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Baltimore Sun high school sports Top 15 polls (Nov. 15)

Here’s where The Baltimore Sun ranks each of its high school teams as of Monday. Records are through games played on Saturday.

FOOTBALL

Rank, team, record, previous rank

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1. St. Frances (6-1) 1

2. Calvert Hall (8-2) 4

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3. McDonogh (6-5) 8

4. Archbishop Spalding (10-1) 2

5. Dunbar (10-0) 5

6. Broadneck (8-1) 6

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7. Dundalk (10-0) 7

8. Mount Saint Joseph (6-4) 3

9. Franklin (9-2) 9

10. Milford Mill (10-1) 10

11. Mervo (8-1) 11

12. South Carroll (10-0) 12

13. Atholton (10-1) 13

14. Oakland Mills (9-1) 14

15. Old Mill (8-2) 15

Others considered: City (8-3), Concordia Prep (9-2), Glenelg (10-1), Harford Tech (8-1), Loyola Blakefield (8-2), Owings Mills (10-1)

BOYS SOCCER

Rank, team, record, previous rank

1. Calvert Hall (22-2-1) 2

2. McDonogh (21-3) 1

3. C. Milton Wright (14-3-1) 9

4. John Carroll (14-7-2) 4

5. Severna Park (15-2-1) 7

6. Broadneck (14-2) 3

7. Mt. Hebron (12-2-1) 6

8. Centennial (12-3-1) 5

9. Archbishop Curley (12-9-1) 8

10. Loyola Blakefield (10-8-3) 10

11. Severn (18-1) 13

12. Harford Tech (10-4)

13. Towson (12-2) 12

14. Glenelg (10-3-1) —

15. Fallston (12-4-1) ) —

Other considered: Catonsville (11-5-1), Century (14-3-1), Concordia Prep (11-9-2), Liberty (10-3-1), Patterson Mill (10-2-2)

GIRLS SOCCER

Rank, team, record, previous rank

Girls soccer

1. McDonogh (14-2) 1

2. Broadneck (17-0-1) 3

3. Archbishop Spalding (11-5) 4

4. Mt. Hebron (13-2) 10

5. Marriotts Ridge (14-1-1) 2

6. Notre Dame Prep (7-4-2) 7

7. Fallston (16-0-2) 9

8. St. Paul’s (9-4) 5

9. Glenelg (13-2) —

10. Severna Park (11-3) 6

11. Mercy (7-6-2) 8

12. Severn (14-5) —

13. John Carroll (6-6-2) 12

14. River Hill (12-5) —

15. Perry Hall (11-5) 15

Others considered: Century (11-3-1), C. Milton Wright (9-5-2), Dulaney (7-4-3), Hereford (13-4)

VOLLEYBALL

Rank, team, record, previous rank

1. Arundel (17-1) 2

2. Reservoir (16-1) 3

3. Maryvale Prep (17-0) 4

4. Broadneck (14-3) 1

5. Bel Air (16-0) 7

6. Howard (15-2) 5

7. Westminster (15-1) 6

8. Century (14-3) 9

9. Glenelg (12-5) 14

10. Hereford (17-1) 10

11. Crofton (13-5) —

12. Centennial (12-4) 11

13. River Hill (12-4) 12

14. Severna Park (11-5) 8

15. Dulaney (11-7) —

Others considered: Annapolis Area Christian (12-1), Archbishop Spalding (11-7), Liberty (11-4), Marriotts Ridge (10-6), Poly (16-2), South Carroll (10-6)

FIELD HOCKEY

Rank, team, record, previous rank

1. Archbishop Spalding (16-1) 2

2. Severna Park (17-2) 3

3. Garrison Forest (15-6) 1

4. Glenelg (16-1) 4

5. McDonogh (14-3) 5

6. Hereford (13-3) 6

7. Arundel (11-8) —

8. River Hill (15-4) 7

9. Broadneck (12-5) 10

10. Bryn Mawr (14-4) 9

11. Crofton (9-4) 11

12. Dulaney (12-5) 12

13. Francis Scott Key (12-3) 13

14. Marriotts Ridge (11-5) 15

15. Manchester Valley (11-5) —

Others considered: Century (10-5-1), C. Milton Wright (10-3), Liberty (11-6), South River (8-6), St. Paul’s (12-5)

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Rank, team, previous rank

1. Severna Park 1

2. Loyola Blakefield 2

3. Calvert Hall 3

4. Mount Saint Joseph 4

5. Mt. Hebron 7

6. River Hill 5

7. Centennial 6

8. Reservoir 11

9. Howard 9

10. Broadneck 12

11. Bel Air 15

12. Dulaney 8

13. Atholton 13

14. Liberty 14

15. Towson 10

Others considered: Aberdeen, Arundel, Century, Gilman, Glenelg, Hammond, Hereford, Manchester Valley

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

Rank, team, previous rank

1. Howard 1

2. Hereford 2

3. Towson 4

4. Broadneck 5

5. Severna Park 3

6. Dulaney 6

7. Liberty 10

8. McDonogh 7

9. Reservoir 8

10. C. Milton Wright 11

11. Glenelg —

12. Century 12

13. Maryvale Prep 13

14. Atholton 9

15. Notre Dame Prep 15

Others considered: Annapolis, Bel Air, Catonsville, Centennial, Chesapeake, Mount de Sales, Westminster

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

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