NEW State TOP 25 Softball Rankings

After earning their spot in their second straight CIF Southern Section D1 championship game, players from Roosevelt of Eastvale had a lot to be proud of. Photo: Twitter.com.


The CIF Southern Section playoffs were conducted with three rounds in five days last week and have already reached the championship stage while other CIF sections have yet to even begin. This all helped to create lots of changes in this week’s rankings as St. Francis (MV) moves up to No. 1 with Clovis North back up to No. 2. Previous No. 1 Oaks Christian lost in the CIFSS D1 semis as Roosevelt (Eastvale) and Los Alamitos have made it to the final. Oaks could still keep playing in the regionals, but there are major questions about which players and teams may be opting out due to travel ball commitments.

Note: This is a post for Gold Club members only on Cal-Hi Sports. Updated State Top 25 rankings for the rest of the 2022 season and State Stat Stars of the Week features also are for Gold Club only. State records for softball that can’t be seen can’t be seen anywhere else also are slated to be added to our archives in the next weeks. No one has to be Gold Club to ask a question and have it answered, however. Email markjtennis@gmail.com. You can now join the Gold Club for one-month rate of just $3.99. For subscription info, CLICK HERE.

(After games of Saturday, May 14)
(Previous ranking in parentheses)
(Thanks to Northern California correspondent Daniel Poulter for providing writeups of many of these teams.)

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