a 74-45 win against Laurel on Friday.

18. Westfield (11-1) LW: NR

Blake Francis and Tyler Scanlon led the charge in victories against Washington-Lee and Oakton that ran the Bulldogs’ win streak to nine games.

19. C.H. Flowers (7-1) LW: NR

The Jaguars enter the rankings for the first time this season after their seventh straight win Friday — a 73-70 overtime thriller over previously ranked Northwestern.

20. Richard Montgomery (11-0) LW: NR

Nick Jackson scored 20 points and the Rockets held off Whitman in overtime on Friday to extend their undefeated start to the season.

Dropped out: No. 10 Paul VI (5-7), No. 15 W.T. Woodson (7-4), No. 19 Northwestern (7-2), No. 20 Potomac (Va.) (8-3).

On the bubble: Douglass (7-2), DuVal (9-1), Meade (10-1), McKinley Tech (11-2), Springbrook (8-1).