A final look at how the Top 15 football teams fared

December 02, 2012|By Katherine Dunn

With this weekend’s state finals, the 2012 high school football season came to a close with only a handful of senior all-star games to look forward to. River Hill and Dunbar successfully defended their state championships to complete a fall full of highlights for The Baltimore Sun’s Top 15. Here’s a final look at how the Top 15 finished their seasons.

Look for the final rankings in Tuesday’s paper.

Ranking/Team/Record/Season result

1. Gilman/9-2/MIAA A Conference champion

2. River Hill/14-0/Def. Huntingtown 18-14, Class 3A state champion

3. Westminster/12-1/Class 4A state semifinalist

4. Calvert Hall/9-3/MIAA A Conference finalist

5. Meade/10-3/Class 4A state semifinalist

6. Dunbar/13-1/Def. New Town 39-0, Class 1A state champion

7. Milford Mill/11-2/Class 3A state semifinalist

8. St. Paul’s/11-0/MIAA B Conference champion

9. Old Mill/9-3/Class 4A East region finalist

10. Franklin/10-2/Class 3A North region finalist

11. Edmondson/11-2/Class 2A state semifinalist

12. Arundel/10-1/Idle/Class 4A East region semifinalist

13. Atholton/10-2/Class 3A East region finalist

14. South River/8-3/Class 4A East region semifinalist

15. Broadneck/7-3/Did not qualify for the playoffs

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