The Poly Engineers & City College Black Knights, a very historic state of Maryland high school football rivalry will play against each other once again on October 29th. This rivalry is nearly as old as football itself. The rivalry began in 1889 when the Black Knights met the Engineers. The Black Knights dominated the rivalry in the beginning, but the Engineers have been winning the rivalry since. The Engineers lost twice to the Black Knights last season but nearly won in the 2nd game. With such a historic and exciting rivalry, crowds will be filled with enthusiasm to see who wins this year.


Jahmari Powell-Wonson
Baltimore City


Ra-is Booth

Baltimore Poly

"Ra-is has been a member of the football program for 4 years, He has also lettered in lacrosse while participating in peer tutoring and mentorship. Ra-is plans to major in Exercise Science and pursue a career in Physical Therapy. "
Tyler Tunstalle

Baltimore City

Tyler was an Honor Roll Freshman year and Principal Honor Roll student Soph-Junior years. He has 4.75 GPA. He played JV basketball freshman year, JV Football freshman year, and Varsity Football Junior and Senior Year. He plans to attend Howard University for business administration.


Baltimore City dominated in the first half after 2 TDs. With just over 6 minutes left in the third quarter, Poly secured a TD plus the 2pt conversion to bring the score to 12-8. The Knights padded their lead with a TD but the Engineers doubled up with another 8 points to close the Black Knight’s lead to 18-16. With 8:49 left in the 4th, City landed a TD to extend their lead 24-16. Baltimore City took the win with a final score of 24-16.