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The Times' high school baseball rankings

The Times' high school baseball rankings
Harvard-Westlak's Sam Hliboki pitches during a game against Notre Dame on April 17. (Glenn Koenig / Los Angeles Times)

A look at the top teams in the Southland:

1. ARCADIA (21-0); 21 straight wins gets you No. 1 ranking anywhere; 1

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2. HARVARD-WESTLAKE (20-3); Wolverines quietly clinched Mission League title; 3

3. ORANGE LUTHERAN (17-6); Sophomore P Christian Rodriguez is star in the making; 4

4. HUNTINGTON BEACH (22-4); Play Los Alamitos this week; 1

5. LA MIRADA (21-3-1); Beware of sophomore pitchers Jared Jones, Emilio Morales; 7

6. EL TORO (18-5-1); Back in first place in South Coast League; 8

7. MIRA COSTA (23-2); Showdown with Redondo next week; 9

8. BECKMAN (18-3-1); Three McLain brothers keep delivering; 11

9. PALM DESERT (19-4); Junior Jordan Sprinkle has 35 hits; 13

10. SOUTH HILLS (18-6); Holding down first place in Palomares League; 15

11. SAN DIMAS (22-3); Not far behind Arcadia in Division 3; 14

12. YUCAIPA (20-4); Vinny Alvarez threw one-hit shutout last week; 21

13. ST. JOHN BOSCO (13-8); Tied for second in Trinity League; NR

14. SERVITE (15-9); Three-game series with St. John Bosco; 10

15. CORONA (18-7); Showdown for first place vs. King; 20

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16. ALEMANY (14-10); Has won 10 of its last 11 games; NR

17. TEMECULA VALLEY (21-3); Face Vista Murrieta; 16

18. CAPISTRANO VALLEY (17-8); Second place in South Coast League; 12

19. EL MODENA (15-6-1); Swept Esperanza; NR

20. CAMARILLO (19-4); Showdown with Moorpark this week; 19

21. JSERRA (14-9); Playoff berth on the line vs. Santa Margarita; 5

22. SOUTH TORRANCE (20-4); Junior catcher Carey Arbolida has 32 hits; NR

23. HART (15-11); Indians lead Foothill League with four to play; 22

24. MISSION VIEJO (18-8); Swept Capistrano Valley this past week; NR

25. CYPRESS (18-7-1); Pitcher Josh Landry keeps throwing shutouts; NR

Follow Eric Sondheimer on Twitter @LATSondheimer

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