Monday, April 7, 2008

Little Change In The Polls

1. Owasso High School-Oklahoma 15-0 (1)
Owasso continues its streak by beating Ponca City, Metro Christian, Memorial, Jenks, Claremore. They are a machine at 15-0 and are proving that they are deserving of their #1 status.

2. Crespi Carmelite College Prep – 12-3 California (2)
Since winning the Anderson Bat National Classic, they beat Chaminade of West Hills twice to improve to 12-3.

3. Bishop Gorman HS - Nevada – 22-1 (3)
The Gaels crushed Hometown rival Spring Valley, then had their way with Southridge of Miami, American Fork of Utah, Calvary Chapel Christian and then dispensed of Gulliver Prep of Coral Gables, FL to win the Calvary Tournament.

4. Orange Lutheran – California 12-2 (4)
Since losing to Crespi in the Anderson Bat Classic, Orange had two tough match-ups in Mater Dei and St. John Bosco and came through with 6-1 and 6-5 wins respectively. Impressive wins considering the tough week of national competition they had the week prior.

5. American Heritage - Florida – 18-2 (5)
They beat Wellington and Clearwater and remain at number 5.

6. Lake Brantley HS, Florida 17-0 (6)
Two more wins against Belen Jesuit and Astronaut keep LB at the #6 spot.

7. Plant High School – Florida - 17-1 (8)
With a win versus Alonso the Panthers move up one spot.

8. Don Bosco Prep - New Jersey – 3-0 (10)
They win three. In one of the games, Don Bosco Prep beat St. Joe's of Montvale (NJ) 12-0. Brendan Loban (St. John's Univ.) took the loss vs. Mike Dennhardt (Boston College) getting the win. In the other, DBP routed Bergen Catholic (N.J.) 10-0. Eric Pfisterer (Duke Univ.) went the whole way with a No-Hitter. They have scored 30runs in 3 games this year and allowed only 3.

9. Sarasota - Florida – 11-2 (13)
They have big wins versus Chiles, Collier, University and Charlotte and move up to our Top 10, and may stay there based on the way they are playing as of late.

10.Grossmont HS - California - 13-3 (7)
They lose one against Valhalla and win two versus Monte Vista and Mount Miguel. They drop a bit, but stay in the Top 10.

11. Poway – California – 13-3 (12)
They rack up big wins against San Dieguito Academy and San Marcos to move up a spot.

12. Long Beach Wilson - California – 13-3 (14)
They are playing like champions with huge wins over Long Beach Poly and Cabrillo and move up two.

13. Jupiter - Florida - 17-3 (9)
After a tough Anderson Bat tourney, they come home and lose to Royal Palm Beach 7-5. They drop a bit, but we still have confidence in the Warriors.

14. Alvin HS - Texas – 20-3 (15)
Brazoswood HS was no match for the Yellowjackets and Alvin continues to impress RT pollsters.

15. St. Johns College HS - Washington DC 8-2 (16)
The Cadets rebound from their California Adventure and defeat Ryken and O’Connell to improve to 8-2. A big match-up against DeMatha was postponed due to weather.

16. Aptos HS - California – 15-3 (17)
They too rebound from a tough ending to a good Anderson Bat tourney with wins over a tough Los Gatos team and a not so tough St. Francis of Watsonville squad.

17. Vista Murrietta - California – 12-4 (18)
Temecula Valley and Great Oak were no contest for the mighty Bronocs this week as they move up one spot to 17.

18. Barbe - Louisiana – 18-4 (19)
They outscore their opponents 30-15 en route to 3 wins last week versus More HS, Comeaux and Acadania and move up one spot.

19. Pleasure Ridge - Kentucky - DNP (11)
Their web site still is still listing that their scores from games from last May, their weather stinks and their team still hasn’t played a game evidently. If they have, we assume they don’t care much about it, or it would have been posted on their web site. They drop due to a complacent attitude.

20. Moody High School – 20-2 (NR)
They were 2007 4A state Champs and are on a roll with a 20-2 record this year. Welcome to the poll, Trojans.


Anonymous said...

RT Pollsters that review the Greater Houston area are overlooking several Teams that should rank higher than Alvin - now that Alvin has lost (2) games in their own District.

Anonymous said...

I agree. Atascocita is ranked No. 1 in the state and in Houston.