Boys Top 20

January 17, 1994

Southern-Balto. (record: 8-0, points: 200) -- Last week's ranking: 1. The Bulldogs, ranked No. 5 by USA Today, extended the state's longest winning streak to 22 games with two wins. Tuesday, in an 83-70 win over Patterson, Damon Cason scored 26 points and Kevin Simpson had 20. Cason had 20 and Dancavtis Keating added 17 in a 93-57 victory over Edmondson. Next game: Tomorrow against Mervo.

2 Dunbar (9-1, 190) -- Last week's ranking: 2. Norman Nolan and Marvis Thornton each scored 22 points in an 86-56 victory over City on Wednesday. In a 94-58 victory over Forest Park on Thursday, Nolan had 19 and Thornton added 15. Next game: Today vs. No. 4 Woodlawn at the Fuel Fund Classic.

3 Southwestern (9-0, 180) -- Last week's ranking: 3. In a 69-56 victory over Calvert on Monday, Haywood Eaddy scored 18 points and Ernie Evans added 16. Next game: Tomorrow at Mervo.

4 Woodlawn (11-0, 168) -- Last week's ranking: 4. The Warriors extended their regular-season winning streak to 35 games with two wins. Wednesday, Keion Carpenter scored 19 points and Andre Vaughn added 13 in a 70-40 victory over Dulaney. Emanuele Adekunle scored 20 and Guy Butler had 16 in a 79-51 victory over Eastern Tech on Friday. Next game: Today vs. No. 2 Dunbar at the Fuel Fund Classic.

5 Lake Clifton (8-2, 162) -- Last week's ranking: 5. The Lakers cracked the 100-point barrier twice last week. In a 117-90 victory over Edmondson, Shawnta Rogers scored 26 points and had 20 assists and Reggie Frazier added 25 points. Thursday, Rogers had 27 and Frazier and Terrance Payne 21 each in a 128-56 victory over Mervo. Next game: Today vs. No. 9 Broadneck at the Fuel Fund Classic.

6 Gibbons (13-4, 148) -- Last week's ranking: 6. Friday, Ryan Beaumont scored 20 points and Steve Wojciechowski added 15 in a 68-51 victory over Loyola. Yesterday, Wojciechowski scored 24 in an 81-56 victory over St. Frances. Next game: Friday at Calvert Hall.

7 Milford Mill (9-0, 136) -- Last week's ranking: 8. Keon Sellman scored 25 points and Jermaine Dunn added 22 in an 81-63 victory over Overlea on Wednesday. Friday, Blanchard Hurd scored 20 and Kenny Bostic had 18 in an 88-52 victory over Owings Mills. Next game: Wednesday at Hereford.

8 Southern-AA (7-2, 127) -- Last week's ranking: 7. In a 76-72 loss to Arundel on Tuesday, Chatney Howard scored 19 points and Eddie Paddy had 16. Friday, Howard had 33 and Paddy added 18 in an 83-66 victory over Glen Burnie on Friday. Next game: Tomorrow against No. 16 South River.

9.Broadneck (8-1, 122) -- Last week's ranking: 9. The Bruins held Chesapeake-AA scoreless in the third quarter in a 61-28 victory Tuesday. Friday, the Bruins defeated Severna Park. Next game: Today vs. No. 5 Lake Clifton at the Fuel Fund Classic.

10 Annapolis (9-2, 110) -- Last week's ranking: 10. In a 97-68 victory over North County, Rodney Watts scored 18 and Rico Lee and Kelsey Watkins each added 14. Juan Johnson scored 22 and Rodney Johnson added 18 in a 96-72 victory over Meade on Friday. Next game: Tomorrow at Severna Park.

11 Walbrook (4-3, 103) -- Last week's ranking: 11. Travone Broadway scored 26 points and Antwon Jenifer added 17 in a 76-61 victory over Mervo on Tuesday. Next game: Thursday at No. 5 Lake Clifton.

12 Severn (15-2, 73) -- Last week's ranking: 15. John Vereen's layup with two seconds left in regulation lifted the Admirals to a 66-64 victory over McDonogh. Friday, Vereen scored 19 and LTC James Carpenter added 18 in a 99-67 victory over Boys' Latin. Next game: Friday against Old Mill.

13 Mount Hebron (10-1, 69) -- Last week's ranking: 12. Wednesday, Kevin Tonkins scored 25 points and Kurtis Jestes added 16 in a 69-64 overtime victory over Hammond. Friday, the Vikings suffered their first loss of the season in a 69-48 defeat to Wilde Lake. Next game: Wednesday against Oakland Mills.

14 St. Frances (5-5, 67) -- Last week's ranking: 13. Yesterday, Kevin McClain scored 16 in an 81-56 loss to Gibbons. Next game: Friday against Loyola.

15 Glen Burnie (8-2, 59) -- Last week's ranking: 14. The Gophers defeated Northeast, 71-44, on Tuesday. Friday, Marquis Farmer scored 17 in an 83-66 loss to Southern-AA. Next game: Tomorrow against North County.

16 South River (8-1, 47) -- Last week's ranking: 20. Corey Davis scored 32 points in a 78-60 victory over Severna Park on Tuesday. Friday, Davis and Russell Tongue scored 25 in an 85-71 victory over Arundel. Next game: Tomorrow at No. 8 Southern-AA.

17 Poly (8-3, 46) -- Last week's ranking: 18. Clinton Young scored 16 points and Marcus McLean added 15 in a 71-56 victory over Carver. In an 81-69 victory over Patterson, McLean scored 27 and Brian Scott had 18. Next game: Friday against Douglass.

18 Arundel (7-4, 38) -- Last week's ranking: 16. In a 76-72 victory over Southern-AA on Tuesday, Sean Soyars scored 32 points and Bakari Ward added 20. Friday, Soyars had 24 in an 85-71 loss to South River. Next game: Tomorrow at Meade.

19 Perry Hall (7-2, 23) -- Last week's ranking: 17. Wednesday, Jimmy Ellsworth scored 23 points and Mark Franklin added 11 in a 70-58 victory over Patapsco. Devlin Green scored 11 in a 64-61 loss to Randallstown. Next game: Wednesday at Eastern Tech.

20 Calvert Hall (10-5, 11) -- Last week's ranking: Not ranked. The Cardinals entered the Top 20 after defeating Eastern Tech, 69-44, on Wednesday. Friday, the Cardinals beat Towson Catholic and yesterday beat Loyola, 72-71, in overtime. Next game: Tomorrow against McDonogh.

Other teams receiving votes, with record and points in parentheses: Loyola (8-8, 8); Atholton (9-2, 4); Gilman (10-5, 3); McDonogh (5-4, 3); Aberdeen (5-3, 2); Randallstown (8-5, 1).

Poll members: John Blake (Mervo); Jack Burke (Hammond); Rick Collins (St. Paul's); George Constantine (C. M. Wright); Art Gamzon (Catonsville); Tim Holley (Gilman); Gerald Moore (Arundel); Pat O'Malley (The Baltimore Sun); Troy Warehime (North Carroll); Derek Toney (The Baltimore Sun).

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