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The Times' Rankings

June 20, 2004|DAN ARRITT

DAN ARRITT'S FINAL BASEBALL RANKINGS AND COMMENTS:

*--* Rk School (Rec., Div.) Comment 1 CHATSWORTH (35-0, They'll need to order new record books. City) 2 VILLA PARK (26-3, Won National Classic title, then showed SS-Div. II) little. 3 ARLINGTON (21-10, Section champions entered playoffs on SS-Div. I) three-game slide. 4 CAPISTRANO VLY. Cougars lost to Arlington, 1-0, in a (22-7-1, SS-Div. semifinal. I) 5 CRESPI (27-5, Advanced to section playoff and National SS-Div. III) Classic finals. 6 SIMI VALLEY (27-7, Rode Dylan Gaughen all the way to division SS-Div. II) title. 7 LAKEWOOD (25-7, Deep pitching staff got stung in second SS-Div. I) round. 8 VALENCIA (20-8, Finished 6-7 outside of Foothill League play. SS-Div. II) 9 HUNT. BEACH Won Sunset League title and gave Arlington a (18-10, SS-Div. I) push. 10 FOOTHILL (23-5, Faltered down stretch, losing league title, SS-Div. II) playoff momentum. 11 W. TORRANCE Coach Harry Jenkins ended career with (22-10, SS-Div. 14-inning loss. II) 12 EL DORADO (22-10, Golden Hawks made hot run to section final. SS-Div. II) 13 ANA. CANYON (19-9, Preseason No. 1 never got consistent SS-Div. II) pitching. 14 MARINA (21-7, Vikings went 9-0 in tournament games. SS-Div. I) 15 COR. SANTIAGO Reached section semifinal with only one (23-6, SS-Div. II) starting senior. 16 W. LA QUINTA Questions about strength answered with (28-2-1, SS-Div. semifinal loss. IV) 17 L.B. WILSON Bruins end hibernation to reach section (23-10-1, SS-Div. final. I) 18 CYN. SPRINGS Rang up 29 runs in three games vs. Arlington. (20-10, SS-Div. I) 19 STA. MARGARITA Eagles never won more than four consecutive (17-11, SS-Div. I) games. 20 SAN PEDRO (31-4, Hopes for City title washed away by mistakes. City) 21 KATELLA (18-13, Sean Kalmen outdueled Trevor Plouffe for SS-Div. III) section title. 22 NORCO (22-7, Knocked off second-seeded Valencia in SS-Div. II) playoffs. 23 COR. DEL MAR Sidestepped seeded teams on way to section (25-5, SS-Div. IV) title. 24 BISHOP AMAT (18-9, Made playoffs on final day, then reached SS-Div. I) quarterfinals. 25 MISSION VIEJO Had 19 runs in first-round win, gave up 16 (19-9, SS-Div. I) four days later.

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