Several locals trade places in state media football poll

October 16, 2012|By Katherine Dunn

River Hill and Calvert Hall traded places and so did Franklin and Dunbar in a Maryland High School Football Media State Poll that showed little change overall after the seventh week of the season. Gilman held onto the No. 2 spot behind Good Counsel.

The Hawks (7-0) moved up to No. 5 while Calvert Hall (6-1), which had a second straight close call in a 19-12 win over McDonogh, slipped to No. 6.

No. 17 Franklin (6-1) hopped over Dunbar (6-1) after the No. 18 Poets escaped a scare from Baltimore City rival Douglass and emerged with an 8-6 victory.

No. 8 Arundel (7-0) and No. 13 Westminster (7-0) each bumped up a spot while Old Mill (6-1) held at No. 21. St. Paul’s (6-0) also received votes but not enough to break into the Top 25.

To see the entire poll, click here.

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