Depending who you are and what school you are rooting for, the name of this Rivalry game changes. The parking lot was full of life, with grills smoking and stereos blasting as fans tailgated in anticipation of the biggest game of the year for these two schools.


Brandon Owens
Baltimore Poly


Paul Taylor

Baltimore Poly

Poly’s scholarship recipient is senior Paul Taylor, son of Paul E. Taylor Sr. and Dawn Taylor. Paul is a member of the National Honor Society and has been on the honor roll since 9th grade. He volunteers at his church and works with community youth groups. He is a two-year letterman in football and baseball.
Lamar Montgomery

Baltimore City

City’s recipient is senior Lamar Montgomery, son of Mary and Dave Montgomery. Lamar has been a two-year varsity starter on offense and also started at center this season. He combines strength and quickness to be an explosive middle guard. Lamar would like to attend Penn State and study engineering.


The 1st quarter was a defensive standoff. The lone score was Baltimore City's Trey James on a quick outside toss. The defensive intensity continued into the second, and the score was brought to 7-6 in favor of Poly. In the 4th quarter, Poly broke through after an incredible sustained drive. The City offense was unable to answer, ending the game 14-6 in favor of Baltimore Poly.