1. DeMatha (5-0) Last week: 1

Freshman Marshawn Lloyd rushed for 230 yards and four touchdowns on just 11 carries in the Stags’ 56-12 win over St. Mary’s Ryken to open WCAC play.

Next: Friday vs. No. 2 St. John’s (4-1), 7

2. St. John’s (4-1) LW: 7

Sophomore Keilan Robinson finished with 140 rushing yards and three touchdowns in the Cadets’ convincing 39-22 win over then-No. 5 Good Counsel Saturday.

Next: Friday at No. 1 DeMatha (5-0), 7

3. Wise (4-0) LW: 2

Linebacker Calvin Hickerson finished with a team-high 10 tackles, one sack and one forced fumble as the Pumas shut out Northwestern, 40-0.

Next: Friday vs. C.H. Flowers (2-2), 7

4. Damascus (4-0) LW: 4

Markus Vinson had three rushing touchdowns on just five carries as the Swarmin’ Hornets marched to a 49-0 win against Poolesville.

Next: Saturday at Wheaton (2-2), 2

5. Lake Braddock (4-0) LW: 6

The Bruins keep leaning on tailback Lamont Atkins, who rushed for 194 yards and three touchdowns in a 24-21 overtime win against West Potomac Friday.

Next: Friday at Centreville (3-1), 7

6. Good Counsel (3-1) LW: 5

Senior Mohamed Ibrahim had 162 rushing yards and two touchdowns Saturday, but it wasn’t enough to overcome then-No. 7 St. John’s.

Next: Friday at Bishop Sullivan (3-2), 7

Host B.J. Koubaroulis reveals the top plays from the week of football in the DMV area. (Video by Nick Plum for Synthesis/Koubaroulis LLC./The Washington Post)

7. Gonzaga (4-1) LW: 8

Senior Tyree Randolph scored four touchdowns while playing through a hand injury to lead the Eagles past McNamara, 31-23, in their WCAC opener.

Next: Saturday vs. St. Mary’s Ryken (0-5), 2

8. Patuxent (4-0) LW: 9

Reese Crounse completed 15 of his 17 pass attempts for 301 yards and four touchdowns as the Panthers beat La Plata, 55-7.

Next: Friday vs. Lackey (3-1), 7

9. Quince Orchard (3-1) LW: 10

The Cougars shut down Clarksburg in a 21-7 victory and have surrendered only 26 points since dropping their season opener to Damascus.

Next: Friday at Gaithersburg (2-2), 6:30

10. Episcopal (2-0) LW: 12

Tailback Perris Jones had three touchdowns in the Maroon’s 44-14 win over his former team, Bishop Ireton, on Friday.

Next: Friday at Collegiate (Va.) (2-0), 4

11. Sherwood (4-0) LW: 13

Travis Levy continued his dominant fall, rushing for four touchdowns and 178 yards in the Warriors’ 43-7 win over Springbrook.

Next: Friday at Northwest (3-1), 7

12. Old Mill (4-0) LW: 14

Senior Sirus Gay had a season-high 217 rushing yards and four touchdowns and the Patriots’ defense added six sacks in a 42-21 win over Arundel.

Next: Friday vs. Chesapeake (1-3), 6:30 p.m.

13. Madison (4-0) LW: 18

The Warhawks are off to a hot start behind a balanced offense led by quarterback Jacob Choutka’s 947 passing yards and eight touchdowns.

Next: Friday vs. Yorktown (2-2), 7

14. Stone Bridge (3-1) LW: NR

Bradley Block and Joshua Breece spearheaded a rushing attack that racked up 461 rushing yards in a 34-16 win over then-No. 3 Westfield.

Next: Friday vs. West Springfield (1-3), 7

15. Westfield (3-1) LW: 3

The defending Virginia 6A champions couldn’t solve Stone Bridge’s offense and dropped their first game since Sep. 11, 2015 on Friday night in Ashburn.

Next: Friday vs. Oakton (2-2), 7

16. South County (3-1) LW: 11

Quarterback Jack McDaniels connected with Dillon Spalding for 171 of his 369 passing yards and two of his five touchdowns in a 51-25 win over West Springfield.

Next: Saturday at T.C. Williams (2-2), 3

17. Howard (4-0) LW: 15

Sophomore Devin Dawkins rushed for three touchdowns, including a 78-yard run, in the Lions’ 47-0 win over Mount Hebron.

Next: Friday vs. Oakland Mills (2-2), 7

18. Friendship Collegiate (4-0) LW: 17

The Knights are off to their best start since 2012 thanks to a menacing defense led by defensive lineman Vaughn Taylor and cornerback Christian Braswell.

Next: Saturday vs. The Hun School (N.J.) (2-0), 7

19. Calvert (4-0) LW: 20

Senior Shamar Gray led the Cavaliers in rushing yards on offense and tackles on defense in the Cavaliers’ 14-7 win over McDonough.

Next: Friday at Leonardtown (0-4), 6

20. South Lakes (4-0) LW: NR

Eight different players scored touchdowns and the Seahawks opened up a 61-0 halftime lead during a 75-8 rout of McLean Friday night.

Next: Friday vs. Washington-Lee (1-3), 7

Dropped out: No. 16 Battlefield (3-2) — lost to North Stafford 27-24; No. 19 Centreville (3-1) — lost to Tuscarora 21-14

On the bubble: Annapolis (4-0), Blair (4-0), Gwynn Park (4-0), Spalding (3-1), Woodgrove (5-0)

Records through Monday.