[Baltimore Sun] Baltimore Sun high school sports Top 15 polls (April 15)

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Here’s where The Baltimore Sun ranks its high school teams as of Monday. Records are through games played Sunday.

BOYS LACROSSE

Rank, team, record, previous rank

1. Boys’ Latin (8-1) 2

2. Calvert Hall (6-4) 3

3. McDonogh (7-2) 1

4. Severna Park (7-0) 9

5. Gilman (8-2) 10

6. Broadneck (5-1) 5

7. Archbishop Spalding (7-4) 12

8. St. Paul’s (6-3) 4

9. Loyola Blakefield (2-6) 6

10. South River (7-1) 14

11. St. Mary’s (3-9) 7

12. Mount Saint Joseph (7-3) —

13. John Carroll (3-6) —

14. Mt. Hebron (4-4) 11

15. Towson (5-0) 15

Others considered: Catonsville (4-1), Fallston (6-3), Hereford (4-1), Patterson Mill (6-0), Severn (4-7)

GIRLS LACROSSE

Rank, team, record, previous rank

1. McDonogh (8-1) 1

2. Maryvale Prep (11-1) 4

3. Manchester Valley (7-0) 5

4. Archbishop Spalding (7-2) 3

5. Severna Park (8-0) 6

6. St. Paul’s (8-4) 2

7. Glenelg (8-1) 8

8. Liberty (5-1) 9

9. Century (6-0) 11

10. John Carroll (5-3) 15

11. Hereford (5-0) 14

12. Glenelg Country (5-4) 7

13. Marriotts Ridge (5-2) —

14. St. Mary’s (7-3) 12

15. Broadneck (4-4) 10

Others considered: Bryn Mawr (4-5), C. Milton Wright (4-1), Mt. Hebron (5-3), Notre Dame Prep (6-5), Towson (3-1)

BASEBALL

Rank, team, record, previous rank

1. Archbishop Spalding (11-2) 1

2. Loyola Blakefield (9-3) 10

3. Severna Park (5-0) 3

4. John Carroll (8-2) 14

5. Broadneck (9-1) 5

6. C. Milton Wright (3-1) 4

7. Poly (4-1) 8

8. Liberty (7-1) 13

9. Calvert Hall (8-6) 2

10. Glenelg (4-1) 14

11. Centennial (5-1) —

12. Fallston (3-0) 13

13. Chesapeake-AA (5-2) 12

14. Harford Tech (6-1) —

15. Towson (4-2) —

Others considered: Archbishop Curley (8-9), Douglass (4-1), Gilman (6-8), McDonogh (6-1), Long Reach (5-2), River Hill (5-2)

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SOFTBALL

Rank, team, record, previous rank

1. Reservoir (6-0) 2

2. Archbishop Spalding (3-1) 3

3. Northeast-AA (6-1) 1

4. Patterson Mill (6-0) 5

5. Crofton (5-1) 4

6. Francis Scott Key (6-1) 6

7. Eastern Tech (3-0) 7

8. Glenelg (5-0) 9

9. Dulaney (7-2) 8

10. John Carroll (5-2) 11

11. Chesapeake-AA (6-1) 12

12. Fallston (4-2) 10

13. Century (5-1) 14

14. Carver A&T (6-2) 13

15. Perry Hall (5-0) —

Others considered: Marriotts Ridge (4-3), Mount de Sales (2-2), Mt. Hebron (3-2), Severna Park (5-2), Towson (6-1)

BOYS OUTDOOR TRACK

Rank, team, previous rank

1. Calvert Hall 1

2. Digital Harbor 3

3. Oakland Mills 5

4. Gilman 2

5. Dundalk —

6. Parkville 12

7. Overlea —

8. Hereford 6

9. Mervo 10

10. Crofton 11

11. Loyola Blakefield 7

12. Howard 4

13. Severna Park 13

14. Harford Tech 8

15. Mount Saint Joseph —

Others considered: Broadneck, Centennial, Liberty, Poly, Winters Mill

GIRLS OUTDOOR TRACK

Rank, team, previous rank

1. McDonogh 1

2. Woodlawn 2

3. Oakland Mills 4

4. Hereford 5

5. Harford Tech 7

6. Crofton 10

7. Spalding 3

8. River Hill 6

9. Severna Park 8

10. Howard 9

11. New Town 14

12. Arundel —

13. Western 13

14. Broadneck 12

15. Century 15

Others considered: Long Reach, Maryvale Prep, Poly, Towson, Western Tech

How the polls are conducted: Baltimore Sun polls are compiled by the sports staff after observing events and consulting with coaches.

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