Browsing All posts tagged under »Mission Viejo«

New Softball State Top 20

April 29, 2013 by

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The best teams seem to be settling in for the playoffs. Still running in the first five slots are Mission Viejo, Mater Dei, Pacifica, Archbishop Mitty and Yorba Linda. Just a slight bump for Santiago of Corona after win over Norco.

Softball State Rankings By Divisions

April 25, 2013 by

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CIF Southern Section teams Mater Dei (D1), Mission Viejo (D2) and Burbank (D3) are joined as top-ranked teams in the state this week by Wheatland (D4) of the CIF Northern Section and unbeaten Redwood Christian (D5) of the CIF North Coast Section.

New Softball State Top 20

April 23, 2013 by

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California of San Ramon surges up to No. 17 as state’s lone newcomer this week. Unbeaten Archbishop Mitty also gets a bump into the top five. The rest of the top group, however, is dominated by Orange County.

New Softball State Top 20

April 16, 2013 by

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With James Logan loss, all of Northern California takes a hit this week. Orange County teams also are now sitting in four of the top five positions. This week’s highest newcomer, meanwhile, is Moorpark.

New Softball State Top 20

April 9, 2013 by

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What to do with Carew tournament finalists Pacifica and Yorba Linda? We finally make the move of the duo to No. 9 and No. 10. Also going in as newcomers this week are Lakewood and Soquel.

New State Softball Top 20

April 2, 2013 by

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No. 1 Amador Valley heads into Carew Classic with six shutouts in seven games. No. 5 Norco also is in that event. With Amador gone, Livermore Stampede will still go on with top field, led by No. 6 Mitty.

Final Cal-Hi Sports Boys BB Top 40

March 28, 2013 by

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Teams getting a bump for the final, expanded rankings of the 2012-13 season include St. John Bosco, Pleasant Grove and El Camino Real. Here you’ll also see in-depth analysis on state-ranked teams you just can’t find anywhere else.

New State Softball Top 20

March 26, 2013 by

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With huge tourneys right around the corner, there are few changes in this week’s rankings. Vintage of Napa stays among elite after winning eight games in four days. Preseason No. 1 Pacifica, meanwhile, falls out after Monday loss.