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As teams register thoughout the registration period, they will be displayed on this page.

New for 2018, team numbers will not be assiged untill team registraiton is closed and will be numbered sequentially from 1-n. Team numbers will not carry over from regional to state tournament


2018 Division B Teams

TEAM NAME DIVISION CITY TOURNAMENT SEASON
Armistead Gardens B Baltimore Baltimore City 2018
Banneker Blake Academy B Baltimore City Baltimore City 2018
Barclay Elementary Middle B Baltimore Baltimore City 2018
Cherry Hill Elem/Middle B Baltimore Baltimore City 2018
Chesapeake Math and IT Academy North B Laurel Central 2018
Clarksville Middle (Team A) B Clarksville Central 2018
Clarksville Middle (Team B) B Clarksville Central 2018
Commodore John Rodgers Elem/Middle B Baltimore Baltimore City 2018
Cross Country Elem/Middle B Baltimore Baltimore City 2018
Dr. Nathan A. Pitts-Ashburton Elem/Middle B Baltimore Baltimore City 2018
Fallstaff Elem/Middle B Baltimore Baltimore City 2018
Graceland Park B Baltimore Baltimore City 2018
Hallie Wells Middle (Team A) B Clarksburg Central 2018
Hallie Wells Middle (Team B) B Clarksburg Central 2018
Hallie Wells Middle (Team C) B Clarksburg Central 2018
Higher Achievement: Lakeland B Lakeland Baltimore City 2018
Higher Achievement: South Baltimore B South Baltimore Baltimore City 2018
Hoover Middle B Potomac Central 2018
Kent County Middle B Chestertown Central 2018
Kent County Middle (Team A) B Chestertown Central 2018
Lake Elkhorn Middle B Columbia Central 2018
Lime Kiln Middle (Team A) B Fulton Central 2018
Lime Kiln Middle (Team B) B Fulton Central 2018
Lyndhurst Elem/Middle B Baltimore Baltimore City 2018
Maree G. Farring Elem/Middle B Baltimore Baltimore City 2018
Monocacy Middle B Frederick Central 2018
Mt. Washington School (Team A) B Baltimore Baltimore City 2018
Mt. Washington School (Team B) B Baltimore Baltimore City 2018
New Era Academy B Baltimore City Baltimore City 2018
North Bethesda Middle (Team A) B Bethesda Central 2018
North Bethesda Middle (Team B) B Bethesda Central 2018
Oakdale Middle B Ijamsville Central 2018
Pilgrimage Homeschool (Div B) B Gaithersburgh Central 2018
Roberto Clemente Middle (Team A) B Germantown Central 2018
Roberto Clemente Middle (Team B) B Germantown Central 2018
Rockbridge Academy (Div B) B Millersville Central 2018
Roland Park Elem/Middle B Baltimore Baltimore City 2018
The Sacred Heart School of Glyndon B Glyndon Central 2018
Thurmont Middle B Thurmont Central 2018
Tilden Middle (Team A) B Rockville Central 2018
Tilden Middle (Team B) B Rockville Central 2018
Urbana Middle (Team A) B Ijamsville Central 2018
Urbana Middle (Team A) B Ijamsville Central 2018
Vanguard Collegiate Middle B Baltimore Baltimore City 2018
Walkersville Middle B Walkersville Central 2018
Waverly Elem/Middle B Baltimore Baltimore City 2018
Westport Lets Go Boys and Girls B Baltimore Baltimore City 2018
Windsor Knolls Middle School B Ijamsville Central 2018


2018 Division C Teams

TEAM NAME DIVISION CITY TOURNAMENT SEASON
Atholton High School C Columbia Central 2018
Baltimore Polytechnic C Baltimore Central 2018
Broadneck High School C Annapolis Central 2018
Calvert High C Prince Frederick Central 2018
Catoctin High C Thurmont Central 2018
Centennial High School (Team A) C Ellicot City Central 2018
Centennial High School (Team B) C Ellicot City Central 2018
Dulaney High School C Timonium Central 2018
Franklin High (Team A) C Reisterstown Central 2018
Franklin High (Team B) C Reisterstown Central 2018
Kent County High C Worton Central 2018
Marriotts Ridge High (Team A) C Marriottsville Central 2018
Marriotts Ridge High (Team B) C Marriottsville Central 2018
Montgomery Blair C Frederick Central 2018
Mt Hebron High School (Team A) C Ellicott City Central 2018
Mt Hebron High School (Team B) C Ellicott City Central 2018
Paul Laurence Dunbar High C Baltimore Central 2018
Pilgrimage Homeschool (Div C) C Laytonsville Central 2018
Reservoir High (Team A) C Fulton Central 2018
Reservoir High (Team B) C Fulton Central 2018
Richard Montgomery (Team A) C Rockville Central 2018
Richard Montgomery (Team B) C Rockville Central 2018
River Hill High School (Team A) C Highland Central 2018
River Hill High School (Team B) C Highland Central 2018
Rockbridge Academy (Team A) C Millersville Central 2018
Rockbridge Academy (Team B) C Millersville Central 2018
The John Carrol School C Bel Air Central 2018
Walter Johnson High C Bethesda Central 2018
Woodrow Wilson High C Washington DC Central 2018
Worcester Technical (Team A) C Newark Central 2018
Worcester Technical (Team B) C Newark Central 2018

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