Week 2 has come and gone in the high school football season, and there are only four 2-0 teams left; those being North Point, Calvert, Patuxent and Westlake. With that, if you missed any action in week 2, have no fear. The BayNet has your full week 2 update here.

Leonardtown 20, La Plata 10
 Leonardtown improved to 1-1 on the season after losing to Lackey 18-6 in week 1. They jumped out to a 10 -0 lead at halftime, and never relinquished it as they put up another 10 in the second half.  La Plata drops to 0-2 with a 51-0 loss on opening day loss against Chopticon.

North Point 7, Lackey 0
  North Point’s defense continues to dominate the gridiron as they have given up only 6 points on defense so far this season. Lackey’s defense played well this game, but their special teams failed them as North Point scored on a 32 yard punt return by Devonte Young in the 4th quarter. North Point improves to 2-0, and plays Calvert next week in a battle of the unbeatens.

St. Charles 14, McDonough 8
  St. Charles won their first game in school history this week with a 14-8 victory. They beat McDonough, who dropped to 0-2 after a 12-7 loss to Great Mills in week 1. St. Charles looks for their first home win in school history this week against Lackey.

Westlake 47, Great Mills 19
  Westlake bounced back from a weak offensive showing against St. Charles in week 1 by blowing out Great Mills. Great Mills was coming off of an upset victory against McDonough in week 1 by a score, and Westlake squeaked by St Charles 12-7 in week 1.

Calvert 27, Huntingtown 0
  Calvert improved to 2-0 by beating their second straight county rival by dropping Huntingtown 27-0. Huntingtown’s offense is struggling to open the season as they have put up 6 points through 2 games.  Meanwhile, Calvert has scored more this week than they did opening day, when they beat Northern 20-10. Calvert takes on North Point this week with a 3- 0 record on the line.

Patuxent 28, Northern 14
  Northern jumped out to a quick 14-0 lead in the first quarter, but could do no more in the game as the Panthers’ offense and defense righted themselves. They managed to tie the game at 14 by halftime, and take the lead 28-14 in the third quarter. After that, they halted the Patriot’s offense, and ran down the clock to take the game 28-14. Patuxent improves to 2-0, and moves to play Great Mills.

In other news from Maryland High School Football, the defending 2A state champion Douglass Eagles drops to 0-2 following an 18-6 loss to Riverdale Baptist.