High school sports polls for Dec. 27. 2017

High school sports polls for Dec. 27. 2017
Mount Saint Joseph's Connor Strong, top, tries to force McDonogh's Sean Scott onto his back in the 113 pound weight class final during the MIAA wrestling tournament at Mount Saint Joseph on Feb. 11. (Brian Krista / Baltimore Sun Media Group)

Boys basketball

No. School

Record

Prev.

1. Poly

4-0

1

2. St. Frances

13-1

2

3. John Carroll

9-2

4

4. Mount Saint Joseph

9-3

5

5. Perry Hall

1-2

3

6. Dunbar

5-0

6

7. Milford Mill

4-0

14

8. Patterson

2-1

8

9. Dulaney

4-0

10

10. Woodlawn

4-1

9

11. Lake Clifton

4-1

11

12. St. Paul’s

4-5

12

13. St. Vincent Pallotti

10-3

15

14. River Hill

6-0

15. Severn

8-2

Other teams considered: Annapolis (4-0), Boys’ Latin (7-2), Dundalk (4-0), Joppatowne (3-1), McDonogh (5-3), Mervo (1-1), Old Mill (2-2)

 

Girls basketball

No. School

Record

Prev.

1. St. Frances

5-2

1

2. McDonogh

7-1

2

3. Roland Park

10-1

3

4. Howard

6-0

4

5. Catonsville

3-1

5

6. Western

4-0

6

7. Old Mill

2-2

7

8. Inst. of Notre Dame

5-2

8

9. John Carroll

4-1

9

10. Long Reach

4-0

10

11. South River

6-0

11

12. St. Vincent Pallotti

5-3

12

13. Mount de Sales

7-3

13

14. Manchester Valley

6-0

14

15. Poly

2-0

15

Other teams considered: Chesapeake-AA (4-2), Chesapeake-BC (2-1), City (3-1), Coppin Academy (6-2), New Town (3-1), Pikesville (1-0)

 

Wrestling

No. School

Record

Prev.

1. Mount Saint Joseph

6-1

1

2. McDonogh

1-0

2

3. St. Paul’s

8-0

3

4. Archbishop Spalding

2-2

4

5. Glenelg

8-0

5

6. Loyola Blakefield

7-3

6

7. South River

8-2

7

8. Sparrows Point

10-1

8

9. Dunbar

5-0

9

10. Bel Air

10-0

10

11. Winters Mill

10-0

12

12. Old Mill

11-0

14

13. Mount Hebron

11-1

13

14. Broadneck

9-3

15

15. Owings Mills

9-1

Other teams considered: Atholton (3-3), Hammond (10-1), Hereford (8-3), Marriotts Ridge (8-3), Oakland Mills (5-6), South Carroll (1-3)

 

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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