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June 22, 2003|MARTIN HENDERSON

FINAL SOFTBALL RANKINGS AND COMMENTS

*--* Rk School (Record) Comment 1 G.G. PACIFICA (31-2, SS-Div. III) Injured Jamie Waldecker's gritty effort keyed nine-run inning for title 2 WOODBRIDGE (27-8, SS-Div. I) Freshman Krista Seeman's 10th-inning RBI provided championship 3 CORONA SANTIAGO (25-4, SS-Div. II) Scored twice in three playoff games, even Taryne Mowatt needs more 4 FOOTHILL (20-13, SS-Div. I) Redeemed after 6-11 start, only losses in final 16 games to Woodbridge 5 NORCO (23-8, SS-Div. II) Defeated five league champions to win title behind Daniela Urincho 6 MATER DEI (25-5, SS-Div. I) No. 1 seed's 7-0 loss to Foothill was playoffs most stunning score 7 ROSARY (24-7, SS-Div. I) Wild pitch on intentional walk was downfall in semifinals vs. Woodbridge 8 CALIFORNIA (27-6, SS-Div. II) Sixth-inning rally fell short against Norco in championship game 9 EL MODENA (26-5, SS-Div. II) After consecutive appearances in finals, preseason No. 1 lost in quarters 10 SIMI VALLEY (19-7, SS-Div. I) Cinderella-like season came undone in second round vs. Los Alamitos 11 ROYAL (22-6, SS-Div. I) Program reached uncharted territory with quarterfinal appearance 12 SAN PEDRO (30-1, City) Pirates won fourth consecutive championship behind Ashley Esparza 13 ANAHEIM CANYON (25-9, SS-Div. II) Won 19 of last 21 games before falling in semifinals to Norco's Urincho 14 DIAMOND BAR (21-8, SS-Div. II) Knocked off Santiago, and has every starter coming back next season 15 H.H. WILSON (25-4, SS-Div. III) Jamee Juarez era ends in semifinals with 2-1 loss to La Mirada 16 CAMARILLO (24-7, SS-Div. I) Scored six runs in semifinals against Foothill -- and lost 17 VALENCIA (27-4, SS-Div. I) Second-round loss signals another disappointing playoff performance 18 DON LUGO (26-2, SS-Div. II) Conquistadores had lofty record, but faced only two league champions 19 HART (21-9, SS-Div. I) Indians ousted in second-round showdown by Camarillo, 5-0 20 NEWBURY PARK (15-9-1, SS-Div. I) The problem with the Marmonte League? Only three teams make playoffs 21 RIVERSIDE POLY (21-7, SS-Div. I) Gave Foothill its most competitive playoff game until title round 22 LA MIRADA (26-6, SS-Div. III) Only six outs from winning title, nine-run inning spelled defeat 23 LOS ALAMITOS (23-11, SS-Div. I) By season's end, had wins over Woodbridge, Mater Dei, Simi Valley 24 VILLAGE CHRISTIAN (23-5, SS-Div. V) Small-school champion will return eight of 10 starters next season 25 LAKEWOOD (20-8, SS-Div. I) Moore League champion defeated second-seeded Valencia in second round

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