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Trish18 Active.com Staff 457 posts since
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Apr 23, 2008 10:06 AM

California: Top 15 teams as of 4/23

Some teams got shifted around in the past week. What do you think of these rankings?

 

1      Sutter      

2      Monta Vista      

3      Escondido      

4      Kerman      

5      Paso Robles      

6      Bear River      

7      North      

8      Leigh      

9      Rodriguez      

10      Garces Memorial      

11      Marshall (John) Senior      

12      Madera      

13      Kennedy (John F.)      

14      Gilroy      

15      El Camino Real Senior






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    1. May 13, 2008 3:15 PM (in response to Trish18)
    Re: California: Top 15 teams as of 4/23

     

    Why do you have Bear River ranked 6th, when they have been

     

     

    beaten twice by Oak Ridge, a team currently ranked @ 142?

     

     

    Scores were 9-2 and 5-2.  The Sacramento Bee has the following

     

     

    rankings for the local teams (posted May 12th) which are more realistic:

     

     

    (although Oak Ridge has also defeated the team immediately ahead of

     

     

    it in the rankings also, 3-2 in the NorCal Classic).

     

    The Bee's Top 20 prep softball poll

    Last Updated 5:33 am PDT Tuesday, May 13, 2008

    Story appeared in SPORTS section, Page C6


    1. Sheldon 25-1
    2. Franklin 22-3
    3. Elk Grove 23-2
    4. Napa 23-4
    5. Fairfield 21-6
    6. Rio Linda 26-1
    7. Woodcreek 21-7
    8. Pleasant Grove 17-7
    9. St. Francis 19-9
    10. Oak Ridge 20-6-1
    11. Rocklin 21-5
    12. Pioneer 22-4
    13. Bear River 25-2
    14. Roseville 17-9
    15. McClatchy 22-4-1
    16. Del Campo 17-8
    17. Galt 19-8
    18. Woodland 20-7
    19. Rosemont 16-11
    20. Whitney 17-11


    – Quwan Spears

     

    Bear River also narrowly escaped defeat by Whitney late in the season

     

     

    (3-2 with Whitney runner on 3rd, and an out made at the outfield fence to win)

     

     

    And they squeeked by Colfax 6-5 who is 4th place in their league.

     

     

    http://www.maxpreps.com/FanPages/Group.mxp/AreaID-d663c9bc-2efc-42a4-b1f5-f51200644ccc/LeagueID-54c8e4b7-08c0-4a18-8b2e-376271d0949a/Girls_Varsity_Softball_Spring_07-08/California

     

     

    Guess Bear River has some good publicists...

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • jbrowshsptv Expert 34 posts since
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    2. May 19, 2008 11:30 AM (in response to Trish18)
    Re: California: Top 15 teams as of 4/23

    Sheldon is head and shoulders above any team in California. There is no doubt they are number 1.

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    3. May 21, 2008 8:27 AM (in response to jbrowshsptv)
    Re: California: Top 15 teams as of 4/23

     

    It's good to be proud of your team, but let's be realistic......... you might want to read the following article.......

     

     

     

     

    Crump hurls Elk Grove past Sheldon

    The Herd's senior pitcher defeats the nation's top team.

    By Quwan Spears - qspears@sacbee.com

     

    Published 12:30 am PDT Wednesday, May 21, 2008

    Story appeared in SPORTS section, Page C6

     

     

    It was more than business for Allie Crump. It was personal. As result, Elk Grove High School's standout senior earned sweet revenge against Sheldon, ranked No. 1 in the nation by USA Today, with the Herd's 4-3 victory in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division I playoffs at the Sacramento Softball Complex on Tuesday.

     


    Crump struck out 10, allowed three hits and ended the Huskies' quest for a mythical national championship.


    Moreover, she made up for a 3-0 loss to Sheldon in last season's D-I section final. In that game, she surrendered a three-run walkoff home run to the Huskies' Jolene Henderson in the ninth inning.




    Elk Grove (26-2) will play Fairfield in a winners' bracket semifinal game today at 5 p.m.


    Sheldon (28-2) beat Grace Davis of Modesto 10-0 in a losers' bracket game late Tuesday and advanced to today's elimination match against Napa at 5 p.m.


    Crump held Sheldon without a hit after the second inning, and the Herd became the second team this season to pound Henderson, the Huskies' ace and 2007 All-Metro Player of the Year, for seven hits.


    "They played us smart by going to their short game," Sheldon coach Mary Jo Truesdale said. "Moreover, they hit Jolene well."


    The Herd grabbed a 2-0 lead in the first on a two-run double by Shelby Wisdom. The Huskies bounced back with three in the second, including a two-run single by Kristen Gray. Alex Basquez, however, helped the Herd take the lead for good with a two-run single in the fourth.


    Crump, though, was the story of the game. She shut down a Sheldon team that needed to go undefeated in the tournament to win the national title.


    "That kid (Crump) had something to prove," Herd coach Jeff Alexander said. "That's why she is a **** of a competitor."

     

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    4. May 24, 2008 1:47 PM (in response to Guest )
    Re: California: Top 15 teams as of 4/23

    Y'all may want to come down south to play some real softball. Maybe play a few games in North San Diego, Orange, or Riverside County.

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    5. May 25, 2008 11:05 PM (in response to Guest )
    Re: California: Top 15 teams as of 4/23

     

    We have, and we still do.  Grew up in So OC.  Now we come south for the showcases.

     

     

    And since that's over, what does that have to do with the schools we were talking about?

     

     

     

     

     

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