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Mike Bresnahan's Baseball Rankings And Comments:

March 17, 2003

*--* Rk School (Rec.-Div.) Comment (Last week's rank) 1 WESTMIN. LA QUINTA (5-0, SS-Div. IV) New edict: Aztecs must play with seven players. (1) 2 CHATSWORTH (4-0, City) Lucky 7: Chancellors' 10 home runs from seven players. (2) 3 CAPISTRANO VALLEY (3-0, SS-Div. I) Cougars went 3-0 in Foothill tournament. (5) 4 MATER DEI (3-0, SS-Div. I) Tough schedule ahead: La Quinta, Riverside Poly, Bishop Amat. (9) 5 GLENDORA (3-0, SS-Div. I) Impolite hosts, the Tartans outscored teams, 39-2, in own tournament. (11) 6 PENINSULA (4-0, SS-Div. II) Acted like Don Corleone at Don Lugo tournament, crushing opposition. (15) 7 VALENCIA (4-1, SS-Div. II) La Quinta loss buffered by lifetime passes to nearby theme park. (10) 8 ANAHEIM CANYON (4-0, SS-Div. II) Settled for a field goal on final drive of 24-2 victory over Irvine. (16) 9 EL DORADO (4-0, SS-Div. II) What a week: Knocked Marina and Santa Margarita out of top 10. (22) 10 VILLA PARK (3-1, SS-Div. II) Spartans couldn't climb Cypress hill in 6-0 loss. (4) 11 SANTA MARGARITA (3-1, SS-Div. I) Eagles lose battle of the birds in 10-5 loss to El Dorado Golden Hawks. (6) 12 MARINA (3-1, SS-Div. I) If not for Daric Barton's bash, Marina might be 2-2. (7) 13 RIVERSIDE POLY (4-1, SS-Div. I) USC-bound left-hander Jo Jo Reyes can't pitch every game. (8) 14 BISHOP AMAT (3-0, SS-Div. I) Rankings chief starting to become a believer. (20) 15 RIV. ARLINGTON (3-0, SS-Div. I) Good thing Zech Zinicola's transfer to Cajon got nixed. (25) 16 CRESCENTA VALLEY (2-1, SS-Div. I) Falcons didn't realize Bishop Amat was No. 1 in nation last year. (14) 17 EL CAMINO REAL (4-0, City) Blake Gailen improved to 13-0 in last two seasons. (NR) 18 WEST TORRANCE (4-0, SS-Div. III) Dominated El Segundo tournament again. (NR) 19 ENCINO CRESPI (4-0, SS-Div. III) Trevor Plouffe and an opening-day victory -- a sure thing. (NR) 20 CYPRESS (3-1, SS-Div. III) Stunned Villa Park, but no such luck against Anaheim Canyon. (NR) 21 EISENHOWER (4-0, SS-Div. I) Baseball team comforts basketball fans recovering from playoff loss. (NR) 22 ETIWANDA (4-1, SS-Div. I) Formula for success: Two head coaches and shortstop named G-Rod. (NR) 23 ALEMANY (3-1, SS-Div. III) Sputtered against Calabasas, but Indians get one more chance. (23) 24 MISSION VIEJO (2-3, SS-Div. I) Lost to La Quinta and Riverside Poly by a combined three runs. (18) 25 CHARTER OAK (1-2, SS-Div. III) Chuckie Tiffany is injured, team hurts in losses to Glendora, Bishop Amat. (17)

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