Baseball: 2009 Final Divisional Rankings

Congratulations to mythical state champions Capistrano Valley, Yuba City, Cathedral Catholic, Washington of Easton and St. Bernard’s of Eureka in baseball. 

Compiled by Mark Tennis & Steve Brand
(Through all games played in 2009 season; Previous ranking in parentheses)

Division I
1.  (4)   Capistrano Valley (Mission Viejo) 26-6
2.  (3)   Chatsworth 29-4
3.  (1)   Edison (Huntington Beach) 23-6
4.  (2)   Mater Dei (Santa Ana) 24-6
5.  (5)   Norco 25-5
6.  (6)   Serra (San Mateo) 30-6
7.  (8)   Jesuit (Carmichael) 27-5
8.  (7)   Poway 28-7
9.  (9)   Yucaipa 27-3
10. (12) Stockdale (Bakersfield) 26-5
11. (11) El Toro (Lake Forest) 23-6
12. (13) Clovis West (Fresno) 29-6
13. (14) Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks) 23-6
14. (15) JSerra (San Juan Capistrano) 22-7
15. (nr) Freedom (Oakley) 23-4
16. (nr) Crespi (Encino) 21-11
17. (10) Redlands East Valley (Redlands) 23-7
18. (nr) Temecula Valley (Temecula) 22-6
19. (nr) Rancho Bernardo (San Diego) 24-11
20. (nr) Buchanan (Clovis) 23-5-1
Comments: Although they had some unexpected setbacks during the regular season, when it came down to the Southern Section’s cut-throat single-elimination playoffs, Tyler Matzek (Colorado Rockies, 11th pick) and his teammates were simply too tough, zipping past three teams into the top spot here. Chatsworth also proved itself to be the best in the L.A. City but unlike basketball, the City is not nearly as deep as the Southern Section. The South ruled in this division where No. 5 Serra (San Mateo) was as high on the ratings as the North would get. Clearly, this division is dominant as three-quarters of the state’s Top 40 teams dwell here.

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