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June 26, 2004|MARTIN HENDERSON

MARTIN HENDERSON'S FINAL SOFTBALL RANKINGS AND COMMENTS:

*--* Rk School (Rec., Div.) Comment 1 G.G. PACIFICA (31-2, SS-Div. III) Brittany Weil, Crystal Vieyra delivered second straight title. 2 COR. SANTIAGO (28-3, SS-Div. II) Taryne Mowatt's crowning glory, a Division II title. 3 RIV. POLY (26-5, SS-Div. I) Lindsey Ubrun's two playoff hits won semifinal, final. 4 CORONA (23-9, SS-Div. II) With seven starters returning, could be next year's No. 1. 5 NORCO (25-5, SS-Div. II) Dominated until stumble in semifinals against Corona. 6 MATER DEI (26-5-2, SS-Div. I) Wants to know when is a dead-ball signal not a dead-ball signal? 7 SAN PEDRO (28-3, City) City champion lost only once with Ashley Esparza pitching. 8 LOS ALAMITOS (22-9-2, SS-Div. I) Runner-up lost three straight before good playoff draw. 9 CAMARILLO (23-8, SS-Div. I) Scorpion freshman Lindsey Dean could be next big thing. 10 ROSARY (23-9, SS-Div. I) Beat Mater Dei twice, couldn't beat Camarillo in playoffs. 11 RIGHETTI (25-8, SS-Div. II) Beat Canyon and took Corona to 15 innings before losing. 12 ANA. CANYON (22-8, SS-Div. II) Looked to be its year, but comeback fell short. 13 EL MODENA (22-11, SS-Div. II) Had one of the most impressive runs to semifinals. 14 DIAMOND BAR (24-5, SS-Div. II) Had two 6-0 victories before disappointing quarterfinal. 15 SAUGUS (22-6, SS-Div. I) Hot streak was cooled by Riverside Poly's Mindy Cowles. 16 VALENCIA (22-8, SS-Div. I) Last chance for pitcher Christina Ross ended after two rounds. 17 THOU. OAKS (23-6, SS-Div. I) Rotten luck last week of season didn't improve in playoffs. 18 OAKS CHRISTIAN (34-1, SS-Div. IV) Struggled in playoffs but delivered second consecutive title. 19 CARSON (28-9, City) Lost to San Pedro in title game for fifth straight year. 20 ROYAL (21-8, SS-Div. I) Took Mater Dei to extra innings in the quarterfinals. 21 DON LUGO (23-4, SS-Div. II) Went 6-4 against teams that had been ranked in Southland. 22 CYN. SPRINGS (22-6, SS-Div. I) Four losses were to the Division I or II finalists. 23 LA MIRADA (28-5, SS-Div. III) Will talk about Pacifica's "fair" ball 20 years from now. 24 LAGUNA HILLS (23-7, SS-Div. I) Season crumbled in 10-inning, first-round loss to Loara. 25 DOS PUEBLOS (27-2-1, SS-Div. IV) Gave up one run in final nine games but lost in quarterfinals.

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