Posted On: 03/1/19 2:33 PM

This will most likely be my final power rankings for the year. The IAAM and Howard County were the strongest conferences this year. Howard County realaly needs to move to a county championship game instead of just awarding it to the regular season champion. Long Reach and Howard were co-champs last year and apparently again this year. Or maybe not depending on who you talk to. Anne Arundel's finest were Old Mill and South River all year.

1. St. Frances

Once again the Panthers won the IAAM championship. This was their 4th in a row and 12th overall. They are 22-3 headed into the Bishop Walsh Invitational. They beat Roland Park in the title game after losing to them twice in the regular season.

2. Roland Park

The Reds finished up their season 26-2 with one of the losses coming in the championship game to St. Frances. They still had a phenomenal season with both Mir Mclean and Ja'niah Henson turning in player of the year type seasons.

3. McDonogh

The Eagles had a solid season, finishing 20-6. They just could not get over the hump against St. Frances and Roland Park when it counted.

4. Howard

At 18-3 the

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