Outlook: Dunbar and Fort Hill don’t see each other every year, but they’re pretty familiar with each other. Two of the most successful teams in state tournament history, they’ve met five times in the state final dating to 1994. Dunbar leads the series 4-1 with Fort Hill’s only victory coming in 1997. The Poets’ 55 playoff wins is a state record while the Sentinels have won 51. Dunbar has won nine state championships, second only to Seneca Valley’s 12 although Damascus also has nine. The Sentinels, from Cumberland, have won six, including the past four to tied the state record for consecutive titles. Dunbar spent the past four years in Class 2A and was a state semifinalist the past two. The Poets rolled through the playoffs with 48-0 wins in the first two rounds and a 52-27 win over last year’s state finalist Havre de Grace in the semifinals. Quarterback Jared Lewis (3,411 passing yards, 27 touchdowns) threw for 268 yards and three touchdowns in the semifinal while bookend running backs Alfonzo Graham (1,116 yards, 16 touchdowns) and Andre Brandon (1,120 yards, seven touchdowns), each ran 12 times for two touchdowns and a combined 296 yards. The Sentinels had a tougher route to the title game, edging Allegany, 21-20, in the regional final, and Lackey, 34-33 in overtime, last week. Braeden Askins blocked a field-goal try on the final play of regulation and then made the tackle that stopped Lackey’s 2-point conversion attempt in overtime. Although he didn’t score against Lackey, running back Troy Banks has 1,457 yards and 23 touchdowns.