High school sports polls for Oct. 28, 2014

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A couple upsets shuffled the football poll. Which team survived and took over at No. 1?

Football

No. School     Record     Prev.
1. Gilman     7-2     3
2. Broadneck     8-0     6
3. St. Frances     4-4     7
4. McDonogh     5-3     1
5. Franklin     7-1     5
6. Mount Saint Joseph     7-2     4
7. Arundel     7-1     2
8. Old Mill     6-2     8
9. Howard     8-0     9
10. Calvert Hall     5-3     10
11. Archbishop Curley     8-0     11
12. Meade     7-1     13
13. Oakland Mills     7-1     —
14. South Carroll     6-2     —
15. River Hill     7-1     12
Other teams considered: Aberdeen (7-1), Bel Air (7-1), Mervo (7-0), Milford Mill (7-1)

Boys soccer

No. School     Record     Prev.
1. McDonogh     16-0     1
2. Loyola Blakefield     13-4-1     2
3. River Hill     13-0-1     3
4. Archbishop Curley     10-9     5
5. Broadneck     11-2-2     6
6. Severna Park     11-1-3     7
7. St. Paul's     10-4-2     4
8. Mount Hebron     10-1-2     8
9. Dulaney     12-1-1     9
10. Reservoir     11-2     10
11. Calvert Hall     7-6-3     11
12. C. Milton Wright     11-2-2     12
13. Bel Air     10-2-1     13
14. Perry Hall     9-3-1     14
15. Severn     15-1     15
Other teams considered: Archbishop Spalding (9-10-1), Catonsville (11-3), Chesapeake-AA (10-4-1), Patterson Mill (9-5), Pikesville (11-1), South Carroll (8-4-1), Towson (8-3-1)

Girls soccer

No. School     Record     Prev.
1. McDonogh     13-0     1
2. River Hill     12-2     2
3. Bel Air     13-1     4
4. South River     12-3     7
5. Century     11-2-1     5
6. Archbishop Spalding     10-3-3     3
7. Sparrows Point     12-1     8
8. Arundel     11-3-1     6
9. Broadneck     11-3     9
10. Notre Dame Prep     11-2-1     10
11. C. Milton Wright     12-2-1     11
12. Catonsville     9-2-3     12
13. Manchester Valley     12-1-1     13
14. Liberty     10-3     14
15. Atholton     9-3-2     15
Other teams considered: St. Mary's (13-0), Severn (13-6), Severna Park (7-4-4)

Field hockey

No. School     Record     Prev.
1. McDonogh     10-0-2     1
2. Garrison Forest     15-1-1     3
3. Archbishop Spalding     13-2     2
4. Severna Park     12-2     4
5. Atholton     12-1     6
6. Century     12-2-1     7
7. Glenelg     12-2-1     8
8. Arundel     12-3     9
9. South River     11-4     5
10. Hereford     13-1-1     10
11. Westminster     12-1-2     11
12. Marriotts Ridge     13-2     12
13. Dulaney     13-3     13
14. North Carroll     11-2     15
15. Broadneck     7-8     —
Other teams considered: Bryn Mawr (6-5-3), Catonsville (10-4), Maryvale (12-4-1), Mount de Sales (11-8), Mount Hebron (10-5)

Volleyball

No. School     Record     Prev.
1. Dulaney     14-0     1
2. Severna Park     14-0     2
3. South River     12-1     4
4. Broadneck     11-3     5
5. Glenelg     11-2     3
6. Notre Dame Prep     11-0     6
7. Arundel     11-3     9
8. Wilde Lake     10-4     7
9. Bel Air     13-2     8
10. Liberty     10-2     11
11. Howard     11-2     14
12. St. Paul's     8-5     10
13. Franklin     13-1     13
14. Francis Scott Key     10-4     12
15. Roland Park     12-1     15
Other teams considered: Centennial (9-5), Fallston (9-3), Marriotts Ridge (9-5), Mount Hebron (9-5), Poly (11-0), Reservoir (9-5), Towson (13-0)

Boys cross country

No. School     Prev.
1. Severna Park     1
2. Dulaney     2
3. River Hill     3
4. McDonogh     4
5. Loyola Blakefield     5
6. Liberty     7
7. Atholton     6
8. Broadneck     —
9. South River     —
10. Hereford     10
Other teams considered: Calvert Hall, Edgewood, Howard, Towson, Westminster

Girls cross country

No. School     Prev.
1. McDonogh     1
2. Dulaney     2
3. River Hill     4
4. Mount de Sales     5
5. Howard     9
6. Towson     6
7. Centennial     3
8. South River     —
9. Liberty     10
10. Severna Park     8
Other teams considered: Broadneck, Bryn Mawr, C. Milton Wright, Digital Harbor, Hereford, North Harford

How the polls are conducted: The Baltimore Sun polls are compiled weekly by the sports staff after observing events and consulting with coaches.

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