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Preseason No. 1 teams College Park (baseball) & Mission Viejo (softball) both off to solid starts with huge tourney appearances upcoming. Highest ranked newcomers are Harvard-Westlake & San Jose Valley Christian (baseball) plus Los Osos & Riverside M.L. King (softball). Check below for this week’s new list of the State Top 20 baseball and softball […]
We have 25 elite teams pegged in order with writeups for each, led by obvious No. 1 Mission Viejo. The Diablos weren’t obvious at No. 1 at the end of last season, but unbeaten No. 2 Amador Valley may be rebuilding.
In the first FAB 50 national softball rankings compiled by Cal-Hi Sports editor Mark Tennis for the new FullCountSoftball.com web site, Mission Viejo starts the 2015 season as the No. 1 team. The Diablos, who were No. 1 in the state by Cal-Hi Sports and No. 1 in the nation in the Student Sports FAB […]
Sharks are behind only Red Mountain of Arizona in original 50-team deep final national rankings. Four other California teams are in the top 10 and there are 13 that made the cut above 50. FAB 50 national rankings will be back every week next season.
Pacifica has its fate in its own hands with a chance to end the season where it began in the preseason – and that’s on top of the state rankings.
Toughest decision was where to place Amador Valley after freak injury to star pitcher contributes to playoff loss. Plus, more on No. 1 Pacifica, more on the CCS and top 20 players that shined....
Six new teams are in after a wild and crazy couple of days (including Tuesday) sees previous No. 1 Mission Viejo, No. 3 Archbishop Mitty and No. 5 Great Oak of Temecula all get toppled in early-round section playoff upsets.
Unbeaten Vintage of Napa begins to move up while newcomer M.L. King of Riverside gets a boost after taking top honors in one of the state’s best leagues.
Santiago of Corona loses in Tuesday game to M.L. King, which gives bumps to Esperanza, Vintage and James Logan. No. 1 teams are Pacifica of Garden Grove, Mission Viejo, Bishop Amat, Francis Parker and Redwood Christian.