2017 Md. Media State Poll (Week 3)

Deadlocked.

For the first time in a couple decades, we have a tie for No. 1.

It is not the first time it has happened in State Poll history, but it is very rare.

DeMatha and St. Frances each received six first-place votes, and in every case the other team was No. 2. That leaves the powerhouse programs in a deadlock at the top on 294 points.

Wise remains third with Damascus moving to fourth, just ahead of McDonogh.

 

Maryland High School Football Media State Poll
Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017 — WEEK 3
FREDERICK, Md. — The Maryland High School Football State Poll, in its 28th year, is based on a statewide voting by sports reporters. Schools are ranked by points received. The number in parenthesis reflects first-place votes. LW is last week’s rank. The rankings are compiled by Sheldon Shealer.
Rk.
Name
Record
Points
LW
This Week
1t.
DeMatha (6) 3-1 294 1 vs. Friendship Collegiate (D.C.)
1t.
St. Frances (6)
3-0 294 2 at No. 10 Calvert Hall
3.
Wise 3-0
275 3 vs. Laurel
4.
Damascus 3-0 258 6 at Magruder
5.
McDonogh 2-1 254
4 at Malvern Prep (Pa.)
6.
Quince Orchard 3-0 234
7 vs. No. 15 Bullis
7.
Walkersville 3-0
230 8 vs. North Hagerstown
8.
North Point 3-0 208 9 at Great Mills
9.
Northwest 3-0 197 10 at Gaithersburg
10.
Calvert Hall 3-1 195 11 vs. No. 1t St. Frances
11.
St. Mary’s Ryken 4-0 171 15 at Archbishop Carroll (D.C.)
12.
Fort Hill 3-0
157 12 vs. Silver Oak
13.
Mount St. Joseph 3-1 147 18 at Gilman
14.
Good Counsel
2-1 144 21 vs. Bishop Sullivan (Va.)
15.
Bullis 3-0 140 14 at No. 6 Quince Orchard
16.
Linganore 3-0 131 16 at Thomas Johnson
17.
Archbishop Spalding 1-1 109 5 vs.Loyola
18.
Howard 3-0 101 17 vs. Reservoir
19.
Franklin 2-1 84 19 vs. Kenwood
20.
Broadneck 3-0 74
20 at Arundel
21.
Chopticon 3-0 57 24 at Northern Calvert
22.
Oxon Hill 2-1 46 25 vs. Surrattsville
23.
Georgetown Prep 2-1 35 13 idle
24.
Oakdale 3-0 29 NR vs. Urbana
25.
North Caroline 3-0 12 NR at Queen Anne’s

Others Receiving Votes: Middletown (3-0, 8 points), Sherwood (2-1, 7), St. James (3-0, 4), Flowers (3-0, 3), Seneca Valley (2-1, 2). 

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