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June 22, 2003|MIKE BRESNAHAN

FINAL BASEBALL RANKINGS AND COMMENTS

*--* Rk Team (Record) Comment 1 CHATSWORTH (33-1, City) Nation's No. 1 team good enough for us too 2 WSTMSTR. LA QUINTA (30-2, SS-Div IV) If only Aztecs hadn't had two-game tumble at National Classic 3 MARINA (24-7, SS-Div. I) Whew! Won five playoff games by a total of six runs 4 VALLEY VIEW (20-8, SS-Div. I) Will donate half of playoff earnings to Lakewood pepper players 5 ARLINGTON (24-6, SS-Div. I) One of four playoff teams that lost to Marina in extra innings 6 CAPISTRANO VALLEY (25-4, SS-Div. I) Used up its offense with 29 runs in first two playoff games 7 MATER DEI (23-6, SS-Div. I) Sound familiar? Lost to Marina in extra innings 8 MISSION VIEJO (19-8, SS-Div. I) Confused by spelling of Zech Zinicola's name, lost to Arlington in quarterfinals 9 SANTA MARGARITA (19-7, SS-Div. I) The high school equivalent of the Lakers, Eagles scoff at regular season 10 SERVITE (18-9, SS-Div. I) Still stewing about having to play Valley View instead of Lakewood 11 EDISON (24-5, SS-Div. I) Feel-good story of the season didn't feel so good at the end 12 CAMARILLO (23-4, SS-Div. I) Hey, at least Delmon Young had a profitable postseason 13 THOUSAND OAKS (25-6, SS-Div. II) Here's hoping it won't take another 41 years to win a title 14 ANAHEIM CANYON (25-6, SS-Div. II) Three-error inning appears, title hopes disappear 15 LAKEWOOD (24-8, SS-Div. I) As those annoying infield signs say: No pepper allowed 16 VALENCIA (23-7, SS-Div. II) Stranded 13 runners -- 13 runners! -- in semifinal loss to Thousand Oaks 17 VILLA PARK (22-9, SS-Div. II) Still haunted by Century League rivals in playoffs, lost to Canyon 18 EL DORADO (21-7, SS-Div. II) After solid regular season, won only one playoff game 19 GLENDORA (22-5, SS-Div. I) Looked a little viejo against Mission Viejo 20 CRESPI (27-6, SS-Div. III) Trevor Plouffe makes case as next year's top returning player 21 LOS ALAMITOS (19-9, SS-Div. I) Didn't lose to Marina in extra innings! Lost to Glendora, though 22 ARCADIA (21-6, SS-Div. I) Blah, blah, blah, lost to Marina in extra innings, blah, blah, blah 23 HARVARD-WESTLAKE (20-9, Div. III) Bad timing: Couldn't win title against Crespi team it swept in regular season 24 YUCAIPA (21-7, SS-Div. I) Nice symmetry: Started the season at No. 24, ended at No. 24 25 FOOTHILL (24-4, SS-Div. II) Paso Robles loss was bad, but hey, Phil Hughes is back next year

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