Girls Top 20

February 15, 1994

1. Western (record: 15-1, 199 points) -- Last week's ranking: 1. Did not play. Next game: Tomorrow vs. No. 2 Hammond in the Fuel Fund Classic at the Baltimore Arena.

2. Hammond (13-1, 191) -- Last week's ranking: 2. Tiki Nicholson scored 14 as the Golden Bears routed Centennial, 78-29, on Monday. Hammond improved to 8-0 in Howard County. Next game: Today at Atholton.

3. St. Mary's (16-2, 178) -- Last week's ranking: 3. Bridget Smith scored 23 and Annetta Davis added 20 to lead the Saints to a 90-69 victory over the Institute of Notre Dame on Monday. St. Mary's outscored the Indians, 26-11, in the second quarter to build a 20-point halftime lead. Next game: Tomorrow vs. No. 6 Mount Hebron in the Fuel Fund Classic at the Baltimore Arena.

4. St. Frances (16-2, 165)-- Last week's ranking: 4. Did not play. Next game: Tomorrow at No. 20 Mount de Sales.

5. Lake Clifton (11-1, 161) -- Last week's ranking: 5. Did not play. Next game: Thursday vs. Patterson.

6. Mount Hebron (10-5, 143) -- Last week's ranking: 6. Emily Yanero scored 18 in the Vikings' 59-38 victory over No. 19 Glenelg on Monday. Next game: Today at Oakland Mills.

7. Randallstown (14-1, 140) -- Last week's ranking: 7. Did not play. Next game: Thursday at Dulaney.

8. Towson (12-0, 128) -- Last week's ranking: 8. The Generals raced to a 55-8 halftime lead en route to a 76-17 romp over Hereford on Monday. Next game: Today at Chesapeake-BC.

9. Fallston (13-0, 125) -- Last week's ranking:9. Did not play. Next game: Today vs. Havre de Grace.

10. Old Mill (13-3, 107) -- Last week's ranking: 10. Did not play. Next game: Today at Broadneck.

11. Severna Park (14-1, 103) -- Last week's ranking: 11. Did not play. Next game: Today vs. No. 17 Arundel.

12. Seton Keough (13-5, 83) -- Last week's ranking: 12. Did not play. Next game: Tomorrow at Archbishop Spalding.

13. McDonogh (14-3, 81) -- Last week's ranking: 14. Did not play. Next game: Tomorrow vs. Garrison Forest-Severn winner in the Association of Independent Schools Tournament.

14. Poly (14-2, 68) -- Last week's ranking: 15. Kenya Holman scored 18 to lead the Engineers to a 76-22 rout of Douglass on Monday. Next game: Thursday at Douglass.

15. South Carroll (10-5, 58) -- Last week's ranking: 13. The Cavaliers lost to Linganore, 67-58, on Monday. Next game: Today vs. Liberty.

16. Annapolis (10-6, 49) -- Last week's ranking: 16. Cristi Samaras scored 26 as the Panthers defeated Southern-AA, 66-37, on Monday. Annapolis took a 13-point lead after three quarters and outscored the Bulldogs, 21-8, in the fourth period. Next game: Today at Northeast.

17. Arundel (13-3, 47) -- Last week's ranking: 17. Did not play. Next game: Today at No. 11 Severna Park.

18. Westminster (10-4, 23) -- Last week's ranking: 19. Trailing by two points after three quarters, the Owls outscored North Carroll 25-10 in the fourth quarter en route to a 51-38 victory on Monday, Next game: Today vs. North Carroll.

19. Glenelg (12-4, 22) -- Last week's ranking: 18. The Gladiators lost to No. 6 Mount Hebron, 59-38, on Monday. After winning nine straight, Glenelg has lost three of its past four games. Next game: Today at Howard.

20. Mount de Sales (12-4, 9) -- Last week's ranking: 20. After being outscored 8-2 in the first quarter, the Sailors recovered and beat Archbishop Spalding, 39-31, on Monday. Next game: Tomorrow vs. No. 5 St. Frances.

Note: Records are through Sunday's games. Other teams receiving votes, with record and points in parentheses: Joppatowne (10-1, 7), Chesapeake-AA (10-5, 5), Woodlawn (8-2, 4), Oakland Mills (8-6, 2).

Poll members: Dave Greenberg (Mount Hebron); Greg Knill (North Carroll); Gloria Leidlich (C. Milton Wright); Mary Ella Marion (Mercy); Dennis Quinby (Catonsville); Mark Sawyer (Poly); Bruce Springer (Broadneck); Katherine Dunn (The Baltimore Sun); Kevin Eck (The Baltimore Sun); Roch Eric Kubatko (The Baltimore Sun).

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