High school softball: Bay Area News Group Top 20


No. 1 Amador Valley (17-3-1)
Previous ranking: 1
Beat Livermore 7-0, Granada 11-0

No. 2 Carlmont (21-1)
Previous ranking: 3
Beat HMB 6-2, Aragon 9-2

No. 3 Freedom (17-1)
Previous ranking: 2
Beat Liberty 7-2. Lost to Heritage 7-0

No. 4 Foothill (19-3)
Previous ranking: 4
Beat Dublin 6-1, California 6-5

No. 5 St. Ignatius (16-4)
Previous ranking: 8
Beat St. Francis 6-1, VC 2-0

No. 6 St. Francis (20-5)
Previous ranking: 5
Lost to SI 6-1. Beat San Mateo 4-1, Presentation 10-4

No. 7 Archbishop Mitty (16-6)
Previous ranking: 6
Beat SHC 14-2, Monta Vista 13-0

No. 8 Valley Christian-San Jose (17-6)
Previous ranking: 7
Lost to St. Ignatius 2-0. Beat Scotts Valley 16-1

No. 9 Hillsdale (19-5)
Previous ranking: 9
Beat Woodside 9-3, Aragon 3-2

No. 10 Heritage (12-3)
Preview ranking: 16
Beat Antioch 10-0, Freedom 7-0

No. 11 California (17-5)
Previous ranking: 10
Beat Dougherty Valley 8-0. Lost to Foothill 6-5

No. 12 Carondelet (14-6)
Previous ranking: 13
Beat Monte Vista 4-3 (8), Granada 3-1, SRV 11-1

No. 13 Antioch (17-3)
Previous ranking: 12
Lost to Heritage 10-0. Beat Deer Valley 19-3, Swett 6-1, Granada 8-1.

No. 14 James Logan (14-4)
Previous ranking: 11
Beat Mission San Jose 13-1. Lost to American 2-1

No. 15 Castro Valley (14-7)
Previous ranking: 15
Beat Berkeley 6-5 (9), San Leandro 4-1

No. 16 Livermore (13-10)
Previous ranking: 14
Lost to Monte Vista 7-1, Amador Valley 7-0, Dublin 3-1

No. 17 Concord (13-5)
Previous rankling:20
Beat College Park 6-4. Lost to San Marin 4-1. Beat Northgate 10-3, Petaluma 11-7

No. 18 Oak Grove (13-6)
Previous ranking: Not ranked
Beat Santa Teresa 10-4, Santa Clara 4-1, Pioneer 3-1.

No. 19 Santa Clara (16-7)
Previous ranking: 17
Lost to Wilcox 3-2, Oak Grove 4-1. Beat Los Gatos 4-1

No. 20 Half Moon Bay (13-8)
Previous ranking: 18
Lost to Burlingame 7-3. Beat Mountain View 12-5.

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Teams eligible for these rankings come from leagues based predominantly in Alameda, Contra Costa, Santa Clara and San Mateo counties.

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Source:: The Mercury News – Sports

      

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