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PREP EXTRA | TIMES RANKINGS: TOP 10

Baseball

May 13, 1999

1. ANAHEIM SERVITE: 21-2

* Friars beat Mater Dei before 1,100 in nonleague game.

2. CRESCENTA VALLEY: 19-3

* Roy Spaulding batting .425 for the Falcons.

3. RIVERSIDE ARLINGTON: 22-2

* Lions even stronger with return of shortstop Anthony Lunetta.

4. CHATSWORTH: 20-3

* Matt Cassel homered twice against rival El Camino Real.

5. LONG BEACH WILSON: 20-4

* Bruins eyeing Southern Section title after clinching Moore League.

6. SANTA ANA MATER DEI: 17-5

* Pat Manning batting .516 with 10 homers for Monarchs.

7. WESTMINSTER LA QUINTA: 23-1

* Aztecs remain atop the Southern Section Division IV rankings.

8. WEST COVINA SOUTH HILLS: 20-2-1

* Huskies looking for more after wrapping up Valle Vista League title.

9. PLACENTIA EL DORADO: 19-5

* Golden Hawks readying for playoffs after winning Empire League.

10. SANTA ANA CALVARY CHAPEL: 21-1

* Chad Sterbens batting .515 with 30 stolen bases.

Others receiving consideration: Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, La Verne Damien, Yucaipa.

SOFTBALL

1. SANTA ANA FOOTHILL: 25-3

* Jaime Clark has driven in 31 runs for the Knights.

2. QUARTZ HILL: 22-1

* Olaya Salazar hit grand slam and three-run homer against Palmdale.

3. SANTA ANA MATER DEI: 23-3

* Tia Bollinger 12-2 with 0.30 earned-run average for Monarchs.

4. RANCHO CUCAMONGA: 22-2

* Gina Oaks pitched no-hitter and struck out 17 against Alta Loma.

5. DIAMOND BAR: 23-2

* Brahmas have pitching depth and defense to go far in playoffs.

6. MORENO VALLEY VALLEY VIEW: 22-1

* Keira Goerl gives Eagles one of state's top pitchers.

7. WEST HILLS CHAMINADE: 17-6-1

* Maureen LeCocq beat Mater Dei, 1-0, in Thousand Oaks tournament.

8. GARDEN GROVE PACIFICA: 18-7

* Mariners began week 10-0 in Garden Grove League.

9. IRVINE WOODBRIDGE: 19-9

* Warriors won 17th consecutive league championship.

10. WEST COVINA SOUTH HILLS: 18-3

* Huskies earning respect with pitching and hustle.

Others receiving consideration: St. Paul, Camarillo, Boron.

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