Idled by Hurricane Irma, St. Frances drops back to No. 2


FREDERICK — The Maryland High School Football State Poll, in its 28th year, is based on a statewide voting by sports reporters. Schools are ranked by points received. The number in parenthesis reflects first-place votes. LW is last week’s ranking. The rankings are compiled by Sheldon Shealer.

Rank, School, Record, Points, LW

1. DeMatha (6), 2-1, 293, 2
2. St. Frances (5), 2-0, 291, 1
3. Wise (1), 2-0, 276, 3
4. McDonogh, 2-0, 263, 4
5. Archbishop Spalding, 1-0, 250, 5
6. Damascus, 2-0, 245, 6
7. Quince Orchard, 2-0, 225, 8
8. Walkersville, 2-0, 217 9
9. North Point, 2-0, 190, 13
10. Northwest, 2-0, 184, 12
11. Calvert Hall, 2-1, 169, 11
12. Fort Hill, 2-0, 153, 14
13. Georgetown Prep, 2-0, 144, 15
14. Bullis, 2-0, 132, 18
15. St. Mary’s Ryken, 3-0, 120, 22
16. Linganore, 2-0, 117, 19
17. Howard, 2-0, 113, 17
18. Mount St. Joseph, 2-1, 95, NR
19. Franklin, 1-1, 92, 10
20. Broadneck, 2-0, 77, 21
21. Good Counsel, 1-1, 65, 7
22. Seneca Valley, 2-0, 48, 23
23. Tuscarora, 2-0, 42, 25
24. Chopticon, 2-0, 34, 24
25. Oxon Hill, 1-1, 19, NR

Others Receiving Votes: Oakdale (2-0, 10 points), Sherwood (1-1, 9), Eleanor Roosevelt (2-0, 8), Westminster (2-0, 7), North Caroline (2-0, 6), Riverdale Baptist (2-1, 3), St. James (2-0, 3-0).