1. Damascus (13-0) Last week: 1

Jake Funk owns Maryland’s single-season record for touchdowns (50) after finding the end zone five times in a 48-7 win over Reservoir. Next up: Thursday vs. Dundalk (12-1) in the Maryland 3A state final, 7 p.m. at M&T Bank Stadium.

2. South County (13-0) LW: 2

Kofi Bell’s 55-yard interception return for a touchdown sparked the Stallions in their 20-15 win against then-No. 20 Robinson. Next up: Saturday vs. No. 6 Westfield (12-1) in the Virginia 6A North region final, 2 p.m..

3. DeMatha (11-1) LW: 3

The nationally ranked Stags won their third straight and 23rd overall WCAC championship this fall. Next up: Season complete.

4. Wise (13-0) LW: 4

The Pumas dethroned two-time defending champ and then-No. 12 Northwest, 37-15, behind 203 rushing yards by C.J. Rainey and two touchdown catches by Myles Wolfolk. Next up: Friday vs. No. 7 Howard (13-0) in the Maryland 4A state final, 7:30 p.m. at M&T Bank Stadium.

5. Tuscarora (13-0) LW: 6

After being shut out in the first quarter, Tuscarora’s offense ripped off nine-straight touchdown drives in a 63-49 win over North Stafford. Next up: Friday vs. No. 14 Stone Bridge (9-4), 7 p.m. in the Virginia 5A North region final.

6. Westfield (12-1) LW: 7

Quarterback Tyler Scanlon moved to receiver and caught three touchdown passes as the Bulldogs blew past then-No. 5 Lake Braddock, 31-7. Next up: Saturday at No. 2 South County (13-0) in the Virginia 6A North region final, 2 p.m..

7. Howard (13-0) LW: 8

Malik Anderson rushed for 197 yards and two touchdowns, and Casey Crawford threw for 246 yards and two more scores in the Lions’ 35-24 win over Broadneck. Next up: Friday vs. No. 4 Wise (13-0) in the Maryland 4A final, 7:30 p.m. at M&T Bank Stadium.

8. Gonzaga (10-2) LW: 10

Tyree Randolph racked up 187 rushing yards and three touchdowns during the Eagles’ 52-31 win against Friendship Collegiate. Next up: Saturday vs. H.D. Woodson (8-4) in the DCSAA Class AA championship, TBD at Howard University.

9. Old Mill (11-1) LW: 11

The Patriots followed a Pete Boone-led rushing attack and staunch defense through a perfect regular season before losing to Broadneck in the Maryland 4A East region final. Next up: Season complete.

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

10. Lake Braddock (11-2) LW: 5

For the third straight season, the Bruins had their playoff run halted by No. 5 Westfield, 31-7, in the Virginia 6A North region semifinals. Next up: Season complete.

11. Quince Orchard (10-2) LW: 13

Marvin Beander finished with 1,200 rushing yards and will be leaned upon as a senior next season. Next up: Season complete.

12. Broadneck (10-3) LW: 9

The Bruins’ playoff run came to an end after a second-half comeback at then-No. 8 Howard fell short in a 35-24 loss on in the Maryland 4A state semifinals. Next up: Season complete.

13. Sherwood (10-2) LW: 15

Senior wide receiver Marcus Simms had 17 touchdown receptions to lead the Warriors back into the playoffs. Next up: Season complete.

14. Stone Bridge (9-4) LW: NR

Quarterback Joe Thompson scored three touchdowns and the decisive two-point conversion as the Bulldogs rallied from a 20-point second-half deficit to beat Massaponax, 50-49. Next up: Friday at No. 5 Tuscarora (13-0) in the Virginia 5A North region final, 7 p.m..


Quarterback Joe Thompson helped lead a spirited second-half rally as Stone Bridge stormed back to beat Massaponax. (John McDonnell/The Washington Post)

15. Good Counsel (7-5) LW: 15

Led by Under Armour All-American linebacker Keandre Jones, the Falcons made their sixth WCAC final appearance in the last seven seasons this fall. Next up: Season complete.

16. Patuxent (11-2) LW: NR

Junior defensive end Vonnie Watkins tallied 10 tackles (three for a loss), a sack and a pass deflection in a 17-8 win over Dunbar (Balt.) in a Maryland 2A semifinal. Next up: Saturday vs. Walkersville in the Maryland 2A state final, 7 p.m. at M&T Bank Stadium.

17. Northwest (9-4) LW: 12

A 37-15 loss to No. 4 Wise in the Maryland 4A semifinals ended quarterback Mark Pierce and the Jaguars’ bid for a third straight state title. Next up: Season complete.

18. St. John’s (7-4) LW: 18

Freshman running back Joachim Bangda emerged as a solid, capable rusher for the Cadets late in the season, accumulating 497 yards and five touchdowns. Next up: Season complete.

19. Seneca Valley (10-2) LW: 19

Juniors Darius Golston and Adrian Platt emerged as a thunder-lightning backfield duo that thrived among Montgomery County competition. Next up: Season complete.

20. Champe (11-1) LW: 14

The Knights offense was suffocated by hard-hitting Salem in a 34-7 loss in the Virginia 4A West region semifinals. Next up: Season complete.

Dropped out: No. 17 Wilson (11-2), No. 20 Robinson (9-4)

On the bubble: H.D. Woodson (8-4), Potomac (Md.) (10-3), Robinson (9-4)