Just that and nothing more.
West Orange 45, Apopka 31: Again there's no mention of Brandon Wilson, but you're nuts if you think we're not going to keep up with the exploits of one Eddie McDoom**, just 'cause. McDoom blew the game open with a KO return for a touchdown to open the second half. West Orange is 6-0.
Hun School 42, Germantown Academy 21: Chris Sharp had a big day carrying the ball with 122 yards and four touchdowns on 14 attempts. Hun is 2-1.
Kettle Run 27, Handley 13: David Eldrige had a renaissance-man game, picking off two passes, returning a punt to the end zone, and catching three balls for 27 yards, including one 21-yarder. Kettle Run is 3-2.
Altavista 38, Gretna 0: Juan Thornhill ran for two touchdowns, passed for one, and caught one. Altavista is 5-0.
Charlotte 46, Riverdale 21 (Grant Polk) - Charlotte is 3-1.
Buford 54, Chestatee 7 (David Curry) - Buford is 6-0.
Manasquan 14, Ocean Township 7 (Tanner Cowley) - Manasquan is 3-1.
Lakota West 49, Hamilton 21 (C.J. Stalker) - Lakota West is 3-3.
Plymouth-Whitemarsh 33, Upper Moreland 20 (Ryan Bischoff) - P-W is 4-2.
St. Joseph's Prep 49, Malvern Prep 28 (Olamide Zacchaeus) - St. Joseph's is 2-3.
Martin Luther King 50, Phila. Northeast 49 (Gladimir Paul) - Northeast is 0-5.
Cathedral Prep 35, Central Tech 8 (James Trucilla) - Prep is 6-0.
Greater Johnstown 15, Richland 7 (Kareem Gibson) - Johnstown is 4-0.
Colleton County 38, South Aiken 7 (Rasool Clemons) - South Aiken is 2-4.
Ballou 16, Woodrow Wilson 10 (Kareem McDonald) - Wilson is 2-4.
Good Counsel 21, DeMatha 14 (Myles Robinson) - OLGC is 5-1.
Liberty 28, Sherando 14 (R.J. Proctor) - Liberty is 4-1.
Hermitage 38, Patrick Henry 0 (Eli Hanback) - Patrick Henry is 1-4.
Great Bridge 28, Hickory 7 (Richard Burney) - Hickory is 1-4.
Ocean Lakes 56, Kempsville 0 (Jahvoni Simmons) - Ocean Lakes is 5-0.
**McDoom, by the way, is a junior wide receiver, already rated a high three-star by Rivals, with a pair of ACC offers (BC and Clemson) to his name, not to mention a towering high-top. He's a legit prospect who'll definitely be heard from in the future. Which is good; obscurity would be an unfair fate for a name like that.