Linganore finishes No. 1 in the final Maryland high school football rankings for 2009
The poll is based on a statewide voting of sports reporters. The 2009 season marks the 20th year of the official media state poll in Maryland.<
The preseason state poll for Maryland high school football
The Maryland High School Football State Poll, in its 19th year, is based on a statewide voting by sports reporters.
As ESPNRISE.com looks at the toughest spring sports,Kara Churchill tells ESPNHS what's so tough about being a track and field athlete.
As ESPNRISE.com looks at the toughest spring sports, ESPNHS reporter Corey Abernathy talks about the toughest parts of the throwing events.
As ESPNRISE.com looks at the toughest spring sports, sprinter Hartzell Gray tells ESPNHS what makes his sport so tough.
As ESPNRISE.com looks at the toughest spring sports, hurdler Tristine Johnson tells ESPNHS what motivates her in her sport.
As ESPNRISE.com looks at the toughest high school sports, Marian High School in Omaha, Neb., joins in the discussion for toughest fall sports, writes ESPNHS reporter Hailey Konnath.
After leading Stanford to the 2008 NCAA championship game, Candice Wiggins took her talent to the WNBA's Minnesota Lynx. The second-season starter looks back on her high school days and her journey to the pros, writes ESPNHS reporter Matthew Wong.
ESPNHS video game reviewer Kyle Caldwell gives his thoughts on "Rhythm Heaven."
Teenagers sign up for sports because they might love the sport and because they want to feel cool and be a part of that exclusive group of the jocks, writes ESPNHS reporter Katelynne Lener.
ESPNHS video game reviewer Kyle Caldwell gives his thoughts on "Prototype."
Kavya Shivashankar entered the Scripps National Spelling Bee as one of 293 spellers and finished as the champion. ESPNHS reporter Maithreyi Gopalakrishnan caught up with Shivashankar after the bee.
Billings (Mont.) West High School students are learning about athletic training as part of the school's sports medicine club, writes ESPNHS reporter Alex Hartford.
John Cantwell, a recent graduate of Council Rock High School South (Holland, Pa.), looks back at his high jump and long jump career for ESPNHS.