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Dan Arritt's Baseball Rankings And Comments

March 28, 2004

Through Saturday's games

*--* Rk School (Record, Div.) Comments (last ranking) 1 MARINA (9-1, SS-Div. I) Brandon Parillo contributes with his bat and arm in victories last week. (2) 2 CRESPI (9-1, SS-Div. III) Celts run out of luck in first game of doubleheader vs. Mayfair. (1) 3 ANAHEIM CANYON (8-2, SS-Div. II) Villa Park set to make a house call Friday. (3) 4 CHATSWORTH (11-0, City) Six victories have come by three runs or fewer. (4) 5 VILLA PARK (7-1, SS-Div. II) Mark Trumbo homered in both victories last week. (5) 6 VALENCIA (5-3, SS-Div. II) Averaging just over 10 runs a game since 0-3 start. (9) 7 SANTA MARGARITA (6-4, SS-Div. I) David Huffman's grand slam keys 7-4 win over Servite. (6) 8 FOOTHILL (8-2, SS-Div. II) Blister sidelined Phil Hughes; Knights lose to Aliso Niguel. (7) 9 MATER DEI (8-4, SS-Div. I) Steve Castillo's two-run double in the ninth beats Bishop Amat. (8) 10 LAKEWOOD (9-3, SS-Div. I) Posted fifth shutout Friday, giving up one run in last four games. (13) 11 CAPISTRANO VALLEY (8-2-1, SS-Div. I) Broken hand sidelines middle infielder Bryan Donoho. (10) 12 SIMI VALLEY (9-1, SS-Div. II) Agoura takes care of Marmonte League's last unbeaten team. (11) 13 WESTM. LA QUINTA (10-0-1, SS-Div. IV) Aztecs run their unbeaten streak to 25 with victories over Pacifica. (14) 14 MISSION VIEJO (6-4, SS-Div. I) Diablos score three in bottom of seventh to defeat Dana Hills. (15) 15 SAN CLEMENTE (9-2, SS-Div. I) After loss to Mission Viejo, bats come alive vs. Capistrano Valley. (17) 16 SERVITE (4-3, SS-Div. I) Routed Westminster, bats failed vs. Santa Margarita, St. John Bosco. (12) 17 CORONA (9-1, SS-Div. II) Steve Allen drives in seven with two homers vs. Corona Centennial. (20) 18 THOUSAND OAKS (8-2, SS-Div. II) Has won three in a row, which isn't so easy in the Marmonte League. (NR) 19 ROYAL (6-3, SS-Div. II) Playing as well as any team in the Marmonte League. (NR) 20 CANYON SPRINGS (8-2, SS-Div. I) Joe Spiers one game from tying state record for longest hitting streak. (NR) 21 EL CAMINO REAL (6-5, City) Lost both games to Chatsworth by a total of three runs. (18) 22 ARLINGTON (6-3, SS-Div. I) Blew 5-0 lead in 13-9 loss to Canyon Springs. (16) 23 CLAREMONT (9-0, SS-Div. I) Pitching staff limiting opponents to just under two runs a game. (NR) 24 LONG BEACH WILSON (8-2-1, SS-Div. I) Bruins will get another test Monday at Servite. (NR) 25 RIVERSIDE POLY (8-1, SS-Div. I) Split doubleheader with Mater Dei. (25)

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