High school baseball and softball rankings

LARGE SCHOOL BASEBALL

1. CASA GRANDE

Gauchos 8-0 in NBL; every win by one run.

2. ANALY

Tigers lead SCL by two games with five to play.

3. MARIA CARRILLO

Pumas’ pitching staff allows only two runs per game.

4. CARDINAL NEWMAN

Corey Hammell, NBL basketball player of the year, giving Cardinals’ pitching staff a boost.

5. SONOMA VALLEY

Team batting average is .313; Jonah Son hitting .471 and Dan Deely .435.

GAME OF THE WEEK

Ukiah (9-9) gets another shot at No. 1 Casa Grande (17-1) on Friday. When teams met April 3 in Petaluma, Gauchos won 2-1.

LARGE SCHOOL SOFTBALL

1. PETALUMA

Trojans (15-1) won three games last week by 10-0 scores.

2. MARIA CARRILLO

Behind Robin Johnson and a stingy defense, Pumas have allowed fewest runs (39) among NBL teams.

3. SANTA ROSA

After lopsided loss to Carrillo on April 11, Panthers have rebounded to win three straight.

4. RANCHO COTATE

Cougars highest scoring team in NBL averaging seven runs per game.

5. CASA GRANDE

Courtney Ludlow hits .583 and Lisa Nadell .481 for Gauchos.

GAME OF THE WEEK

No. 2 Maria Carrillo (11-5) visits No. 5 Casa Grande (10-6) today.

SMALL SCHOOL BASEBALL

1. ST. HELENA

Saints’ streak at seven after road wins at Willits and Cloverdale last week.

2. KELSEYVILLE

Knights pitchers have allowed only seven runs in six NCL I games.

3. ST. VINCENT

George Sammon, Dusty Oliver and Alex Neve all hitting above .430 for Mustangs.

4. SONOMA ACADEMY

Coyotes visit St. Vincent today with first place in NCL II on the line.

5. MIDDLETOWN

Highest scoring team in NCL I with 130 runs in 17 games

GAME OF THE WEEK

No. 1 St. Helena (12-5) hosts No. 2 Kelseyville (11-5) today.

SMALL SCHOOL SOFTBALL

1. CLOVERDALE

Freshman pitcher Teanne Edens has ERA of 1.89 for Eagles.

2. CLEAR LAKE

Cardinals spotted St. Vincent four runs last Saturday and rallied to win, 7-4.

3. ST. VINCENT

Mustangs sit atop NCL II stands with 4-0 record.

4. LOWER LAKE

Trojans 8-0 at home and 4-4 on road.

5. CALISTOGA

Wildcats’ offense averaging 11 runs per game.

GAME OF THE WEEK

No. 1 Cloverdale (14-2) travels to No. 2 Clear Lake (10-5) today.

— Howard Senzell
for The Press Democrat

 

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