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Times Baseball And Softball Rankings / Top 10

May 11, 2000

BASEBALL

1. WEST TORRANCE: 26-1

* Warriors rebounded with three wins after loss to Mira Costa.

2. CHATSWORTH: 22-1-1

* Defending City champion Chancellors favored to repeat.

3. VILLA PARK: 22-2

* Spartans drop a spot after splitting two games last week.

4. WESTLAKE: 21-3

* Junior Tyler Adamczyk will be a top pro prospect next year.

5. ENCINO CRESPI: 22-3-1

* Celts powering their way up rankings with the long ball.

6. ARCADIA: 19-4

* Ed Cleland struck out 12 as Apaches beat Crescenta Valley.

7. TEMECULA VALLEY: 20-4

* Golden Bears have enough talent to win Division I.

8. LA PUENTE BISHOP AMAT: 21-2

* Lancers looking to finish Del Rey League play with flourish.

9. LAKEWOOD: 23-5

* Moore League finale today against Long Beach Wilson.

10. NEWHALL HART: 20-5

* Top-ranked team in Division II lost to Burroughs Tuesday.

Others receiving consideration: Corona Centennial, Bell Gardens, Diamond Bar.

SOFTBALL

1. SANTA ANA MATER DEI: 27-1

* Monarchs avenged lone loss with victory over Fullerton Rosary.

2. MORENO VALLEY VALLEY VIEW: 22-2

* Loss of four starters from last year has not slowed Eagles.

3. SANTA ANA FOOTHILL: 26-2

* Pitcher Liz Bendig fueling Knights' championship hopes.

4. CRESCENTA VALLEY: 24-1

* Meredith Cervenka makes Falcons contender for Division II title.

5. CERRITOS: 24-2

* Dons lost to Simi Valley in Thousand Oaks tournament final.

6. LOS ALAMITOS: 17-7

* Kristin Farber led Griffins into first place in Sunset League.

7. THOUSAND OAKS: 19-5-1

* Lancers lost to Simi Valley in tournament semifinal.

8. CORONA: 22-3

* Kristie DeVries struck out 16 against Norco, 15 against Centennial.

9. FULLERTON ROSARY : 18-6

* Royals lost Serra League game against Mater Dei.

10. FOUNTAIN VALLEY: 20-8

* Barons lost to Los Alamitos, 1-0, in Sunset League showdown.

Others receiving consideration: Marina, Harvard-Westlake, Simi Valley.

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