High School Football Poll

September 19, 1990

BALTIMORE - (AP) -- The following state high school football poll is conducted weekly by Dave Ammenheuser, sports editor of the Carroll County Times, and Sheldon Shealer, prep writer of the Hagerstown Herald-Mail. All Maryland private and public schools are included. Teams earn 15 points for a first-place vote, 14 for second place, etc.

Ranking, team, (first-place votes), record, points and last week's ranking:

1. DeMatha

2. Springbrook

3. Poly

4. Oxon Hill

5. Randallstown

6. Fort Hill

7. Seneca Valley

8. Friendly

9. High Point

10. Gilman

11. Old Mill

12. Forest Park

13. Damascus

14. Wilde Lake

15. McNamara

Also receiving votes: Allegany, Middletown, City, Magruder, Northern Calvert, Oakland Mills, Quince Orchard, Westminster.

Voting panel: Dave Ammenheuser (Carroll County Times), Sheldon Shealer (Hagerstown Herald-Mail), Kathy Frazier (The Anne Arundel County Sun), Sam Davis (The Sun), Mike Farabaugh (The Evening Sun), Cliff Mister (The Daily Banner), Mike Burke (Cumberland Times-News), Bill Haufe (The Star Democrat), Perry Pentz (Frederick News-Post), Mike Fraine (Montgomery Journal), Bob Mosier (The Capital), Pete Bielski (Prince George's Journal), Dave Broughton (The Daily Times), Monty Wood (Maryland Independent).

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