High school sports polls for Dec. 31, 2013

Boys basketball

No. School Record Prev. 
1. City 8-0 2
2. Milford Mill 3-2 1
3. Patterson 9-0 5
4. St. Frances 12-3 4
5. Poly 6-2 3
6. Edmondson 6-1 6
7. Mount St. Joseph 14-3 7
8. Calvert Hall 14-1 8
9. Oakland Mills 7-1 9
10. John Carroll 11-6 10
11. Dunbar 6-1 11
12. Randallstown 4-2 12
13. New Town 3-2 13
14. Lake Clifton 6-0 14
15. Archbishop Spalding 5-6 15

Other teams considered: Atholton (6-2), Dulaney (6-0), Joppatowne (5-0), Severna Park (7-0)

Girls basketball

No. School Record Prev. 
1. McDonogh 8-1 2
2. Roland Park 7-2 3
3. Aberdeen 4-2 1
4. Milford Mill 6-0 4
5. Poly 6-0 5
6. St. Frances 8-3 6
7. St. Vincent Pallotti 5-4 7
8. Howard 8-0 8
9. City 8-0 9
10. Reservoir 4-2 10
11. Old Mill 7-1 14
12. Seton Keough 3-5 12
13. Catonsville 5-1 13
14. Patterson Mill 4-2 15
15. Severna Park 6-1

Other teams considered: Mount Hebron (5-3), New Town (5-0), River Hill (5-3), South Carroll (5-1), Westminster (5-1)

Wrestling

No. School Record Prev. 
1. McDonogh 5-0 1
2. Mount St. Joseph 2-0 2
3. John Carroll 2-1 3
4. River Hill 6-2 4
5. Glenelg 3-1 5
6. Hereford 4-0 6
7. Archbishop Spalding 1-1 7
8. South Carroll 2-2 8
9. Bel Air 4-1 9
10. Archbishop Curley 1-0 10
11. Reservoir 3-0 11
12. Mount Hebron 6-1 12
13. Old Mill 4-1 13
14. Loyola 3-1 14
15. South River 6-4 15

Other teams considered: Broadneck (2-1), North Carroll (2-1), Old Mill (4-1), Owings Mills (2-2), Patterson Mill (4-0), Western Tech (4-0), Winters Mill (2-6)

Boys indoor track

No. School Prev. 
1. McDonogh 2
2. Hereford 3
3. Century 4
4. Gilman 1
5. Digital Harbor 5
6. Severna Park 6
7. Mount St. Joseph 7
8. Broadneck 8
9. Loyola 9
10. Dulaney

Other teams considered: Milford Mill, Mount Hebron, Perry Hall, Reservoir, Wilde Lake

Girls indoor track

No. School Prev. 
1. McDonogh 1
2. Hereford 2
3. Broadneck 5
4. Milford Mill 6
5. Severna Park 7
6. Liberty 3
7. Century
8. Dulaney 4
9. Mount Hebron 8
10. Mount de Sales

Other teams considered: Annapolis, Atholton, Franklin, Reservoir, River Hill, South River

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