High school baseball and softball rankings

LARGE SCHOOL BOYS

1. CASA GRANDE

Gauchos just keep winning; streak now at 15 games.

2. ANALY

Tigers had won 10 in a row before losing to Drake in nonleague game last Wednesday.

3. MONTGOMERY

Vikings on a roll; now 6-1 in NBL. Mitchell West (.436) and Jared Lablue (.362) leading the offense.

4. MARIA CARRILLO

This is a key week for Pumas with games against Newman and Casa Grande.

5. SONOMA VALLEY

In last three games, Dragons beat Healdsburg, Elsie Allen and El Mollino by identical 10-0 scores.

GAME OF THE WEEK

Top two teams in NBL standings, Casa Grande and Montgomery, meet Wednesday in Petaluma.

LARGE SCHOOL GIRLS

1. PETALUMA

Pitching, led by Dana Thomsen, has allowed only 18 runs through 14 games.

2. MARIA CARRILLO

Mikaela Francis and Rochelle Schulze went deep in surprisingly easy win over Santa Rosa last Thursday.

3. WINDSOR

Pitching a strong suit with Kaleo Pearl (2.28 ERA), Melany Duty (2.88) and Rachelle Butulia (1.63).

4. ANALY

Tigers had been averaging nine runs per game before being shutout by Petaluma.

5. SANTA ROSA

On Tuesday, Panthers beat Rancho Cotate for first time in at least 10 years.

GAME OF THE WEEK

The winner of today’s game between No. 2 Analy and visiting No. 1 Petaluma will sit atop SCL standings.

SMALL SCHOOL BOYS

1. ST. HELENA

Saints have won six straight since starting season with 5-5 record.

2. KELSEYVILLE

Pitching-rich Knights have three starters with ERAs below 3.00 — Jake Peters, Nic Vargas and Camillo Diaz.

3. ST. VINCENT

Pitchers didn’t allow a run in three of last four wins by Mustangs.

4. SONOMA ACADEMY

After starting year with four losses, Coyotes’ record is now 7-4.

5. MIDDLETOWN

Mustangs better on the road (6-1) than at home (3-3).

GAME OF THE WEEK

Tomales visits No. 4 Sonoma Academy today.

SMALL SCHOOL GIRLS

1. CLOVERDALE

Eagles have outscored opponents, 149-34, while amassing 13-2 record.

2. ST. VINCENT

Reigning NCS champs scored 41 runs last week while beating Upper Lake and Tomales.

3. CLEAR LAKE

Beginning the week, Cardinals were 3-1 in North Central League-I.

4. CALISTOGA

Wildcats began week averaging 12 runs per game.

5. LOWER LAKE

Trojans perfect 8-0 at home.

GAME OF THE WEEK

No. 4 Calistoga travels to No. 2 St. Vincent today.

— Howard Senzell,
for The Press Democrat

 

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