High school sports polls for Feb. 20, 2018

High school sports polls for Feb. 20, 2018
St. Frances poses for a team picture after defeating McDonogh, 69-51, in the IAAM A Conference girls basketball championship game Sunday. (Kenneth K. Lam / Baltimore Sun)

Boys basketball

No. School

Record

Prev.

1. St. Frances

31-4

1

2. Mount Saint Joseph

27-4

3

3. John Carroll

25-7

2

4. Poly

17-6

4

5. Dunbar

20-3

5

6. Boys’ Latin

23-6

6

7. Woodlawn

19-3

8

8. Milford Mill

17-3

7

9. St. Vincent Pallotti

23-9

12

10. Perry Hall

16-6

10

11. Old Mill

18-4

11

12. Severn

24-5

13

13. C. Milton Wright

18-4

14

14. Dulaney

15-5

15. Oakland Mills

17-4

Other teams considered: Dundalk (17-4), Indian Creek (18-3), Lake Clifton (15-5), Liberty (19-3), River Hill (18-4), St. Paul’s (19-10)

 

Girls basketball

No. School

Record

Prev.

1. St. Frances

21-4

1

2. McDonogh

21-5

2

3. Roland Park

21-7

3

4. Catonsville

18-3

4

5. Howard

21-1

5

6. Poly

18-4

9

7. Long Reach

17-2

7

8. John Carroll

16-8

6

9. Western

17-4

8

10. Inst. of Notre Dame

19-6

10

11. Old Mill

18-4

11

12. South River

20-2

12

13. Pikesville

18-1

13

14. Mount de Sales

19-8

15. Chesapeake-AA

17-5

15

Other teams considered: Annapolis Area Christian (19-6), Coppin Academy (17-3), Reservoir (14-8), Westminster (19-1)

 

Wrestling

No. School

Record

Prev.

1. Mount Saint Joseph

18-1

1

2. McDonogh

22-3

2

3. St. Paul’s

12-4

3

4. Glenelg

22-1

4

5. Archbishop Spalding

11-6

5

6. Old Mill

19-2

6

7. Sparrows Point

27-4

7

8. Owings Mills

29-4

8

9. Mount Hebron

23-4

9

10. Bel Air

31-1

10

11. South River

21-7

11

12. Winters Mill

17-4

12

13. Hammond

32-6

13

14. Loyola Blakefield

13-10

14

15. Dunbar

20-4

15

Other teams considered: Atholton (10-6), Hereford (18-8), Marriotts Ridge (18-6), Oakland Mills (11-8), River Hill (23-8), South Carroll (14-10)

 

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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