1. City (record: 2-0, points: 114) -- Last week: The Knights won their area-best 22nd consecutive game by defeating Carver, 26-6, on Friday. Senior quarterback Teron Matthews completed six of 11 passes for 124 yards and four touchdowns to lead City. Next game: Friday at Northern.
2. Poly (2-0, 106) -- Last week: The Engineers rolled to a 54-6 rout of Southwestern on Friday. Senior Greg Kyler scored two touchdowns in the first quarter to help Poly take a 41-0 halftime lead. Next game: Friday at No. 15 Dunbar.
3. McDonogh (1-0, 93) -- Last week: Dwayne Stukes rushed for two touchdowns, caught a touchdown pass and also scored on a punt return in the Eagles' 53-0 rout of Milford Mill on Saturday. McDonogh quarterback Bobby Sabelhaus completed five of 12 passes for 182 yards and two touchdowns. Next game: Friday at St. Paul's.
4. Gilman (0-0, 82) -- Last week: Idle. Next game: Saturday vs. Archbishop Spalding.
5. C. Milton Wright (2-0, 81) -- Last week: Senior Jason Tharpe rushed for 97 yards as the Mustangs defeated Aberdeen, 28-6, on Friday. Next game: Friday at North Harford.
6. Overlea (2-0, 74) -- Last week: Kenyon Crawford ran for two touchdowns -- his fourth and fifth of the season -- to lead the Falcons to a 26-6 victory over rival Towson on Friday. Next game: Saturday at Lansdowne.
7. Calvert Hall (2-0, 62) -- Last week: Senior running back Kevin Tyler rushed for 205 yards on 18 carries and scored all three touchdowns in the Cardinals' 21-7 victory over Old Mill on Saturday. Tyler caught one pass -- a 14-yard touchdown reception. Next game: Sept. 24 at Broadneck.
8. North County (2-0, 52) -- Last week: Justin Rice completed 10 of 15 passes for 150 yards and two touchdowns as the Knights shut out Crossland, 22-0, on Friday. Next game: Friday at Chesapeake-AA.
9. Severna Park (2-0, 48) -- Last week: The Falcons rallied from a 13-point first-quarter deficit to defeat Thomas Stone, 20-13, on Friday. Matt Almes' 2-yard touchdown run and the extra point in the third quarter gave Severna Park a 14-13 lead. Next game: Friday vs. Springbrook.
10. Annapolis (1-1, 42) -- Last week: Senior running back Ken Boyd rushed for 168 yards and three touchdowns as the Panthers routed Westminster, 34-6, on Friday. Annapolis accumulated 387 yards of total offense. Next game: Friday vs. Mount St. Joseph.
11. Wilde Lake (1-1, 38) -- Last week: The Wildecats rebounded from a season-opening loss to South Carroll by defeating Riverdale Baptist, 28-20, on Saturday. Senior quarterback Seth Willingham completed 10 of 16 passes for 161 yards and three touchdowns. Next game: Friday at Southern-AA.
12. Loyola (0-1, 36) -- Last week: Scott Brown scored the only Loyola touchdown on a 24-yard run in the first quarter, as the Dons lost to St. John's (D.C.), 27-6, on Saturday. Next game: Saturday vs. Gonzaga (D.C.).
13. Patterson (2-0, 34) -- Last week: The Clippers held on tdefeat upset-minded Walbrook, 15-14, on Friday. Time expired with Walbrook driving at the Patterson 37-yard line. Next game: Friday at Mervo.
14. Perry Hall (1-1, 20) -- Last week: The Gators rebounded frotheir season-opening loss to Calvert Hall to shut out Parkville, 24-0, on Saturday. Senior halfback Mark Franklin rushed for 110 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries to lead Perry Hall. Next game: Saturday vs. Kenwood.
15. Dunbar (2-0, 15) -- Last week: Rodney Elliott completed nine of 14 passes for 187 yards and a touchdown in the Poets' 20-0 victory over Wicomico on Friday. Next game: Friday vs. No. 2 Poly.
Other teams receiving votes, with record and points in parentheses: Southern-AA (2-0, 13), Woodlawn (2-0, 12), Forest Park (2-0, 9), St. Mary's (2-0, 6), Chesapeake-BC (2-0, 5), Howard (2-0, 5), South Carroll (2-0, 5), Glenelg (2-0, 4), Randallstown (1-1, 3), Fallston (2-0, 1).
How the poll is conducted: The members of The Baltimore Sun's board of coaches and writer for the 1993 season are: Obie Barnes (Forest Park); Andy Borland (Severna Park); John Buchheister (Randallstown); Doug DuVall (Wilde Lake); Ken Johnson (Liberty); Steve Harward (C. M. Wright); Mitch Tullai (St. Paul's); Lem Satterfield, The Baltimore Sun