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Granite Hills Keeps Winning, Still Ranked No. 1 in County Baseball Poll

May 05, 1987

SAN DIEGO — Granite Hills High School extended its winning streak to 10 games with a victory last week and maintained the No. 1-ranking in The Times' San Diego County baseball poll. Granite Hills (16-3) leads Grossmont, Santana and El Capitan by 1 1/2 games in the Grossmont League.

Mt. Carmel, ranked No. 2, kept its one-game lead over Orange Glen in the Palomar League thanks to a 15-0 victory over Fallbrook, previously ranked sixth. Orange Glen is No. 3.

University of San Diego High is this week's highest ranked section 2-A team with a 15-4 record. USDHS is tied for first place in the City Western League with Clairemont, one game ahead of defending 2-A champion Mission Bay.

The poll:

Pos. Team (League) W-L

1. Granite Hills (Grossmont) 16-3

2. Mt. Carmel (Palomar) 17-3

3. Orange Glen (Palomar) 16-5

4. Grossmont (Grossmont) 14-5

5. USDHS (City Western) 15-4

6. Chula Vista (Metro-Mesa) 12-5

7. Santana (Grossmont) 12-6

8. San Diego (City Central) 14-5-1

9. Patrick Henry (City Eastern) 11-5-1

10. Mission Bay (City Western) 13-6

Best of the rest: Coronado 13-5, Fallbrook 14-6, Clairemont 10-8-1, Madison 12-7, Point Loma 11-6, El Capitan 11-7, San Marcos 10-9, Carlsbad 10-8, Christian 12-6, Castle Park 14-6.

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