Final boys basketball top 20

March 19, 1991

1. Dunbar (27-1) 300

2. Southern-Balto. (17-7) 282

3. Annapolis (21-4) 266

4. Lake Clifton (14-6) 254

5. St. Frances (18-6) 220

6. Catonsville (25-1) 208

7. Gibbons (24-10) 204

8. Walbrook (11-7) 202

9. Broadneck (20-5) 178

10. Mount St. Joseph (21-11) 158

11. Meade (18-6) 143

12. Edgewood (24-2) 127

13. Loyola (20-13) 121

14. Carver (14-4) 94

15. Old Mill (17-6) 88

16. Joppatowne (20-4) 77

17. Overlea (21-1) 71

18. Aberdeen (18-6) 41

19. Edmondson (13-5) 38

20. Oakland Mills (17-8) 19

Other teams receiving votes, with records and points in parentheses: St. Paul's (29-3, 14), Poly (8-11, 13), Forest Park (12-5, 6), Wilde Lake (16-10, 6), Dulaney (16-6, 4), Woodlawn (14-7, 3), Northeast (16-8, 2), Boys' Latin (20-14, 1).

How the poll was conducted: The members of The Sun's board of consulting coaches for the 1990-91 season were: Dave Appleby, Oakland Mills; John Barbour, Northeast; Reggie Brooks, Randallstown; Jim Carnes, South Carroll; Rick Collins, St. Paul's; Randy Dase, Towson; Tim Holley, Gilman; Ken Kazmarek, Broadneck; Bucky Kimmett, Poly; Charlie Moore, Lake Clifton; Ray Mullis, Gibbons; John Nash, Douglass; Rod Norris, Woodlawn; Jerry Savage, Loyola; Alex Spooner, Havre de Grace.

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