High school sports polls for Jan. 23, 2018

High school sports polls for Jan. 23, 2018
St. Frances guard Delicia Pinnick, left, scraps on the floor with McDonogh forward Sijay Matsinye, who causes a jump ball call that goes to the Panthers during a key matchup Jan. 19 at John & JoAnne Phelps Gymnasium. St. Frances won, 68-54. (Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun)

Boys basketball

No. School

Record

Prev.

1. St. Frances

21-2

1

2. John Carroll

15-5

3

3. Mount Saint Joseph

18-3

4

4. Dunbar

11-0

5

5. Poly

9-3

2

6. Boys’ Latin

16-3

6

7. Milford Mill

7-2

7

8. McDonogh

12-6

8

9. Woodlawn

10-2

9

10. River Hill

12-1

10

11. Perry Hall

8-4

 

12. Lake Clifton

10-3

13. Old Mill

8-4

12

14. St. Vincent Pallotti

16-6

13

15. Dulaney

9-3

15

Other teams considered: Annapolis (9-3) C. Milton Wright (9-2), Dundalk (9-2), Edmondson (8-3), Gerstell (10-8), Indian Creek (12-0), Lansdowne (10-1), Meade (10-3), New Town (9-2)

 

Girls basketball

No. School

Record

Prev.

1. St. Frances

11-4

1

2. McDonogh

14-2

2

3. Roland Park

16-4

3

4. Long Reach

9-1

4

5. Western

10-2

6

6. Catonsville

10-3

5

7. Howard

13-1

7

8. Old Mill

9-3

8

9. John Carroll

10-4

9

10. Inst. of Notre Dame

12-6

10

11. South River

14-1

11

12. Poly

9-2

12

13. St. Vincent Pallotti

9-8

13

14. Pikesville

8-1

14

15. Westminster

11-0

Other teams considered: Aberdeen (11-0), Mount de Sales (11-6)

 

Wrestling

No. School

Record

Prev.

1. Mount Saint Joseph

7-1

1

2. McDonogh

16-3

2

3. St. Paul’s

11-2

3

4. Glenelg

17-0

4

5. Winters Mill

13-0

5

6. Bel Air

22-0

6

7. Old Mill

13-0

8

8. South River

17-5

7

9. Archbishop Spalding

9-5

9

10. Loyola Blakefield

12-8

10

11. Hammond

30-4

11

12. Sparrows Point

22-3

14

13. Owings Mills

21-3

12

14. Mount Hebron

17-3

13

15. Dunbar

15-2

15

Other teams considered: Atholton (7-5), Hereford (16-5), Marriotts Ridge (14-5), Oakland Mills (9-8), River Hill (22-7), South Carroll (12-7)

 

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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